A Bursar is the advance level work responsible for providing oversight in the operation a department or program. Employees in this classification may be responsible for managing an office, budget, programs, and or services for Baltimore City Community College. The Bursar reports to the Controller, responsible for providing leadership, vision, planning and direction for the Accounting Department and its component offices. This position is responsible for the overall operations of student financial services, billing and receivables, and cashiering functions of the College. The Bursar provides direction and leadership in financial management, fiscal policies review and changes; ensures compliance with College, State and Federal regulations and standard accounting procedures. The Bursar oversees supervision of Bursar’s Office staff, including but not limited to allocation of duties, training, and problem resolution; evaluates performance and makes recommendations for personnel actions; and ensures staff are familiar with office policies and procedures and establishes internal control procedures and safeguards college resources in accordance with policies and regulations;. The Bursar will be a collaborative, strategic, forward-looking thinker and doer who demonstrates integrity, confidentiality and attention to detail and accuracy.
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