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ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST 1
50% Audits and approves internal billings and cost transfers for propriety and completeness. Communicates with campus departments to assist with problem resolution when compliance issues arise. Reviews EIBs from departments and other campuses for accuracy and notifies supervisor once they are approved and ready for upload into Workday.
25% Assists with preparation of monthly financial statements. Runs cumulative error reports and initiates EIB corrections or journal corrections for accounting errors in Workday. Assists with developing and documenting departmental procedures. Prepares accruals, adjustments, closing entries, GASB 35 entries, financial statements, and footnotes at fiscal year end for Workday campuses to be included in the LSU System's Annual Financial Report.
15% Assists in monitoring agency and restricted accounts for overdrafts and communicates directly with departments for resolution when necessary. Assists with bank reconciliation desk procedures as needed and provides backup support for Analyst. Assists with check processing procedures, including but not limited to stop payments, cancels, and reissues.
10% Assists management with the preparation of the University’s Facilities and Administrative cost proposal, including but not limited to the University’s campus wide space survey. Performs other duties and special projects as assigned.
Please provide resume and three professional references including name, title, phone number and e-mail address.
Please attach ALL required documents under the "Resume/CV" section of your application.
Apply here: https://lsu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/LSU/details/Accounting-Analyst-1-Entry-Level-_R00078391?q=Accounting%20Analyst%201%20(Entry%20Level)
Training in a vocational-technical school or military school in Accounting, Accounting Technology, or Business will substitute for up to one year of required experience on the basis of one month of training for one month of experience.
Function of Work:
To provide limited support of accounting functions.
Level of Work:
Generally from higher-level fiscal or administrative positions.
Location of Work:
May be used by all state agencies.
Differs from Accounting Specialist 2 in that the duties are less complex.
Serves as the first level of review and approval of financial transactions relative to collections, refunds, funds disbursement, cost accounting, expenditure control, budgeting, grants management, program analysis, accounts payable, and accounts receivable to ensure accuracy and completeness of calculations, legitimacy of transactions, and proper authorization.
Responsible for posting and journalizing a variety of small accounts or one or more large accounts of limited complexity.
Confers with the general public, patients, vendors, and employees to obtain information and answer questions on a wide variety of matters.
Verifies calculations to balance receipts and to determine taxes, discounts, deductions, and additional charges.
Locates and corrects journalizing and posting errors.
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