The Loudoun County Treasurer’s Office is currently seeking highly qualified applicants for a Financial Control Specialist.
The successful candidate must be detailed oriented, Microsoft Office proficient with a strong working knowledge of Excel, possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, and be proficient in handling high level complex workloads in a deadline oriented role. Must be capable to work independently, demonstrating superior problem solving skills and be familiar with researching daily interface files while resolving discrepancies independently.
This position must maintain knowledge of State Codes, County Ordinances, departmental processes, procedures, and taxpayer confidentiality. Will work directly with the Treasurer, Chief Deputy Treasurer and existing Financial Control Specialist developing schedules, reviewing timelines, training staff, identifying financial control deficiencies and implementing resolutions based on findings.
Essential functions will include:
•Perform complex analyses of daily transaction postings searching for discrepancies and presenting findings to stakeholders
•Perform daily audits of interface files, generate reports and create recommendations
•Calculate and prepare financial accounting entries
•Serve as the point of contact for Oracle filing postings
•Maintain knowledge of Oracle systems and interfaces
•Research and process stop payments, administer check cancellations and reissues
•Oversee the administration of the County’s Unclaimed Property Remittance process
•Maintain and reconcile Performance Bond Processing and Driveway Remediation General Ledger Fund balances
•Manage postings and balances for special tax districts and town taxes, including remittance and reporting to stakeholders
•Collect statistical data for credit card usage for all departments and post ledger entries
•Administer State and local remittances
•Document financial control procedures
•Research and provide technical assistance and guidance for special projects and board initiatives
Requires any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Public Administration, Accounting or related field and four years’ professional level experience in governmental accounting and/or public finance management. Prior experience working with a major ERP system, such as Oracle, in a medium to large organization is desirable. Bilingual Spanish/English encouraged.
Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Accounts Payable Professional (CAPP), Oracle Payables Certification preferred.
Successful candidate will undergo a criminal background and credit check.