The Department of Accounts (DOA) seeks an information technology professional to work in the Applications and Technology Unit supporting the Cardinal PeopleSoft Financials and HCM system. Manages the scheduling and execution of Cardinal batch processing; ensures batch processing completes successfully on daily basis; reviews and validates the next day batch jobs are loaded in scheduling tool; communicates changes required to batch to the Commonwealth’s infrastructure provider’s operations team; verifies schedule changes; maintains and updates the operational documentation to include the “Run Book”; schedules ad hoc jobs; researches and resolves job failures; and researches and recommends improvements to batch, online, and interface processing. The ERP Batch and Interface Architect Analyst serves a key position on the Cardinal support team. This position is expected to have off-business hours support including weekend activities as needed.
Minimum requirements include: Knowledge of PeopleSoft products and tools that can be applied using various PeopleSoft techniques, methods and processes (e.g. Application Designer, PeopleCode, DataMover, SQR, Component Interfaces, BI Publisher); relational database systems; hardware and system software infrastructure; computer operations; job scheduling tools; and Oracle. Strong Windows; Microsoft Office; SharePoint; SQL; customer service; problem solving; and verbal and written communications skills. Ability to handle multiple projects and work requests simultaneously; work well in a team environment; and learn new tools and concepts quickly. Experience working with PeopleSoft Financials or Human Capital Management (HCM); and using PeopleSoft tools to include PeopleTools, PS query, and SQL.
Preferred requirements include: Degree in Information Systems, Computer Science, or related field. Experience with Oracle and Linux environments; and high-level core processing in one or more PeopleSoft Financials or HCM modules (ie, AP, AR, GL, HR, TA, PY).
State applications for this position will only be accepted online through the State website at https://virginiajobs.peopleadmin.com/postings/107570. Position is open until 11:59 PM on April 29, 2018.[Back to Top]
The Department of Accounts (DOA) seeks a financial professional to work in the Quality Assurance unit. DOA’s mission is to provide a uniform system of accounting, financial reporting, and internal control adequate to protect and account for the Commonwealth’s financial resources, while supporting and enhancing the recognition of Virginia as the best managed state in the union.
This position assists the Assistant Director (AD) of Quality Assurance in the Compliance Oversight and Federal Reporting Unit to evaluate agency fiscal processes and internal controls to ensure reasonableness and accuracy of agency data reported in the Commonwealth’s Accounting and Reporting System (Cardinal) and submitted for inclusion in the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and/or Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards. Assists others within the unit while completing individual work; discusses complex or critical issues with the AD; provides input to AD regarding performance of other staff; assigns Quality Assurance Review responsibilities; analyzes and evaluates system reconciliations or other data to ensure reasonableness of information recorded in Cardinal financial system; analyzes data to ensure agencies have adequate support; reviews ARMICS (internal control) documentation for compliance; completes risk assessments; evaluates agency processes; and responds to agencies on questions related to system reconciliations, financial reporting attachments, and ARMICS.
Minimum requirements include: Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles, especially as they relate to governmental accounting; automated financial accounting systems; financial reporting in a government environment; internal controls; and governmental auditing process. Strong interpersonal and Microsoft Office (Word and Excel) skills. Demonstrated ability to analyze fiscal processes and related internal controls; analyze financial transactions and reports; communicate effectively verbally and in writing; work independently; understand, develop, and apply policies and procedures; identify alternatives and propose changes that improve quality and efficiency; conduct business with integrity and respect; and review the work of others and provide feedback. Valid driver’s license and frequent local daytime travel required.
Preferred requirements include: Knowledge of GASB reporting requirements; ARMICS; and Cardinal (Oracle PeopleSoft Financials). Degree in accounting, finance, or related field. Experience working in accounting or financial reporting; working with financial quality assurance activities or auditing; and completing complex financial reconciliations. Experience with supervision; and governmental accounting or auditing. Professional accounting or auditing certification (e.g. CPA, CGFM, CFE, CIA).
State applications for this position will only be accepted online through the State website at https://virginiajobs.peopleadmin.com/postings/107437. Position is open until 11:59 PM on April 24, 2018.[Back to Top]
Department of Accounts is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is certified as a Virginia Values Veterans employer. Veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
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