The Department of Accounts (DOA) is seeking a highly motivated accounting/financial reporting professional to work in the Financial Reporting Unit. The Financial Reporting Unit is responsible for preparing monthly and annual financial reports and oversight of the Commonwealth’s reporting policies and procedures. Primary duties include coordinating the daily operations of the Commonwealth’s Fixed Asset Accounting System (FAACS) and Lease Accounting System (LAS); analyzing statewide data to assist in preparing the Commonwealth’s financial statements and other reports; maintaining familiarity with current accounting and reporting pronouncements; participating in developing annual reporting guidance; and completing special projects as assigned.
Minimum requirements include: ability to analyze and interpret financial data; strong written and oral communication skills; ability to work collaboratively with management, staff, and agency personnel; and proficiency with PC skills including Word/Excel.
Preferred requirements include: experience with capital asset and lease accounting; comprehensive knowledge of governmental accounting; ability to apply GAAP; strong working knowledge of automated financial/accounting systems; BS in accounting or equivalent work experience; and CPA or CPA candidate.
State applications for this position will only be accepted online through the State website at
Position is open until 11:59 PM, January 19, 2017.
The Department of Accounts is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified candidates are afforded equal opportunities without regard to sex, race, color, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, political affiliation, veteran status or disability.
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