Bookkeeper: The Gibraltar Group — Application closing 5/11/18

Job position / title: Bookkeeper

Name of business / employer: The Gibraltar Group

Job description / duties

The Gibraltar Group; A company of health care services is looking to hire a highly self-motivated individual who loves being organized! The prospect candidate must have extensive knowledge in QuickBooks and Excel. Flexible work hours and fun come with this part-time position. We are a drug free and tobacco free environment

Key Responsibilities

  • Prepare and remit federal, state and local tax reports and payments.
  • Prepare various reports, whether weekly, biweekly or monthly
  • Maintain and manage the preparation of all relevant A/R reimbursements
  • Reconcile all accounts monthly and produce financial statements and other reports
  • Issue and Pay supplier invoices
  • Manage medical supply inventory and product for potential distribution
  • Monitor receivables for prompt collection
  • Maintain an orderly account file system, chart of accounts and annual budget variances
  • Comply with local, state, and federal government reporting and registration filings
  • Manage various payroll platforms.
  • Ensure valid data transfer to/from payroll services.
  • Ensure accuracy of payroll records by maintaining database with updates in status change, tax withholdings, benefit deductions and time off accruals.
  • Responsible for the preparation and processing of biweekly payroll; review and ensure accuracy of approved timesheets; track and deduct all garnishments and other special payroll deductions
  • Maintains cash flow, oversees collections, ensures timely invoicing once a month
  • Perform tracking, auditing, analyzing, invoicing, billing, general ledger coding duties
  • Preform special projects and other duties as assigned

Requirements:

– Quick Book and general Bookkeeping for various streams of revenues; 3 years

– High level of proficiency in Excel with the ability to build and link multiple spreadsheets.

– Knowledge of basic financial systems; GAAP knowledge a plus

– Third-party payroll processing systems experience

– Experience in payroll related administration, reconciliation and processing.

– Ability to customize financial reports.

– Attention to detail and handles issues quickly and accurately

– Understands deadlines and can prioritize and multi-task

– Excellent written and verbal skills; Able to listen to direction

– Professional attitude; Willing to help and go the extra mile

– Dependable, punctual, and reliable with a strong work ethic.

– Must be able to sit for long periods of time, stand and lift up to 30 lbs

Education: Associates Degree

**Must be able to pass a background check and drug screen

Education: Associates Degree

Person or department to contact: Carla Shelton

Business address: 4200 Meridian St

Email: hr@gibraltarseniorliving.com

Phone: (360) 303-5043

How to apply

Please send a resume to hr@gibraltarseniorliving.com. Thank you

 

Applications should include

[×] Resume

[×] References

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Financial Accountant: Whatcom County Sheriff’s office

Job Summary

The Financial Accountant position works as an integral part of the Sheriff’s Office Administration team with staff throughout the Sheriff’s Office. The position performs diverse and complex accounting duties in a heavily regulated public-sector environment, including:

  • Managing multiple federal, state, and local grants and agreements with total awards over $2 million per year.
  • Performing contract accounting. Monitors and ensures compliance over financial aspects for approximately 60 departmental contracts.
  • Assisting in preparation, monitoring, and management of departmental budgets for 3 separate funds and over 60 different cost centers.
  • Preparing and monitoring accounts receivable billings and collections.
  • Processing accounts payable.
  • Providing back-up for departmental payroll.
  • Compiling data and preparing comprehensive financial reports for federal, state, and local agencies.
  • The successful candidate must be able to work cooperatively with diverse individuals, groups and agencies, in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment.

Qualifications

Requires an Associate’s degree in Accounting, Business Administration or a related field, AND two years of progressively responsible experience in an accounting-related field, including utilizing a computerized, integrated financial management system.

Experience with State and Federal grant and contract accounting and reporting required.

Knowledge of governmental accounting standards and public sector financial accounting experience is preferred

Due to Civil Service Rules, must be a United States citizen

HIRING PROCESS:  Top candidates will be invited (via email) to participate in pre-employment skills testing in the afternoon of March 20, 2018 and an Oral Board panel interview later that month.

Candidates who successfully pass both testing and the Oral Board interview will have their name placed on a Civil Service Eligibility Register.  The Eligibility Register will be used to fill the current Financial Accountant vacancy and other Financial Accountant positions that may become vacant in the Sheriff’s Office during the next 12 months.

Due to the extensive Sheriff’s Office background checking process, the person selected to fill this Financial Accountant position may not be eligible to begin employment for several months.  Candidates must be willing to participate fully in the background checking process and complete a polygraph examination and psychological evaluation.

To apply: Please visit our website
http://www.whatcomcounty.us/jobs

Corrections Deputy/Sheriff: Whatcom County

The basic requirements to be a Deputy Sheriff or Corrections Deputy are:

  • Requires a high school diploma or GED
  • College-level coursework in the area of corrections, law enforcement, law and justice, police science or social services is desired, but not required
  • Among other special requirements, a successful candidate, must:
  • Be a citizen of the United States
  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Read and write the English Language
  • Have a driver’s license and a driving record that meets County standards
  • Become a member of the local collective bargaining unit
  • Pass testing including:
  • Written – administered through Public Safety Testing – see Hiring Process Tab
  • Physical agility – administered through Public Safety Testing – see Hiring Process Tab
  • Background check
  • Physical examination
  • Psychological examination
  • Polygraph test
  • Other civil service examinations

For more information about this job/how to apply :

http://www.whatcomcounty.us/2342/Public-Safety-Jobs

Maintenance Aide: City of Bellingham — Application closing 04/30/2018

Job position / title: Maintenance Aide II – PW Seasonal

Name of business / employer: City of Bellingham

Job description / duties: Nature of Work

Seasonal Positions are available in Public Works. These seasonal positions will be filled as soon as possible. Length of season will vary depending on the positions.

The Public Works Department currently has several vacancies for the 2018 season:

  1. Maintenance Aide II – Facilities (2 positions; 6 Month Recurring Season)
  2. Maintenance Aide II – Stormwater Division (4 positions; 6 Month Recurring Season)
  3. Maintenance Aide II – Streets Division (4 positions; 6 Month Recurring Season)
  4. Maintenance Aide II – Traffic Division (5 positions; 3-4 Month Recurring Season)
  5. Maintenance Aide II – Water/Facilities (2 positions; 6 Month Recurring Season)

Public Works positions typically work 7:30 am – 4:00 pm, 5 days per week

NATURE OF WORK:

This position performs basic seasonal grounds and facilities maintenance. Specific duties depend upon program area assigned in the Public Works Department. Performs a variety of manual labor in the construction, maintenance, repair, operation and service work of all public works facilities. Operates hand and power tools and motorized equipment. Work consists of routine and repetitive tasks, processes and/or operations and will be performed cooperatively with other employees and completed in a manner that assures individual, co-worker and public safety in all weather and working conditions. Program area assignments may change from day to day depending upon Department needs. Usually works as part of an assigned crew in an assigned unit but may have an individual or specialized assignment after a period of training. May be called out for emergency work.

For more information go to: https://www.cob.org/employment

Email: iskaneshige@cob.org

Phone: 360.778.7700

How to apply: For more information go to: https://www.cob.org/employment

Case Support Specialist

Family Housing Network – Tacoma Reports to: Program Manager

Description:

Family Housing Network provides a place to live for families experiencing or at risk of homelessness, while helping to build skills that maximize family stability and self-sufficiency. Through FHN the Veteran Homeless Prevention program provides supportive services to Veteran households at imminent risk of homelessness, or who have become homeless within the past 90 days. Homeless Adult Services provides 24/7 services to homeless individuals in Pierce County which includes meals, shelter, community socialization and support services.

Position Description:

The Case Support Specialist is a member of the CCS Family Housing Network, a housing program of Catholic Community Services. This position works under the supervision of the Director of Client Information Systems. In partnership with other members of the multi-agency Coordinated Entry team, the Case Support Specialist maintains communication with individuals who are homeless, managing information on recent contacts, and collecting documentation needed for entry in homeless programs. This position also refers client to community resources and provides guidance on next steps to attain housing. This position will use phone, texting, e-mail and encampment and shelter visits to engage with folks experiencing homelessness.

 

Essential Functions:

  • Engagement with individuals experiencing homelessness
    • Initiate contact with individuals known to be homeless via e-mail, phone, text, and encampment and shelter visits.
    • Complete accurate and timely data entry in the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) regarding status of individuals experiencing homelessness o Keep organized and confidential records.
    • Support individuals who are homeless in collecting documentation, including verification of homelessness, needed for homeless program entry.
      o Provide referrals to individuals to community resources.
    • Provide guidance to end homelessness.
    • Relationship building with landlords and property managers.
  • Collaborate with multi-agency Coordinated Entry providers
    • Work with local CoC and Program HMIS Coordinators to ensure data quality and trouble-shoot data problems.
    • Provide documentation collection assistance to multi-agency coordinated entry team.
    • Participate in case management meetings and provide client status information.
    • Provide assistance with projects and tasks as requested.
  • Professional development and other duties
    • Attend appropriate training workshops and opportunities to continually improve knowledge and skills.
    • Other duties as assigned.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Minimum Qualifications
    • BA in social work or related field
    • Counselor Agency Affiliated registration or applied for within first month of employment
    • First Aid/CPR within one month of hire
    • HIV/AIDS training · Must have reliable transportation
    • Valid driver’s license and proof of current automobile insurance
    • Ability to work with and/or knowledge of working with chronically homeless population
    • Must have an acceptable driving record per CCS driving policy (required to submit current driving abstract)
    • Proof of negative TB test or test within six months of employment
    • Demonstrate the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in multi-cultural situations
    • Excellent computer skills and experience including Microsoft Word, Excel, and web-based or cloud computing at an intermediate skill level.
    • Ability and willingness to work in a team environment and promote a positive team spirit.
    • Excellent interpersonal, communication and customer service skills.
    • Strong organization skills and the ability to multi-task and handle multiple priorities.
    • A desire to help people from diverse backgrounds with multiple complex needs.
    • Support and contribute to a creative, collaborative and respectful environment that promotes teamwork
    • Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services
    • Demonstrate the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in multi-cultural situations
    • In the course of performing the job, this position, typically spends time sitting standing, climbing stairs, walking, driving, carrying (25lbs), lifting (25lbs).
    • Operating a computer keyboard, firm/strong grasping, and repetitive hand control.
  • Preferred Qualifications ·
    • One year experience with database system, such as Microsoft Access.
    • 1 year experience with data base management and entry. (i.e.: data collection, generating statistics and reports)
    • Professional or personal experience with housing instability.
    • Knowledge of Pierce County community resources
    • Experience working in a social service, non-profit setting
    • Bilingual skills (English-Spanish)