Reporting to the Controller and Budget Director, the Bursar is responsible for the overall operation and management of the student accounts function at Lorain County Community College. Areas of responsibility include regular student billing, College Credit Plus billing, collections, payment plans, third party contracts, bank reconciliation, disbursement of federal funds and 1098-T reporting. The Bursar will maintain records and reconcile and assist with reconciliations of various accounts related to student activity and will be responsible for day to day activities in compliance with local, state and federal regulations. The incumbent will assist in planning, organizing, staffing and evaluating all staff, functions, programs and services related to student accounts administered at LCCC. Additionally, a customer service focus is important as the individual handles inquiries from students, outside agencies, and the various members of the college community and works cooperatively and collaboratively with Financial Services and other student service areas.
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Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business Management with an emphasis in accounting; familiarity with computerized accounting systems; 3-5 years accounting experience; demonstrated experience using Microsoft Excel and Word, and strong communication and interpersonal skills are all required. Working knowledge of accounts receivables and collections, and experience analyzing and solving problems, evaluating situations, and making sound decisions.
Preferred Qualifications: Prior higher education experience in student accounts; CPA and/or master’s degree in accounting or related field; previous Bursar and supervisory experience; and/or experience with fund accounting and PeopleSoft computer knowledge are all preferred.
Additional Salary Information: The starting salary range is $63,387 - $71,311 commensurate with experience and supported by a comprehensive fringe benefits package.
Internal Number: 2000003B
About Lorain County Community College
For more than five decades, Lorain County Community College has been supporting the community by playing a vital role in preparing residents and local employers for the future. As an institution that was chartered in 1963 after an initiative led by the league of women voters, LCCC became the first community college in Ohio to establish a permanent campus. Remaining committed to the fact that “community” is literally our middle name, LCCC has fostered robust community partnerships in an effort to design academic programs and training options that align with employer needs – while simultaneously providing support services designed to meet students where they are and prepare them for success. The College provides the opportunity for students to complete; Bachelor’s degrees, Associate degrees, short-term certificates and workforce training. LCCC is proud to serve as a cornerstone for Lorain County.