Committed and motivated Administrative Accounting professional with extensive experience overseeing accounting operations. Internal Control Auditing, high degree of integrity, accuracy and attention to detail. Strong work ethic, professional demeanor and great initiative. Energetic, results-oriented team-player eager to bring strong administrative skills to a growing company in need of top-level support.
Exercise control and oversight of the accounting activities and functions of the fiscal department. Implemented and provided training to adhere to the State of Maryland Comptroller's Accounting Procedure Manual to enforce compliance. Maintained detailed administrative and procedural processes to improve accuracy and efficiency. Responsible for oversight of accounting activities and provide training to adhere to the Comptroller's Accounting Procedure Manual to ensure compliance. Perform experienced level professional accounting; review and assist in the development of agency policies and procedures for the agency Internal Control requirements. Identify potential problems and plan for solutions relating to internal control of accounting activities. Supervise, review and approve the Fiscal Activities of the Fiscal Service Director and Fiscal Staff, included; Accountant; Accounts Payable; Accounts receivable; Fiscal Specialist to bring MIA Agency in compliance after Audit findings originated by the Office of Legislative Auditors. Plan, organize, review and implement the Agency's Standard Operating Procedures for Compliance in accordance to GAAP / GAAS. Provide training to staff on accounting, reconciliation procedures and processes; including the navigation of FMIS as needed. Review and approve FMIS procurement; expenditure; revenue; deposits and fund transfer activities ensuring proper fund allocation and compliance with State Law and Regulation. Review working fund bank reconciliation, composition of funds, preform audit testing and change management requirements to ensure segregation of duty standards. Process of Employee Performance Evaluations; approves leave, and request counseling. Review working fund bank reconciliation and composition of funds. Ensure Agency travel reimbursements properly follow State of Maryland Travel guidelines and regulations. Ensure Agency adheres to the Department of Budget and Management travel regulations and procurement issues. Assist the Associate Commissioner and Fiscal Services Director with preparing internal control policy & procedures to adhere to State of MD guidelines and requirements. Perform Internal Control Audits for Compliance in accordance to GAAP. Prepare journal entries as needed and approve journal entries prepared by other Fiscal Staff. Assist Director with Preparation of monthly expenditure projections and Review monthly reports for proper recording of accounting and purchasing transactions consisting of MIA and Rate Stabilization accounts. Assist the Director of Fiscal Services in Maintaining the Agency Inventory System. Work with Fiscal Director in accomplishing the year-end close. Either perform or ensure completion of related accounting activities in FMIS in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Preform Premium Tax audits and reconciliation as assigned. Fiscal's Administrator for Enterprise System. FMIS ASM Functional Coordinator. Final approval of Travel & Corporate purchasing cards. Performed all other duties assigned by the Associate Commissioner & Director of Finance
Assist the Administrative Program Manager II (AD for Administration) in the planning and organizing the operation of the Fiscal Unit. Perform experienced level professional accounting, review and assist in the development of agency policies and procedures for the agency in regard to grants, programs, and risk management, resource allocations, monthly reporting of fund balances, homeland security and the Continuous Operations in the event of an emergency. Conducted departmental audits; budget monitoring, supervise the Fiscal Accounting Clerks; Fiscal Accounting Technicians, Agency Buyer, Fleet Manager, Asset Manager, and Switchboard Operator(s) of the entire Finance Department. Planned, organized and supervised Internal Audits on the Agency's Programs, to include County run programs that include Gift Cards and Petty Cash; review the Agency's Standard Operating Procedures for Compliance in accordance to GAAP / GAAS Plan. Approved Invoices; Travel Reimbursement Payments; Purchases; Purchase Orders and Requisitions. Completed Agency Monthly Bank Reconciliation's of all Bank Accounts. Monitored the Agency's Programs; creates and prepare special reports to include Agency Expenditures, and Receivables in support of Each Assistant Director's Program and Flex Funds. Released Child Support Funds on a weekly basis. Approved Cash Disbursements and Receivables in both our Statewide System (FMIS) and our local System (AFS) Reporting/Audit: Monitor and Report on our Agency's Program 10 Budget using various spreadsheets and Expenditure Models to the Assistant Directors of FIA and Administration. Provided information to auditors reviewing the Fiscal Services Unit and develops and implements corrective action plans resulting from audit exceptions. Processed of Employee Performance Evaluations; approves leave, and request counseling. Performed all AD Administrator duties; in the absent of the AD of Administration. Trained Accounting Employees as needed. Performed all other duties assigned by the AD Administrator & Director.
Preform and Process Accounts Payable Invoices for the administration; completed three way matching process; Invoice; Purchase Orders & Receiving Reports for accuracy. Processed weekly check run. Imported & Exported shipping files; match charges against PBSendsuite system charges. Prepared & Processed Monthly A/P spreadsheet to tie into G/L balances for reconciliations. Prepared & Processed Annual 1099 forms. Reconciled Bank Accounts. Posted Chargebacks. Processed Medicaid and Rebate Program payments. Answered all incoming telephone calls pertaining to vendor inquiries. Maintained office equipment, call in for repairs and new additions. Cross functional- Accounts Receivable Clerk & Accounting Manager. Maintained filing system; A/P & A/R Performed all other duties assigned by the Accounting Manager & Finance Director.
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•Strong verbal and written communication skills
•Skill in the use of personal computers and related software applications
•Ability to gather data, to compile information, and prepare reports
•Ability to learn applications and software quickly
•Ability to work independently and contribute to a team effort
•Ability to treat information, data, records confidentially
•Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles
•Skill in organizing resources and establishing priorities
•Ability to adapt to changing work locations and settings
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