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Job Profile Name:
Treasury Analyst 2
Job Code: JP3_810821
Job Family Group:
FLSA Status: Exempt
Career Level: P3
CORE JOB SUMMARY
The Treasury Analyst 2 ("TA2") manages and monitors the University's daily corporate cash positioning and cash forecasting activities, is responsible for orchestrating all daily cash flows on an accurate and timely manner, ensures sufficient liquidity and executes all investment and EFT transactions. Furthermore, the TA2 prepares cash flow projections and monthly analysis reports as well as develops and presents recommendations to management to assist in the financial decision-making process.
DEPT SPECIFIC JOB FUNCTIONS
The monthly volume of total cash management transactions is $1 - 1.5 billion with approximately 200 urgent payments/month across 11 banks and 160 accounts. The Treasury Analyst 2 manages and monitors daily corporate cash positioning and cash forecasting activities. Including:
Managing daily cash positioning and reconciliation.
Processing wire transfers.
Updating cash forecast.
Performing monthly cash flow analysis and reporting.
Responding to daily banking customer service requests, deposit and payment inquiries related to proper application of funds, and account openings and closings.
Performing ad hoc entries into Workday related to same day working capital investments.
Processing working capital investments, withdrawals and transfer of funds.
Interacting with counterparts throughout the system relating to cash forecast for incoming and outgoing payments.
Participating in bank fee monitoring and fraud prevention efforts.
j. Participating in strategic analysis of future banking and finance related projects
k. Interacting with all aspects of the University community, including staff, department heads, senior management, and outside vendors and banking partners
Recommends and participates in decisions and actions involving University policy and procedures. Regularly exercises administrative judgment and assumes responsibility for analysis and recommendations that impact people, costs, and/or quality of service
Adheres to time sensitive deadlines related to processing over 200 highly critical payments a month such as Payroll, Urgent UHealth Vendor Payments and any other one-time wire payments
Serves as a key person as it relates to the University's dual approval and segregation of duties requirements for non-repetitive wire transfers as indicated by internal audit and industry best-in-class practices
This list of duties and responsibilities is not intended to be all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties or responsibilities as necessary.
Bachelor's degree in relevant field
Certification and Licensing:
Designation as a Certified Cash Manager or Certified Treasury Professional would be a plus
Minimum 5 years of relevant experience
Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes:
Knowledge of budget control methods, policies, and procedures.
Working familiarity with bank cash management systems
Ability to execute wire transactions on an accurate and timely manner
Candidate must have excellent oral and written communication skills, along with the ability to communicate and negotiate with a variety of internal and external constituencies
Proficiency with MS Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
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