Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2021 Ohio GFOA Annual Conference & Membership Meeting
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Erie County Looking for full time finance director. Open until filled
Governmental Accounting Standards Board PMs manage and support GASB technical projects, research activities, and post-implementation review, answer technical questions from stakeholders, make presentations at conferences, and perform other technical duties. See the link for more details about the position and qualifications.
Union County Auditor Under general supervision of the Chief Budgetary Officer, this position provides for budgetary support for all payroll activities, including OPERS and benefits processing and completion of all period-end closing. Performs other related duties as required, including assisting with budgetary processes as assigned. The position has no supervisory duties. Required qualifications: completion of secondary education or equivalent, two or four year accounting degree is preferred; or any equivalent combination of education, experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, abilities, specifically find accounting, work experience income at finance. High emphasis on experience with fund accounting, specifically clear understanding of all aspects of payroll processing, OPERS, benefits plans etc. Current experience with Munis budgetary and payroll system as required. Mastery level preferred. Grade 11; pay range: $18.44-$27.66
Ohio Auditor of State We want you! As Ohio's chief compliance officer, the Auditor of State makes Ohio government more efficient, effective, and transparent by placing checks and balances on state and local governments for taxpayers. Click here to learn more about our office! What will you be doing? Conduct financial audits of cities, villages, schools, universities, counties, fire districts, townships, cemeteries, libraries, state and county agencies, and commissions. Why work for the Auditor of State? Working for the AOS will allow you to achieve your career goals without sacrificing your personal goals. · Flexible work schedules and locations · Rapid advancement opportunities · Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program · Tuition and professional exam reimbursement · Excellent benefits and retirement plan These are just a few of the incredible benefits that the AOS has to offer you. You deserve a life outside of work and that’s what we can offer! Educational and Experience: • Bachelor’s degree from accredited college or university (Accountancy degree preferred) • OR successful completion of at least 16 semester hours or equivalent in accounting or related field from an accredited college, university, trade, technical or vocational school beyond high school level • OR possess at least three years’ experience in accounting or related field per Section117.09 of the Ohio Revised Code • Must have a valid Ohio driver’s license. That’s it! So, if you want to join an agency with a friendly work environment, competitive salaries, rapid advancement opportunities, create your own work schedule, have the option to work from home, have part of your education paid for, and the opportunity to work on behalf of Ohio taxpayers, then the Ohio Auditor of State is right for you.
Regional Income Tax Agency About the Role: The purpose of this position is to maintain and reconcile the Agency’s accounting information in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). This position will perform professional government accounting work and is responsible for reconciling accounts, assisting with the annual audit, preparing journal entries and Agency investments. This position completes other work to assist the Finance Team and serves as a backup for several functions such as payroll.
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