Roles & Responsibilities:
As the existing staff is working on the implementation of the new programs, WIFA seeks temporary accounting services for day-to-day operations. WIFA is responsible for providing loans and grants throughout the State to support the modernization of water and sewer infrastructure, administering grant programs to conserve water, and to support state, tribal, and local efforts to augment water supplies. The position will be under the supervision of the Accounting Manager responsible for work in a variety of accounting and administrative functions.
- Tracking the workflow and approvals of loan proceed payments to borrowers,
- Tracking the payments of invoices,
- Entering Loan data into a custom financial system,
- Minor reconciliations,
- Electronic filing,
- Entering accounting information into various systems and ensure calculation and entry is correct,
- Assist with providing amortization schedules to borrowers,
- Assist with grant disbursements under the supervision of Accountant III,
- Track various expenditures and revenues in spreadsheets,
- Enter invoices and other documents into financial statement for payment, and
- Assist other accountants and managers on special projects
- At least 3 years of accounting experience and/or a bachelor’s degree in a related field,
- The candidate is to be proficient in Excel and Word software,
- The candidate must be exceptionally detail oriented and be able to work independently as well as work well with the public, and
- The candidate must be dependable and able to meet the requirements of this position.
Education Required - At least 3 years of accounting experience and/or a bachelor’s degree in a related field,
Additional Information - WIFA’s work environment includes working from home and will provide the necessary equipment to complete the tasks. This position may be in the office until tasks are able to be completed independently. WIFA also has workspace if employees would prefer an office environment for in-person training.