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Job Title: Accounting Assistant (A/P)
Reports to: Accounting Supervisor
Beginning Hourly Range: $14.50 – 16.00
Full Time, Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
ACCOUNTING ASSISTANT – A/P
Helping children and empowering families by providing safety, advocacy and support.
II.NATURE OF WORK
The Accounting Assistant (A/P) is primarily responsible for processing invoices and payments in a timely matter while maintaining accuracy in account numbers so that financial reports are accurate. The position is supervised by the Accountant.
III.DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Key invoices and check requests as they come in. This includes coding with correct account and sub numbers, making sure proper approval has been provided, and documentation is attached.
- Process checks/direct deposit every Monday and Thursday. This includes proper attachment of check stubs, getting signature(s) and sorting/distributing to mailboxes, mailroom, and various locations.
- Mileage checks are cut around the 5thof every month. Verify supervisor signatures, scan mileage for accuracy- verifying on map website if questionable, code with account numbers and make sure receipts are attached. Look for any training expenses.
- Process voided checks.
- Cash sheet must be updated with all checks cut, voided, and deleted daily.
- Send Positive Pay to bank for all checks cut and voided.
- Record expenses for certain restricted funds on Gifts spreadsheet.
- File all invoices and check requests.
- Agency Credit Cards– complete monthly spreadsheet and give to Accountant.
- Deposits- Daily:
- Daily Remote Deposits run every afternoon (after mail comes).
- Request bank courier as needed for cash deposits.
- Knapp Campus Petty Cash- Weekly:
- Receive petty cash (9 pouches) from Knapp campus every Friday.
- Request bank courier for deposit of petty cash and withdrawal of weekly replenishment.
- Review petty cash logs looking for proper documentation.
- Apply Counseling payments in online record system.
- Other Duties:
- New Staff Orientation – when asked, go to meeting and briefly describe mileage vouchers and A/P check processing.
- Petty Cash for Business Office – oversee petty cash requests and replenish when necessary.
- 1099’s– process in January. Request W-9’s and send out 1099 reminders.
- Accounting supplies (envelopes, checks, 1099 forms)–keep stocked.
- Maintain a current written procedure for all facets of the accounts payable operation.
- CWTI- collection of proper documentation and invoicing.
- Other duties as assigned by supervisor.
IV.ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
- Ability to communicate verbally and effectively to exchange information with coworkers, peers, the community, and others involved in your position.
- Ability to maintain a stationary position for extended periods of time.
- Ability to use a key board and ten-key numerical pad with speed and accuracy.
- Ability to determine and assess job related documents and visually utilize Agency equipment.
- Ability to physically handle and perform job related functions, including the operation of Agency equipment.
- Ability to lift and transport 20lbs.
V.MINIMUM PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
- 3-5 years office experience, Associate’s Degree in Business or Accounting preferred.
- Experience in billing and accounting functions or an accounting/business degree.
- Experience in the proficient use of accounting software, paperless A/P system, spreadsheets, and word processing applications.
- Exercises good judgment. Trustworthy.
- Ability to get along with and work well with others.
- Good oral and written communication skills.
- Good organizational skills.
- Good computer skills.
- Valid driver’s license, adequate insurance with a car available at all times.
- Adaptability and willingness to accept change.
- Ability to work with a variety of people both within and outside the Agency. Able to create a positive image for the agency in the community and with others with whom daily contact is required.
- Become familiar with and follow the code of ethics for your profession and to abide by the related agency standards.
- Possess an understanding and sensitivity to the client’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics.
- Knowledge of community resources.
- Advanced business and accounting training.
- Interest in child welfare.
- Positive acceptance of supervision in order to learn and be trained in job-related functions.
- Personal qualities of organizational skills, assertiveness, good judgment, conscientiousness, attention to detail, and timeliness.
- Good moral character.
- A personal commitment to the Agency’s mission, philosophy, and values.