Title: Grant Accountant
Job Number: REQ-82255
Salary: $3,768 – $5,758 per month
Deadline: 12/27/2021 at 11:59pm Pacific Time
Do you have experience in Government Accounting? Do you use your accounting skills to reconcile complex sets of data?
If this sounds like you, come join our leadership team as Grant Accountant and support one of Oregon’s greatest resources – State Parks!
This position falls under the classification of Accountant 2.
OPRD’s mission is to provide and protect outstanding natural, scenic, cultural, historic and recreational sites for the enjoyment and education of present and future generations.
Our Operating Principles
Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) believes Operating Principles are core values that, if mutually accepted and supported by all employees, will create a connected, respectful, and trusting work environment. Our Operating Principles are: Accountability, Commitment, Empathy, Empowerment, Fun, Integrity, Respect, & Well-being.
What you will do:
As a Grant Accountant, you will monitor and reconcile federal revenue and expenditures by fund/fund detail; provide accounting and monitoring for the agency’s five major grant programs, (Recreational Vehicle, Recreational Trails, Land & Water, Local Government, All Terrain Vehicle Grants); Prepare reports of lodging revenues and prepare distributions to the Department of Revenue and local governments for lodging tax; and serve as a liaison with Treasury for PCI compliance and 3rd Party Agreements.
(a) A CPA certificate.
(b) Two (2) years of professional accounting experience applying basic accounting theory and principles to examine, account for, reconcile, analyze, and interpret standard accounting data and records; AND a Bachelor's degree in Accounting; or
any discipline that includes or is supplemented by 30 quarter (20 semester) credit hours in accounting.
(c) One (1) years of professional accounting experience applying basic accounting theory and principles to examine, account for, reconcile, analyze, and interpret standard accounting data and records; AND 15 quarter (10 semester) graduate-level accounting credit hours may substitute for one year of the professional accounting experience.
(d) 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 (2) years of accounting experience 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.
The State of Oregon requires all executive branch employees to complete their COVID-19 vaccination series or have an approved exception to the requirement due to a medical condition or sincerely held religious belief. Successful candidates for this position must submit vaccination documentation or be approved for an exception prior to their first day of employment. Failure to provide proof of full documentation or receipt of an approved exception will lead to withdrawal of the job offer. For more information, visit our policy listed here.
What we are looking for (Desired Attributes):
What's in it for you:
This is a fantastic opportunity to support millions of visitors connecting with the best state park system in America. You will work with a team of supportive, talented and highly motivated professionals. And, you’ll receive a fantastic benefits packaging including:
LINK TO OFFICIAL STATE APPLICATION (required):