Accounting Officer (Controller) job with USAJobs

Duties

Summary

This position is located in the Finance Office composed of four divisions: Financial Management, Procurement, Budget and Business Management. The Finance Office administers financial programs for budgeting, accounting, external auditing, payroll, travel, securities and investment, and financial management reporting for appropriated (federal) and non-appropriated (donated/private) funds.

Learn more about this agency

Responsibilities

The incumbent reports to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and serves in that position in the CFO’s absence.

The Accounting Officer (Controller) has direct responsibility for:

  • Directs the general accounting and financial reporting activities of the Museum.
  • Ensures proper accounting treatment in the recording of transactions and integrity of transactions posted to the general ledger through procedures that provide for appropriate reviews and approvals.
  • Prepares and submit all required financial and management reporting on federal funds including the review and approval of monthly, quarterly and annual general ledger closings.
  • Ensures Museum-wide compliance with applicable
Read More

Accounting Officer job with USAJobs

Duties

Summary

About the Position: This is a permanent supervisory position with Humphreys Engineer Center Support Activity(HECSA), Resource Management Office, Finance and Accounting Branch, located at 7701 Telegraph Road, Alexandria, Virginia. For more information on HECSA, visit: http://www.usace.army.mil/HECSA.aspx .

Learn more about this agency

Responsibilities

  • Serves as Accounting Officer and as Chief, Finance and Accounting Branch of the Humphreys Engineer Center Support Activity (HECSA) Resource Management.
  • Manages and directs the activities of the branch through subordinate senior staff accountants, financial analysts and accounting technicians administered by Headquarters US Army Corps of Engineers (HQUSACE) and HCESA Chief.
  • Plans, organizes, directs, and coordinates the activities of diverse sources of funds encompassing every aspect of the Corps of Engineers Financial Management System (CEFMS) accounting to include military, civil, and revolving fund accounting.
  • Coordinates with the USACE Finance Center (UFC) in the preparation of financial reports and accounting statements, reviewing, and approving them. Initiates
Read More

Accountant job with USAJobs | 41548787

Duties

Summary

This position is located in the Office of Finance and Accounting (OF&A), Accounts Payable Team (AP) Smithsonian Institution (SI). The AP Tax Specialist is responsible for various duties within the AP including, but not limited to, proper withholding and payment of U.S. income taxes for non-employee vendors, filing of all relevant IRS tax forms such as forms 1042 and 1099, maintenance of electronic and paper files, problem resolution and audit support and serving as backup to the AP Supervisor.

Learn more about this agency

Responsibilities

The incumbent will serve as the AP Tax Specialist and reports to the AP Supervisor. The AP Tax Specialist is responsible for various duties within the team including, but not limited to, proper withholding and payment of U.S. income taxes for non-employee vendors, filing of all relevant IRS tax forms such as forms 1042 and 1099, maintenance of electronic and paper files, problem

Read More

Project Finance Internship job with USAJobs

Duties

Summary

Within the Office of Development Credit (DC), the Project Finance team works to provide debt financing to projects located in less developed countries where such support will have a developmental impact.
Learn more about this agency

Responsibilities

The Project Finance team specializes in financial sector, telecommunications, manufacturing, and other highly complicated transactions. Note that students interested in Impact Investing finance should apply directly to the Socially Responsible Investing team or the Social Enterprise Finance team. Interns receive exposure to international project finance and work in collaboration with seasoned financiers in the loan origination process. The life cycle of a loan is made up of underwriting, due diligence and Know Your Customer review, an approval process whereby papers are written for the purpose of obtaining approval from Credit Policy, Investment Committee and, depending on the size of the loan, the Board of Directors, loan agreement negotiations and disbursement. After

Read More

Subscribe US Now