A financial employee – a cashier and a creditor – is required to work as a financial resource manager in Saudi Arabia
Distributes cash/check payments to internal and external clients.
Processes the replenishment of the petty cash float on a timely and accurate basis.
Handling Graduate Programs and International Students Fees Collection.
Records transactions in the finance system.
Keeps safe custody of the petty cash float as well as cash collected by other business centers.
Processes direct payments in accordance with established policies and procedures.
Processes employee expense reimbursements, including follow up to ensure adherence with policies and procedures.
Records the transactions in a proper manner ensuring compliance with established procedures and guidelines and prepares Journal Vouchers at the end of each month.
Sorts, matches and files completed documents in an efficient manner.
Dispatches and tracks payment documents, including payment requisitions, bank letters, etc., to ensure that all transactions are duly completed.
Responsible for maintaining the vendor payment ledger.
Assist in staff advances clearance
Receives, reviews and forwards vendor invoices for appropriate processing.
Dispatches payments (cash/checks to internal clients), ensuring they are received and appropriately acknowledged.
Students & Research Assistants Payment processing:
Collates the time sheets, ensuring that they are properly authorized.
Processes the payment request in an accurate and timely manner.
Distributes the salary (in cash) to the students ensuring proper acknowledgement.
Processes periodic payments (e.g., monthly mobile telephone reimbursements) in a timely and accurate manner.
Manages the float for National Day float and all other university events
Assists with foreign payments when required.
Assists Finance Manager with Bank reconciliation for Zayed University bank accounts.
Collates and presents information when requested by superiors.
Responds to queries from internal and external clients in a timely manner.
A minimum of 2 years’ experience dealing with all types of accounting procedures, including cash handling
A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field or an equivalent combination of experience and education.
Highly computer literate especially MS Office
Prior experience in cash handling roles is a plus