The finance department is the administrative headquarters that provides financial, economic, budgetary and administrative services to SCE. This department is responsible for the following areas: defining the budgets for the college's work plans, offering guidance and assistance in planning and preparing the routine budgets for all departments and units, allocating resources, ongoing expense control and annual budget planning.
This department deals with financial issues; prepares calculations; checks feasibility; defines pricing for services and activities with both internal and external parties; prepares financial specifications for work relationships and contracts; works with the planning and budgets committee of the Council for Higher Education; reports to internal parties at the college committees; maintain ongoing contact with the various college management departments; defines the budgets and approves employment positions; allocates spaces; defines the budgets and allocates funding for new educational programs, academic projects, collaborative initiatives with external parties, and more.
Ms. Naomi Vinberger
Budget Division – Duties and Responsibilities
- Managing SCE budgets: ongoing, development and research
- Coordinating and preparing budgets for all college departments
- Budget preparation, in coordination and reporting to the committee for planning and budgeting
- Allocating budgets and resources
- Follow up and control of ongoing budgets and periodic reporting
- Managing budget changes and updates, approving budgetary activities, budget transfers, etc.
- Coordinating routine reports to internal and external parties
- Collecting, sorting and analyzing budgetary data and preparing professional opinions
Budget Division – Staff
Ms. Iris Amos, Head of Budget Division
Responsibilities: Regular budget for development, research and projects.
Mr. Ilan Weiner, Economist
Responsibilities: Electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, R&D, Peamei Atidim, research budgets, academic administration, operations division, development division and HR department.
Mr. Boaz Dorfman, Economist
Responsibilities: Pre-academic preparatory courses, industrial engineering and management department, civil engineering department, software engineering department, student dean, scientific connections, president's office, events and productions division, CEO's office, general studies department, purchasing, quality and control, salary division, libraries, resource development, English department, math department, physics department.
Finance – Duties and Responsibilities
- Conducting accounting logging
- Coordinating accounting processes with external parties
- Preparing work papers for financial reports
- Payment collection
- Examining suppliers accounting
Appointed by the accounting department within the finance division.
- Managing financial reports and submitting them for CPA examination. All college reports are conducted on September 30 of each year, in accordance with the reporting guidelines set by the planning and budget committee of the Council for Higher Education.
- Preparing reports for external parties.
- Preparing administrative reports for the college management – internal reports, including reports on the status of bank accounts - are prepared on a monthly basis and enable reporting and tracking by the college management and its committees. Additional reports are produced upon request.
- Implementing and updating accounting and professional procedures.
- Managing income tax issues, tax authority relations, submitting annual reports to the income tax authority.
- Follow up and reporting of college investments.
- Noting and reporting donations to the relevant destination.
- Managing international travel reports of faculty members via scientific relations or professional trips.
The bookkeeping department conducts accounting logging, accounting matching with external parties and prepares work papers for financial reports. In addition, it deals with payment collection from clients as well as the examination of suppliers accounting processes.
- Logging bank activities and matching accounting processes at all banks.
- Working with all college suppliers: examining and noting supplier accounts. Supplier invoices for purchasing orders are transferred from the purchasing department to the bookkeeping department, which sorts, examines and keeps records of them.
- Managing the receipt of accounting activities from external systems: salaries and tuition.
- Examining and recording various payments: payment orders, petty cash and employee reimbursements.
- Recording and account matching with income tax, social security and beneficiaries as well as development accounts.
Finances – Staff
Meirav Sherfi, CPA, Bookkeeper
Responsibilities: Bookkeeping: complementary logging for accountants, supervising and controlling accounting processes, foreign currency payments, salary reception, tuition reception.
Development: examining development prior to payment, guarantees.
Banks: ongoing management of banking issues, college investments, implementation reports, completing bank matching processes.
Scientific Relations: foreign currency allocation for trips abroad, reporting international travels, logging travel reports.
Financial reports: preparations for financial reports, editing work papers for inspection, reports for tax authorities.
Mr. Yaniv Naor, Senior Bookkeeper
Suppliers: receiving invoices, checking invoices, conducting verifications with purchasing division and external parties, entering suppliers into the purchasing system, payments and supplier inquiries.
General: petty cash boxes, tuition refunds, employee loans, scholarships, advance payments for employees, provident fund payments ("Kupat Gemel"), employee reimbursement, standing orders – receiving and monitoring, assisting the accountant.
Ms. Sharona Nosarti, Bookkeeper
Tuition: receiving tuition fund transactions, verifying student financial credits, matching credit cards.
Banks: recording and matching, dispatching.
Clients: invoice production, preparatory course invoices, student council bills, payment collecting, verifications.
General: corrective orders – bookkeeping and assisting the accountant.
Ms. Sandra Zuckerman