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Manager of Reporting 213-02

Job Announcement No:  213-02

Posting Date:  January 25, 2013

Closing Date:  February 25, 2013

Title:  Manager of Reporting

Salary:  $65,000 and up (depending on applicable experience) plus a comprehensive benefits package

FTE: 1.00

Location: This position is located in Corvallis, Oregon

This position exercises considerable independent judgment and performs work directly impacting systemwide financial and managerial accounting and reporting.  This position reports directly to the Director of Accounting and Reporting and has significant systemwide responsibilities.  This position also involves communicating and providing expertise to upper management as well as other constituents on a wide range of financial and managerial accounting and reporting issues.


  • Six years of professional accounting or auditing experience (preference given to college and university experience)
  • A bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field
  • Experience in preparing and analyzing financial and managerial reports
  • Experience in researching, analyzing, and applying laws, rules, regulations and GAAP


  • CPA certificate
  • Experience in Cognos Controller or similar application
  • Experience in policy development

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An acceptable criminal background check is required for this position.

For consideration submit an Oregon University System employment application, a cover letter highlighting your qualifications, and your current resume.  Employment applications can be obtained by contacting the Office of Human Resources at (541) 346-5832 or from our website at http://www.ous.edu/about/employment.

Send your complete application packet to:

Manager of Reporting, #213-02
Attn:  Christy Farm
OUS Controller’s Division
Mail: PO Box 488, Corvallis, OR  97339-0488
E-mail:  Christy_Farm@ous.edu

The Oregon University System is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to development of an inclusive, multicultural higher educational environment.

Oregon University System (OUS) is comprised of seven distinguished public universities and one branch campus, reaching more than one million people each year through on-campus classes, statewide public services, and lifelong learning.  The Oregon State Board of Higher Education is the statutory governing board of OUS.  The OUS Chancellor's Office carries out the Board's goals and initiatives and statewide higher education responsibilities for the benefit of Oregon and Oregonians.  (www.ous.edu)