-Prepare monthly bank reconciliation for all bank accounts to the general ledger accurately in a timely manner, research discrepancies, and prepare adjusting transactions neccessary to make corrections to appropriate accounting records.
-Manage the financial activities of assigned funds
-Provide research and problem solving support for departmental personnel
-Provide support to the Controller on special projects and the annual audit
-Provide support in managing the financial activities of city's federal, state and local grants
-Provide support to maintain capital asset records, coordinating capital asset inventories, maintaining and updating the Accounting Policies and Procedures Manual for capital assets.
The ideal candidate will have the ability to identify problems, evaluate source(s) of problems, and develop solutions to address them. Work effectively under stressful conditions and deadlines. Demonstrate commitment to quality and accuracy of accounting-related data. Read and interpret difficult source documents. Communicate courteously and effectively with auditors, the public, all officials, and other city employees. Work with minimum level of supervision. Sit and use computer for extended periods of time. Effectively use spreadsheet software, word processing software, and other financial software.
A Bachelor's degree in Accounting from an accredited college or university is required. Must have over 2 years (preferably 5 years) of increasingly responsible technical accounting experience, bank reconciliation experience with mid to large size organization, municipality experience preferred. Knowledge of governmental accounting principles, practices and procedures preferred. Certified Public Accountant preferred.
Pay Range: $45,929 - $59,700/year depending on qualifications
Closing Date: Open Until Filled