[OSFA] Accountant 3 Vacancy at DHS
MCINTYRE John * DAS SCD
John.Mcintyre at state.or.us
Mon Apr 4 16:15:46 PDT 2005
Accountant 3 vacancy at DHS' Office of Financial Services at DHS.
This posting closes 4/18/05.
OREGON DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
Administrative Services Employment Opportunity
(INTERFACE RESOURCE ANALYST)
$3208 - $4476 MONTHLY
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: LEHS5193
CLASSIFICATION NUMBER: C1217
OPEN: APRIL 4, 2005
APPLICATION DEADLINE: APRIL 18, 2005
This employment opportunity is with Administrative Services/Office of
Financial Services, Interface Resource Unit, which is part of the
Department of Human Services (DHS). There is one full-time opening
located in Salem. This position is union represented.
This recruitment announcement will be used to establish a list of
qualified candidates to fill the current vacancy and may be used to fill
future vacancies as they occur.
A CPA certificate and two additional years of professional accounting
Four years of professional experience and either:
A Bachelor=s degree in Accounting; or
A Bachelor=s degree in any discipline that includes or is supplemented
by 30 quarter (20 semester) credit hours in accounting. Credit hours
must be upper division from a system of higher education (four-year
institution accredited to grant Baccalaureate degrees); or
30 quarter (20 semester) credit hours in accounting. Credit hours must
be upper division from a system of higher education (four-year
institution accredited to grant Baccalaureate degrees; and two years
doing independent research and analysis which included making
recommendations that resolved issues; or
30 quarter (20 semester) credit hours in any of the following:
accounting principles, intermediate accounting, advanced accounting,
finance, business law, cost accounting, accounting information systems
or auditing; and two years of accounting experience including a)
classifying, analyzing and reconciling complex financial data and
records; b) designing, recommending and installing modifications of
accounting methods, procedures, forms and records; c) preparing audited
financial statements and reports; d) analyzing and interpreting laws,
regulations, codes and ordinances to ensure the legality of financial
transactions; and e) analyzing and interpreting complex accounts and
account relationships resulting in accounting entries.
Two years of the experience must be equivalent to the Accountant 2 level
which includes a) setting up ledgers, account codes and controls; and b)
modifying accounting systems.
15 quarter (10 semester) graduate-level accounting credit hours may
substitute for one year of the professional accounting experience.
Graduate-level courses used to satisfy the educational requirement may
not be used to satisfy the experience requirement.
Credits must be from an accredited college or university. Submit a
photocopy of transcripts or list the CPA certificate number in the
License/Registration/Certification section of the application.
SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING
State of Oregon Application Form PD100 AND
A cover letter that clearly addresses each of the following desired
competencies listed below. If you do not respond to each of the desired
competencies, you will not be offered an interview. Qualified applicants
whose background most closely matches the desired competencies will be
invited to interview.
Experience working with the State Financial Management Application
(SFMA) or a mainframe accounting system.
Developing processes, systems and financial reports to ensure the
accuracy and the integrity of interfaced financial data.
You may deliver, mail, or FAX your completed application. It must be
received no later than 5:00 p.m. on the application deadline.
Department of Human Services
Recruitment and Retention Unit
ATTENTION: Jean Fauth
500 Summer Street NE, E22
Salem OR 97301-1099
FAX your application to 503-378-2249 or 503-378-8463
When faxing your application please include a cover sheet indicating
number of pages sent.
Obtain application materials, job, and benefits information by doing one
of the following:
Access the DHS website at http://www.dhs.state.or.us/jobs/
Call the DHS Job Line at 503-945-5742.
Contact your local Oregon Employment Department office.
If you need assistance to participate in the application process, you
are encouraged to call 503-945-5698 (voice) or 503-945-6214 (TTY)
between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. (Pacific Time) Monday through Friday.
Keep a copy of your application materials for your job interviews. DHS
does not provide copies. Although faxing your application is an option,
DHS is not responsible for materials that are illegible or missing as a
result of FAX transmission errors or loss in the mail or e-mail. Pay on
all announcements may change without notice.
Notice of your application results will be sent to you by mail.
Although agencies are not required to delay their selection process, you
may request a review of your application results. This review request
must be received in writing within 10 days from the date of the notice.
Additional application information cannot be accepted. However, if the
recruitment is still open you may submit a new application, which must
be received in our office by the close date of the recruitment.
If you are offered employment, the offer will be contingent upon the
outcome of a criminal background and driving records check. Any history
of criminal activity will be reviewed and could result in the withdrawal
of the offer or termination of employment.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
This position is responsible for monitoring, correcting and adjusting
the daily interfaces of the majority of the DHS computerized accounting
systems. The major duties include:
Developing control processes and system enhancements;
Designing system modifications including the review and evaluation of
the interrelations between the user's needs and application programs;
Interpreting and analyzing controls and reports to detect rejected
Reviewing allotment and funding requirements;
Analyzing and interpreting complex fiscal data and;
Participating in meetings.
Lifting boxes weighing up to 30 pounds may be required.
PRIOR TO SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION HAVE YOU:
Reviewed the "Qualifications" section on this announcement to verify
that you meet the minimum qualifications for this position?
Clearly stated your qualifying experience on your application?
Indicated the correct title, class and announcement numbers from this
announcement on your application?
Included your social security number on the front page of your
Signed and dated your application?
Attached any required supplemental information as listed in the "Submit
the Following" section?
ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT
DHS is about people. We help Oregonians be independent, healthy, and
safe. We protect children who are abused or neglected. We provide
treatment services to people whose lives are damaged by alcohol and
drugs. We serve seniors, people with disabilities, and people with
mental illness. We help low-income people along the road to
self-sufficiency with health coverage, job preparation, childcare and
other supports. We provide leadership in public health services. Our
services are delivered in the least restrictive setting and in
partnership with communities. We are absolutely committed to ongoing
innovation in the delivery of services. We are committed to recruiting,
developing and retaining dedicated employees. For a complete
explanation of state employee benefits, visit our website at
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action, equal employment opportunity and workplace diversity.
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