Financial Assistant - Leadership and Career Studies (L&CS), Institute on Disabilities at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

Posted: Thursday, July 7, 2022

Leadership and Career Studies (L&CS) is a four-year certificate program providing young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities an authentic college experience while developing academic abilities, career aspirations, work skills, and self-determination at Temple University.

The Financial Assistant of L&CS supports all routine financial operations for the program and will be supervised by the L&CS Senior Project Coordinator.


  • Day to day invoice processing and control.
  • Deposits of departmental funds.
  • Maintenance of records necessary for fiscal controls.
  • Coordinates with internal and external departments related to course fees,
  • Program costs, and student waiver funds and scholarships. 
  • Prepares financial queries using the University Financial Management.
  • Prepares summary reports, routine financial reports and coordinates invoice processing. 
  • Maintains files of invoices and other program documentation. 
  • Prepares paperwork required for maintenance contracts for equipment. assigned various program functions as required
    • Examples: student payroll, tracking routine purchases of supplies and equipment. 

Required Education & Experience:

  • Bachelor's degree and at least one year of financial experience. 
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

Required Skills & Abilities:

  • Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office and working knowledge of all applicable computer software or ability to learn them.
  • Demonstrated written communication skills 
  • Demonstrated strong customer service and interpersonal skills and ability to work as a team player across multiple levels and departments.
  • Must be able to work independently, prioritize and organize work.
  • Must have the ability to meet simultaneous deadlines, handle confidential materials, manage time effectively and use good judgment

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