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the treasurer at a college or university

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"I was hired by Tony Fulger, the first bursar, way back in 1983.
The union had on 9th of April staged a peaceful protest on the campus to protest what it said was 'premature disengagement of five senior deputy registrars and senior deputy bursar.'
It is worth noting that, 9 of the bursars were selected from universities in Baku, while 7 were selected from those in regions and the others from SABAH students within the framework of memorandum between Azercell and Sabah Groups.
Automated tuition credit balance refunding, with its demanding security regulations, complex IT integration and unwanted media scrutiny, might seem like a responsibility with a lot of "must do's." Yet for those who have mastered it, it's a story of "can do's" with a repurposed bursar's office staff.
"In the present financial situation, bursars and business managers are going to be increasingly influential as school budgets come under pressure.
The bursars' accounts at Durham Cathedral Priory surviving from the period 1278 (the earliest surviving complete roll) (1) to 1400 number in excess of 250 separate items, including some items which exist in duplicate and others that might be called subsidiary accounts and schedules.
The bursars have all been awarded either the Certificate of School Business Management or the Diploma of School Business Management by the National College for School Leadership.
Finance and accountancy functions are central to all bursars' jobs.
The awards cover 12 categories including bursars, cleaners, administration and site staff, canteen staff, technicians, the learning support staff and the teaching assistants.
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has launched an investigation following claims that seven bursars met regularly to set prices.
It followed the OFT's decision to investigate allegations of price-fixing after reports that bursars at top private schools, including Eton College and Winchester College, exchanged information on fees and salary costs.
Godfrey's five-under-par round of 67 in a chilly and blustery wind was also a big boost to the R&A Bursars' team total.
Grandmother Ruby, aged 69, who works at Worlds End Infant School, in Quinton, has won the Cleaner of the Year Award run by the National Bursars Association.
St Joseph's RC Primary School in Gilesgate was the only school in the country to achieve a double when two staff members reached the finals of the National Bursars Association National Awards for School Support Staff.
The National College of School Leadership, which runs the programme, has now reached the Government target to train 1,000 school bursars.