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The Senior Treasury Analyst position in the Office of the CFO / Treasury Management group will support the Director of Treasury Management. The Senior Treasury Analyst will Oversee the day-to-day operational Treasury requirements, including cash management, investment management, debt management, and bank account management. They will ensure compliance with all Georgetown University Banking and Cash Management Policies & Procedures. Additionally, they will assist the Director of Treasury Management with improvement and optimization projects. This position Interacts with individuals from all aspects of the University community on Treasury Management matters, including senior management, campus fiscal officers, accounting personnel, tax personnel and financial analysts.
Primary duties of the Senior Treasury Analyst are:
International and Domestic Cash Management:
Manage, automate, and enhance the cash management processes for Treasury.
Perform Daily Cash Positioning to ensure sufficient cash balances for expenses; transfer excess cash to investment accounts; borrow from lines of credit when necessary.
Responsible for creating the Weekly Cash Report detailing the University's cash balances at various international and domestic banks.
Work with various banks to handle day-to-day matters/queries.
Download and save monthly bank statements for Treasury and Accounting.
Download Customer Account Analysis and Billing Statements for each bank relationship and analyze accuracy of billing. Contact bank to review any pricing discrepancies.
Work with the General Accounting Office (GAO) to ensure that cash transactions are recorded properly and in a timely manner.
Transfer excess cash as required into investment accounts.
Monitor existing investments to ensure safety of principal while trying to maximum yield.
Investigate new potential investment options for Treasury.
Update Investment Policies and process map current Investment procedures.
Work with internal departments to update and gather foreign exchange exposure positions.
Execute FX spot transactions together with Director of Treasury Management.
Assist with cash management related treasury improvement and optimization projects.
Current projects include: automation of Treasury and AP payments through implementation of file transfer from Workday to PNC Bank; configuration / deployment of the Workday ERP Cash Management module; improve current AR collection process through implementation of lockboxes.
Bank Account Management:
Ensure that all University bank accounts are centrally managed by Treasury, and that GU departments are complying with University banking policy/procedures.
Complete and process all bank documentation to open/close bank accounts, and to update authorized signers on domestic and international bank accounts.
Take a lead role in opening USD and local currency bank accounts in Africa for the Georgetown Global Health (GGH) initiative. Work hand-in-hand with the GGH team to open required bank accounts and to set up online banking in a timely manner.
Ensure online banking system users are current and up-to-date with any changes to the account structure or users. Perform bi-annual audit of online banking users.
Work with the Tax group on annual Foreign Bank Account Report (FBAR) filing requirements.
Assist with borrowing from the University's lines of credit.
Monitor interest rates on borrowings; ensure borrowings are repaid according to schedule.
Assist with the Monthly Cash Forecasting process.
Perform variance analysis of cash forecast vs. actuals.
Policies and Procedures:
Create and update banking and cash management policies and procedures.
Create process maps (using Visio software) to document current and future Treasury procedures.
Ensure that all cash management, investments, borrowings, and bank accounts are compliant with GU policies.
Qualifications The successful candidate will possess the following qualifications:
Bachelor's degree or MBA in Finance, with 5+ years of relevant and progressive experience in Treasury.
CTP Certification from the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP).
Experience in a higher educational environment is preferred.
Experience with opening and managing international bank accounts is preferred.
Demonstrated experience with use of ERP systems, such as Workday or SAP.
Experience with implementing and designing Treasury management systems/software, such as Workday Cash Management, SAP Treasury & Risk Management, Kyriba, TreasuryXpress or Reval.
Intermediate proficiency in MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint required. Knowledge of Visio is preferred.
Excellent communication (listening and speaking), diplomacy, discretion, and presentation skills.
Must be able to work with minimal direction, be a good problem solver, be able to meet deadlines and exhibit a high-level attention to detail.
Ability to exercise sound judgment and make reasoned decisions in a consultative and collaborative environment.
Ability to work effectively in a dynamic environment with multiple and sometimes conflicting priorities.
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