Accountant - Community Service Council

 

12/19/2018

Agency Name: Community Service Council

Address: 16 East 16th Street Ste 202

Website Address: csctulsa.org

Contact Name: Carol Collins

Job Inquiry Phone: 9186994275

Job Inquiry Email: ccollins@csctulsa.org

Job Opening Title: Accountant

Job Opening Description:
General responsibilities include performance of various accounting and bookkeeping functions; and assisting the CFO and other staff in the various CSC divisions. Specific responsibilities include oversight of accounts payable and receivable; grant allocation and reporting; financial analysis; reconciliations; payroll; month and year end close; and, audit preparation and reporting responsibilities.

Job Opening Basic Qualifications:
. Bachelor's degree in accounting or related field, prefer 3 years of bookkeeping experience. 
. Understand GAAP and accounting principles.
. Strong analytical and accounting skills with attention to detail.
. Skilled operating MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook, and QuickBooks Desktop.
. Able to work independently and handle multiple deadline-driven projects simultaneously.
. Perform professionally and communicate effectively with a wide variety of people and groups.
. Employ strong verbal and written communication / interpersonal skills.

Job Description Summary:
. Accounts Receivable (A/R) functions include: record A/R from monthly billing submissions; prepare customer invoices; code and post charges and receipts in accounting system; coordinate / prepare daily deposits and submit via digital check processor; receive and deposit cash at bank; maintain documentation for monthly bank and A/R reconciliations; monitor customer accounts for delayed payment or non-payment; etc. 
. Accounts Payable (A/P) functions include: verify proper documentation (w-9, worker's comp affidavits, etc. maintain and update as required); code and authorize disbursements; apply project allocations / re-allocations to disbursements; enter payable data into accounting system; process contracts and invoices for payment - print checks - execute Positive Pay - obtain signatures (CEO & CFO) - distribute checks as directed; monitor / analyze discrepancies and unpaid invoices/checks; maintain A/P vendor and contractor files; reconcile monthly credit card statements and submit charges for payment; and, research and resolve A/P issues / disputes as required.
. General Accounting (GA) functions include: general ledger maintenance support; reconcile balance sheet accounts / document findings; prepare reports and provide accounting information / analysis; support financial and program audits; review revenue and expenses for accuracy; prepare monthly journal entries for grant and contract transactions. 
. Other functions include:
 Schedule Travel / Hotel / Conference reservations using credit card; confirm reservations; communicate employee travel plans; and, process employee per diem reimbursements.
 Oversee equipment / supply purchases; obtain bids; and, establish utility service for new locations.
 Oversee credit card purchases (Walmart/Visa/QT) and collect receipts to document purchases. 
 Purchase program and office supplies with credit card by telephone, online or fax (documentation and approval obtained prior to order); and, follow up on merchandise shipping / receiving.
 Maintain card vendor file and update changes (expiration date, coding, username/password, etc.).

Application Deadline: 1/31/2019

Additional Information: EOE/M/F/D/V


Please send cover letter and resume to hr@csctulsa.org

Community Service Council is a partner organization and is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, or any other basis made unlawful by applicable federal, state, or local laws or regulations. We are an e-verify employer.

 

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