Controller TroonLubbock, TX 16 hours ago Full Time
Troon is excited to announce the exceptional career opportunity of Controller in Lubbock, Texas. Qualified candidates will thrive in a hospitality environment and be highly focused on providing superior service for our guests.
Project Accountant - Houston, Texas Fugro (USA), Inc.Houston, TX 16 hours ago Full Time
We are currently seeking a Project Accountant to join our team. As a Project Accountant, you will be responsible for accurate and timely general accounting of multiple complex projects.
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Accountant/Fiscal Analyst III Department of Mental Health-Central OfficeRichland County, SC 1 day 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 the Department of Mental Health, Central Office, 2414 Bull Street, Columbia, SC 29201. Under general supervision, performs professional accounting duties associated with financial review and reporting and the Agency's Grant programs. Monitors awarded grants for efficient and effective use of funding. Monitors expenditures, revenue, purchase orders and contracts for Federal compliance of the OMB regulations and availability of funds. Works closely with center administrators in preparing various budget analyses and calculates and initiate budget adjustments. Loads grant budgets by grant, cost center and expenditure line, monitoring and aligning as necessary to forecast request and changes. Serves as a resource to the Project Director for budget guideline, revenue collection process, and compliance regulations pertaining to grants/contracts. Prepare a variety of regular and special internal grant accounting/financial statements and reports for staff, Directors and the DMH Commission. Responsible for preparing complex budget proposals for grant submission, coordinating meetings with appropriate staff and assist in the packaging of grant applications for electronic submission. Minimum and Additional Requirements A bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, business or related field and professional experience directly related, such as accounting, auditing, finance or commercial lending. Note: If any Agency Requirements are listed above, applicants must also meet those requirements to be considered for the position. Preferred Qualifications Considerable knowledge of principles, theories and practices of federal grants. Knowledge of electronic accounting systems. Extensive knowledge of grants accounting and management to include: Grantor relations, financial reporting, programmatic reporting. Knowledge of indirect cost principles and their application. Extensive knowledge of state government federal accounting procedures. Experience with SAP Grant Module. Employee must have the ability to work independently and analyze grant accounts and resolve issues as they arise. Additional Comments Supplemental questions are considered part of your 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.
Accountant City of MoorheadMoorhead, MN 1 day ago Full Time
Job Posting General Duties: The City of Moorhead is accepting applications for an Accountant in the Finance Division to perform advanced technical work in a variety of accounting and financial reporting functions supporting city-wide operations. This position is primarily responsible for the preparation of the CAFR and prepares much information in formulation of the annual budget. In addition, it is responsible for arbitrage compliance reporting, infrastructure records and participates heavily in the annual audit. Work is performed under the limited supervision of the Finance Director. Minimum Requirements: Education/Experience: Bachelor's degree with coursework in accounting finance or related field and four or more years of municipal accounting experience Special Requirements: Active CPA license; valid driver's license Position is open until filled. Apply online at: www.cityofmoorhead.com
Senior Clerk (Treasurer's Office) Treasurer's OfficeRockwall, TX 1 day ago Full Time
Job SUMMARY: The purpose of this position is to perform a variety of accounting, cash management and administrative tasks in support of the operations of the Office of County Treasurer. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Reconcile multiple bank accounts on a monthly basis, to include the county’s main bank account, CSCD (Adult Probation) accounts, and District and County Clerk accounts. Reconcile Investment Accounts, record interest earned and prepare Investment Reports. Perform all accounting tasks and cash management tasks for the Rockwall County Emergency Services Corporation. Prepare and submit all quarterly state filings to the State Comptroller Office, including but not limited to Criminal and Civil Reports. Receipt deposits submitted by county departments. Perform all accounting tasks for the CSCD. Enter payroll information into the county’s accounting system as required. Coordinate outside audits for the CSCD and Emergency Services Corporation. Perform administrative tasks such as, answering office phone, picking up incoming office mail, processing outgoing office mail, and filing paperwork. Update and Manage the County Treasurer’s section of the county website Scan receipts for archive purposes. Performs other duties as assigned. SUPERVISORY/BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES: This position has no supervisory or budget responsibility. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Basic knowledge of MS Word and Excel, and ability to learn accounting calculator operation. Knowledge of NetData (financial software) or ability to learn. Knowledge of QuickBooks financial software is a plus (or ability to learn) but not required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High School diploma or equivalent experience
Administrative Coordinator New Prague CityNew Prague, MN 1 day ago Full Time
Job Posting General Duties: The City of New Prague is accepting applications for the position of a full-time Administrative Coordinator. Applicant to perform a variety administrative and office support type work. Duties included, but not limited to, attending bi-weekly City Council Meetings; preparation of a variety of meeting packets, coordinating and processing of City permits and licensing functions; handling record keeping of all City ordinances, resolutions, contracts, etc.; performs tasks for multiple supervisors; enters payments from customers and other City departments; answers, directs phone calls and assists walk-in customers; and other general administrative tasks and responsibilities. Provides bi-annual election administration. Candidate will act as back-up to receptionist/clerk and assist at the golf course conducting daily cash deposit and reports. Minimum Qualifications: Applicant must be proficient in MS Word, Outlook, Excel and Power Point. Applicant must possess an Associates/Technical degree with 3-years of work experience in administration, accounting or clerical related field. Apply: Application, supplemental questionnaire and job description will be available on-line at www.ci.new-prague.mn.us. Please send application & questionnaire to City of New Prague, Patty Solheid, Finance Director, 118 Central Avenue N., New Prague, MN 56071.
Accountant I Revenue DepartmentLincoln, NE 1 day ago Full Time
Description This position is primarily involved in researching, compiling and reconciling accounting information. Position is under the general supervision of the Budget Officer III. The Department of Revenue does not sponsor non-immigrant work visas for this position. Examples of Work Advise retailers verbally or in writing of interpretations of Lottery policy and procedures, answer inquiries, and/or clarify matters in question. Review retailer sales data and payment histories to establish Lottery bonding requirements. Extract and reconcile sales data from various computer systems to facilitate preparation of daily MUSL report, weekly charts/graphs to management for analysis and planning, and assist with preparation of monthly financial report. Responsible for inventory of premium items including posting data to worksheets to establish and maintain records of all transactions, balance and/or reconcile worksheets and accounts to verify accuracy, and coordinate requests for premium items and monitor inventory levels. Assist with answering questions from players and process claim payments to winners, reconcile daily claim center sales and weekly Athletic Commission event activity, and other activity as assigned. Qualifications / Requirements REQUIREMENTS: Post high school coursework in accounting, finance, business administration or related field or vocational school OR experience performing accounting, functions including interpreting and analyzing financial data. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge of: Accounting policies and procedures. Skills in: Using complex computerized accounting systems and/or databases. Communicating effectively with wide variety of individuals. Maintaining and organizing records. Ability to: Communicate effectively by telephone, face-to-face, and in writing to exchange information; maintain and reconcile accounts; extract data from established accounts and prepare reports; compute and compile financial data.
Benefits Specialist Saint Paul CitySaint Paul, MN 1 day ago Full Time
Job Posting Job Description: Performs expert-level administrative support work in benefits administration. Provides employees and retirees forms to enroll or make changes. Determines if request for enrollment or changes meet legal requirements. Audits various billings for accuracy, researches and reconciles errors, and forwards for payment. Reviews reports and records from the City, provider, insurer, and third-party administrator and reconciles any discrepancies. Requirements: Four years of increasingly responsible administrative experience is required. Two years of experience must be in current benefits administration involving coordination and explanation of benefit programs, procedures, and eligibility criteria. Some experience interpreting federal and state laws, labor contracts; and some experience using human resources and/or benefits software packages is required. Apply: For more information and to apply, please visit our website at www.stpaul.gov/jobs
Cashier/Clerk Supreme Court (Court AdministratorLincoln, NE 1 day ago Full Time
Description The Lancaster County Court in Lincoln, NE is accepting applications for a Cashier Clerk. Under the supervision of a Division Manager, work involves continuous contact with the public in receiving high volume payments for fines and fees collected by the county court. Examples of Work Duties include issuing receipts, responding to inquiries, balancing cash daily; data entry of court information and payments; and sorting and filing of court records. Qualifications / Requirements REQUIREMENTS: Graduation from high school or equivalent supplemented by completion of courses in accounting or bookkeeping, with at least one year of experience in processing and/or accounting for large sums of money. PREFERRED: County Court experience preferred. The ability to speak Spanish is desired but not required. OTHER: Successful completion of training in JUSTICE (the statewide computer system) will be required on the job. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge and ability operating a computer, calculator and other standard office equipment; and good communication skills are required. Knowledge of standard bookkeeping procedures/practices and financial procedures/regulations.
Senior Accountant/Deputy Treasurer FinanceWest Allis, WI 1 day ago Full Time
Job This position is responsible for professional municipal accounting and treasury work of moderate to advanced difficulty as well as directing and reviewing work of employees engaged in treasury management, accounting, and related activities. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Prepares for, creates, balances, collects, and reconciles the property tax process involving approximately 20,000 real estate and personal property tax bills; coordinates and processes tax settlements with other taxing jurisdictions per Wisconsin State Statutes; handles final annual settlement of delinquent real estate tax bills with Milwaukee County; oversees and completes the accounting, financial analysis, financial reporting, rate analysis/rate making, regulatory reporting, and annual budgeting for the City’s enterprise funds, with the four main enterprise funds being Water Utility, Sanitary Sewer Utility, Storm Water Fund, and Solid Waste Fund; assists with General Fund accounting, budgeting and analysis as necessary; responsible for year-end account closings and reconciliations as required for annual audit; responsible for establishing proper cash handling procedures in the Treasurer’s Office as well as cash handling procedures and reporting from other City departments where payments are collected; oversees and is responsible for the daily operations and controls of the City Treasurer’s Office including, but not limited to, managing and coordinating of lock box services, credit card payment processing services, and payment collection at remote sites; reconciles daily cash deposits to general ledger and various subsidiary ledgers (tax billing system, utility billing, special assessments, etc.); supervises Treasurer’s Office employees; trains staff on cash handling and collections procedures, software, and services to citizens/customers; serves as the main customer service lead, assisting customers with questions and resolving disputes; assists the Finance Director in managing the City’s banking relationships, cash management services, and the citywide investment function to ensure safety of principal, appropriate liquidity, and appropriate yield; develops internal control procedures and monitors deposit and withdrawal banking activity; establishes and manages banking relationships to facilitate the business of the City; records investment transactions and reconciles related general ledger accounts; prepares monthly cash management and investment summary reports; prepares year-end Public Service Commission Report for the Water Utility; assists with preparation of quarterly financial reporting to Common Council; assists auditors with year-end audit; administers bank and investment accounts; processes fund transfers between bank accounts, wire transfers, and ACH payments as needed; attends meetings and City functions as needed; recommends changes in procedures and processes to improve efficiency; supports initiatives such as strategic planning, LEAN, and innovation; maintains prompt, predictable, and regular physical attendance; provides truthful and accurate written and verbal communications; maintains the ability to competently and credibly testify in court; maintains ability to lawfully operate a designated motor vehicle at all times that duties are performed; maintains ability to travel throughout and enter all different properties in the jurisdiction; performs other duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Training and Experience: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field and three years of recent professional accounting paid work experience. Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Certification as a Wisconsin Municipal Treasurer is desirable. Supervisory experience along with experience in local government accounting/regulatory accounting, finance, budgeting, property tax, and municipal debt is preferred. Proficient in the use of an office computer/software including, but not limited to, Windows and Microsoft Office applications (Word, Outlook, Excel, and Calendaring) and other modern office equipment; experience with electronic accounting applications, electronic cash management applications, and other related software applications is required. Completion of CVMIC Pre-Supervisory Certification program or equivalent is required within two years of appointment. Completion of National Incident Management System (NIMS) training, ICS-100 and Independent Study-700, within 6 months of appointment. Ability to work nights, weekends, overtime, and odd hours when situations require such duty. Possession of a valid WI Driver’s license. Knowledge and Skills: Considerable knowledge of accounting principles, practices, and applicable laws and regulations of governmental accounting/auditing; considerable skill in the application of general principles and practices used in modern accounting and auditing methods; considerable skill in preparing fiscal audits; considerable skill in preparing thorough and concise financial analysis; considerable skill in working with and for various governmental agencies; considerable skill in analyzing accounts and making journal entries; working knowledge of automated accounting applications/systems; ability to quickly adapt to and learn specialized software systems and databases; considerable knowledge of modern office practices, procedures, and equipment; ability to exhibit strong leadership skills and problem-solving skills; ability to exercise sound judgment and make sound decisions; ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment; ability to maintain accurate and complete records; ability to prepare clear and concise reports; ability to organize and work independently and to complete the work in a timely manner; possess the emotional intelligence to effectively perform the duties of the position; considerable skill in analyzing procedural efficiency; demonstrated ability to promote innovation, operational excellence, and continuous improvement; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a diverse population of people with varied academic, cultural, and socio-economic backgrounds using tact, diplomacy and courtesy, including, but not limited to, supervisors, coworkers, other employees, and the public. Physical Job Demands: Possess the physical capacity to perform the duties of the position including, but not limited to, the following: continuous sitting, walking, and standing; occasional lifting/carrying up to 50 lbs.; frequent stretching/reaching of arms; frequent arching of neck; occasional physical exertion moving, pulling, or pushing objects or materials up to 50 lbs.; ability to continuously bend, kneel, twist, stoop, squat, etc.; and the ability to focus for long periods of time while working on computers or projects.
Accounting Clerk Administrative ServicesLaguna Woods, CA 1 day ago Full Time
Job The City of Laguna Woods is seeking a full-time Accounting Clerk to perform a variety of accounting and payroll duties for the Administrative Services Department including, but not limited to, processing accounts payable, reconciling cash register drawers, and other duties of an administrative, clerical, and technical nature (e.g., accounts payable and accounts receivable functions, bank reconciliation assistance, deposit preparation, and filing). Any combination of education and experience that provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for this position is qualifying. A typical way of obtaining the required qualifications is to possess a high school diploma confirming completion of the twelfth grade and one year of work experience involving relevant operations and activities. Prior experience in a municipal accounting support position and possession of an Associate degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in accounting, business administration, or a similar subject is highly desirable. To view the job classification, please visit http://www.cityoflagunawoods.org/government/employment/.
Financial Reporting Analyst III AccountingChesterfield, VA 1 day ago Full Time
Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's degree in accounting or finance or a related field, along with a minimum of three years of related work experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Substantial working knowledge of computer applications including Excel, Word and Access; ability to communicate effectively at all levels within a large, diverse organization; a CPA or CPA candidate is preferred but not required. Pre-employment drug testing, FBI criminal background check and education/degree verification required. Duties Application of comprehensive knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles for governmental entities to financial transactions; preparation of financial statements and notes; preparation of audit work papers; accounting for the county's long-term debt including monitoring post-issuance compliance; compilation and analysis of various federal and state reports; attendance of monthly board meetings for an affiliated entity; analysis and interpretation of authoritative accounting literature; reconciling general ledger accounts to expected balances; compiling journal entries; and completing special projects as assigned. Perform other work as required. Shift Monday - Friday; 8:30a.m. - 5:00p.m.; additional hours as needed. Work Location Accounting
Accounting Clerk II Treasurer's OfficeSt. George, SC 1 day ago Full Time
Description This is a class specification and not an individualized job description. A class specification defines the general character and scope of responsibilities of all positions in a job classification, but it is not intended to describe and does not necessarily list every duty for a given position in a classification. All County employees are considered public servants for the citizens of Dorchester County. When requested before, during, or after an emergency event, County employees are expected to work and serve the public in coping with the emergency. Duties EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL TASKS (ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY) (A single person may not perform all of these tasks. An individual may also perform additional task.) Performs a variety of clerical accounting duties in support of the preparation and maintenance of accounting records for assigned department. May perform clerical and accounting duties peculiar to the department to which assigned. Processes accounts payable for assigned accounts; communicates with vendors and County personnel / officials regarding invoices; resolves discrepancies and expedites the accounts payable process as necessary; generates accounts payable checks; processes voided checks. Collects, receipts, and deposits various monies, which may include County taxes, fees, fines and other payments. Posts payments to appropriate accounts; verifies account balances. Assists in reconciling bank statements and accounts. Enters daily deposits, withdrawals and journal entries into general ledger / computer. Maintains and balances cash drawer. Enters data for accounting records and reports prepared by co-workers and/or received from other departments. Maintains vendor records. Answers the telephone; provides requested information and/or forwards calls to appropriate staff person; greets and assists office visitors. Receives and responds to inquiries, concerns, complaints and requests for assistance in areas of responsibility. Processes, copies, indexes, files, transmits and/or maintains various financial, legal and/or administrative documents. Performs general clerical duties as required, including but not limited to typing reports and correspondence, copying and filing documents, entering and retrieving computer data, sending and receiving faxes, processing mail, etc. Assists co-workers with clerical duties as necessary. Attends training, meetings, seminars and/or workshops as required to enhance job knowledge and skills. Qualifications VOCATIONAL/EDUCATIONAL PREPARATION: Requires high school diploma or GED equivalent supplemented by formal training, special courses or self-education that is equivalent to satisfactory completion of one year of college education or specialized advanced training in accounting, bookkeeping, secretarial science or a closely related field. SPECIAL CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES: None. EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Requires over one year and up to and including three years.
Accountant I Department of LaborLincoln, NE 5 days ago Full Time
Description The Nebraska Department of Labor is seeking a professional, self-motivated and detail-oriented individual to perform accounts payable work. The Accountant I will be under general supervision of the Accounting and Finance Manager. Hours: 8-5, Monday - Friday. Job location is 550 South 16th Street, Downtown. Examples of Work Review accounts payable documents for completeness and accuracy. Reconcile account discrepancies and independently prepare resolutions to correct discrepancies performing account adjustments and post to correct business unit and object code to ensure the information is accurate and complete and meets the established agency requirements. Process multiple accounts payable documents including entering data onto forms and into the state accounting system. Ensure proper accounting coding on various documents. Compute amounts to be disbursed/collected and apply established collection, discount and/or refund procedures. Sort and file correspondence and records to ensure uniform storage and generate standardized reports. Approve and pre-audit other accounts payable documents prepared by other team members. Request additional backup documentation from program coordinators. Serve as backup for preparing daily deposits. Request E1 address book numbers for vendors and participants. Serve as backup up switchboard operator as needed. Qualifications / Requirements REQUIREMENTS: Post high school coursework in accounting, finance, business administration or related field or vocational school OR experience performing accounting functions including interpreting and analyzing financial data. PREFERRED: Associates degree in accounting, finance, business administration or related field plus two years' demonstrated experience in accounting practices. One or more years' experience with the State of Nebraska Payroll and Financial Center including A/P and pre-auditing of A/P would be helpful. Preference given to those with previous experience working with the Payroll & Financial Center (EnterpriseOne-- E1, Nebraska Information System--NIS). Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook applications. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge of: the principles and practices of accounting concepts and procedures. Skill in: listening to and understanding information received; using mathematical methods; using logic and reasoning to resolve problems. Ability to: interpret and apply the appropriate State and agency rules, regulations, and standards as they pertain to accounting/finance operations; communicate effectively with others; employ professionalism and good judgment; work independently, meet deadlines, and be punctual and dependable.
Accounting Specialist I Human ServicesFremont, CA 5 days ago Full Time
Description The City of Fremont Human Services Department is seeking an enthusiastic and skilled Accounting Specialist I. View Our Job Announcement The recruitment closes April 28, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. A resume and cover letter must be submitted with the completed City application and online supplemental questionnaire. Applications submitted without a resume and cover letter may not be considered. To apply for this outstanding employment opportunity, please complete an application package online by clicking "Apply" just above this box. For additional information, please contact Human Resources Department at: 3300 Capitol Ave., Building B Fremont, CA 94538 Ph: (510) 494-4660 firstname.lastname@example.org
Financial Analyst FinanceWaterloo, IA 5 days ago Full Time
Job Professional administrative staff position responsible for directing, coordinating and monitoring the City’s fiscal budgeting activities, coordinating and monitoring banking activities, coordinating and monitoring the purchasing activities of all City departments according to the purchasing policy of the City Council, supervising the accounts payable function of the City, coordinating and reconciling general ledger and accounts, and completing grant administration and drafting grant applications. Bachelor's Degree in finance, accounting, public administration or closely related field from an accredited college or university. (candidates with CPA will be given preference) and minimum three years experience in financial administration or closely related area; prefer municipal finance or accounting experience. Submit resume by going to www.cityofwaterlooiowa.com clicking on Career Opportunities, reviewing the Financial Analyst description and following directions to submit cover letter and resume. We will not accept mailed, faxed, hand-delivered or directly emailed resumes. Deadline to submit resume is Noon Friday, May 12, 2017. Candidates who submitted a resume earlier this year do not need to reapply
AR Accountant II (61035519) Department of Transportation-HeadquartersRichland County, SD 6 days ago Full Time
Job Responsibilities Serves as a lead within the SCDOT Accounts Receivable area providing primary accounting support in the establishment and management of receivables and application of cash against receivables. Routinely analyzes accounting activities as assigned and/or required (daily, monthly, yearly, etc.) to determine correctness and accuracy of financial information. Reconciles accounting activities as assigned and/or required (monthly, quarterly, yearly, etc.) Ensures reconciliation includes supporting information from both sources being reconciled and it includes the items needed to resolved the reconciling item(s). Develops and produces for approval journal entries that 1.) affects the change identified on the reconciliation or 2.) are responsive to requests from management and various departments of SCDOT for amendments to the financial records. Provides financial reporting and financial statements as assigned and required. Reporting may be for internal and external purposes and from any and all systems used to house financial information. Serves as the back up to other accounting staff and perform other duties as requested and assigned by management. Minimum and Additional Requirements An associate degree and six (6) years of professional experience in a related area such as accounting, auditing, finance, or commercial lending; or an approved acceptable equivalence in accordance with State Human Resources Regulations. A valid motor vehicle operator's license. A valid motor vehicle operator's license is required.
Financial Specialist Ehlers & AssociatesRoseville, MN 6 days ago Full Time
Job Posting General Duties: Ehlers and Associates has a great opportunity for a Financial Specialist in our Roseville office. As a Financial Specialist, you will assist governmental entities, special authorities and districts in multiple states with developing multi-year financial forecasts and other financial planning models for governmental and enterprise funds used by administration and governing bodies for rate setting, crafting policies and make rate setting decisions. Draft proposals, formal reports and PowerPoint presentations. Assist clients with various functions related to Tax Increment Financing (TIF), including preparation of annual TIF reporting forms submitted to the Minnesota Office of the State Auditor (OSA); resolution of issues related to TIF reporting, TIF Management plans, reconciliation and quality control reviews of TIF plans, accounting records, and state reporting forms. Ehlers offers a great environment, along with excellent pay and benefits! Apply: For more information please visit our website at www.ehlers-inc.com or use the following link to apply: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1476760
Accounting Clerk II Department of Administrative ServicesLincoln, NE 6 days ago Full Time
Description The Department of Administrative Services is looking for the right person to help the Accounting Division continue to provide excellent customer service to the great employees of the State of Nebraska while looking for ways to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the job. Examples of Work This position is responsible for processing wage attachments, monitoring and calculating related withholding amounts, reviewing reports and validating payment amounts in compliance with the mandates of State and Federal guidelines. Also responsible for communication with courts, creditors, agencies and employees by phone, email and/or written correspondence. Other duties include interim payroll payments and resolving issues with direct deposits and entering and managing payroll cards for State employees. Qualifications / Requirements REQUIREMENTS: Post high school coursework/training in accounting, bookkeeping, business administration, finance or related field OR experience with clerical accounting procedures including double-entry accounting. PREFERRED: One year of payroll experience. Experience with Microsoft Office Suite/Outlook. Experience using Nebraska Information System. OTHER: Must have regular and reliable attendance. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities High skills in analyzing, communication, organization and accurate data entry along with being extremely detail oriented. Knowledge of child support and garnishment processes. Ability to prioritize work.
Accountant/Auditor I/II/III AuditorYreka, CA 6 days ago Full Time
Description DEFINITION Under general direction, to perform a variety of accounting, fiscal analysis, and auditing in the preparation, maintenance, and analysis of County fiscal records and financial transactions; to learn County fiscal policies, procedures, and computerized fiscal management, payroll, and property tax systems; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the entry and first working level in the Accountant/Auditor class series. Incumbents perform a variety of accounting and auditing work requiring some knowledge and background. Incumbents may be assigned to a special work areas as dictated by the needs of the Auditor/Controller/Recorder's Office. This class is distinguished from Accountant/Auditor II by performing a lesser of scope fiscal management and analysis work and the fact many of the assignments may be performed in a learning capacity, while an incumbent becomes familiar with County fiscal policies, procedures, and computerized financial management, payroll, and property tax systems. An incumbent is learning the computerized systems with the goal of gaining the capability to exercise a coordinating role as they advance to the higher levels in the series. When sufficient job knowledge and work skills have been demonstrated, an incumbent may be promoted to the Accountant/Auditor II level. REPORTS TO Supervising Accountant/Auditor, Assistant Auditor/Controller/Recorder, Auditor/Controller/Recorder. CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED Incumbents may provide some work direction and coordination for fiscal support staff and payroll staff. Examples of Duties In a training, learning, and basic working capacity: performs accounting work in the establishment and maintenance of County fiscal records; maintains a variety of ledgers and journals; reviews fiscal records to ensure proper disbursement of funds; maintains and balances revenue information; oversees employee insurance administration; audits financial records and prepares information for final audits; prepares a variety of financial reports and statements; assists with the development and control of County budget information; oversees and coordinates County payroll functions; performs special financial analysis assignments; coordinates balancing of County cash accounts with the banks and Treasurer/Tax Collector's Office; coordinates posting of journal entries; reconciles problem accounts; oversees contract administration; provides work direction, coordination, and training for fiscal support staff in the Auditor/Controller's Office and County departments; serves as a liaison with other government agencies, auditors, and the public; provides first line contact with contract auditors, preparing and providing documentation for the annual audit; performs verification of draft financial audit reports; performs adjusting entries, after verification as requested in audit reports; provides other County staff with a variety of information regarding fiscal processes and procedures; learns the County's computerized financial management, payroll, and property tax systems with the goal of exercising coordination responsibilities. Typical Qualifications Training and Experience: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Education equivalent to successful completion of courses required for a major in accounting at an accredited four (4) year college or university, or successful completion of a professional accounting curriculum which included courses in elementary and advanced accounting, auditing, cost accounting, and business law. Special Requirements: None. Supplemental Information TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 25 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an office environment; continuous contact with other staff.