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Fiscal Officer-Inventory Control

Starting Salary: $34,031.00
Hours per Week: 40 (Full-time)
Department: Finance

Primary Responsibilities:


The Fiscal Officer will perform a variety of accounting work. Responsibilities include but are not limited to entering employee timesheets, auditing employee travel, daily deposits and updating various databases. The fiscal officer will also be responsible for sorting and distributing departmental mail, filing, records retention and physical inventory as well as assisting with accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll as needed, with devising and implementing core inventory control procedures to meet the specific needs of the agency.

Essential Functions:


This position requires a minimum of an Associate’s Degree in accounting or business and/or five (5) years of experience in governmental accounting. The applicant should possess strong Microsoft Excel and Word skills. Must have solid understanding of the principles and practices of general accounting with a working knowledge of computer application in financial operations and the ability to maintain financial records as well as the ability to make mathematical computations. Must have ability to be accurate and thorough when dealing with figures. Have a working knowledge of inventory control practices, auditing inventory records and inventory control problem solving. Must have strong inter-personal skills and must have ability to establish an effective working relationship with others.

Desired Job Experience:


Five years of experience in governmental accounting.

Desired Education:


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Accounting/Business Administration;
Associates Degree

Other Qualifications:


Resume must be submitted with Prescreen application. Prescreen application must be received by 4:00 pm on February 15, 2017. Must be at least 18 years of age. Must be a legal citizen/alien resident of the United States. Equal Opportunity Employer with Veteran's Preference.

This posting will close 2017-02-15