The primary responsibility of the Financial Analyst, Department of Event Management, is to provide fiscal and administrative support for the Director of Finance and Administration, Event Management.
Specific tasks will be related to event invoicing and tracking of payments, banking responsibilities, event profitability analysis, accounts payable and receivable, event survey preparation and analysis.
The Financial Analyst will monitor and analyze complex data and produce financial reports for senior leadership. The Financial Analyst will help foster a collaborative and University focused environment in working with individuals and groups both inside and outside of the University. This position will work with multiple software systems to support event budget and forecast activities. The ability to work independently on complex assignments is necessary.
This is a 2-year limited term position.
Bachelor’s degree (4 years) 1 to 6 months experience in business, accounting, finance, or hospitality field.
Internal Number: S19132
About University of Notre Dame: Staff Recruiting
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