The Department of Mental Health is a drug-free workplace. All candidates will be required to pass a mandatory pre-employment drug test.
This position is located at the Department of Mental Health, Central Office, 2414 Bull Street, Columbia, SC 29201.
Under limited supervision, performs and coordinates the verification of financial transactions necessary for the creation of and maintenance of accounting records
for receipting agency revenue, internal recording of financial information and review/analysis of financial transactions for the Business Office, a unit of the Division of Financial Services within the Department of Mental Health. Interprets policies and procedures in the evaluation of business operations to determine necessity for procedural modifications and/or programmatic changes. Serves as a supervisor of the Fiscal Analyst I and also as acting supervisor during the absence of the manager or supervisor of the DOFS (Division of Financial Services) Business Office. Maintains a complex cash receipt system for incoming revenue and Client Personal Funds received by the agency via the Central Administration Business Office. Analyzes revenue coding and processes documents for updating to a computerized accounting system inclusive of general deposits, payment refunds, and donations. Reviews the financial detail summarized on balance worksheets and executes deposit transactions for commercial banking institutions. Compiles data relating to the allocation of canteen vending commission payments. Prepares summaries of financial information to properly allocate commission totals by facilities/centers. Maintains a highly integrated banking system to record and process stand the federal government benefits for clients of SCDMH remitted by direct deposit. Conducts financial and banking systems training for newly appointed cashiers from the DOFS policy and procedures manual. A working knowledge of government fiscal accounting process, practices and policies. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel software. Ability to interpret and analyze financial data, records and reports. Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing. Experience and a level of comfort with training others and making presentations. Performs other duties as required.
Minimum and Additional Requirements:
State Requirements: A high school diploma and professional experience in a related area such as accounting, auditing, finance or commercial lending.
Agency Requirements: A high school diploma and a minimum of six (6) years of work experience in a related area such as accounting, auditing, finance and/or Business Administration.
A bacherlor's degree in accounting and one year of related experience. Banking or cashier experience. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.
Supplemental questions are considered part of your official application. Please complete the state application to include all current and previous work history and education. A resume may be attached, but not substituted for completing work history and education sections of the employment application. The employment application will be considered incomplete and not forwarded.
State of South Carolina - 5 months ago