Under the direction of the Business Manager, the position performs professional accounting activities related to the preparation, maintenance and review of financial records, accounts and reports for the District; provides technical assistance to District personnel regarding accounting and budgeting policies, procedures and requirements and does related work as may be required.
Performs professional accounting work in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. (E)
Performs responsible and technical accounting tasks related to the preparation and management of accounting records and reports, such as revenue, expenditures, assets and liabilities for various federal, state and locally funded programs. (E)
Answers questions and provides a variety of information and assistance to District and other personnel regarding budgets, account and related information; provides technical expertise and direction regarding accounting issues and discrepancies; coordinates activities with other departments and District personnel. (E)
Prepares a variety of comprehensive financial statements and reports. (E)
Analyzes data and prepares projections, financial statements and reports providing statistical and financial information. (E)
Maintains records and reports for various accounting areas, including expenditures and revenues, payroll, ledger accounts and accounts payable and receivable. (E)
Prepares, reviews and corrects school, department and County budget and expenditure transfers; verifies account numbers and related information; analyzes budget documentation to assure that expenditures are properly charged and do not exceed appropriations; makes recommendations accordingly. (E)
Prepares monthly retirement earnings and contribution reports; corresponds with various retirement agencies; disperses monthly contributions to appropriate agencies. (E)
Receives, reviews and updates employee records for garnishment deductions; disperses payments accordingly to proper agencies.
Advises and assists site staff with bookkeeping, software use, and policies and procedures.
Prepares and maintains bank reconciliations for various accounts according to District procedures.
A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution with a major in accounting or business administration.
Minimum of three (3) years of responsible accounting experience involving bookkeeping, account records, financial processes and reporting with responsibility for general ledgers, special funds, payroll, budget conformity, and governmental reports.
One (1) year in a responsible accounting position within a public school district or county office of education or comparable private or government agency is desired.
Additional Salary Information: Fringe Benefits: Family medical, dental, vision, employee life insurance.