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General Ledger Manager

Employer
Valley Mountain Regional Center Inc
Location
Stockton, California, United States
Closing date
May 16, 2024

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Job Role
Manager
Sector
Finance
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
General Statement of Duties: Under the direction of the Chief Financial Officer, the General Ledger Manager will perform a wide variety of managerial accounting functions. The General Ledger Manager is primarily responsible for the integrity of the agency general ledger. This person works to improve the operational and financial effectiveness of the organization.

Working Condition and Physical Requirement:

The majority of duties are performed in the office.
Must have reliable transportation and be able to travel locally (i.e. field offices)
Must possess the ability to sit at a work station for up to 5 hours at a time.
Must be able to frequently stand, walk, bend, reach, push, pull and lift up to 25 pounds.
Must possess adequate manual dexterity and coordination to operate standard office equipment (i.e. computer, telephone, fax machine, etc.)
Must be able to read, write and comprehend large amounts of written material such as reports and regulations, use the telephone, and communicate via electronic mail.
Excellent oral and written skills are essential.

Key Responsibilities Essential Functions

1. Maintains a thorough working knowledge of and adheres to organization policies and procedures.

2. Develops, recommends, and documents written policies, standards, procedures, and metrics in support of the organizations goals.

3. Interprets and analyzes financial and statistical data.

4. Makes recommendations to improve internal control.

5. Responsible for monitoring all general ledger activity and maintaining documentation of account balances.

6. Responsible for banking activities.

7. Responsible for processing the State Claim for reimbursement.

8. Makes certain that the fixed assets of the organization are properly accounted for.

9. Responsible for preparation of the monthly and annual SOAR reports.

10. Processes payroll, manual checks, and works closely with human resources personnel on payroll policies and procedures.

11. Responsible for the preparation of monthly reports for Board and Management analysis.

12. Plans, coordinates, and directs the activities of assigned staff.

13. Reviews performance of assigned staff and takes corrective action where warranted.

14. Responds to accounting related requests from the State of California Department of Developmental Services.

15. Prepares surveys, census reports, business property statements, state sales task returns, and the like.

16. Takes the lead on the annual State of California rollover process as it relates to Fiscal Operations.

17. Assists with the conduct of the annual independent, biannual DDS, and vendor audits on an ongoing basis.

18. Keeps CFO well-informed of activities, results of efforts, and problems identified.

19. Respects confidentiality in discussing consumer, staff, volunteers and fiscal matters.

20. Becomes thoroughly knowledgeable, interprets and implements regulations and guidelines of federal and state governments as they relate to the regional center fiscal operations.

21. Actively participates in management meetings and routinely conducts meetings.

22. Other job related duties as assigned.

Supervision Responsibility
Direct Reports: Senior Accountant
Accounting Assistant (Accounts Payable)
Indirect Reports: None

Compensation: $85,857.20 -$115.056.50 Annually

Minimum Position Requirements: Bachelors Degree in Business Administration preferably in accounting and a minimum of two years of increasingly responsible accounting experience required. Masters Degree in Business Administration and/or State of California Certified Public Accountant licensure is highly desirable. Knowledge of Microsoft Office including the ability to use complex spreadsheets and databases required. Two years supervisory experience required. Knowledge of accounting terminology, knowledge of best practices and procedures; knowledge of office methods, procedures and equipment; ability to maintain ledgers; ability to prepare and present financial statements and reports; ability to prepare and present statistical summaries and reports; ability to locate, classify and interpret a heavy volume of complex financial and statistical information; ability to make calculations rapidly and accurately; and the ability to learn procedures of computerized accounting systems required. Knowledge of an IBM AS400 computer environment is highly desirable. All driving positions are required to meet our driver acceptability criteria and maintain a valid California drivers license.

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