Published on March 10, 2021
Location: Bradford, PA
General: Responsible to assist the Vice-President of Finance for all accounting aspects of the Agency.
Standard Schedule: Full-Time, M-F, 37.5 Hours/Week (8AM-4PM)
Immediate Supervisor: Vice President of Finance
Education Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting with minimum 5 years’ experience preferred. Acceptable combination of education and experience to be considered.
Position Requirements: Possess a strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and demonstrate excellent written, verbal and organizational skills. Maintain a professional attitude and appearance. Personal qualifications include the ability to handle multiple tasks/projects simultaneously, deal with changing priorities, attention to detail, and the ability to work in a team environment with all levels of the organization.
Physical and Training Requirements: Regularly required to sit; frequently required to reach with hands and arms; occasionally required to stand, walk or kneel; the employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. May be required to travel. Required to complete twelve (12) hours of annual training to ensure compliance with State regulations. Must maintain a valid driver’s license. Required to pass a PA State Police criminal record history check and/or FBI criminal record history check if not a resident of PA.
• Will be required to invoice the McKean County Department of Human Services and/or Pennsylvania State PROMISE system for reimbursement of State and Federal funds for delivery of client services by the Agency
• Manage any rejected claims or partial payments and resubmit claims, as needed
• Assist with internal and external fiscal audits
• Assist with general banking duties
• Manage accounts payables/receivables
• Lead for all Agency purchasing processes
• Maintain and keep up-to-date W9 vendor files; process annual 1099s and report to IRS as required
• Maintain a file of Sales Tax Exemption Certificates; ascertain that anyone taking an exemption has a valid certificate on file
• Respond to wage requests from various agencies
• Maintain the fiscal office filing system
• Responsible for processing of participant payroll while serving as back-up for staff payroll
• Responsible for supporting operations by making recommendations based on fiscal analysis
• Promote, maintain and model behavior that demonstrates respect for others and acknowledges the needs and rights of the participants we support
• Work in cooperation with other communities, agencies, businesses, and providers as needed
• Participate in professional development, staff meetings, and group conferences
• Ensure adherence to confidential, legal and company policies and procedures
• Maintain high professional standards at work with regard to personal behavior and interactions with other staff, individuals, families, businesses and outside agencies
• This job description may not be all-inclusive and duties may be modified when necessary; employees are expected to perform all other duties as assigned by immediate supervisor