Senior Accounting Clerk
Under limited supervision, performs a variety of accounting support functions, disperses payment, reconciles accounts, and prepares reports of accounting transactions; and performs related duties as assigned.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Which are not in any hierarchical order)
1. Prepares, processes, and verifies bank deposits, journal entries and accounting reports.
2. Verifies and reconciles accounts, such as petty cash, cash clearing, and utility billings.
3. Verifies and reconciles accounts receivable transactions, such as utility payments, licensing and permit fees and fines.
4. Prepares, verifies and reconciles accounts payable transactions, such as purchase requisitions, invoices, and payroll.
5. Enters financial data into appropriate accounting and computer systems.
6. Maintains records and files associated with various business transactions.
7. May supervise staff or serve in a lead capacity.
8. Performs duties as the City’s Procurement Card Administrator.
9. Responds to all lien queries received online and telephone calls.
10. Prepares and files lien satisfaction and releases.
11. May perform back-up duties for other positions within the work group.
12. Performs other related duties
Salary$19.43 hourly -Pay grade 46
QualificationsAssociate’s degree from an accredited college or university or an accredited technical school with a major in Accounting, Finance or Business and two (2) years of bookkeeping, accounting, or finance experience, or any equivalent combination of training and experience.
To be considered valid (or verified) for position qualification purposes, and consistent with City Hiring Policy 4-5, a High School, GED or equivalent diploma, and all higher education degrees or certifications must have been issued by
a) a public education institution in the State of Florida or any State or Territory of the United States; or
b) an institution accredited by an accrediting organization that is recognized by the Florida Department of Education or the U.S. Department of Education; or
c) an institution that is accredited by an organization that is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA); or
d) an institution whose degree or certification is accepted by institutions identified in either a), b), or c), above, for the purpose of admission to institutions identified in either a), b), or c) above.
International degrees will be evaluated to determine if they satisfy qualification requirements.
Questions? Contact: HRSupport@wpb.org