This is a paid, on-campus job. See the position description below.


The deadline to apply is Friday, February 21, 2014 at 5 PM

Interviews will be held between February 24-28 

Interviews will be scheduled once you apply.

Application are available today! 
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Position Description:
The Student Government (SG) Budgets & Appropriations Board is the fiscal manager and primary overseer of the student activities fee money that is allocated to SG clubs. The SG Comptroller is an important member of this board as this person has many duties in addition to attending the weekly board meetings. The student Comptroller is officially a student employee of the Office of Student Activities, and will therefore assist with the financial transactions of other non-SG approved clubs in addition to supporting the SG-supported organizations at the university.

- Daily duties include processing check requests, issuing limited purchase orders, and advising new student leaders on university and SG policies.
- Budget records are currently kept on an Excel computer spreadsheet. It is required that this person to have a working knowledge of calculating spreadsheet functions and basic accounting functions.
- The Comptroller holds ten open office hours per week and often responds to informal student requests during off hours.
- The Comptroller is paid an hourly rate for the 10 office hours per week.
- During office hours, the Comptroller maintains club budgets, meets with club leaders regarding their club’s funds, responds to requests for funds submitted by these club leaders and interacts with the university’s purchasing and accounts payable departments to facilitate vendor payments.
- The Comptroller reports to a staff representative in the Office of Student Activities.
- In addition, the Comptroller is expected to work closely with the Office of Student Activities to maintain university policies and coordinate approvals on financial expenditures.
- Skills including organization, time management, communication and computer processing are essential.