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Job Overview Summary:
The Funds Coordinator is a management level financial and accounting staff position responsible for the compilation of the state’s financial statements. Additional duties include reviewing and monitoring statewide revenues and expenditures to ensure accounting and reporting in conformity with federal and state law, accounting standards and state policies; monitoring and assisting with statewide budget compliance, reconciliation, and variance analyses; and evaluating, reviewing, and implementing new accounting standards as well as federal and state laws.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Compiles statewide financial statements.
- Serve as a subject matter expert on accounting standards, policies, procedures, and systems for internal and external business partners.
- Assist in the design and completion of all state-wide year-end closing tasks on or before established deadlines.
- Create and maintain documented accounting standard business practices and procedures as needed.
- Assist in the completion of the annual risk assessment and related corrective action plan when required.
- Assist with special projects and develop accounting processes.
- Review and monitor statewide revenues and expenditures to ensure accounting and reporting in conformity with federal and state law.
- Monitor and assist with statewide budget compliance, reconciliation, and variance analyses.
- Implement new accounting standards and changes in federal and state laws.
- Serves as a liaison for providing assistance and guidance to other state agencies related to accounting principles and practice.
|State of TN - Department of Finance and Administration
|Monthly Salary Range $9,617.00 – $15,442.00 (based on qualifications and experience)
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|Education and Experience:
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and at least 5 years of experience in accounting and/or auditing.Certified Public Accountant and Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR) construction experience preferred.
Skills and competencies required include independent thinking, advanced accounting knowledge, priority setting, problem solving and intermediate oral and written communication skills. Other preferred qualifications include the ability to document procedures and develop policy, to utilize time management techniques effectively to meet agency deadlines and to evaluate and implement new accounting software/systems.
|This listing expires on: 4/8/2024