Financial Analyst/ Inventory Control Specialist Vacancy In State Of Ohio Jobs

Hiring Organization / Company: State Of Ohio Jobs
Basic Salary: To Be Discussed
Employement Type: Full-Time



Job Details:

Primary Location: United States of America-OHIO-Franklin County-Columbus
Work Locations: James A Rhodes Office Tower 30 East Broad Street Columbus 43215-3430
Organization: Administrative Services
Classified Indicator: Classified
Bargaining Unit / Exempt: Bargaining Unit
Schedule: Full-time
Work Hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Compensation: $21.50
Unposting Date: Jun 21, 2021, 10:59:00 PM
Job Function: Accounting and Finance
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Agency Contact Name: Joshlin Lawson Gullett
Agency Contact Information: [email protected]

Financial Analyst/ Inventory Control Specialist

(2100040A)
Job Duties

The Ohio Department of Administrative Services, Office of Finance – Fiscal Operations Unit is seeking an experience Financial Analyst/Inventory Control Specialist.

The Fiscal Operations unit coordinates inventory and asset management, accounts payable and accounts receivable responsibilities in addition to procurement activity and operations related for all Department Administrative Services divisions

Financial Analyst duties would include but not limited to examine, &/or analyze accounting records, financial statements, or other financial reports to assess asset records for accuracy, completeness, & conformance to reporting & procedural standards for all asset acquisitions:

  • Make determinations on proper coding (chartfield/funding) for all assets acquired outside of normal purchases; examines AP asset vouchers for proper use of purchase order asset lines.
  • examines &/or analyzes financial, depreciation, and asset book information for accuracy and completeness (e.g., chartfields, cost, useful life, etc.) in OAKS/PeopleSoft.
  • research, analyze & resolve discrepancies and transaction errors in records, document disposition of discrepancies & other reconciling items & enter corrections/adjustments into OAKS AM/PeopleSoft Asset Management Module.
  • Assists the DAS Agency Asset Manager in the review and analysis of reports for the completion of the DAS Statewide Cost Allocation Plan (SWCAP) with regard to asset & depreciation reporting requirements and updates and assists in preparing the annual inventory certification by researching and analyzing asset transactions and report errors/out of balances.
  • Assist with COPS reporting and asset entry, all other financial reporting as requested.
  • Operate personal computer to perform asset additions, disposals, transfers, adjustment, & various update transactions in OAKS AM module to maintain accurate asset information (e.g., funding information, asset Profile ID, asset cost, asset custodian, asset activity dates, asset useful life);
  • Prepare internal asset logs.
  • Obtain purchase orders, packing slips, invoices relating to asset acquisitions from OAKS & OF-Procurement files and maintain complete & accurate files of all asset transactions & supporting documentation.
  • Receive, inspect, record, distribute, coordinate & maintain inventory for DAS to include assigning asset number & asset tags on acquired assets.
  • Monitor asset/equipment movement & activities in coordination with the asset custodian & division management (e.g., may lift, push, pull or move up to 30 lbs.).
  • Perform physical inventory of agency assets to include: confirming the physical existence, asset location and custodian, physical condition & continued use of assets that are recorded in OAKS AM PeopleSoft Asset Management Module

Why work for DAS:

  • Extensive health benefits for all full and part-time permanent employees.
  • Guaranteed 10 paid state holidays every year.
  • Employee Tuition Reimbursement Programs.
  • Life Insurance coverage for all permanent employees.
  • Wellness Incentive program for employees enrolled in healthcare.

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Qualifications
Completion of undergraduate core program in business administration, accounting, finance or related field; 6 mos. exp. or 6 mos. trg. in accounting &/or finance to include an intermediate level of experience in spreadsheet software.

  • Or 30 mos. exp. or 30 mos. trg. in accounting &/or finance to include an intermediate level of experience in spreadsheet software.

  • Or 12 mos. exp. as Financial Associate, 66561.

  • Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications for Employment noted above.

NOTE: Successful completion of the Fiscal Academy may be substituted for 4 mos. of required accounting/fiscal experience referenced in this portion of the minimum qualifications.
Knowledge of accounting; applicable state &/or federal laws, rules, procedures & standards governing fiscal operations*; ERP systems* (e.g., OAKS FIN) &/or federal accounting system*; purchasing*; budgeting. Skill in use of calculator, electronic devices (e.g., computer, tablet, cell phone) & applicable software applications (e.g., spreadsheets, databases, word processing), multi-purpose workcentres; OAKS BI reporting*. Ability to define problems, collect & analyze data, establish facts & draw valid conclusions; prepare &/or edit financial reports, records, &/or correspondence; gather, collate & classify information about data, people or things; concentrate with attention to detail; deal with many variables & determine specific action; collaborate with co-workers on group projects &/or respond to confidential & sensitive inquiries from employees, public & government officials.

(*)Developed after employment.

Background Check Information


The final candidate selected for this position will be required to undergo a criminal background check. Criminal convictions do not necessarily preclude an applicant from consideration for a position. An individual assessment of an applicant's prior criminal convictions will be made before excluding an applicant from consideration.




Job Location Information:
City: Columbus
State: Oh
Country: Us
Location: Columbus, Oh 43215
Job Listing No# : 51745

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