Accounts Payable & Reimbursements
Responsible for the timely and accurate payment of all non-payroll disbursements. This includes supplier invoices, travel reimbursements, T4A/T4ANR and Non-PO vouchers and other miscellaneous payments.
Accounts Receivable & Invoicing (non student)
Provides cashiering, petty cash and assistance with non student invoicing (MacBill). Corporate customers can obtain information on different payment methods (e.g. Electronic Funds Transfer) available at the university. In addition, Accounts Receivable staff help departments locate missing payments and provides training for eCommerce merchants. Student accounts are handled by Student Services in the Registrar’s Office in Gilmour Hall 108. For student account inquiries please visit https://registrar.mcmaster.ca/services/
Banking & eCommerce
Provides support on receipts and disbursement matters. Assist departments to comply with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS). Provides support to the PCI-DSS Steering Committee to ensure the committee has the information required to make sound decisions.
Provides support for the University budget process, acts as a resource to budget units and provides guidance and assistance to these units in planning, implementing, monitoring and control. Also provides support for the Budget Committee in making sound decisions and recommendations regarding the allocation of resources.
Financial Reporting & Systems
Production support and maintenance for the Mosaic financial modules, financial report development and maintenance, co-ordination of the University’s year end and audited financial statements and other external financial reporting, HST and other non-payroll tax guidance.
Investment Management & Trust Funds
Investment Management is responsible for McMaster University's investments associated with its pensions, group RRSP, and short-term and long-term (including endowment) investments. Trust funds provide a steady flow of income for the University to maintain and enhance our academic, research and scholarly activities.
Strategic Procurement provides support to purchasers across the University, and works toward continuous improvement of the purchasing process. Assists purchasers in obtaining the best value for their money while operating in accordance with all purchasing-related guidelines and regulations.