Accounts Receivable Supervisor

Accounts Receivable Supervisor
UC Davis
 Davis, California
Job Description

Salary or Pay Range: $67,700/yr. - $120,500/yr. (Dept budgeted range: $67,700/yr. - $90,900/yr. Commensurate with experience.)

Under the general direction of the CAHFS Business Officer, serves as CAHFS Billing Manger responsible for managing centralized Accounts Receivable (A/R) functions for CAHFS four branch locations (>12,000 invoices with up to $9M in A/R per year), including direct responsibility for invoicing, payment processing and resolving billing inquiries. Serves as a technical lead and subject matter expert in assigned areas; responsible for review and approval of financial documents for accuracy and appropriateness; ensures accountability and compliance with University and CAHFS policy and procedures; oversees client case reporting functions; and serves as CAHFS records custodian responsible for departmental management of legal inquiries. This position supervises three staff members.


Minimum Qualifications:

For full consideration, applicants are encouraged to upload license, certification and/or educational degree if required of the position.

  • Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, business administration or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Experience managing accounts receivable processes (including invoicing, preparing statements, reconciling client accounts, and collections), complying with terms and conditions found in contracts, and attention to detail and ability to detect and resolve billing and accounts receivable issues within a complicated billing system.
  • Knowledge and experience to effectively use automated financial accounting and information systems (i.e. Aggie Enterprise, Kuali, LIMS, etc.) for transactions, and data analysis/reporting tools such as Microsoft Excel/Tableau to produce financial reports.
  • Leadership and supervisory skills to effectively recruit, train, and motivate staff and monitor performance to meet business objectives.
  • Interpersonal, communication and customer service skills (in person, writing, and telephone) to effectively communicate and work closely with a diverse group of individuals including faculty, staff, clients, other UC units and government/outside agencies, to research, secure, and provide information, and resolve problems such as billing disputes.
  • Intermediate knowledge and understanding of establishing and maintaining internal control practices, and skills to read and interpret UC and CAHFS financial policies to ensure unit compliance, prevent fraud, and safeguard UC resources.
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills to identify problems and implement solutions to research, collect, analyze, and interpret data from a wide variety of sources and to present information in a clear and concise manner.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience working with university systems including the UCD accounting system, and the CAHFS billing and LIMS systems.
  • Experience mapping existing processes and implementing process changes to deliver efficiencies or quality improvement.
  • Knowledge of rules and regulations pertaining to various funding sources including state, federal, University, and private, and generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP/GASB).
  • Knowledge of client case reporting functions and experience working in a hospital or laboratory setting.

Key Responsibilities:


Special Requirements:

  • This is a critical position, as defined by UC policy and local procedures, and as such employment is contingent upon successful completion of background check(s), including but not limited to criminal record history background check(s).

To view full job description and submit an on-line application visit UC Davis Career Opportunities at

Job ID# 70650

The University of California, Davis is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer