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Associate of Assets Management, Finance / 财务部资产管理助理

Associate of Assets Management, Finance / 财务部资产管理助理

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Posted Date 
Compensation Grade 
Band 51
Job Family 
Finance/Real Estate/Procurement/Grant Management

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Position Summary

The main responsibilities are:

  • Plan, coordinate, and promote NYU Shanghai fixed asset physical inventory process.
  • Coordinate, update, and maintain the tracking database in NYU Shanghai Workday system for new and existing capital and non-capital fixed assets including asset identification tagging, location identification, physical count, and departmental equipment
  • Maintain label making system and ensure tagging assets in a timely manner.
  • Perform business asset tracking and assignment functions for assigned NYU Examples include business asset registration, issue, transfer, and disposal Approval authority for business asset tracking business processes
  • Conduct periodical and annual fixed and non-fixed assets physical inventories, and coordinate campus assets physical inventories with Department
  • Coordinate asset transfer/ disposal and update the information in the Workday system by each transaction.
  • Reconcile fixed assets in Workday with related fixed assets accounting ledger, and coordinate any variances with relevant fixed assets accounting staff.
  • Provide assistance with the implementation of processes in relation to fixed assets safeguarding and redistribution.
  • Assist with the servicelink, wechat window and other related system for asset management.
  • Identify existing assets without identification tagging numbers, assign new identification numbers, and post the newly identifiable assets to the asset
  • Supply information for inventory reports as well as other assets reports and
  • Ensure all data accurate and reported in Workday
  • Provide cross training to relevant staff in related to fixed asset processes and procedures as required.


Required Education:

  • Bachelor Degree in related

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Physical inventory practices and standards.
  • Inventory control processes and standards.
  • Excellent team skills and leadership capabilities with effective communication, interpersonal and organizational skills to blend in a multicultural and cross-regional working team.
  • Strong problem solving capability, able to analyze and structure complex issues and develop operational and organizational solutions.
  • Profound understanding of the demands and drivers in a Service organization.
  • Good proficiency in English a must.

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