The Business Operations Manager has responsibility to administer and manage all financial aspects of ticket office operations. Serve as primary liaison to Department of Athletics Business Office. Provide administrative expertise for ensuring the financial program operations of the Ticket Office are executed in compliance with the policies, procedures and core competencies of the Athletic Department. Utilizes Spectra/Paciolan ticketing software to prepare and analyze sales audits & reports and settle all financials. Must communicate effectively (oral and written) with many groups in order to verify payment for tickets and all internal invoices. Assist the Director of Ticket Operations, Compliance and Inventory Control with accounting of each item of inventory distributed. Provide assistance with coordinating the day to day functions for game day events, plan and organize activities, and communicate and interpret program policies and procedures. Demonstrates skills and abilities to assess and resolve problems that require research and review of procedures and policies. Must apply the policies of the Athletic Ticket Office in a manner consistent with University, ACC, and NCAA regulations. Evening work, Overtime occasionally, Valid NC Driver’s License, Weekend work occasionally.
Deadline for applications: February 9, 2018
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, race, national origin, religion, sex, sexual
Essential: Must demonstrate the skills and abilities to successfully manage all financial/operational aspects of the ticket office. Must exercise good judgment in all problem resolution based on delegated authority from the Senior Assistant Athletic Director. Accuracy, attention to detail. Requires evening, weekend, and holiday work, in addition to occasional travel. Valid NC Driver's license required. Ability to lift/move 25 lbs. Manual dexterity.
Preferred: Strong attention to detail. Effective communications skills (oral and written). Ability to analyze reports. Demonstrated ability to interpret and explain policies and procedures. Experience with UNC-CH financial policies and systems, including Infoporte, and ConnectCarolina.
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