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Finance Executive (Receivables)
International University of Malaya-Wales (IUMW)
The Finance Executive is responsible to ensure responsible to provide administrative support to the department, ensuring the accuracy of all collection reports, billing, credit or debit notes, statement of accounts and collection of fees, follow up on the fees and any matter related to account receivable. He/she is required to adapt rapidly to the changing context and leverage new strategic opportunities.
Roles and Responsibilities
Managing Work, Projects, and Policies:
  • Responsible for maintaining the Accounts receivable, collection, preparing aging report, customer aging reports and other related reports that need to be well verse with P&L and Balance sheet.
  • Upon collection from student, update CMS & SAP and extract collection journal to reconcile Collections to Billings and Payments
  • Carry out monthly Invoice and Collection Verification according to SOP
  • Reconciled cash account to bank statements and general ledger balance.
  • File all documents; and ensure proper housekeeping and safety of the University’s assets without delay.
  • Coordinates and implements accounting work and projects as assigned for CMS implementation.
  • Coordinates, implements and follows up on Accounting SOP audits for all areas of the student fee matters.
Maintaining Finance and Accounting Goals:
  • Achieves and exceeds goals including performance goals, budget goals, team goals, etc.
  • Develops specific goals and plans to prioritize, organize, and accomplish your work.
  • Submits reports in a timely manner, ensuring delivery deadlines.
  • Ensures all receivable records are documented accurately.
  • Maintains a strong accounting and operational control environment to safeguard the University resources.
  • Completes period end function each period.
Demonstrating and Applying Accounting Knowledge:
  • Demonstrates knowledge of job-relevant issues, products, systems, and processes.
  • Uses computers and computer systems (including hardware and software) to program, develop financial spreadsheets, set up functions, enter data, or process information.
  • Uses relevant information and individual judgment to determine whether events or processes comply with laws, regulations, or standards.
  • Keeps up-to-date technically and applying new knowledge to your job.

To carry out other duties that may be assigned to you from time to time by the Vice Chancellor or person acting on behalf of International University of Malaya-Wales (IUMW).

Requirements
Behavioral Attributes:
  • To contribute to a successful and positive culture in the Finance Department, the Finance Executive is expected to demonstrate the following key behavioral attributes:
  • Is trusted, authentic and self-aware – establishes credibility, is honest, reliable, accountable, and responsive
  • Takes the initiative and delivers results – by seizing opportunities and being outcome and customer focused
  • Provides solutions – through logical, creative and innovative thinking and timely, transparent and consultative decision making
  • Communicates with impact – displays clarity, diplomacy, persuasiveness and sensitivity
  • Leads and works well with others - displays conviction and resilience, working collaboratively, motivating others and mobilizing influence.
Competencies Requirements:
  • Preferably Degree in Accounting/Finance/Commerce or Advance Diploma in Accounting or LCCI Advance Diploma.
  • Demonstrated high level of oral, written and interpersonal skills in order to work effectively with staff, students, parents and other stakeholders.
  • Preferably related working experience in account receivables (AR) and familiar with any accounting system.
  • Possess intermediate or advance Microsoft Office knowledge (especially Excel and Words).
  • Exhibit initiative, team spirit, problem solving and PR skills in dealing with stakeholders.
IT Technician
International University of Malaya-Wales (IUMW)
IT Technician is responsible to assist the IT Department in managing and monitoring the daily IT operation in the university. He/she needs to ensure that adequate IT infrastructure is in place and is used to its maximum capabilities. He/she must be able to work diligently and accurately and possess a great problem-solving ability in order to fix issues and ensure functionality.
Roles and Responsibilities
  • Provide technical support and resolution to end-users within the university
  • Maintain computer equipment and software to ensure secure and efficient operations
  • Determine, identify and troubleshoot technical problems relating to software and hardware.
  • Maintain and manage workstations, servers, printers and scanners and other related equipment.
  • Install and configure software programs and applications.
  • Perform regular upgrades to ensure systems remain updated
  • Keep records of repairs and fixes for future reference
  • Repair computer hardware and servers as required
  • Manage the teaching-purposed computer labs
  • Other tasks assigned by the Head of Department from time to time
Requirements
  • Certificate (academic, vocational or skill based) in Information Technology, Computer Technology, Computer Engineering or equivalent from public or private universities/colleges OR
  • Diploma (diploma or vocational) in Computer Science, Information Technology, Computer Technology, Computer Engineering or equivalent from public or private universities/colleges
  • Minimum 1-2 years working experience, especially in the field of IT maintenance and troubleshooting
  • Able to work independently with minimum supervision
  • Professional certification (eg: Comptia A+, CCNA, Network+, etc) would be an added advantage
Lecturer
Faculty of Communication, Arts and Media (FCAM)
International University of Malaya-Wales (IUMW) requires a candidate with relevant experience leading an academic school or faculty, coupled with a comprehensive knowledge of higher education and private institution, and a style that is proactive, innovative and agile as we embed our new structure. As change becomes the new norm in our industry, it is important that candidate have the ability to create a culture of excellence, enhancement, collaboration and respect, underpinned by strongly held values.
Roles and Responsibilities
Academic

The Lecturer will set and deliver high standards of teaching, learning, assessment and guidance to students in accordance with relevant curriculum and policies set by the University and its partner through the most effective and efficient use of resources. The role is inclusive of :

  • Undertake teaching and teaching related duties such as preparation, development and design of teaching materials; conduct classes/lectures, tutorials and practicals; consultation with students, invigilation, marking and assessment
  • Participate and contribute in programme and curriculum development
  • Plan and implement teaching strategies to optimise student learning and encourage students’ interest
Requirements

The Lecturer will set and deliver high standards of teaching, learning, assessment and guidance to students in accordance with relevant curriculum and policies set by the University and its partner through the most effective and efficient use of resources. The role is inclusive of :

  • A Master’s degree and possess strong academic profile in the discipline and equivalent professional leadership experience.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and mentor others to engage with professional bodies, government and industry to gain external research funding.
  • The ability to think and act strategically including the ability to plan and to deliver continuous improvement of programs and courses; to deploy human, financial and other resources effectively; and to manage a broad range of educational and administrative processes.
  • Demonstrated high level of oral, written and interpersonal skills in order to work effectively with staff, industry partners, employers and other allied organisations.
  • Recognition by peers demonstrated by invitations to referee journal papers, conference submissions and by editorial boards.
Lecturer in Clinical Psychology
Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Clinical Psychology- Faculty of Education & Social Sciences (FESS)
The Lecturer will set and deliver high standards of teaching, learning, assessment and guidance to students in accordance with relevant curriculum and policies set by the University and its partner through the most effective and efficient use of resources.
Roles and Responsibilities
The role is inclusive of :
  • Undertake teaching and teaching related duties such as preparation, development and design of teaching materials; conduct classes/lectures, tutorials and practicals; consultation with students, invigilation, marking and assessment
  • Participate and contribute in programme and curriculum development
  • Plan and implement teaching strategies to optimise student learning and encourage students’ interest
Requirements
  • A Master’s degree in Psychology/Clinical Psychology or possess strong academic profile in the discipline and equivalent professional leadership experience.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and mentor others to engage with professional bodies, government and industry to gain external research funding.
  • The ability to think and act strategically including the ability to plan and to deliver continuous improvement of programs and courses; to deploy human, financial and other resources effectively; and to manage a broad range of educational and administrative processes.
  • Demonstrated high level of oral, written and interpersonal skills in order to work effectively with staff, industry partners, employers and other allied organisations.
  • Recognition by peers demonstrated by invitations to referee journal papers, conference submissions and by editorial boards.
  • Registered Clinical Psychologist would be an added advantage.
Contact Information
Phone: 03-26173192
Operating hours: Monday - Friday, 8.30 a.m. – 5.30 p.m