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Job/Position DescriptionAccounting Technician II- Team LeadThe Accounting Technician II reports directly to the Financial Officer at the facility (state hospital or state-supported living center) and provides administrative and financial support services. The Accounting Technician II routinely performs highly complex (senior-level) technical accounting support work for the financial office in areas of bookkeeping and financial activities (such as, handling all processing in the trust fund system, pro-card coordination, deposits, travel coordination, paymaster tasks (non-regional office), review and audit cash, voucher prep/scanning (regional office only), deposit and reconciliation reports for Accountant IV at RBMO, and backup cashier as needed). Leads the technicians team in voucher prep/scanning in one of the Health and Specialty Care Regional Business Offices to ensure payments are processed timely to avoid interest payments for past due invoices and payment workloads are appropriately managed among the technicians within the region. The Accounting Technician II has a working knowledge of the HHSC rules and facility policies and procedures, demonstrates the ability to communicate clearly both orally and in writing and provides training as needed to other employees. Completion of job duties requires working under limited supervision with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgement and provides excellent customer service to all consumers. Essential Job FunctionsAttends work on a regular and predictable schedule in accordance with agency leave policy and performs other duties as assigned. -Responsible for processing deposits (call in and entry to CAPPS financials) from the daily receipts and bankdeposits for all cash and checks received by the facility. -Codes, posts, and balances financial accounting documents and records in the Client Trust Fund system. Review and determine available funds in the CTF system and adjust cash accordingly. Review trust fund (client and benefit funds) for appropriateness of items to be purchased and the availability of funds in the individuals trust fund accounts. Posting of receipts and disbursements into the CTF system. Prepare deceased clients documentation for correspondence with guardians, family, and legal reps for final disbursement of funds. Maintenance of client records to reflect client moves, discharges, and transfers. Disbursement of discharged client account balances. -Serves as the Procurement Card Coordinator who is the liaison between the agency PCS Procurement Card Administrator, Accountant V RBMO, hospital cardholders, and managers. Reconciles account statements from the procurement card statement to purchases made within the billing cycle per the departmental procurement logs. Provides procard usage reports as requested by the agency Procurement Card Administrator. Assigns budget coding to purchases and provides entry to RBMO to enter into CAPPs Financials. (15%) -Provides various accounting audits as required by policy and procedure. Audits include daily audit of cashierand#146;s receipts to daily bank deposit to verify amounts and correct bank account detail, monthly count and balance of petty cash and petty cash from the canteen (if available on campus), quarterly audits of unused checks for trust fund, benefit fund and revolving fund, unclaimed employee payroll warrants and unused cashier receipts. Researches and reconciles discrepancies in accounts, bank statements and CTF system. - R https://jobshrportal.hhsc.state.tx.us/ENG/CareerPortal/job\_profile.cfm?szOrderID=525648 Copy the URL in the preceding sentence to an Internet Explorer browser to apply to the job directly through the Texas Health and Human Services Career Portal.