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Series Description: Business Support Series

Series Description: BUSINESS SUPPORT SERIES

Positions in the Business Support Series perform the full range of routine to moderately complex and specialized business, accounting, and administrative functions in support of University financial operations.

Examples of work include: receive, process, and reconcile funds; create, maintain, and monitor financial transactions, budget, and account records and reports; reconcile and remit payroll taxes, interpret and communicate regulations; and provide input and track financial data.

Alternate Career Progression Job Standards:

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Career Progression Job Standards:


Career Progression job standards, distinguished by the nature and scope of responsibilities and minimum education and experience, are summarized below. For detailed information, please refer to the Distinguishing Characteristics matrix.

Business Support Assistant - Perform routine business/accounting functions and process standard financial transactions in support of University financial systems. Follow established departmental guidelines and procedures
based on a familiarity with University policies and procedures. Influence short-term office processes. May provide functional supervision to designated employees and/or affiliates. High school diploma, one year related experience and basic computer knowledge required.

Business Support Generalist
- Perform routine to moderately complex and specialized business/accounting operations in support of University financial systems. Use judgment in determining individual work tasks, work methods and priorities based on a comprehensive understanding of University policies and procedures and external regulations. Influence departmental operations. May provide functional supervision to designated employees and/or affiliates. Associate’s degree in a related area, one to three years' specialized experience, and working knowledge of software applications required.




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