Under the supervision of the Accounting Administrator II, the Accounting Officer (Specialist) performs professional accounting work in the establishment and maintenance of accounts and financial records for the Revenue Section. Considerable contact is made with the Program Areas, Budget Branch, Cashier Unit and control agencies, such as State Controller’s Office (SCO), the State Treasurer’s Office (STO), and the Department of Finance. Reconciles funds to SCO’s account balances on a monthly basis. Prepares correspondence to SCO to correct any discrepancies to the Controller’s accounts. Advises supervisor on the condition of accounts, researches and analyzes problems, and makes recommendations to management. Prepares adjusting and closing entries at fiscal year-end. Prepares the complicated year-end financial statements. Answers questions on these reports from control agencies and Board of Equalization management. Gathers and analyzes revenue accounting data to create monthly reports. Performs other duties as required. Knowledge of computer software programs, good communication, interpersonal, analytical, and customer service skills required. Educational requirements: Equivalent to graduation from college, with specialization in accounting, or completion of the equivalent 19 semester hours of coursework including elementary and advanced accounting, auditing, cost accounting, and business law. Applicants must submit a complete Standard State Application (STD 678) and include college transcripts. Applications must be received by the final filing date. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority. The position is located in a high-rise building. The position requires the incumbent to be fingerprinted.
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Accounting Branch 450 N Street, MIC: 23 Sacramento, CA 95814
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