Central Wyoming College is currently seeking applications for an Accounting Technician II - Finance and Transactions Reporting - For more information and to Apply Online now @ https://www.cwc.edu/about/hr/.
Central Wyoming College main campus is located in Riverton, a city of about 10,000, 25 miles from Lander and the Wind River mountain range. The campus and community lie in the Wind River Valley, a large lowland area bounded by mountains on three sides. Lakes and streams are abundant. Gannett Peak, Wyoming's highest peak, is in close proximity to where the Wind River Mountains adjoin the valley. Recreational opportunities are virtually unlimited. Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Hot Springs State Park, and extensive forested lands are within easy driving distance. Outdoor activities include skiing, snowshoeing, ice-skating, hiking, backpacking, hunting, fishing, photography, horseback riding, golfing and swimming. Detailed community information can be found at https://www.cwc.edu/community.
**For full consideration, apply by first review date December 2, 2019. To be considered you must meet all minimum qualifications in the job description below and attach or copy a cover letter, resume/CV, and unofficial copies of transcripts/certifications to your application.**
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Performs a variety of advanced accounting duties and provides backup for accounts receivable and the cashier
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Records and reports on acquisitions, disposals, and depreciation of all college and WPBS capital assets.
Reviews purchases to determine whether items qualify as fixed assets and if so, whether or not they are to be capitalized. If they are to be capitalized, determine length of capitalization.
Reviews capital project information to make determination on what should be capitalized.
Assigns asset numbers, communicates with users to obtain asset information, and updates systems and spreadsheets. Updates or disposes of items as needed in Colleague.
Performs monthly processing of credit card statements for all credit cards used by CWC and WPBS.
Reviews the statement and determines if documentation provided is appropriate, meets required standards, and follows CWC procedures and processes.
Follows through on communication with cardholders to obtain extra backup, information, and/or approval signatures.
Reconciles numbered cards and approves statements in the Wells Fargo online system.
Creates spreadsheets for import, signatures, and reporting monthly issues. Imports data into Colleague and makes corrections. Verifies vouchers, makes requested changes, and requests payment from Accounts Payable.
Enters all budget and journal entries.
Processes invoices for all external customers and grant draw-down requests. Provides initial collection attempts on past-due invoices. Adjusts or credits invoices as requested.
Assists accounts receivable with student payment plans, general assistance, etc.; provides individual assistance to students helping them to understand accounts, obtain college ID’s and receipts for housing and meal plans; etc.
Answers questions from departments/employees regarding expenses, budget availability, and understanding Colleague reports. Provides assistance in creating journal entries for corrections.
Performs as backup to Cashier including payment receipting, ID’s, meal plan additions, and general student support and customer service.
Reconciles financial aid disbursed to students with funds received from outside sources.
Provides support for yearly audit including reports and backup documentation as needed.
Performs general office organization and support; assists with various special projects; performs clerical functions, files documents, assists to create and maintain electronic filing options; assists to maintain office website contributions.
Operates within the framework established by CWC’s policies, procedures, processes, and practices.
Performs other reasonably related duties as directed or assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Working knowledge of accounting or bookkeeping including generally accepted accounting principles, best business practices, and audit standards.
Knowledge of general office maintenance and practices; filing systems (alpha and numeric), word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and database applications, specifically Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Colleague.
Knowledge of letter composition, grammar, spelling and punctuation.
Knowledge and skill in operation of personal computer and operation of standard office equipment.
Knowledge of basic mathematics and basic budget development practices and processes.
Skill in interpersonal communication verbally and in writing; telephone etiquette, basic public relations.
Ability to deliver quality customer service.
Ability to relate to a diverse population in a professional, helpful manner and to maintain composure when faced with difficult situations.
Ability to multi-task and organize, prioritize, and follow multiple projects and tasks through to completion with attention to detail.
Ability to work independently with frequent interruptions.
Ability to maintain strict confidentiality related to sensitive administrative information.
Ability to effectively identify and resolve problems related to assigned fiscal duties.
Ability to develop effective working relationships with managers, supervisors, fellow employees, vendors, customers, students, and the public.
Level of Supervision