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GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
The FISCAL COORDINATOR 1 participates in the analysis, planning, interpreting, and review of a fiscal operation. The Fiscal Coordinator 1 performs duties which are concerned primarily with fiscal affairs and the translation of past and proposed operations into meaningful and relevant information for use in the overall management process. Employees use accounting theory to perform such functions as accounting, auditing, analysis, budgeting, reporting payroll, and other types of fiscal operations. Work is characterized by coordination and correlation of functions into a system of control and management.
This is the first level of a two-level series. It is distinguished from the higher level by emphasis on analysis of a single fiscal function (e.g., purchasing or cash receipts) and less diversity in fiscal operations.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Allocation of positions to this class will depend on the total work performed which may include one or a combination of the duties or tasks listed below.
RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS
Employees in this class have frequent in person, telephone, and written contact with agency staff and management, technical staff, and management at other state agencies, and vendors in order to exchange information, address procedural questions, collect data, make recommendations and clarifications, secure approvals, provide assistance, and solve problem. Topics include legality, appropriateness, status, policy, and procedure.
Employees in this class receive general supervision from an administrative or academic supervisor. Work is self-initiated based on agency wide policy or may be assigned orally or in writing and is reviewed for overall results. Work must comply with generally accepted principles, legal compliance with State statutes, regulations, procedures, and policies established by the agency, other State and Federal agencies, and collective bargaining contracts. Work is performed independently and reviewed through periodic progress reports and/or meetings with administrative superior.
Positions are found in central and remote locations throughout state government (e.g., general government agencies, human or natural resource agencies, correctional, mental health, or higher education institutions, hospitals, etc.). They require the willingness to work within the environment associated with the position's location.
A Bachelor's degree with 24 quarter (16 semester) hours of accounting courses and two years of accounting experience*; OR
A CPA or PA certificate and two years of accounting experience*; OR
24 quarter (16 semester) or 240 clock hours of accounting courses and three years of accounting experience*.
*Accounting experience must include at least 6 of the following:
Be specific in addressing your training and/or experience to the areas listed in the minimum qualifications.
All courses must be from accredited colleges, universities, or private vocational schools.
Transcripts must be submitted for all required and/or related courses.