Microfiche Duplicator Job Description Sample
To receive, sort, file and maintain various service records.
Tools and Equipment
ResponsibilitiesReceives and sorts incoming and returned records.Writes labels and index cards as required.Files various records in accordance with prescribed procedures.Labels file boxes in prescribed manner.Secures records from files and forwards to requesting part or provides the required information by phone if requested.Picks-up, delivers or arranges for delivery of records.Organizes and files records as directed.Prepares records for microfiliming or photography.Operates general office equipment as required.Prepares microfilm reader for use and reads film as required.Makes run to pick-up critical items for service.Performs other related duties as assigned by supervisor.
The above statement reflects the general details considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the job identified, and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all of the work requirements that may be inherent in the job.
QualificationsOn rare occasion, must be willing and able to work overtime and weekends
Must be able and willing to work any shift
One year related experience preferred, must pass divisional testing.
Elliott is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by the federal, state or local laws of the United States. Elliott is a drug free workplace.
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Right-Of-Way Inspection And Permit Specialist
Overall Job Objective
Under general supervision, to review and process building permits, utility service (water and wastewater connections) and public right-of-way permits in order to ensure conformance with city standards and approved plans, , to assess fees, and maintain records. Inspect construction projects located in or impacting rights-of-way and public easements for compliance with municipal codes and standards and perform related duties as required.
Duties & Responsibilities
1.Reviews, processes, and approves utility permits and permits for work within public rights-of-way and public easements including:
Responsible for permit acceptance, review and approval processes, including coordination between inspectors and contractors.
Ensures permit application is complete including submittal of all plans and documents required to review the application.
Calculates appropriate fees.
Approves material releases.
Ensures required fees are collected and contractor licenses are current prior to release and approval of permits.
Coordinates right-of-way inspections.
2.Inspects construction projects located in or impacting public rights-of-way and public easements including work related to transportation, utility, stormwater, and flood control. This includes but is not limited to the following:
Interprets detailed construction plans and inspects materials and installation to meet plan specifications and city code requirements.
Witnesses materials and equipment testing. Verifies use of appropriate methodologies and documents results.
Identifies problems and makes field decisions as necessary to bring projects into compliance with city code.
Documents construction progress, field changes, and inspections. Reviews and approves "as-built" construction drawings. Issues acceptance reports for new infrastructure and authorizes releases of financial guarantees.
Ensures that project applicants are fully informed of city requirements, necessary permits, relevant processes and deadlines from time of initial contact to final acceptance of the project.
Monitors implementation of erosion control and traffic control plans to ensure compliance with applicable regulations.
Responds to inquiries about project applications, city plan requirements, policies, codes, processes, right-of-way construction permits, and related matters.
Reads and interprets surveys, plats, easements, and other legal documents.
Assists in ensuring that contractors meet all licensing and insurance requirements for working in the city of Boulder.
3.Provides direct internal and external customer service, issue resolution, and record keeping including:
Interacts with professional engineers and planners to discuss and resolve design related problems.
Interacts with professional engineers, architects, developers, contractors, utility companies and property owners to discuss and resolve code/standard concerns and placement issues.
Acts as a liaison between Planning & Development Services and private utility companies including electric, gas, and communications.
Ensures that project applicants are fully informed of city requirements, necessary permits, relevant processes, codes and deadlines and responds to inquiries and complaints.
Performs field visits and inspections, resolves problems related to design and public works infrastructure.
Maintains and updates records of permits and licenses issued utilizing permit tracking software and microfiche/laserfiche and performs related information research and retrieval.
Recommends revisions to the city's code, design criteria, standard specifications manuals, policies, and fee schedules.
Performs related duties as required to meet the needs of the city.
Takes proper safety precautions to prevent accidents. Responsible for the safety of self, others, materials, and equipment. Uses all required safety equipment and follows all safety regulations, policies and procedures. Reports all accidents and damage to city property.
Responsible for knowing and complying with all city and department policies; participating in professional trainings and development; and adhering to attendance and workplace attire policies.
Works with the engineering review staff, the public, contractors, and other city departments as necessary to resolve complaints, requests for service, and right-of-way related code violations.
Interacts with professional engineers, architects, contractors, and homeowners to discuss and resolve design and construction issues.
Supports enforcement efforts by analyzing issues and providing documentation for necessary City departments, such as City Attorney's office and Code Enforcement, and testifies in court as necessary.
Researches and interprets codes, plans, reports, survey documents, and legal agreements.
Maintains knowledge of pertinent construction standards and practices including those related to transportation, domestic water, wastewater, stormwater, flood control, natural gas, electric, telecommunications, traffic control, and erosion control.
Maintains knowledge of pertinent City Master Plans, City policies, Municipal codes, and Design and Construction Standards.
Maintains professional certifications as required to meet the needs of the City.
Maintains personal and professional standards of continuous improvement; updates job knowledge as to changing products, technologies and building codes.
Performs related duties as required to meet the needs of the City.
Generally, duties and responsibilities are listed from most to least critical or time consuming.
REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
High school diploma or equivalent plus a minimum of four years of experience in construction inspection or construction related to water, sewer, stormwater, dry utilities, fiber, direction boring, concrete & asphalt or associates Degree in engineering technology, construction management or related field plus two years of experience in plan review, permitting, field construction or similar; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Demonstrated ability to perform basic mathematical calculations. Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships and relate courteously and effectively with contractors, the general public and coworkers. Demonstrated ability to read and interpret engineering construction drawings, surveys, plats, codes, and regulations. Effective written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to prepare clear and concise written correspondence, reports, and recommendations. Strong interpersonal skills, including a demonstrated ability to deal with the public on complex issues. Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills. Strong attention to detail. Demonstrated mathematical aptitude. Effective organizational and time management skills. Ability to meet deadlines with minimal supervision. Valid driver's license. Have and maintain acceptable criminal and credit history and motor vehicle record.
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS – In addition to the required minimum qualifications:
Previous experience with permitting and right-of-way inspection in municipal government. Computer software experience, including permit-tracking software, geographic information systems, electronic mail, word processing, spread sheet and database applications. Experience working with legal documents including surveys, plats, easements, and agreements. Training or certification in erosion control inspection. Certification as an ATSSA Traffic Control Technician or Traffic Control Supervisor. Familiarity with municipal codes and design standards, the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, the International Plumbing Code, and engineering methods and materials.
WORKING CONDITIONS - Required Physical and Mental Effort, and Environmental Conditions:
Physical and Mental Effort: Sufficient clarity of speech and hearing or other communication capabilities that permits the employee to communicate effectively on the telephone and in person. Sufficient vision or other powers of observation that permits the employee to review, evaluate and prepare a variety of written documents and materials. Sufficient manual dexterity that permits the employee to operate computer equipment and other office equipment. Sufficient personal mobility and physical reflexes, which permits the employee to work in an office setting. Work may include extended periods of time viewing a computer video monitor and/ or operating a keyboard. Ability to work under stress from demanding deadlines, public contact, and changing priorities and conditions. Ability to perform both sedentary activity in an office environment and moderately strenuous physical activity in an outdoor environment; physical ability to stand, walk, climb, and kneel on varied terrain; regularly lifting and carrying including occasionally lifting objects over 100 pounds; frequent hand/eye coordination to operate personal computer and office equipment; vision for operating vehicles, reading, recording, and interpreting information; speech communication and hearing to maintain communication with employees and customers. Ability to work under stress from demanding deadlines, public contact, and changing priorities and conditions.
Work Environment: Works both in a clean, comfortable environment and outdoors in variable weather conditions. Works in a setting subject to continuous interruptions and background noises.
Machines and equipment used include but are not limited to the following: Frequently uses engineering scales and instrumentation, city vehicle, standard office equipment including personal computers, telephones, calculators, measuring devices, handheld computer, camera equipment, calculator, testing equipment and microfiche and microfilm reader and copy machines.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.
Note: The above description is illustrative only. It is not meant to be all-inclusive.
Document Administrator Assistant - Midland, MI
Job Duties Include:
\t* scanning records from both paper and microfiche files. \t * Using a high speed paper scanner and 2 types of microfiche scanners (a digital/camera unit as well as a fiche reader that converts film images to PDF). \t * Saving the digital PDF files to report Fileshare. \t * Retrieving paper and fiche from archive room cabinets/shelves. \t * Once scanning is complete, will work with colleague to move boxes of records to be processed and shipped to the Records Center.
\t * High school diploma; some college preferred* \t * Proficiency in MS Office programs, Windows and Outlook \t * Experience with document management, libraries, and scanning. \t * Must be detail oriented and be able to identify any irregularities in the process. \t * Must be able to work alone and produce results as we have a limited time to complete this task and have a large volume of records to be converted.Safety Requirements – basic office safety.Due to the high volume of responses anticipated, only qualified candidates will be contacted
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Customer Service Rep
ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (ADOT)
Driving the future of transportation with a diverse and innovative team
All Arizona state employees operate within the Arizona Management System (AMS), an intentional, results-driven approach for doing the work of state government whereby every employee reflects on performance, reduces waste, and commits to continuous improvement with sustainable progress. Through AMS, every state employee seeks to understand customer needs, identify problems, improve processes, and measure results. State employees are highly engaged, collaborative and embrace a culture of public service.
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Customer Service Representative
Motor Vehicle Division
1801 W. Jefferson, Phoenix, Arizona 85007
To provide courteous, accurate and timely customer service to our internal and external customers consisting of Law Enforcement, Judicial System, defense/prosecutor attorneys, private investigators , Office of Inspector General, Executive Hearing Office and other in state and out of state government entities requesting Motor Vehicle Records for T/R or DL documents for subpoena, hearing and investigative purposes.
This position will also assist areas within the Records Services Section as needed to address the major backlog that affects the accuracy of the customer's record.
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Essential Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Receive MVR and subpoena requests from courts, law enforcement, and other private parties and government entities and perform all functions required to fill these requests. This includes retrieving computer, hard copy, archival, scanned, microfilm, and microfiche records, printing copies and retrieving photos and certifying records along with the supporting documents.
Respond to various customer requests by subpoena, walk-in, fax, US mail and teletypes. This includes contact with the hearing office, attorneys, law enforcement, and courts to update information on pending cases and verifying any requested information.
Extract any required researching of the various record databases, microfilm, microfiche, hard copy records, and archives, pulling and copying documents.
Research problem records requests involving apparent confusion or conflict between records or requested information.
Handling of hearing office filings and citations written by officers, court abstracts and commercial driver license, including required sorting, copying, scanning, retention and shredding of driver licenses.
Receipt of, sorting and distribution of out-of-state convictions of Arizona driver's.
Perform data entry and retrieval functions - This includes necessary research of the databases to determine if a record exists or if one needs to be created. It also includes the verification of several different types of codes (user codes, court codes, disposition codes, reject codes, status codes, etc.) that are used in the MVD database.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Applicable portions of ARS Title 28 and MVD Policies and Procedures, document retrieval process, microfiche, scanning, editing, software, TPX screens, various codes (courts, disposition, status) and codes used by MVD.
Computer knowledge in reading and retrieving records.
Oral communication and listening skills a must.
Research and retrieval, data entry.
General clerical skills, computer skills, customer service skills, data entry skills, and telephone skills.
- Operate various office equipment, i.e. scanning equipment, computer, printer, fax, copier, IDW-2000 film retrieval, micro image capture, and telephone.
The ideal candidate for this position will have;
General clerical skills, including knowledge of operations of various office equipment, computer skills, customer service skills, data entry skills, and telephone skills.
Must be able to type 45 words per minute.
Candidate must be versatile.
Must be capable of participating in Q series Training conducted through our MVD Training Unit and on-the-job training.
This position requires possession of a valid Arizona Class D Driver License. Candidates for this position must complete and sign PART 1 and PART 2 of the State of Arizona Application for Employment at the time of interview, which will allow ADOT to obtain the candidate's motor vehicle record (MVR). The most recent 39-month period shown on the MVR will be reviewed in accordance with A.A.C. R2-10-207.12 (H) and (I). The review must show an acceptable driving record prior to any offer of employment being made by ADOT. Employment is contingent upon an acceptable MVR.
The State of Arizona provides an excellent comprehensive benefits package including:
Affordable medical, dental, life, and short-term disability insurance plans
Top-ranked retirement and long-term disability plans
10 paid holidays per year
Vacation time accrued at 4.00 hours bi-weekly for the first 3 years
Sick time accrued at 3.70 hours bi-weekly
Deferred compensation plan
Please visit http://www.azdot.gov/Inside_ADOT/HR/Employment.asp to learn more about benefits given to ADOT employees.
All newly hired employees will be subject to the E-Verify Employment Eligibility Verification Program.
ADOT supports a diverse multi-cultural workforce that reflects the community, promotes equal opportunity at all levels of the Agency, and creates an inclusive work environment that enables all individuals to perform to their fullest potential free from discrimination.
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Lab Technician, Central Specimen Receiving, Full-Time, Nights
Provides service to all clients (nursing, physician and doctor office staff) through computer registration, computer test order entry, specimen processing, referral and delivery of samples and supply orders. Also, responsible for providing courier service for specimens, reports, and supplies.
In conjunction with these functions, the Laboratory Technician provides customer service (laboratory test result information, specimen collection information) via phone and direct communication, distributes reports to physicians via mail and fax (as necessary). This position is also responsible for communication with clients regarding specimen problems, report problems, and computer problems that may affect their operation. The position is also required to participate in the laboratory occurrence management program. Accurate and efficient registration of patient demographics into the Hospital Information System.
Accurate and efficient test order entry into the Laboratory Information System.
Accurate use of the Laboratory Information System for the verification of sample receipt, result inquiry, and report printing. Accurate routing and distribution of laboratory reports to physician offices including faxing and retrieval of microfiche test results.
Efficient processing of specimens not processed by the robotics lines. Efficient processing of research specimens for testing. Maintain files for easy retrieval of data including Outreach requisitions, courier logs, and problem logs.
Assist with problem resolution regarding patient specimens. Provide prompt and courteous notification to clients regarding specimen problems including identification and collection issues. Answer and appropriately triage department phone calls.
Provide efficient and timely courier service including STAT pickups, report and supply delivery. Consistently adhere to the courier route as scheduled. Record all information on logs consistently and legibly.
Maintain a safe and clean work environment. Foster department and laboratory teamwork through effective communication. Participate in Safety and Infection Control activities.
Maintain supply stock and process client supply orders as assigned. Promptly notify management staff of supply shortages. Some assignments involve long periods of standing.
Courier route service involves walking to physician offices outside of the hospital and clinic building. May be required to properly handle and dispose of hazardous materials. Personal protective equipment is provided by the laboratory and is worn in the department due to possible exposure to biohazardous material. AA/EOE.
High School Diploma or equivalent.
Computer experience-keyboard proficiency.
Familiarity with medical terminology.
1 - 2 years college course work.
Prior work experience in laboratory support or health related experience.
The Supply Technician shall provide logistical support functions. This includes parts and material ordering, parts expediting, maintaining and warehousing operations. Technicians are responsible for all accounting, stocking, issues, transfer and receipt of associated aircraft equipment assigned to the command. Shall order, receive, inspect, stow, preserve, package, ship and issue materials/cargo, account for government materials and funds expenditures, prepare and maintain required forms, records, correspondence, reports and files.
This position performs limited aspects of technical supply management work (e.g., inventory management, storage management, cataloging, and property utilization) related to depot, local, or other supply activities.
Work usually is segregated by commodity area or function, and controlled in terms of difficulty, complexity, or responsibility.
Assignments usually relate to stable or standardized segments of technical supply management operations; or to functions or subjects that are narrow in scope or limited in difficulty.
The work generally involves individual case problems or supply actions.
This work may require consideration of program requirements together with specific variations in or from standardized guidelines.
Knowledge & Skills
Good working knowledge of the governing supply systems, programs, policies, nomenclature, work methods, manuals, or other established guidelines is required.
An understanding of the needs of the organization serviced
Analytical ability to define or recognize the dimension of the problems involved, to collect the necessary data to establish the facts, and take or recommend action based upon application or interpretation of established guidelines.
Experience & Education
Specialized training courses are desired.
Two years general and one year specialized experience within the last six (6) working as a USN Technical Publications or USMC/USCG Technical Orders Librarian.
Shall be able to accurately type and have technical knowledge of automatic data processing, computer, media and microfiche equipment.
Must have a high school diploma or GED.
Must have a valid drivers' license and be eligible to qualify for and able to maintain a secret level clearance.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
May work in aircraft maintenance hangar or outside.
May be required to respond to a wide variety of operational circumstances, including extreme weather conditions and rudimentary infrastructure.
May be exposed to extreme noise from turbine and jet engine aircraft.
May be exposed to fumes or airborne particles; may be exposed to electrical shock hazards or work near moving mechanical parts, vehicles, or aircraft.
Must be able to walk and stand on level and/or inclined surfaces for certain periods throughout the day.
Must be able to climb stairs, ramps, ladders, and work stands.
Must be able to crouch, crawl, grasp or handle objects, use finger dexterity, bend elbow/knee and reach above/below shoulders.
May be required to lift up to 50 pounds.
May be required to see aircraft in flight, read dials/gauges, identify small objects and hand tools.
Must be able to see imperfections, micrometer readings and other small scales.
Must be able to communicate by voice and detect sound by ear.
Must be able to distinguish color and judge three-dimensional depth.
May be required to operate power vehicles, machinery, hand tools, ground support equipment, fork lift, APU, etc.
Health Science Librarian
POSITION SUMMARY: Provides direction and leadership for all phases of library operations and defines, develops, and implements a long range plan for health science library services for Eastern Maine Medical Center.
Prepares, negotiates, and executes library purchases and services to support the information needs of physicians, nurses, and other medical center staff as well as students, patients, and families. Manages all interlibrary loan functions, develops and maintains reciprocal agreements with interlibrary loan lenders, train and supervise clerical staff, assist internal and external users with information resources in a variety of formats.
MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED: MLS degree from a graduate school of library and information science.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Previous library experience preferred. Prior hospital experience preferred.
OTHER SKILLS REQUIRED: Must have the professional knowledge necessary to: produce, organize and maintain electronic interlibrary loan records; participate in interlibrary loan consortia; and keep up with the technological advances in this dynamic field.
Must have the professional knowledge necessary to: select and order books for our collection; produce, organize and maintain electronic cataloging records; contribute records to a consortia catalog; and keep up with the technological advances in this dynamic field.
Must be flexible, self-motivated and able to work independently. Delegation skills required.
Good keyboarding and software skills a must. Should have the professional ability to aid in the interpretation and fulfillment of patron reference needs. Should have tact and willingness to assist patrons with diverse backgrounds.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Some heavy lifting of bound volumes (up to 10 lb.) Good body mechanics and, mechanical dexterity are required. Sitting, standing, stooping reaching, bending, lifting, and stair climbing.
WORKING ENVIRONMENT: Close working environment.
Interior environmental conditions. Interacts with medical and nursing staffs, hospital employees, patients and the general public. Equipment used: photocopiers, microfiche reader/printers, VCR, monitor, headphones, microcomputers, printers, scanners, CD and DVD drives, telephones, fax machines, typewriters, staplers, paper cutters, paper punches, carts, pencil sharpeners, heavy file cabinets, stepladders and stepstools.
The Department does not sponsor non-immigrant work visas for this position." Under limited supervision, develops, revises, implements, and operates accounting systems and consults with agency administrators regarding financial matters.
Location: Nebraska Lottery; 137 NW 17th; Lincoln, NE
Examples of Work
- Advises subordinates and other agency personnel concerning accounting procedures and policies to answer inquiries and to provide professional guidance in the resolution of accounting problems. 2) Consults with and advises management on financial matters to exchange information, to identify the characteristics and impact of financial problems, and to formulate possible solutions. 3) Interprets appropriate federal and State laws, rules, regulations, and standards to ensure compliance and efficient operation in accordance with prescribed accounting principles, theories, and concepts. 4) Surveys and studies agency accounting systems and needs to develop plans to modify existing systems or design and install new systems that will more effectively meet agency goals and objectives. 5) Writes and disseminates instructions, manuals, and procedures relating to accounting, budgeting, and financial reporting to facilitate employee production. 6) Compiles, synthesizes, and analyzes data from vouchers, ledgers, journals, computer printouts, files, and/or microfiche to prepare reports and statements and to provide management data for planning, budgeting, and decision making. 7) Audits/examines data on vouchers, invoices, computer printouts, and other source documents to ensure the information is accurate and complete and meets established agency requirements. 8) Computes amounts to be disbursed to and/or collected from providers, clients, or governmental agencies and then using Electronic Fund Transfer systems where appropriate, apply collection and/or refund procedures and to maintain a sound financial status. 9) Enters data onto forms, vouchers, warrants, and other documents to facilitate processing and ensure proper accounting of funds. 10) Using computerized systems, posts data to ledgers, journals, and work sheets to establish and maintain records of all financial transactions. 11) Using computerized systems, balances and/or reconciles ledgers, journals, worksheets and accounts to verify that posting is complete and accurate.
Qualifications / Requirements
REQUIREMENTS: Associates degree in accounting, finance, business administration, statistics or related field and experience with accounting/financial management systems OR 2 years experience with professional accounting procedures including developing and modifying accounting/financial management systems.
OTHER: Lottery employees must undergo and pass extensive background investigation to include a fingerprint check.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge of: Professional accounting principles, theories and practices; GAAP; research practices and techniques; auditing principles and procedures; budget preparation; computerized accounting systems.
Ability to: Interact with supervisors, other employees, and the public to gain their cooperation and to establish working relationships; organize and present facts and opinions orally and in writing to exchange information and ideas and to promote agency needs, plans, and objectives; translate cash basis accounting transactions to full accrual basis; apply the principles of accounting, statistics, and fiscal management; manage funds and provide financial and budget recommendations; analyze data and draw conclusions.
Representative-Front Parts Counter I -Us
NOW HIRING!! Parts Specialist, Parts Technician
We are Stewart & Stevenson. Our unique line-up of products and services means that you’ll get exposure to a broad range of industries including oil & gas, power generation, construction, transportation, marine, mining and agriculture. With more than 1300 employees in 64 locations in the U.S. and abroad, our small, customer-focused teams share a common commitment to the quality and value of service.
Sell spare and replacement parts and equipment to external customers in parts store.
Read catalogs, microfiche viewers, or computer displays in order to determine replacement part stock numbers and prices.
Determine replacement parts required, according to inspections of old parts, customer requests, or customers' descriptions of malfunctions.
Receive and fill telephone orders for parts.
Fill parts store customer orders from stock.
Prepare sales slips or sales contracts.
Receive payment or obtain credit authorization.
Take inventory of stock.
Advise external customers on substitution or modification of parts when identical replacements are not available.
Examine returned parts for defects, and exchange defective parts or refund money.
Mark and store parts in stockrooms according to prearranged systems.
Discuss use and features of various parts with external customers, based on knowledge of machines or equipment.
Demonstrate equipment to parts store customers and explain functioning of equipment.
Place new merchandise on display.
Measure parts, using precision measuring instruments, in order to determine whether similar parts may be machined to required sizes.
High School Graduate or General Education Degree (GED) and six months to one year related experience required.
Associate's or Bachelor's degree preferred.
Ability to perform work accurately and thoroughly.
Ability to communicate in writing clearly and concisely.
Ability to communicate effectively with others using the spoken word.
Ability to take care of the customers’ needs while following company procedures.
SKILLS & ABILITIES
Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook).
Certificates & Licenses
Business Accountant I
Reconciles bank accounts
Compiles and analyzes financial information to prepare and adjust entries to general ledger accounts
Audits payroll processing activities
Examples of Duties
UNDER ADMINISTRATIVE SUPERVISION
Maintains a complete set of accounting records
Compiles and analyzes financial information to prepare entries to general ledger accounts
Prepares reports on the fiscal condition of programs, projects or grants and files
Reviews and monitors expenditures of accounts and provides technical assistance and instruction concerning problems and issues
Schedules and runs payroll system programs, calculates pay data, confirms and prints checks, updates system balances and generates payroll reports
Reviews payroll edits to verify pay information, corrects pay data to ensure compliance with policies, procedures, regulations, laws and union contracts
Prepares requests for electronic transmission of funds and transmits files for tax withholding payments, deferred compensation, savings bonds, direct deposit, paycheck verification, microfiche data and payroll funds
Explains policies and procedures, conducts program costs analysis and completes special projects
Examines reports, accounts and documents for completeness, accuracy and compliance to policies, procedures and regulations and initiates corrective action
Studies payroll warrants, obtains additional information and approves for payment
Collects data on budgets, expenditures and revenues and prepares reports and analysis on current and projected financial position
Performs related work
One year of accountant experience
An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS
Meets regular and punctual attendance standards and any special needs of the position as determined by management, including mandatory overtime and performing related work
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