Senior Accountant/Fiscal Analyst – Banking

January 7, 2022

Job Responsibilities
The State Treasurer’s Office promotes a culture that is a fast-paced environment that supports high performance, exceptional work product, accountability and collaboration. This position is responsible for bank and accounting operations for Local Government Investment Pool (LGIP).

Collects and analyzes cash balance information from financial institutions where enterprise accounts are maintained. Gathers and evaluates all known sources of cash deposits. Compiles and evaluates cash disbursement data for all enterprise accounts. Enters all pertinent data into the Local Government Investment Pool systems.

Executes banking transactions necessary to fund enterprise accounts utilizing funds to obtain maximum investment potential. Advises Investment personnel of amount, location and terms of funds available for investment.

Serves as liaison to political subdivisions and financial institutions regarding any Local Government Investment Pool transactions.

Assists in the preparation and reconciliation of various reports, account analysis and compensating balances
Serves as back-up for cash management and other positions within the Banking Division. Collects, analyzes and tracks incoming and outgoing funds for the General Deposit Bank accounts. Analyzes banking transactions necessary to fund all vendor accounts utilizing funds to obtain maximum investment potential.

Minimum and Additional Requirements
Agency Minimum Qualifications*:
A bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, or a related field with multiple accounting courses and a minimum of two (2) years of full-time, progressively responsible fiscal experience in accounting, finance, debt management and/or banking.

*Candidates must specifically meet the Agency Minimum Requirements or an equivalent combination of education and experience to be considered for this position.

Additional Requirements:

Must demonstrate expertise in the use of automated accounting systems and/or financial reporting systems. Ability to identify and recommend strategies and initiatives that improve an agency’s financial programs/systems. Sound knowledge of governmental accounting principles and practice, understanding of governmental financial statements, and the ability to analyze and interpret complex financial data and reports. Ability to interpret and apply rules and regulations. Ability to draw upon analysis of others and make recommendations that have a direct impact to operations. Must be a critical thinker who can reason through issues and provide solutions. Ability to establish and maintain excellent working relationships with other employees, technical staff, management, vendors and executive level staff within and outside state government. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Ability to make presentations and prepare reports. Must be sensitive to the completion of tasks and meeting deadlines. May be required to work beyond the core hours.

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