Accountant III City of ChesapeakeChesapeake, VA 2 days ago Full Time
This position performs accounting functions, monitors related documentation and provides support to personnel for assigned areas of responsibility. This position is responsible for analyzing accounts and reports, reconciling various accounts, preparing and processing related information, auditing and maintaining financial records in accordance with GAGAS and GASB.
This position is primarily responsible for monitoring the $150 million Capital Improvement Program (Revenue Bond, General Obligation, Cash and Cost Participation funded). Specific duties: preparing 10+ years cashflow, identifying funding sources for projects, enforcing the Master of Trust Agreement, working with Trustee, preparing reimbursement draws and monitoring spend down requirements. Preparing end of the fiscal year documents and updating the rate model.
Secondary responsibilities include monitoring the expenditures for the $60 million Operating Budget (8 operating divisions) and preparing revenue and expenditure projections.
Requires a bachelor's degree in accounting or closely related field. Master's degree in accounting, business, public administration or related field desired.
In addition to satisfying the vocational/education standard, this position requires a minimum of three years of related, full-time equivalent experience.
Certified Public Accountant (CPA) certification desired.
Prior experience in a governmentally controlled utilities environment helpful.
Strong team player, extensive experience with year end closing, capital budgeting, revenue bonds, general obligation bonds, tracking capital assets, yearend inventory, fund accounting to include multi-year funds, financial plans/rate development, PeopleSoft Financials, and Microsoft Excel.
Technical understanding of GASB Statements and Procurements as well as GAGAS.
Senior Accountant PendoRaleigh, NC 2 days ago Full Time
Pendo is seeking a Senior Accountant to join its growing Finance Team in Raleigh, NC. In this role, you will work closely with the VP Finance and other members of the Finance Team in all aspects of finance and accounting functions to support the rapidly-expanding operations of a high-growth SaaS company.
Review contracts for compliance with revenue recognition guidelines (ASC 985-605, ASC 605) and determine and document appropriate revenue treatment
Identify and implement process improvements in the order-to-cash process
Play an active role in the financial close process and preparation of month-end journal entries and reconciliations
Assist in preparing accurate and timely monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements, budget-to-actual analysis and management reporting
Lead Intacct ERP system enhancements and implementations of new financial software that integrate into ERP
Create and maintain standard operating procedures
Coordinate with preparation of regulatory filings and taxes
Research technical accounting issues
Work closely with external auditors
Accounts Payable Technician - G12 FinanceColumbus, GA 3 days ago Full Time
Major Duties and Responsibilities Forwards original invoices to appropriate departments. Prepares data entry for all vendor invoices; matches all vendor invoices to appropriate purchasing documents. Monitors the financial system for receipt of goods in order to produce payments. Researches past due invoices to determine payment status. Tracks payments in the financial system from vendor and departmental requests. Verifies and performs electronic approval of payment voucher documents based on specific limits. Matches payment information to checks; disburses checks to vendors or departments; maintains a permanent file of all payment documents for annual audit. Performs data entry and reconciliation for all gas, water, and electric utility bills for proper payment to vendors; enters monthly utility bills into spreadsheet; balances with summary bills; uploads to financial system to post monthly charges. Performs payment voucher training for new users. Maintains Capital Assets Inventory; maintains records concerning buildings, land improvements, land purchases, vehicles, and equipment. Assigns fixed asset numbers; determines location code, life of item, and depreciation method. Enters fixed asset documents into the financial system as either manual or shell generation document. Maintains records of transfers between locations, sales between entities, and assets sent to salvage for deletion or auction. Creates and maintains records maintenance and filing system. Maintains spreadsheets of additions, deletions, transfers, sales, and changes to the capital asset inventory for the year end reconciliation of capital assets; reconciles capital asset system to the general ledger; balances to year end reports. Reconciles procurement card payments; verifies that entries match master statement; makes corrections as needed. Identifies and pulls checks issued for Bond Fund Accounts. Assists with financial reporting of the annual auction; compares audit settlement list from the vendor to actual items sent to auction; confirms and settles discrepancies. Opens, stamps, and sorts all incoming mail for the division. Carries out a continuous effort to improve operations, work processes, and works cooperatively and jointly to provide continuous improvement and customer-driven service. Performs other related duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge of governmental records management techniques and guidelines. Knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles as applied to governmental accounting. Knowledge of the principles and practices of public accounting and accounts payable processes. Knowledge of relevant federal and state laws, local ordinances, and department policies and procedures. Skill in utilizing financial computer software programs. Skill in problem solving and decision making. Skill in gathering and analyzing complex data. Skill in operating standard office equipment. Skill in oral and written communication. Minimum Educational and Training Requirements Specialized Training in accounting and data entry; in addition to basic skills typically associated with a high school education, plus one to two years of progressively responsible experience interacting with high level officials and managers; or any combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job. Physical Requirements The work is typically performed while sitting at a desk or table or while intermittently sitting, standing, or stooping. The employee occasionally lifts light or heavy objects and uses tools or equipment requiring a high degree of dexterity.
Fiscal Technician II Department of Public SafetyRichland County, SC 3 days ago Full Time
Job Responsibilities Processes subgrantee requests for payments, ensuring payments made to subgrantees are based on approved, properly completed and calculated reports and are in compliance with all relevant state and federal regulations and conditions. Contacts subgrantees to resolve issues discovered with payment requests. Prepares and enters completed requests for payment into the South Carolina Enterprise System (SCEIS). Scans documents into OnBase software. Ensures SCEIS Functional Area, Fund Center, GL account, Grant Number, and Transaction Type are appropriate, and enter all information into SCEIS using the appropriate transaction. Performs accounting related tasks for the Grants Accounting area, includes processing incoming mail, maintains various logs and reports, and maintain adequate office supplies. Assists management with special projects and reports as needed. Provides technical assistance to internal staff and subgrantees on grant fiscal issues. Provides special reports to accounting and programmatic staff as needed. Assists with the reconciliation process as needed. Assists with financial monitoring of grants as needed. Assists with the setup and deobligation of grants. Prepares correspondence to subgrantees, assimilates information from subgrantees, and provides reports to the senior accountant responsible for the program. Establishes and maintains grant files. Archives files per department policy. Assists with financial monitoring of grants as needed. Performs other duties as required. Minimum and Additional Requirements A high school diploma and experience in entry-level accounting or bookkeeping. A bachelor's degree may be substituted for required work experience. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: An associate's degree with 12 semester hours in accounting or related courses, or a high school graduate and three years of clerical accounting and bookkeeping experience or an acceptable equivalency approved by the Division of State Human Resources. Must be knowledgeable of federal, state and local laws as they relate to grant funding procedures. Must have experience with the SCEIS system and Microsoft Excel. Must be knowledgeable of the principles, practices, theories and terminology of accounting. Must possess the ability to interpret and analyze financial data, records and reports. NOTE: If any Additional Requirements are listed above, applicants must also meet those Additional Requirements to be considered for the position. Additional Comments The selected candidate must be able to coordinate several items at a given time. Must possess excellent organizational skills and strong computer skills. Some travel may be required. The South Carolina Department of Public Safety is committed to a diverse workforce and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, gender, age, national origin or disability.
Finance Manager - (Animal Care & Control) -Internal to County Employees Animal Care and ControlPhoenix, AZ 3 days ago Full Time
Position Overview The purpose of this position is to support the organization by being responsible for the professional management of departmental financial and budgetary activities. Position Qualifications Minimum education and/or experience: Bachelor's level degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or closely related field and four (4) years' professional level finance experience. An equivalent combination of education and job related experience, which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities, may be considered in substitution for the minimum qualifications. Specialized training, certifications, and/or other special requirements: Must possess, or have the ability to obtain by the time of hire, a valid Arizona driver's license. Knowledge, skills, and abilities: Knowledge of governmental budgetary, financial principles and practices; Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; Knowledge of principles and practices of administration, government budgeting, purchasing, and supervisory experience. Ability to plan, organize, coordinate and prioritize work and activities. Ability to learn and apply complex county guidelines as they relate to budgeting and purchasing. Skilled in the use of computer applications including spreadsheets, database and word processing software. Preferred education and/or experience: Prior supervisory experience preferred. Two (2) or more years' experience in governmental finance position. Experience with Maricopa County budgetary and accounting policies and procedures. Experience with Advantage and Performance Budgeting. Advanced skills in Microsoft Office, including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Working conditions: Works in close proximity to animals; frequent contact with the public. Essential Job Tasks Monitors department financial operations to assist in the development of department's financial plans and goals. Participates in department strategic planning; evaluates financial operations to ensure that they are in compliance with County policies and procedures and state and federal laws. Oversees department revenue and expenditures for all funds. Performs financial analyses including forecasting, cost projections, cash flow and cost/benefit analysis. Directs the development and submission of the department's annual budget. Provides guidance to department management on financial and budgetary matters. Audits department accounts receivable and payables and purchasing functions. Administers the department's grants and grant reporting requirements. Prepares and analyzes financial reports; recommending and implementing strategies to improve departments' financial operations. Resolves complex financial and budgetary issues. Leads special projects. Supervises the daily activities of the Accounting Technicians and Procurement Specialist including hiring, assigning workload, determining work priorities, training and performance management. Reviews and updates the department's fee schedule as required. Other duties as assigned. Selection Procedure The hiring authority will select the successful candidate based on departmental needs. All offers of employment made to new hires and rehires at Maricopa County are contingent upon successful completion of a post-offer, pre-employment thorough background investigation. A background investigation is conducted on a current employee who changes to a Safety Sensitive Position or one having the potential for serious adverse impact on the integrity or efficiency of the County. These requirements do not pertain to employees of elected officials who undergo background investigation processes administered through their respective offices. Typically successful candidates are hired at a salary rate, up to midpoint of the range, based on applicable experience, internal equity and budgetary allowances.
Controller A2 Hosting, IncAnn Arbor, MI 3 days ago Full Time
A2 Hosting, Inc. is a premiere Linux hosting company with clients around the world. We are currently seeking an experienced Controller to come on board and manage the financials of the company. Excellent organization and communication skills are required along with a keen business sense.
The Controller is responsible for developing and administering financial systems that provide the control and recording keeping for the company. In so doing, the Controller develops and secures approval of budgets and business plans and prepares financial statements.
As we are an international company, the Controller will also be expected to maintain company tax compliance, both in the US and Internationally.
Good business acumen and the ability to connect analytical insights with business decisions is required to be successful in this role
Employment Type: Full-time, Exempt, Telecommuting available
* As a member of the executive leadership team, takes a leadership role in the development of long range and annual operating plans of the business.
* Directs, develops and manages the Finance and Accounting functions.
* Directs and oversees the preparation of all financial reporting and forecasting using financial dashboards and other business intelligence tools.
* Handles the auditing, control and governance functions.
* Keeps the organization in compliance with US and International tax regulations.
* Manages the organization’s capital expenditure budgeting process including project approval, project costs, cash flow and return on investment.
* Responsible for supervising accounts payable and receivable.
* In cooperation with the executive leadership team, explore, identify and capture revenue growth opportunities for the business.
* In conjunction with operations, supply chain and sales, manages working capital levels to maximize cash flow opportunities.
* Active participant on the organization’s strategy team.
* Identify, interpret, and analyze potential accounting risks and issues.
* Other duties, as assigned.
* 7 years of experience in a similar role.
* Experience in a recurring revenue model preferred.
* Strong business acumen and leadership skills.
* Extensive knowledge of accounting and reporting, cash management, cost accounting, financial statement analysis, forecasting and transactional pricing.
* Experience with international business tax rules and regulations, specifically India as well as emerging markets such as South America.
* Comfortable using Quickbooks or other business accounting software.
* Superior collaboration and communication skills with executive presence.
* Demonstrated success designing and improving an organization’s financial practices, processes, procedures and organizational structure.
* Familiarity with corporate financing strategies as well as mergers and acquisitions a plus.
We have the following to offer:
* Subsidized health insurance, dental and vision coverage also available.
* Paid parental leave.
* Company-matching 401k, traditional or Roth.
* Short-term and long-term disability coverage.
* Company provided life insurance.
* Paid vacations, holidays and sick time.
* Regular company events such as summer BBQs and holiday parties.
Senior Wealth Advisor BKD LLPHouston, TX 3 days ago Full Time
BKD, LLP, a national CPA and advisory firm, can help individuals and businesses realize their goals. Our approximately 2,600 dedicated professionals provide solutions for clients in all 50 states and internationally. BKD and its subsidiaries offer a variety of tax, accounting and consulting services and combine the insight and ideas of thought leaders in multiple industries. Learn more at bkd.com.
BKD Wealth Advisors, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of BKD, LLP is seeking an experienced Wealth Management professional with strong client service and wealth management skills to serve as a lead client advisor to affluent families. This position is located in our Houston, TX office.
-Serve as the lead wealth management advisor for a team helping affluent families identify and prioritize their goals & dreams. Oversee the design and ongoing implementation of a comprehensive wealth management plan for clients.
-Maintain/Develop in-depth expertise and global knowledge of wealth management services including financial planning, and investment management concepts
-Coordinate & work on multiple, concurrent client projects & complete assignments with minimum supervision
-Has thorough understanding of technical requirements & firm policy related to wealth management client services & is able to propose practical, supportable client solutions
-Actively participate in business development activities to identify, pursue & acquire new clients
-Develop contacts with others in the business, professional or civic community
-Bachelor’s degree in finance or related field required
-5+ years of wealth management/financial services experience required
-Must possess one of the following: CFP (preferred), CPA/PFS, CTFA, CHFC, or CIMA
-Experience helping grow a wealth management practice strongly preferred
-Experience overseeing junior-level advisors a plus
-Experience delivering comprehensive wealth management services to families
-Requires an individual who is a self-starter
-Must be passionate about serving clients
-Must be able to coordinate and work on multiple, concurrent projects
-Must able to complete assignments with minimal supervision
Chief Credit Officer Willamette Community BankAlbany, OR 4 days ago Full Time
Job Description The Chief Credit Officer exercises overall management of the Bank’s loan portfolio, loan approvals, loan documentation and risk management. Provides support and direction to lending staff, and oversees loan policies and procedures to ensure the overall quality of the bank’s lending portfolio. Supervises collection of problem loans. Recommends and assigns credit approval authorities in conformity with Board approved policies and maintains ongoing control over the credit risk rating system. The CCO is the primary driver of the credit culture and process that ensures a high quality, low risk loan portfolio. Oversees the CRA lending effort, and credit related compliance efforts. Takes a key role in the development of new credit products. Works closely with the loan production groups to ensure that credit decisions are made promptly and credit policy is clearly communicated to facilitate good customer service. Job Requirements
- Provide direction and outline expectations for Relationship Managers, Loan Operations and ultimately all lending staff
- Exercise oversight of the bank’s risk management to control risk in the Bank’s credit portfolio, maintain quality control over all parts of the risk management process, and minimize credit losses. Monitor the credit portfolio through periodic reviews of all underlying data.
- Exercise oversight of the internal credit risk review process for adequacy of risk ratings, regulatory compliance, loan policy conformance, and recovery of problem loans and the disposition of foreclosed assets.
- Exercise oversight of the Loan Administration process to ensure adequacy of loan documentation, credit and collateral documentation, regulatory compliance, loan policy conformance, the disbursement of loan proceeds and the collection of loan payments.
- Review and analyze credits as needed to conduct assigned credit approval authority; Determine if all credits submitted for approval meet sound underwriting standards and do not pose greater-than-acceptable risk.
- Establish and analyze financial metrics of the Bank’s loan portfolio for adherence to regulatory guidelines and analyze credit portfolios to pinpoint potential areas of weakness or concentrations that produce more than acceptable risk. Assist the management team in establishing financial metrics for the Bank’s loan portfolio for revenue enhancement, cost controls, loan pricing to guide bank management in improving earnings and in making strategic business decisions.
- Provide leadership and management to Loan Department employees to ensure satisfactory performance, adequate training, promotional and development opportunities and fair compensation in accordance with Bank policies. Provide adequate oversight to direct reports to assure that they perform their duties in accordance with Bank requirements and that they meet all audit, compliance, risk management and regulatory requirements, mandates and directives to operate in a safe and sound manner.
- Participate in the loan budgeting process, using financial metrics and other analytical tools to create the Bank’s short-term and long -term goals.
- Participate, with the CFO, in the evaluation of projected company cash flow through the maintenance of a loan pipeline reports and loan payoff reports.
- Provide input and assistance in decision-making on issues affecting the bank’s credit portfolio; i.e., evaluation of potential alliances, acquisitions/mergers, new products, underwriting and risk tolerance.
Collections Management Intern Coronado Museum of History & ArtCoronado, CA 4 days ago Full Time
Job Description The Coronado Historical Association is seeking a Collections Management Intern for Summer 2017 who will assist the Museum Director and Registrar & Curator of Collections with projects including, but not limited to collections care, exhibition development, interpretation research and facilitation, planning and presentation of educational programming, visitor services, special event coordination, marketing, and evaluation of programs and services over the course of the internship. The internship will provide training and hands-on experience in all stages of processing collections: research, rights assessment, and item-level and collection-level cataloging. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Help with registration work on organizing object and archival files.
- Make condition reports and measure dimensions for new accessions or as needed.
- Scan images, digitize documentation, or take digital photographs of new accessions.
- Assist in cataloging collections and reference materials using PastPerfect collections management software.
- Assist with research services.
- Assist in housing and organizing new accessions as well as collections movement.
- Assist Registrar in routine museum housekeeping of the storage facility and visitor centers.
- Coursework towards the completion of a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in History, Public History, Museum Studies.
- Extremely organized, detail-oriented.
- Effective oral and written communication skills; command of Adobe Acrobat and Microsoft Office, particularly Excel and Word.
- Ability to work independently and ensure that work is accomplished in a timely and accurate manner
- This opportunity is intended for an enthusiastic young professional with a deep interest in advancing his or her career goals in museum studies and history through hard work and commitment to the Coronado Historical Association’s' rich and unique cultural resources.
- Experience working with archives and museum or library collections.
Experienced CPA - Exciting Partner Opportunity Hough, MacAdam, Wartnik, Fisher & Gorman, LLCNorth Bend, OR 4 days ago Full Time
We are a locally owned and operated public accounting firm on the Southern Oregon Coast. For the right person with 3 or more years of experience, we want to talk to you! Come and join our team of talented and dynamic individuals at the largest accounting firm on the Oregon Coast. With ten CPAs on staff and a diverse client base, we provide a broad range of services including tax, audit, trust and estate planning, business valuation, consulting and litigation. With a history of both continual growth as well as current growth opportunities, the earning potential and career development for the right person is strong. Our culture is one of providing quality service to our clients, teamwork, balance and flexibility. We have a strong presence in our community and encourage marketing efforts that support our community. Please provide a cover letter and resume via email to email@example.com or send to Hough MacAdam Wartnik Fisher & Gorman, LLC, 3690 Broadway, North Bend, OR 97459 Attn: Tina Milburn, Business Administrator. For more information about our firm, visit our website at www.hmwcpas.com
Accounting Data Specialist II USA Ambulatory ServicesMobile, AL 4 days ago Full Time
About Us The University of South Alabama Health System helps people lead longer, better lives through its excellence in education, research and medical care. With more than 3,600 employees, USA's health network includes USA Medical Center, USA Children's & Women's Hospital, USA Mitchell Cancer Institute, USA Physicians Group and the USA College of Medicine. Each year, our team of 180 physicians, 240 residents and fellows, 70 advanced practitioners and 800 nurses handle some 185,000 clinic visits and 350,000 outpatient procedures. The USA Health System delivers 2,800 babies a year, more than any other regional hospital, and treats patients through some 60,000 emergency room visits annually. In addition to advanced and innovative patient care offered at University hospitals and clinics, USA's medical education programs provide first-class training experiences for the next generation of physicians and scientists. The USA Health System delivers excellence in care while improving the quality of life for residents across the Gulf Coast. The USA Health System is managed by the USA HealthCare Management, LLC. Essential Functions Performs clerical accounting work preparing computerized financial reports for distribution using Microsoft Excel and providing support to multiple departments within Ambulatory Services to include Orthopaedic Surgery and Surgery; maintains account ledgers and prepares statistical reports; performs work under the supervision of the department administrator; maintains accounting records pertaining to state funds, contracts, University, Medical Science Foundation, intramural and extramural grants, and drug studies; works closely with the research nurse and the Department of Grants & Contracts Accounting on various private and pharmaceutical research grants to complete all required paperwork; provides information and assistance in support of the preparation of budgets for the Departments of Surgery and Orthopaedic Surgery; maintains Medical Science Foundation accounts information; monitors transactions for efficient use of available funds; reconciles expenditures and receipts; assists departmental secretaries and staff with travel paperwork to include request to be absent and reimbursements; maintains personnel files and prepares Personnel Action Forms for the Departments of Surgery and Orthopaedic Surgery; provides advice and assistance regarding requisitions, departmental reporting requirements to departmental staff; supervises clerical staff to include assigning duties and checking work; regular and prompt attendance; ability to work schedule as defined and overtime as required; related duties as required. Minimum Requirements High school diploma or equivalent and four years financial reporting experience. PC and Microsoft Excel experience is preferred. Working Days and Hours Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Business Analyst Wright CountyWright County, MN 4 days ago Full Time
Job Posting General Duties: The Business Analyst (1) responds to the needs of Department management and end-users by analyzing business processes and supporting systems; (2) researches, evaluates, and recommends processes and technology solutions that will improve the efficiency and effectiveness of business processes; (3) performs enhancements to processes and applications to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of operations; and (4) serves as project manager in the implementation of business processes and information systems. Minimum Qualifications: The job requires a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university in Business Analysis or related field and three (3) years of experience in the area of business analysis, or an equivalent combination of education and experience totaling seven (7) years. The employee must have no criminal history record that would prevent access to criminal justice information data banks. To view complete posting and to apply, go to: www.co.wright.mn.us Jobs & Employment
City Clerk/Finance Director City AdministratorSibley, MN 4 days ago Full Time
Job Posting General Duties: City of Sibley seeks qualified applicants for the position of City Clerk/Finance Director. Position reports directly to City Administrator, performs a variety of clerical tasks using established procedures & processes according to City/State policies, regulations, and law. Minimum Requirements: High school graduate/equivalent and 2 years job related experience in municipal government accounting, financial management & budgeting, and human resources preferred. Salary DOQ. A job description and application is available at City Hall, 808 3rd Avenue, Sibley, 712-754-2541. Apply: Please send application, resume, cover letter and 3 professional references to Glenn Anderson, City Administrator, P.O. Box 126, Sibley, IA 51249 (or email: firstname.lastname@example.org). Applications taken until position filled. E.O.E.
Accounting 1 Specialist Blue Earth Light and Water's officeBlue Earth, MN 4 days ago Full Time
Job Posting General Duties: The selected candidate will be approachable and professional This position performs a wide variety of administrative and accounting and finance activities for accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, benefits administration, utility billing, analysis of general account activity, general office activities such as greeting customers and answering phones. Minimum Qualifications: This position requires a degree in accounting and must have at least two years of municipal accounting or five years of general accounting experience. Also, requires experience in computerized financial recordkeeping, proficiency in using spreadsheets, excellent organizational-analytical skills, and precision in working with details. Apply: All applications and resumes must be returned to Blue Earth Light and Water's office 125 East 7TH Street, Blue Earth, MN 56013. To obtain an application packet please visit the BELW website: BELW.org or call 507 526 2191 to request an application packet by mail. Starting pay will depend on qualifications.
Accounts Receivable Clerk I - Finance Office FinanceRapid City, SD 4 days ago Full Time
Description For a detailed job description, click here. Please thoroughly read through all minimum qualifications as outlined on the job description before applying. Applications that do not meet the minimum qualifications will not be accepted. Union AFSCME Union. Position Details Grade 9. Step 1. Days and hours may vary. Additional Information Applications must be received by the Human Resources Division by closing date and time stated above. DRUG FREE WORKPLACE: Effective January 1, 1994, a pre-employment drug screen is required prior to employment in any posted City position. A confirmed positive drug screen or evidence of applicant tampering with the sample will be basis for denial of employment for a period of six months from the date of testing. If you have concerns regarding this policy, please contact the City Human Resources Division. Applications and information may be obtained from the City website at rcgov.org
Accounting Clerk Strategic Staffing SolutionsRichmond, VA 4 days ago Full Time
Our Fortune 500 Financial client is looking for an Accounting Clerk for a contract position in Richmond, VA.
Details of an Accounting Clerk
Includes general accounting knowledge and experience, ability to examine, analyze and interpret accounting records, experience with general ledger, balance sheets and monthly reconciliation. Ability to process debits and credits, accounts payable and receivables, data entry and ability to make corrections of journal entries.
Skills and Experience of an Accounting Clerk
- Viewed as having significant expertise in given field.
- Applies extensive expertise and has full knowledge of other related disciplines.
- Applies advanced principles, theories, and concepts.
- Guides the successful completion of major projects and may function in a project leadership role.
- Develops solutions to complex problems, which require the regular use of ingenuity and creativity.
- Work is performed without appreciable direction.
-Proficient with Excel
-Knowledge of common AP systems (ie. Quick books)
-Experience working with detailed accounting work, reconciling numbers, etc.
Financial Analyst - 3386 FinanceWinston-Salem, NC 5 days ago Full Time
Description Under regular supervision, this position is responsible for maintaining information for healthcare analysis and audits Examples of Duties Assist in the preparation of setting employee benefit percentages; preparation of financial statements for the benefit funds; assist in budget preparation for the health, dental, workers' compensation, and retiree health & life funds; biweekly account reconciliation of the Employee Benefit Fund; review of all pension refunds, retirements, buy-backs, monthly reports, and pension reimbursements; assist with the biweekly payroll processing, including payroll adjustments, final pays, preparation of payroll wires, back up for processing AP interface; process Kronos imports and other Kronos duties for a biweekly payroll run. Typical Qualifications Minimum training and experience for the position includes a bachelor's degree, preferably in a related field (e.g., finance, accounting, public or business administration) supplemented by a minimum of two years of experience in a job related field. Candidates should have experience with personal computers and various software packages. Microsoft Word and Excel is preferred. Excellent interpersonal, communication and customer service skills are essential. Supplemental Information PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: (Reasonable accommodations may substitute for any physical requirements listed): Must be able to lift or move up to 25 lbs. And maneuver consistently within the office area and be able to work with small and large objects. Must possess excellent communication skills. This position will work indoors and may be exposed to repetitive motions/operations and long periods of sitting. THIS POSITION IS "EXEMPT" AND IS NOT ELIGIBLE FOR OVERTIME PAY.
Accountant (PT) Information Systems TechnologyChesterfield, VA 5 days ago Part Time
Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's degree with concentration in accounting and bookkeeping courses; two years of accounting/bookkeeping experience working with financial software systems; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Pre-employment drug testing, FBI criminal background check and education/degree verification required. Duties Monitor operating budget for five divisions within the Information Systems Technology Department; prepare reconciliations and quarterly budget projections. Maintain multiple spreadsheets to track expenditures, reconcile expenses and revenue. Manage over 100 vendor contracts for technology software and hardware products used by county departments. Prepare purchase requisitions and receive payments in financial system. Perform other work as required. Shift Monday - Friday between 8:30a.m. - 5:00p.m.; up to 28 hours/week Work Location Information Systems Technology
Program Assistant Department of Mental Health-MHC Charleston-DorchesterCharleston County, SC 5 days ago Full Time
Job Responsibilities The Department of Mental Health is a drug-free workplace. All candidates will be required to pass a mandatory pre-employment drug test. This position is located at 2100 Charlie Hall Boulevard, Charleston, SC 29414. Under general supervision, provides technical services in the area of third party billing processes. Develops and manages processes for all electronic and manual insurance billing for the mental health center. Handles all aspects of third party billing program and identifies problems and makes mistakes recommendations so that DMH can make necessary modifications. Minimum and Additional Requirements State: A high school diploma and related clerical experience may be substituted for a high school diploma. Internal: A high school diploma and two (2) years of experience in third party billing processes; or an Bachelor's degree and one year of experience in third party billing processes. We regret that due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to candidates individually regarding the status of their application or the status of the interview process. Additional Comments Supplemental questions are considered part of the official application. Please complete the state application to include all current and previous work history and education. A resume may be attached, but not substituted for completing work history and education sections of the employment application. The employment application will be considered incomplete and not forwarded.
Impact Fee Administrator and Project Accountant Finance DepartmentForsyth County Finance Department, GA 5 days ago Full Time
Position Information The annual salary range for this position is $48,544.00 - $75,243.00 DOQ. Job Summary Serves as the impact fee administrator authorized to interpret and implement all provisions of the impact fee ordinance and to carry out the general administration of all impact fees enacted by the county. Manages and implements the assessment and collection of impact fees; interprets the impact fee regulations for potential fee payers; reviews and acts on individual fee assessments and fee appeals; administers refund of impact fees as they become due; accesses the issuance of credits, and coordinates the impact fee trust fund. Provides assistance to departments for the incorporation of impact fees into their capital improvement budgets. Analyzes current County policies and procedures as they relate to impact fee administration. Coordinates capital projects as directed by the Finance Director and Chief Financial Officer; interfaces with various County staff and department directors on special projects. Prepares and maintains project budgets for the SPLOST, Impact Fee, Park/Transportation Bond funds. Prepares annual budgets for the Capital Outlay Fund.; forecasts/projects revenue, expenditures for the project budgets based upon historical data, research, and future plans; and inputs budgets for new fiscal year. Prepares monthly financial reports and budget reports; distributes financial/budget reports to County management and department management: provides technical expertise to department managers, finance staff, and the general public regarding interpretation and analysis of reports; provides information regarding budget status, encumbrance status and other accounting operations; researches account information; explains policies and procedures; and explains budget situations and recommends budgetary solutions. Develops the County's five-year CIP; updates the CIP annually to recommend financing of and appropriations for all capital projects; coordinates the CIP development with development of the operating budget to insure funding of future operating costs. Develops and maintains the capital replacement program, identifying the future funding needs for needed, scheduled replacements. Makes various presentations to the Board of Commissioners, citizen groups and other interested parties as required. Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting or Business/Public Administration supplemented by three (3) years experience in a professional level position; experience in impact fees preferred; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.