Accounting Technician II Social Services

Accounting Technician II
Social Services
Employees in this class usually report to an accountant and are responsible for independently
performing a major portion of the bookkeeping activities such as accounts payable and receivable,
maintenance and control of general ledger and accounts, and report preparation for one or more
complex budget codes in a large accounting office. Employees may report to an administrative
official and are responsible for carrying out all accounting and budget activities for a small
department or unit. The employee performs a variety of bookkeeping activities and participates in
budget preparation and inventory control. Work requires the exercise of considerable judgment to
insure that transactions are in accordance with correct accounting and budget procedures and
statutory requirements.
Maintaining Agency Donated Funds through Quicken
Meeting deadlines for Accounts Payable for Travel / Training, Emergency Assistance, and
Work First Invoices
Maintaining Agency Vehicles including fuel and schedule maintenance
Purchasing of Supplies
Maintain County Purchase orders
Schedule Agency Vehicles and Agency conference rooms
Key forms 5022 and 8128 to State System
Create and track Work Requests for Building Maintenance
Prepare and maintain Vendor Agreements
Prepare payroll for Part I entry and enter Part I payroll and time effort
Assist Director, Program Administrators and Business Manager with budget preparation and
tracking of revenues and expenses
Knowledge of General Accepted Accounting Principles
Knowledge and skill in accounting software applications
Possess good math skills
Possess good communication skills including the ability to write legibly and accurately.
Ability to organize work, follows instructions, makes good decisions, achieve unit goals.
Proficiency in use of computers, calculator, copy machines, telephones and other office
Ability to abide by rules of confidentiality and be respectful of clients and coworkers.
Ability to understand, interpret and apply laws and regulations to the maintenance of
financial records
Graduation from high school including or supplemented by basic courses in bookkeeping or
accounting and three years experience in bookkeeping or accounting clerical work in an accounting
office; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. (Completion of a one or two year
business course in an accredited community college or business school including or supplemented
by basic courses in bookkeeping or accounting may be substituted for two and three years of the
required experience respectively.)