Financial Systems Support supports and trains users of the financial and payroll/position control modules of the core university administrative system, the ancillary systems, and 49er Mart, the university eprocurement system. The unit prepares and monitors the Banner Finance, Human Resources (HR), and Accounts Receivable (AR) job production schedules to ensure accurate and effective data administration. The University’s security policy for the financial and human resource administrative system and 49er Mart are administered by staff in the unit. Financial Systems Support also serves as liaison between Financial Services, Technical Operations and Planning (TOP), and Information and Technology Services. Gathering technology requests, prioritizing the needs of Financial Services and then working with TOP to obtain the functional requirements of the users and keeping the department updated on the status of work requested. Staff in the unit also provide adhoc reporting and data gathering. as requested. The goal of Financial Systems Support is to continue our efforts to provide accurate financial information and reporting, and training, support and documentation for the use of the Financial systems to Financial Services and the campus community.
|Director of Financial Systems Support||704‑687‑firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Business Systems Analyst||704‑687‑email@example.com|
|Senior Systems Support Analyst||704‑687‑firstname.lastname@example.org|
|49er Mart System Administrator||704‑687‑email@example.com|
|Financial Services Reporting Analyst||704‑687‑firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Data Control Accountant||704‑687‑email@example.com|
|Financial Systems Security Administrator||704‑687‑firstname.lastname@example.org|
Financial Systems Support News
This year our team participated in the 2013 Giving Green Campaign and like many other teams around campus, engaged in the spirit of giving back to our community. We attended all of the festivities, including the events during Volunteer Week. Half of our team is new to UNC Charlotte so this was the first time we had a chance to participate in the Giving Green Campaign. We joined the team led by Beth Hardin at the Crisis Assistance Ministry in Charlotte and found it to be an humbling experience.
One of the messages we heard from the Giving Green Campaign is that it is a year-round effort. As the holiday approached and we started planning events, our team decided that in lieu of a gift exchange that we would donate time and clothes to the Crisis Assistance Ministry. We scheduled the afternoon of December 6th to visit the Crisis Assistance Ministry to volunteer by sorting and inspecting donated clothing, and getting it ready to restock the Free Store. We also donated new socks and underwear for children and men since that was identified as a need during our last visit. The event turned out to be very rewarding; not only because we were giving back to our community on behalf of UNC Charlotte, but because we had a chance to do some team building and self-reflection.