Accounting Supervisor

Posted in Tribal Employment

Accounting Supervisor
Posted in Tribal Employment

Job Title: Accounting Supervisor
Department: Finance and Accounting
Supervisor: Chief Financial Officer
Supervises: Finance Department
Compensation: To be determined based on experience.

Position Summary:
The Accounting Supervisor is responsible for supervising clerical staff for oversight of the Accounts Payable, Payroll, Procurement and Accounts Receivables functions within the Finance Department. This Supervisor will be a backup person for each position and provide light accounting and general ledger activities. This position includes managing and directing daily activities for the staff to quickly and accurately facilitate the day to day tasks each subordinate is responsible and provide for posting approvals, internal reporting and developing & executing improvement plans for departmental process efficiencies and to enhance financial controls.
Major Responsibilities and Duties:
1. Oversees the daily accounting activities required to process departmental functions like
Accounts Payable, Payroll, Procurement and Accounts Receivables.
2. Oversees the proper adherence to Financial Controls and The Fiscal Policies & Procedures
3. Supervises, directs, and reviews the work of the accounting staff (including, but not limited to, cash receipts, check runs, accounts receivable transactions, fixed asset activity, payroll, accounts payable transactions, debt activity, recording of revenue and expenses, etc.).
4. Cash management (including placement/movement of funds in various cash accounts, as needed).
5. Maintains organized set of detailed records and files to document financial transactions.
6. Reviews and approves postings to the general ledger on an as needed basis and assures proper general ledger coding of expenditures, revenues, cash receipts and other general ledger activities.
7. Coordinates monthly, quarterly, and annual accounting closing activities.
8. Produces monthly, quarterly and annual general fund financial statements and ad hoc financial reports.
9. Makes and implements recommendations to improve internal fiscal controls, accounting processes and procedures.
10. Performs other duties as assigned or required.
Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
1. Strong understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and Governmental Accounting Standards (GASB).
2. Hands on experience with accounts payable, payroll, cash receipts, accounts receivable and/or procurement. Preference for experience with multiple functions.
3. Experience with governmental/non‐profit accounting principles and procedures.
4. Demonstrated ability to develop and establish financial policies and procedures.
5. Ability to work independently, with little supervision.
6. Ability to effectively direct and supervise.
7. Knowledge of operating and capital budget concepts.
8. Knowledge of policies and practices associated with payroll and benefits administration.
9. Knowledge of personnel policies and procedures.
10. Knowledge and ability in the use of a personal computer and software applications (e.g. Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, etc.).
11. Ability to effectively use a modern automated financial management system. Knowledge of Abila Fund Accounting (MIP) a plus
12. Strong organizational skills and the ability to maintain detailed records.
13. Ability to communicate effectively both written and verbally during times of deadline related pressure.
14. Ability to work effectively under stressful conditions.
15. Ability to exercise initiative and sound judgment and to react with discretion under varying conditions.
Education and Work Experience Requirements:
1. A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree with an emphasis in accounting.
2. At least two years supervising staff in the area of accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, procurement, financial statement preparation and accounting period monthly closes.
3. Experience working with an automated financial management system.

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ALL applicants must be willing to submit to and pass a pre-employment drug screening and background check. Preference will be given to Native Americans in accordance with P.L. 93-638. Benefits after successful completion of 90 day initial trial period include: paid holidays, accumulative vacation and sick time.

OPEN AS OF April 14, 2014

For applications and to send a resume Contact Charles White @ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 530-335-5421 EXT 1201

Attachments:
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Accounts Payable Specialist

Posted in Tribal Employment

Accounts Payable Specialist
Posted in Tribal Employment

Title: Accounts Payable Specialist
Department: Finance and Accounting
Supervisor: Chief Financial Officer
Supervises: None
Rate of Pay: $14-$20

Position Summary:
This position is responsible to all check disbursements for all programs and departments.
Specific Responsibilities:
1. Ensure accurate coding of all invoices, check requests, travel advances, and mileage reimbursements
2. Print and disburse all accounts payable checks
3. Reconcile all Travel Advances
4. Quarterly Revenue Sharing Disbursements
5. Assist with other task as assigned by supervisor
Qualifications:
1. Must be High School graduate or Equivalent, and one year of general accounting experience
2. Must have MIP accounting experience
3. Must be able to type and ten-key with accuracy
4. Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, and Access

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ALL applicants must be willing to submit to and pass a pre-employment drug screening and background check. Preference will be given to Native Americans in accordance with P.L. 93-638. Benefits after successful completion of 90 day initial trial period include: paid holidays, accumulative vacation and sick time.

OPEN AS OF April 14, 2014

For applications and to send a resume Contact Charles White @ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 530-335-5421 EXT 1201

Attachments:
Download this file (Pit River Tribe Application.pdf)Pit River Tribe Application.pdf[ ]76 kB

Chief Financial Officer

Posted in Tribal Employment

Chief Financial Officer

 

Department:               Finance/Accounting

Reports to:                  Tribal Council

Supervises:                  Finance Staff

Rate of Pay:                DOE

 

Position Summary:

 

Ensures financial and accounting policies, functions, resources and programs are maintained in accordance with established laws, regulations, policies, procedures and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and Governmental Accounting Standards. This position is the technical accounting and compliance function within the Pit River Tribe. This is a critical position requiring strong, fully developed governmental accounting skills, knowledge of governmental accounting, and applicable software. Applicant must have a thorough understanding of grant management and compliance. This position is responsible for the preparation of monthly financial statements, tax reporting, and financial grant & contract reports, as well as quarterly reconciliations with programs and/or departments.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Manages general ledger accounting, including all balance sheet accounts (bank reconciliation), coding of expenditures to proper budget accounts.

 ·         Prepares monthly financial reports, month-end closing procedures, and submit written and oral report to Tribal Council on monthly basis.

 ·         Prepares and files all quarterly and annual tax returns.

 ·         Prepares all draw downs for grants and contracts, issues all financial reports to granting/contract agencies

 ·         Assures complete and proper audit documentation of all accounting transactions.

 ·         Supervises Payroll, Accounts Receivable, and Accounts Payable processing, and oversees all accounting functions.

 ·         Maintains or supervises the maintenance of all contract/grant files for completeness.

 ·         Compliance with all Tribal fiscal policies and procedures and updates as required by agencies, grants or the PRT.

 ·         Manages sensitive/confidential employment information & records, and compensation & benefits administration.

 ·         Archive and Record & Document Management.

 ·         Manages Accounting Information Systems and Government-wide Information Technology Systems.

 ·         Development and implementation of commodity strategies plans and the management of supplier relationship. Other areas of responsibility include price negotiation, planning, inventory control, and quality control.

 ·         Generate Annual Government-wide Financial Statements and Statement of Activities as required by OMB A-133 Single Audit Act.

 

Qualification Requirements:

 Minimum Bachelor Degree in Accounting, Masters preferred, and five or more years of experience in administering governmental accounting, supervising accounting staff, experience with Sage 100 fund accounting software, grant & contract administration, working knowledge of MS Excel, Word, & Access, willingness to work with substantial detail, meet deadlines, and perform tasks on a repetitive monthly basis. Applicant must submit to and pass a pre-employment drug test and employment background check.

 
 Specific Software Experience Requirements:

 ·         Sage 100 Fund Accounting Software
·         Sage Human Resources for Fund Accounting
·         Sage Employee Web Services for Fund Accounting
·         DocStar Document Management

 

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

 Must have a valid California State drivers license and be insurable pursuant to the PRT vehicle policy. May be required to drive a tribal/GSA vehicle to perform job duties. If so, a driving history, background check will be conducted on the applicant.

 

Indian Preference

 

Preference given to qualified Native American under the Federal Indian Preference Act, (43 CFR, 17.3 [d]). Applicants claiming Indian Preference must submit verification of Indian certification by tribe of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of Indian heritage.

 

Note:  

 

This position requires an awareness and deep appreciation of Indian tradition, custom, and socioeconomic need. It requires the ability, at all times, to meet and deal effectively in contacts with Indian people and organization. This requires tact, courtesy, confidentiality, discretions, resourcefulness, and good judgment in handling sensitive issues.

 Please submit all Resumes and Applications to:

 

Pit River Tribe
36970 Park Avenue
Burney, CA 96013

Administration

Phone # 530-335-5421

Pit River Health Job Postings

Posted in Tribal Employment

Pit River Health Services

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS ARE OPEN FOR HIRE AND AVAILABLE UNTIL FILLED:

FT Financial Controller; Salary: Grade 11, Exempt. Must have a Bachelors Degree in Accounting, Financial Mgmt or Business Admin, and two years exp in non-profit, private or government health care organizations. Responsible for the financial stability and accountability of all program activities, to develop, implement and maintain the Fiscal Policies and procedures of the organization.

Behavioral Health Director (LCSW); Salary: Grade 12 (Negotiable), Exempt. Must possess a Masters Degree from an accredited college or university. License req. LCSW, or Clinical Psychologist. Responsible for providing prevention, intervention, and mental health treatment services to clients.

Family Nurse Practioner; Salary: Grade 13, Exempt. Must be licensed to practice in Ca. Responsible for providing medical services in conjunction with the Medical Director and in accordance with Medical protocols/standardized procedures of the organization.

Accounts Receivable; Salary: Grade 6, Non-Exempt.Track all invoices submitted by PRHS and enter these along with all cash and A/R receipts into PRHS accounting software. Employee will ensure compliance and appropriate management of government funding contracts and other contractual funding sources as assigned


 ALL applicants must be willing to submit to and pass a pre-employment drug screening and background check. Preference will be given to Native Americans in accordance with P.L. 93-638. Benefits after successful completion of 90 day initial trial period include: Health Insurance, paid holidays, accumulative vacation and sick time.
OPEN AS OF March 6, 2014

For applications and to send a resume Contact Sophia Villarruel @ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 530-335-5090 ext. 132

Tribal Government Tax Collector

Posted in Tribal Employment

Position Job: Tribal Government Tax Collector
Department: Governmental
Reports To: Tribal Council
Status: Exempt Fulltime Permanent
Annual Salary Range: $32,000 DOE

Indian Preference in accordance with the Indian Preference Act of 1934, application for this position must include verification of Indian blood, if Indian heritage is claimed.

Purpose:
The Pit River Tribe (PRT) job description is a management tool to help organize duties and provide employees with the employer’s expectations with regard to the specific job classification. The duties listed are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is a reasonable assignment for the position.

Summary: The purpose of this position is to ensure that all taxes assessed on tribal businesses, or any business located on tribal trust land within the Pit River Tribes jurisdiction is administered and enforced according to the PRT taxation code.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Include the following because of the PRT’s commitment to community service and the well-being of its members, each employee may be expected to perform a wide range of office and field duties relating to the program requirements:
•    Make recommendations to the Tribal Businesses regarding amendments to the code.
•    To demand access to and inspect, examine and audit all papers, books, and records of all persons, and entities subject to taxation under this code, and require verification of any matter affecting the taxation of such person or entity or the enforcement of this code.
•    To issue subpoenas and compel the attendance of witnesses at scheduled hearings.
•    To propose  regulations as authorized by the code.
•    To receive and investigate complaints of violations of this code or of its rules, and to refer for prosecution the violations of such rules.
•    Conduct tax processing business as delineated within the code
•    Annual and quarterly reports of all of all tax revenues collected as provided in the code, and all investigative actions conducted within the report period.
•    Propose for adoption or amendment, or repeal such regulations, consistent with the policy, objects and purposes of the code.

•    Oversight of all forms used by the tax payers, the form and manner in which tax payers keep records, books and accounts.
•    The manner and method of collection of tax and delinquent tax.
•    Requirements concerning payment by a tax payer of all or a portion of the cost of an investigation of that tax payer.
•    Protection of due process and the rights of tax payers and all individuals subject to the enforcement of the code.
•    Procedures for proposing rules.
•    Develop forms, tax stamps, or seals that may be necessary for the purpose of verifying compliance with the code.
•    Distribution of tax proceeds.
•    Accurate records shall be stored and maintained, and backed up
•    Receive all appeals and make recommendations on those appeals.

Qualifications:
•    Must be able to pass background check
•    Must have a California driver’s license and own a vehicle and must BE INSURED
•    Bachelor degree related to finance preferred; or Experience related in accounting finance field / tax collection assessment.
•    Must have excellent written and oral communication skills.
•    Experience in investigatory work.
•    Knowledge of Microsoft word, Excel, and database systems
•    Ability to read analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to respond to questions from groups of managers, community members, agency representatives and Tribal Council
•    Ability to calculate figures and amounts, proportions, percentages
•    Knowledge of state and federal guidelines, regulations and laws pertaining to tax issues.
•    Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, and be able to prioritize assignments
•    Must be willing to submit to and clear a pre-employment alcohol and drug screen the PRT is a drug free work place


Acknowledgement:
Nothing in this position description, or by completion of any requirement of the job by the employee, is intended to create a contract of employment of any type.