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Accounting Clerk

Closing Date:
Open until position filled
5/3/2017
Job Summary:

Bargaining Unit: Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE)
Job Title: Accounting Clerk
Status: Permanent Full-Time
Initial FTE Allocation: 1.0
Initial Hours of Work: Seventy (70) hours per bi-weekly pay period

Subject to all hours of operation as required

Initial Work Assignment: Finance
Location: Kingston

Position Summary:

The Accounting Clerk performs all accounts payable functions and is responsible for the accurate, complete and timely preparation of payments to vendors for authorized purchases.

Responsibilities/Accountabilities:

Accounts Payable Processing

  • Verifies invoices and related backup for completeness and accuracy;
  • Entry of purchase orders and receipts as required;
  • Ensures appropriate authorization for payment is received prior to processing;
  • Records appropriate G/L account on invoice as required;
  • Monitors invoice backup for charge backs to third parties, and codes to G/L as appropriate for recovery;
  • Prepares cheques for approval;
  • Distributes cheques and remittance slips;
  • Liaises with vendors on issues related to Accounts Payable;
  • Maintains an up-to-date list of active vendors and service providers;
  • Maintains organized records of transactions processed.

Reconciliation of approved vendor invoice submissions

  • Processes invoices within the billing schedule;
  • Reconciles RA reports on a weekly, biweekly and/or monthly basis;
  • Reconciles quarterly service utilization reports with RA reports;
  • Assists with the preparation of contractual rate adjustments and retroactive payments;
  • Monitor vendor submissions for contract compliance;
  • Responds to Service Provider inquiries as appropriate.

Finance Department Support:

  • Prepares reports and analysis on financial/statistical activities as assigned;
  • Maintains file on various expenditures for month end use;
  • Prepares subrogation reports to Ministry of Health as directed;
  • Prepares reimbursement submissions for Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (clients) on a timely basis;
  • Provides accounting and administrative support to the Finance Department;
  • Is departmental backup to other Finance staff in their absence.
  • Maintains confidentiality and safeguards all information in accordance with legislation and South East CCAC policy.
  • Participates in maintaining office and equipment supplies, as required.
  • Participates in orientation of new staff.
  • Attends and participates in team meetings, ad hoc committees and staff meetings as required.
  • Performs other duties as required

Qualifications Required:

  • Minimum of a three (3) year diploma from an accredited college or university in business administration or equivalent;
  • Post-secondary school education in accounting;
  • Minimum of 2 years related experience;
  • Comprehensive working knowledge of accounting software (GL, AP, Purchasing, etc.);
  • Excellent computer skills – Windows, Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, Outlook;

Core Competencies:

Effective interpersonal and communication skills;

 Demonstrated attention to detail;

 Excellent organizational and time management skills;

 Demonstrated ability to work effectively, independently; and as a member of a team;

 Ability to meet deadlines, set priorities, and multi-task;

 Demonstrated commitment to facilitate change and promote opportunities for practice improvement;

 Demonstrated initiative in ongoing professional development

Hourly Salary Range: $21.03 to $25.25 per hour

How to Apply:

  • By e-mail to careers@se.ccac-ont.ca complete with resume, on or before May 3, 2017
  • Application must include Competition #32-2017 in the subject line

If you require a disability related accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please notify Human Resources. The South East CCAC is an equal opportunity employer.


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