Piedmont Community College
1715 College Drive
Roxboro, NC 27573
Phone: 336-599-1181

Job Location

Person County Campus, Roxboro, NC


$79,373.00 - $89,372.00


State of NC

Job Category

  • Executive/Administrative/Managerial

Application Period

Opens: Thursday, March 14, 2024
Closes: Friday, May 31, 2024

Target Start Date

Saturday, June 1, 2024

Expected Work Hours

8am-5pm M-Th, 8am-4pm F

Reports to

Vice President, Administrative Services/ CFO

Employment Type

Full Time

Minimum Qualifications

Education and Experience:
Educational Equivalent: Bachelor’s Degree in accounting. Five years’ experience in a business environment . Certified Public Accountant license preferred. Master’s in Accounting preferred.
Specialized Training: At least six (6) years of successful professional experience in a directly related field. (NC Community College Business Office environment preferred).

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of state policies and procedures.
Knowledge of Piedmont Community College policies and procedures.
Strong mathematical and analytical skills.
Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Ability to handle multiple responsibilities simultaneously.

Preferred Qualifications

Licenses and Certificates:
Certified Public Accountant license preferred.
Specialized Training:
Experience with Colleague and Ellucian preferred.

Position Description

Responsible for creating, nurturing, assessing, and continuously improving the environment necessary to accomplish the work of the Financial Services Division. Authorizes and supervises all financial transactions of the College to ensure that such records accurately reflect the financial position of the College. Responsible for internal controls and operational efficiencies throughout the College. Coordinates and directs the preparation of annual budgets, accounts payable, accounts receivable, purchasing and the shipping/receiving functions, payroll, equipment coordination, capital improvement monitoring.

Essential Duties
- Plans, directs, and manages the business office including all activities related to payables, payroll, receivables, grants, contracts, and travel reimbursements. 
- Plans, directs, and manages the purchasing process including procedures related to purchase orders, contracted    services, RFPs, RFQs, shipping, receiving, fixed asset and inventory control. 
- Reviews and analyzes the general ledger and prepares and approves journal entries as needed. 
- Reviews all purchasing for budget constraints by college departments. 
- Prepares and reviews month end close for reporting to system office (112)
- Monitors expenditures and requests draw down of funds as needed for federal grants. 
- Checks and verifies daily cash receipts, bank deposits and signs all cash disbursements. 
- Reviews, analyzes, and directs the processing of financial data and payrolls  
- Prepares and Maintains files of state, local counties, federal, and special budgets relating to activities of the College and financial reports. 
- Manages cash balances of all funds to assure availability of funds and timely payments to creditors. 
- Plans, directs and manages capital improvement projects to include tracking in Interscope for State Construction, Grants awarded such as SCIF and Tobacco Trust, local funds awarded for projects, and county budgeted dollars. Request for reimbursement as directed by donors.
- Develops and directs individual training plans for all assigned personnel. 
- Plans and sets priorities and work schedules, follows progress of work to ensure accuracy and compliance. 
- Recommends promotions, separations, and salary changes; arranges overtime and handles disciplinary matters of subordinates. 
- Prepares ACFRA, financial statements, IPEDS, SACSCOC, single audit and other required fiscal reports.
- Serves as Internal Control Officer and oversees EAGLE reporting
- Establishes, coordinates, changes, and verifies financial chart of accounts as it relates to the activities of the College. 
- Supervises reconciliation of bank statements, prepares requests for funds from state and federal sources, makes necessary accounting journal entries. 
- Prepares, examines, and verifies a variety of financial statements and reports for completeness and accuracy. 
- Assists the CFO with periodic recommendations on investment alternatives. 
- Prepares financial sections of IPEDS, SACSCOC and other required fiscal year reports
- Assists the State Auditors with the annual fiscal audit and the Office of State Controller accordingly. 
- Serves on various committees. 
- Evaluates staff performance. 
- Performs other duties as assigned by the Vice President of Administrative Services/CFO.

Supervisory Responsibilities
Full Time (4) Professional and support staff, technical/paraprofessional; Part Time (1) support staff and technical/paraprofessional.

How to Apply

Apply directly on the Piedmont Community College online applicant site:



Job Post Contact

Tina Lawrence
Human Resources Business Partner 
Piedmont Community College