Risk Management Coordinator Duties
This is responsible claims processing, accounting and budgetary
clerical work in the maintenance and review of fiscal records.
Work involves responsibility for processing property loss claims
and maintaining accounting and budgetary records. May supervise
and participate in the work of a unit engaged in collecting and
recording financial data. Employees of this class may assist a
professional business manager with more complex fiscal functions
and problems. Supervision is exercised over clerical assistants.
Work requires independent judgment on technical accounting and
budgetary problems of limited variety, but account
classifications and budgetary procedures are determined by
departmental regulations or by legal requirements. Work is
reviewed by a superior upon completion for overall standards of
performance, and is subject to periodic audit.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Coordinates administration of UGA property loss claims including
claim form preparation, submittal, contact with insurance
representatives, contact with UGA clients, contractors,
Performs detailed work in the preparation of preliminary budgets
for review by a professional superior; participates in budget
Prepares budgetary amendments and periodic accounting and budget
Computes and prepares billings to various agencies for services
provided and prepares supporting schedules of personnel,
material, and equipment expenses.
Trains new personnel in fiscal procedures; supervises and
provides technical assistance to clerical and accounting
Compiles data for annual reports of income and expense and makes
analysis of current financial status in relation to prior year's
Audits, calculates, and prepares checks for all regular and
special payrolls; posts to individual earnings' cards and
payroll accounts, and balances to controls.
Maintains a set of equipment, material, and other cost accounts
in accordance with predetermined breakdowns; balances accounts
and reconciles to general books; makes adjusting, opening, and
Performs relates work as required.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Graduation from a standard high school including completion of
college-level courses in bookkeeping and accounting,
supplemented by progressively responsible supervisory positions
in bookkeeping or accounting; or an equivalent combination of
training and experience.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Considerable knowledge of modern office practices, procedures,
equipment, and standard clerical techniques.
Considerable knowledge of property claims processing,
bookkeeping and accounting principles, and of purchasing, tax,
and allied systems and procedures.
Considerable knowledge of budgetary principles and procedures as
applied to institutional requirements.
Ability to apply accounting principles to the maintenance of
fiscal, budgetary, and accounting records; to perform detail
work involving written or numeric data, and to make arithmetic
calculations rapidly and accurately.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with other employees and the public.
Skill in the operation and care of calculators, adding machines,
and other office machines used in connection with accounting and