Fiscal supervisor

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Start date: 2014-09-23T12:31:17.103
Salary period: Annual
FISCAL SUPERVISOR Cook County Public Health and Human Services Department Directs and maintains the Public Health & Human Services department accounting functions. Serves on the agency management team. Develops and maintains accounting procedures to fulfill the Federal, State, and local government requirements. Prepares agency annual budget. Monitors all expenditures and revenues, analyzes trends and presents pertinent data to director and county board. Oversees the agency billing systems for client specific services reimbursable by medical assistance, managed care insurance, private insurance or client fees. Provides supervision of Accounting Techs and Office Support/Case Aid. This is a full time position working 40 hour per week. Salary range: (2013 scale) $20.14 (step 1) through $26.94 (step 15) including a full County benefit package. Some overtime work as needed. Qualifications: Graduation from a four year college with a degree in accounting or related business field with an accounting emphasis, and two years of experience in a related position. Proficiency in the use of Excel required and experience with AFS400 preferred. Knowledge of public health and social services government programs preferred. Application Process: This position is subject to Minnesota Department of Human Services Merit System requirements. Candidates can either apply online at: agency.governmentjobs.com/mnmeritsystem/default.cfm or can call the Merit System at to request a paper application. Approved applicants must then sign up to take a written exam which is offered at different times and places around the State, including Cook County on Tuesday, October :30 p.m. at the Cook County Courthouse, in the Commissioner's room. The Merit System then forwards the applications of the candidates who pass the exam to Cook County for consideration and potential hire. Application Deadline: 10/06/2014 For more information you may contact Jay Kieft, County Administrator, 411 West 2nd Street, Grand Marais, MN -3687.

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