Dunn County – Accounting Manager

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    Keith Strey

    Location Menomonie, WI
    Salary $65,540.80 – $85,987.20 Annually
    Job Type Full-Time
    Closing 1/18/2022 11:59 AM Central

    Job Summary
    The Accounting Manager performs difficult administrative work developing and maintaining financial records and reports; coordinating and supervising administrative functions of the finance office; preparing fiscal reports; managing purchase requisitions, and related work as apparent or assigned.

    Primary Responsibilities
    Oversees accounting, payroll, and cash management services; analyzes and prepares fiscal and accounting reports.
    Performs advanced accounting functions related to the general ledger; monitors areas of the financial system and prepares financial statements including year-end adjustment and closing entries.
    Prepares costa analysis of various County programs, services, and operations.
    Oversees divisional grant applications, contracts, and reimbursement requests to ensure fiscal requirements and financial responsibilities are achieved; monitors grants for audit reporting.
    Establishes rates and billing for internal and contracted services.
    Manages revenue and funding streams including state funding, third-party collection, and Medical Assistance.
    Oversees the calculation, reconciliation, and reporting of payroll and related Federal and State withholdings and contributions.
    Manages, plans, and implements the administration of all provider contracts, including the setting of rates, provider relations, maintenance of records, and evaluation of contractor performance and enforces provider audit compliance; collaborates and communicates with local provider agencies, state departments, and funding agencies.
    Reviews and calculates cost estimates, provides information and assistance; prepares reports for projecting estimated expenditures and fund availability; monitors construction costs; prepares invoices and monitors subcontractor’s fiscal reports.
    Oversees and ensures compliance with Uniform Grant Guidance Guidelines.
    Coordinates and oversees external independent department audits; provides supporting documentation for the County audit, provides documentation, and oversees resolution of audit issues.
    Provides technical assistance related to budget and fiscal management; oversees maintenance and submission of regulatory forms and reports by applicable laws and regulatory agencies.
    Assists in the development and recommendation of long-range fiscal programs and financial systems.
    Maintains security for Financial Accounting System including user set-up, establishing security access, and account access.
    Participates as a member of the Lead Administrative Team; represents the department in committees and workgroups as
    necessary; provides back-up for other Accounting Managers and Chief Financial Officer as needed.
    Supervises staff by County policies and applicable laws; interviews and trains employees; plans, assigns, and directs work of staff.
    Works on special projects, studies, programs, services, and operations as necessary.
    Performs other duties of a comparable level/type, as assigned.
    Minimum Qualifications

    Bachelor’s degree with coursework in accounting, or related field and considerable experience in accounting.
    Requires a minimum of four (4) years previous bookkeeping and accounting experience.

    Certified Public Accountant
    DOT experience
    Governmental accounting experience

    Valid driver’s license of the ability to travel between work locations.
    Prior to hire, a background check including criminal record history will be conducted. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant’s suitability and competence to perform in the position.

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