$33.64-$35.31 Hourly / $5,831.00-$6,121.00 Monthly / $69,966.00-$73,450.00 Yearly
According to Civil Service Commission Rule 109, the duties specified below are representative of the range of duties assigned to this job code/class and are not intended to be an inclusive list.
1. Participates in a structured on-the-job and classroom training program and learns to interpret, comply and apply Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, auditing procedures and the City’s policies & procedures in the conduct and completion of government accounting and auditing work.
2. Attends classroom-style workshops related to accounting and city-wide functions throughout training program.
3. Analyzes, processes and reviews financial records, transactions, detailed financial data using computer applications and other automated accounting systems.
4. Prepares and presents basic financial reports in a clear, concise, and accurate manner.
5. Performs a variety of accounting and administrative tasks such as: analyzing source documents, maintaining ledgers, recording entries, assisting in budget preparation, prepares cash receipt records, make deposits, identifies and allocates revenues and expenditures, prepares invoices, payment documents, work orders, assists in performing capital project and/or capital asset accounting.
6. Assists in grant accounting activities which include: processing, set-up, reconciling and reimbursement reports in accordance with grant requirements.
Knowledge of: basic generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and principles of internal control; applying the terminology and procedures involved in performing governmental accounting functions.
Ability to: make accurate mathematical calculations; analyze, interpret financial data and information; use Personal Computers (including Microsoft Excel and Word); establish and maintain effective working relations; communicate effectively in writing (including reading and comprehension ability); communicate effectively orally (including ability to convey information clearly, being specific and descriptive).
A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with eighteen (18) semester units or twenty-four (24) quarter units of coursework in Accounting.
Amended: 5/31/2012; 10/9/2013