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The Treasury & Investments Department has an opening for a Receipts Resolution Supervisor in Pleasanton. This is an opportunity to lead a small staff of Accountant Trainees assigned to work on professional accounting duties involving maintenance and reporting of fiscal activities related to check payments received from State Fund’s policyholders. Responsibilities will include planning, directing, and evaluating the assignments handled by the Receipts Resolution staff; the completion of assigned bank account reconciliations; management of the Fund’s suspense account; handling payments related to other state coverage; processing bounced checks; and analyzing payment exceptions received from State Fund’s depository bank; and handle bank account reconciliations to ensure that any adjustments to the accounting records are made in a timely manner. This position will also be responsible for reconciling the suspense account and also process other state coverage payments for employees of policyholders that we insure in California.
The ideal candidate should have the following knowledge, skills and abilities:
• Proficient knowledge of accounting systems, financial organization and procedures of the State of California and related laws, rules, and regulations
• Proficient knowledge of the State Fund organization, functions and business policies and practices, including accounting principles and procedures, the Banking System, financial record keeping, the Corporate Guidelines Manual, and the budget planning process
• Working knowledge of the principles, practices, procedures, and techniques of personnel management to ensure effective operations of the unit
• Working knowledge of work process improvement methodologies to ensure efficiency within assigned areas of responsibility
• Advanced knowledge and understanding of accounting principles, theories and procedures in order to effectively perform all assigned accounting functions
• Working knowledge of office methods, procedures, and business law
• Skill to develop strategic and tactical plans to implement the goals, objectives, and strategies for the Receipts Resolution Unit
• Skilled in time management, organization, and interpersonal skills
• Ability to implement necessary fiscal and internal controls to ensure compliance with the Model Audit Rule
• Ability to communicate effectively and prepare clear, complete, and concise reports
• Ability to establish and maintain cooperative relations with customers
• Ability to acquire, understand, apply and maintain knowledge of State Fund’s processes as they apply to processing payments received at State Fund
• Ability to motivate, plan, organize, and direct the work of others
Minimum qualifications for this classification include equivalent to graduation from college OR completion of the equivalent of 19 semester hours of course work; 16 hours of which shall be professional accounting courses given by a collegiate-grade residence institution, including courses in elementary and advanced accounting, auditing, and cost accounting; and three semester hours of business law.
Senior Accounting Officer (Supervisor)
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