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Accountant Grants

Seattle, WA
  • Prepare billings for Federal, State, local and private grants. 
  • Prepare multiple accounting entries to move charges onto correct grants or County-funded projects in accordance with County policy. 
  • Assist and provide guidance to the sub recipient monitoring team on evaluating the financial data submitted by community partners being funded by the grants. 
  • Provide ongoing support to program staff by reconciling ledgers, identifying allowable and unallowable charges in the County's financial system for various grants and preparing financial reports for program staff. 
  • Performs monthly analysis of revenue generated by the department's public health centers. 
  • State and Federal reporting
  • Cash handling, Filling and general support
  • Performs monthly balance sheet accounts reconciliation
  • Understanding of modified accrual basis and year end accruals
  • Perform and understand reconciliation between several side systems
  • Create adjusting journal entries as needed
  • Understand and review income statement accounts
  • Participate in the fiscal close process at year-end by identifying the need for revenue and expenditure accruals
  • Ensure reversal of all accruals in the new year
  • Provide support in management P-cards and Gift cards
  • Follow up and ensure closing of open PO’s
  • Process travel expense reimbursement 
  • Pay invoices in oracle EBS
  • Performs other financial duties and special projects as assigned.
SYSTEMS – preferred systems 
  • Oracle EBS or other ERPs
  • People soft
  • Microsoft excel – intermediate level
  • Business intelligence tools
  • Microsoft 360 - SharePoint
Preferred Qualifications: 
  • Bachelor degree in accounting, business administration preferred; 
  • Experience in Accounts payable, Accounts Receivable and ledger reconciliations
  • Knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) 
  • Some knowledge of governmental laws and regulations, such as Federal OMB Circular 2-CFR-200
  • Demonstrated skill in utilizing computerized, manual, and automated financial management systems; 
  • Skill in communicating effectively both orally and in writing; 
  • Skill in maintaining effective working relationships and working with a variety of individuals representing diverse cultures and backgrounds; 
  • Skill in adjusting to changing priorities and handling multiple tasks simultaneously with attention to detail; 
 Additional Information: 
  • Combination of equivalent some or all of experience and education which provides the applicant with the desired skills, knowledge and ability required to perform the work.

Location: Seattle
Duration: 6 months
Pay: $38 per hour
(Telecommute after a few days  on-site of training)

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