Job Description

 OPEN
POSTING DATE:  05/24/2018
CLOSING DATE:  
POSTING NUMBER:  002591
LOCATION:  District Office
POSITION:  ACCOUNTING COORDINATOR
JOB QUALIFICATIONS:  

1. Require coursework in accounting or equivalent; years of experience may be substituted.
2. Require knowledge of accounting principles and practices.
3. Require experience on automated accounting systems.
4. Require experience with financial reconciliation.
5. Require experience with Excel.
6. Relate to students, staff and public in a positive manner.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  

Provide the district with support in areas of finance, payroll, federal projects, and to provide technical training as needed.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  

Responsibilities shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
1. Prepare, deposit, categorize, allocate and reconcile district revenues, expenses and cash.
2. Develop, generate, and analyze GL reports.
3. Maintain and reconcile bank accounts.
4. Develop, generate and analyze processes, reports, and procedures relevant to budget preparation and monitoring of all district budgets.
5. Maintain chart of accounts.
6. Work with automated accounting systems and assist with managing the business software utilized in the department.
7. Develop and maintain routing processes for all purchase orders and personnel action requests and temporary approvers.
8. Review and approve all personnel action requests, purchase orders and warehouse requisitions for coding and budget.
9. Manage invoicing and accounts receivable for services provided by district.
10. Perform all financial responsibilities associated with monitoring and reporting for Federal and State grants including processing reimbursement payment requests and completion reports.
11. Prepare and process all journal entries (including print shop, transportation, and food service chargebacks).
12. Maintain knowledge of computer systems, including InfiniteVisions, MS Office and accounting programs.
13. Administer financial aspects associated with the Medicaid Reimbursement Program.
14. Administer financial aspects of the Kids Tax Credit program.
15. Train staff in cash handling procedures.
16. Assist site staff as needed for fiduciary and budgetary concerns.
17. Work with auditors as needed.
18. Research and resolve financial and computer discrepancies.
19. Communicate effectively with staff, community, vendors, and government agencies.
20. Contribute to the team by accomplishing additional duties as assigned.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:  
EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION:  

 

LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to read and interpret documents in English as well as the ability to write routine correspondence in English. Ability to speak effectively in English before groups of customer or employees.

 

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of situations / issues. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written and verbal form.

 

EVALUATION: Performance will be evaluated by the Director of Finance.

 

SUPERVISION: Supervised by the Director of Finance.  Exercises no supervisory responsibilities.

 

MONTHS / HOURS:  
SALARY:  

Salary Range: $17.38-$26.80 (DOE)

 

52 Week/ Benefits

DAYS:  
 FROM - 8:00 am   TO - 4:30 pm
GRADE / STEP:  17
JPOSTING:  Y
 

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