Quintina Meekins

Quintina Meekins

Fiscal Assistant

Department: Shared Service Center
Business Phone: (352) 273-6264
Business Email: qmeekins@cop.ufl.edu

About Quintina Meekins

Quintina Meekins joined the Fiscal Unit of the College of Pharmacy in June 2017. As a Fiscal Assistant II she supports the department of Medicinal Chemistry. Her responsibilities include processing the following: travel authorizations, travel and expense reimbursements, requisitions/purchase orders, Facilities Service requests, expense to expense journal entries, PCard reconciliation, invoice payments, check requests, household goods /lab moves and general customer service. In addition to serving her department, she also assists her fellow Fiscal team members, as needed.

Quintina started working for UF in 2006 as a Sr. Clerk in FA-PDS. In 2007, she was promoted as Program Assistant. Her responsibilities were assisting Purchasing Help Desk, Household/Lab moves, assisted Total Office Support, MyUF Market help desk and assisted the Administrative Support Assistant in her absence.

In 2010, Quintina joined Clinical Trials Phase I Unit until they closed in 2011. Her job duties consisted of travel authorizations, travel and expense reimbursements, requisitions/purchase orders, Facilities Service requests, expense to expense journal entries, PCard reconciliation, invoice payments, check requests for volunteers, assisting with grant submission and closing/IRB procedures, and assisted admin. with time reporting in their absence, ensure that.

After the closing of Clinical Trial Phase I Unit; Quintina began working for the Dept. of Biology as a Fiscal Assistant II. There her duties consisted of: travel authorizations, travel/expense reimbursements, household/ lab relocations, requisitions/purchase orders, Facilities Service requests, expense to expense journal entries, PCard reconciliation, invoice payments, check requests, monthly reconciliation reporting to accountant, Pre/Post Award submission and tracking and general customer service. In addition to serving her department, she also assists her fellow Fiscal/ Administrative members as needed.

Grants

August 2016 – August 2017
Researching the Conservation Benefits of Natural Forest Management Through Silviculture Intensification in Berau District, East Kalimantan, Indonesia
NATURE CONSERVANCY · Editor