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The University of Alaska Human Resources Accounting Team is looking for temporary help with accounting and clerical support tasks.
One year of college coursework in Accounting or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Two years of experience in Accounting or a related field preferred.
Knowedge, Skills & Abilities
- Knowledge of professional office methods and practices.
- Understanding of human resources principles.
- Basic knowledge of computer operations and software applications.
- Knowledge of Excel spreadsheets.
- Ability to use data queries.
- Problem solving/decision making skills.
- Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
The Branch Manager is responsible for the daily operations at the Alaska Geographic Store, located in The Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center. They ensure the efficient running of their branch, achievement of sales and membership goals, maintain staffing levels and stay within staffing budget, and are a positive representative of Alaska Geographic and its Partners. The Branch Manager reports to the Regional Operations Manager.
To apply, email cover letter and resume to: email@example.com
This is a full-time, temporary position. Salary is $18/hour depending on experience. Learn more at the Alaska Geographic website.
- Achieve or surpass branch gross sales and membership recruitment goals as specified by Alaska Geographic (AK Geo) by actively engaging with customers with every sale.
- Build and maintain a positive working relationship with key Alaska Geographic Partners and provide exceptional customer service ( Partners are considered our customers and should be treated with the utmost professionalism.
- Monitor product inventory including: working closely with Regional Operations Manager to ensure product, including membership premiums and all marketing collateral including signage, stays within acceptable levels, received/transferred paperwork is documented, low-profit products are clearanced as appropriate, sales are processed correctly in POS systems, membership registrations are properly uploaded and products/membership materials are merchandised to make the most out of the sales floor space available.
- Follow cash handling and processing procedures, including bank deposits and providing end-of-month daily income journals to accounting.
- Recruit, train, and retain effective AK Geo employees, focusing on building the next generation of leaders who will become Branch Managers in the future.
- Organize and track inventory for any/all storage areas dedicated to sales products. • Maintain professional, customer-oriented, and communication with Partner staff; answer ing questions or escalating concerns to the Regional Operations Manager as appropriate.
- Lead and coordinate inventory accounting, following accounting best practices at the end of the season or as needed by the Regional Operations Manager.
- Alaska Geographic employees must follow HR policies, guidelines, and procedures as stated in the Employee Manual and Retail Training Manual.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Minimum of three years experience in retail. Management experience preferred.
- High School Degree or equivalent required. College degree preferred.
- Valid driver’s license and access to a privately owned vehicle required.
- Ability to probllem solve and implement solutions.
- Working knowledge of computers, including Word, Excel, and digital POS systems (Square preferred).
- Ability to manage teams independently while following appropriate procedures.
- Ability to multitask and prioritize multiple initiatives.
- Ability to calculate sales goals by month, week, and day, inspiring employees to achieve those goals.
- Ability to lift boxes weighing up to 15 pounds to a shelf height of 5 feet.
The division offers an exciting opportunity to work with a team of professionals, gain valuable work experience, and develop new skills. Auditors work on teams performing financial, compliance, and performance audits of state departments. Each year, the division audits the State's most significant financial activities and performs compliance testing for federal programs as part of the statewide single audit. Special audits are also conducted for a wide variety of objectives designed to evaluate specific state operations.
The staff auditor position is the agency's entry-level audit position. The position learns basic audit skills and performs entry-level tasks at the direction of supervisory auditors.
Minimum Annual Salary: $70,999 - $81,022
- Performs auditing procedures and techniques in accordance with audit standards established by the AICPA and government audit standards issued by the Comptroller General of the United States.
- Prepares workpapers that are thorough, complete, and accurate which document the audit procedures.
- Researches laws, regulations, contracts, and grant agreements to determine if programs and processes are being administered accordingly.
- Follows audit procedures to accurately identify errors and summarize the results of findings.
- Interviews State agency personnel regarding agency operations and documents the interviews.
- Works with State agency personnel to obtain audit documentation.
- Depending on experience, develops audit procedures.
- Depending on experience, assists in writing audit reports.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Ability to communicate in a professional manner.
- Knowledge of or willingness to obtain knowledge of Government Auditing Standards.
- Ability to evaluate business processes, identify risks, and identify controls that should be in place.
- Ability to read, comprehend, and analyze information.
- Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
- Ability to research and interpret federal and state laws, rules, and regulations.
- Ability to interpret and implement new accounting and auditing pronouncements.
- Ability to maintain confidential information.
- Ability to work in a team environment and foster a positive work atmosphere.
- Ability to work effectively under pressure and meet frequent deadlines.
- Possess a valid driver's license.
Spirit of Alaska Federal Credit Union is looking for an energetic and detail-oriented individual to fill the position of Administrative and Marketing Assistant. This role involves working as a receptionist in the loan lobby as well as providing support to the marketing department and other departments with a range of duties. We are seeking someone with a friendly and positive attitude, attention to detail, an eye for design, proficiency with new software, and a desire to learn more about marketing.
- High school diploma or equivalent.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Strong computer skills, including proficiency in Microsoft Office and the ability to quickly learn and adapt to new software.
- Experience with social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.)
- Positive attitude and willingness to learn.
- Ability to work well both independently and in a team environment.
- Secretarial/administrative experience preferred.
- Experience with graphic design software such as Adobe Creative Suite or Canva preferred.
- Experience with website design and maintenance (Wordpress) preferred.
- Photography experience a plus.
- Receptionist for the loan lobby.
- Provide administrative support for the Marketing Director.
- Provide administrative support for the President/CEO, Board officers and committees, and other personnel/departments in the credit union.
- Assist with the preparation of the monthly information packet for the Board of Directors
under supervision of the President.
- Maintain filing system for administrative department.
- Maintain official regulatory, credit union, and departmental manuals.
- Conduct rate and other telephone surveys as required.
- Perform specialized or confidential administrative duties, including researching data
and preparing reports as needed.
- Conduct research and prepare specialized reports using Excel spreadsheets to assist
President, CFO, and HR/Marketing.
- Assist in filing various accounting documents when needed.
- Assist in scheduling and/or arranging business trips and/or training.
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
The Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce is hiring for the Membership Development position! They will be responsible for leading the Chamber’s efforts to grow its membership through developing and delivering a comprehensive recruitment and retention program to ensure a positive, successful relationship with the Chamber.
A bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, or a related field is preferred. Five years of equivalent experience may be considered in lieu of a degree.Job Duties
- Develop and implement new member onboarding strategy; execute quarterly outreach for first-year members communicating by phone, customized emails, and one-on-one meetings and recording touchpoints in the membership database system.
- Develop, implement, and manage a successful member retention program consisting of pre-planned interactions with members that include phone calls, emails, face-to-face dialogue, surveys, focus groups, and event attendance to maintain consistent communications, engage members in Chamber activities, and achieve membership retention.
- Collaborate with the CEO to ensure a compelling value proposition for current and prospective members; analyze and interpret members’ needs and recommend revisions to increase member value, engagement, and financial support.
- View all job duties here.
- Knowledge of the Chamber’s mission, vision, and purpose.
- Strong writing, editing, and communication skills.
- Time management and ability to manage multiple priorities.
- Ability to represent the Chamber professionally and enthusiastically.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications including Excel, Word, and Outlook.
- General office equipment (i.e., printer/scanner, multi-line phone system) skills.
- Previous experience in additional programs such as QuickBooks, Constant Contact, and
software is preferred.
- Ability to establish and maintain strong working relationships with internal and external partners.
- Ability to work effectively with Chamber staff and volunteer leadership.
- Must be efficient, well-organized, able to work independently, and sensitive to deadlines.
Salary range: Competitive DOE
PTO: Accrue 6.25 hours per paid period (20 days a year); after three years employment accrue 7.69 hours (25 days a year).
Holidays: 10 days per year
Health, Dental, Vision: Employee coverage, chamber 75% / employee 25%; additional insured 100% employee.
Company match IRA: 3%
Kinross Alaska is hiring an Accounting Technician! Located approximately 26 miles from the City of Fairbanks, Fort Knox is a centre
of excellence for the Company as one of the few cold weather heap leach facilities
in the world. Fort Knox celebrated its 25-year anniversary in 2021, and has produced over 8.5 million ounces since it began operation. In 2020,
Kinross acquired Manh Choh – a project expected to commence production in 2024 and
process ore at Fort Knox.
Fort Knox prioritizes being a strong contributor to the State and local communities, and since 2001, has helped support more than 300 community partners and has contributed more than US$25 million to the Alaska Mental Health Trust.
Responsible for accurate and timely processing of accounting records related to financial and cost reporting, general ledger accounting. Will work closely with the Accounts Payable, and Operating departments to ensure that effective processes are in place to efficiently and accurately reconcile payroll, bank, and various other reporting. Will provide support during period-end close as needed.
- Assist and support accounting and financial activities across multiple site departments.
- Review and reconcile Balance Sheets accounts.
- Will follow-up, clear discrepancies, and promote ways to avoid future recurrences.
- Prepare on a timely basis, accurate fuel tax credit refund requests, for review and then submit it to the state.
- Follow-up on any related inquiries and ensure timely collection of refunds.
- Assist the FP&A Accountant as needed in performing such tasks as fixed asset counts, data gathering, and report preparation.
- Assists the department with the preparation for internal and external audits by gathering documentation and submitting to the GL Accountant for review.
- Perform required administrative tasks including filing, sorting, mailing, distributing, and other processing of accounting documents.
- Participate in Continuous Improvement teams and initiatives as assigned.
- Punctuality and regular attendance are required.
- Compliance with all company policies and procedures, including, but not limited to, safety, confidentiality and environmental policies.
- Meet or exceed established performance expectations set by management including time management and being a self-starter.
- Possession of a valid driver’s license issued by the state.
- Work without significant risk of harm to self and others.
- Perform other duties as required.
- Associate Degree in Accounting or equivalent required.
- Minimum of two years of experience with accounting administration is required.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills are required with a commitment to act with a high level of professionalism during all transactions.
- Minimum of basic Microsoft Office skills, primarily Excel and Word and exposure to an ERP (JDE, Oracle, and SAP etc.) required.
- Must have the ability to work effectively alone or with others in a team environment.
- Must be a self-starter with the demonstrated ability to meet timelines and schedules related to essential functions described above.
- Ability to work occasional overtime on an as needed basis as determined by supervisor.
- Must have demonstrable experience, in an office environment, with office equipment and machines including phone, fax, copier, computer, scanners, and printers.
- Working knowledge of on-site database accounting software and Microsoft Office suite is preferred with an emphasis in Excel and Word.
- Ability to function within the qualifications outlined in the attached physical demands sheets.
- Progression through wage scale is contingent upon satisfactory completion of attached checklists.
Learn more and apply here: Doyon, Limited Payroll Accountant
Under the supervision of the Accounting Manager, the employee will serve as the Payroll Accountant for Doyon, Limited and three subsidiaries. The Payroll Accountant will be responsible for processing of payrolls, and other moderately complex accounting activities in an accurate and timely manner.
- Process payroll and prepare all payroll transactions.
- Responsible for timely distribution of payroll checks and direct deposit notices.
- Prepare all required federal and state payroll reports including the annual processing of W-2 Forms.
- Contact person for employees and third parties regarding benefits, including retirement, medical insurance and workers’ compensation.
- Ensure that employee benefits are accurately reflected in the payroll system.
- Actively participate in and facilitate updates and improvements in the payroll system.
- Proactively stay current on payroll requirements, applicable to federal and state laws.
- Conduct moderately complex studies; develop and recommend accounting methods and procedures.
- Develop and manipulate complex accounting spreadsheets.
- Work with departments to ensure all business activity is posted correctly and in a timely manner.
- Prepare certain monthly financial statements and operating reports.
- Review budget to actual reports for unusual variances.
- Balance intercompany accounts between Doyon, Limited (DL) and assigned subsidiaries.
- Perform various cash functions such as on-line banking and bank reconciliations.
- Assist in coordinating, and preparing for, the annual DL financial audit.
- Provide backup to other functions such as accounts payable.
- Maintain a high degree of accuracy.
- Document and explain complex accounting transactions.
- Meet deadlines, organize work materials, and manage time effectively.
- Attendance of continuing education initiatives, including a limited number of events each year requiring overnight travel, may be required.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Solid understanding of payroll and payroll tax laws, with a minimum of two years prior payroll experience.
- Knowledge of employee benefits such as retirement, medical insurance and workers’ compensation.
- Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field and at least two years of relevant work experience; or formal accounting training and five years relevant experience may be substituted for a bachelor’s degree.
- Experience using Microsoft Excel.
- Knowledge of computerized and manual accounting systems.
- Strong knowledge of accounting principles.
- Fundamental Payroll Certification (FPC), and or Certified Payroll Professional (CPP).
- Accounting experience in mid- to large sized company.
Comprehensive Benefits Package
Doyon, Limited offers a highly competitive benefits package that make up a significant portion of an employee's total compensation. Eligible employees may participate in the following benefits (these details are for informational purposes only and are subject to any policy or plan changes):
- Paid Time Off (PTO)
- Paid Holidays
- Medical Insurance
- Dental & Vision Insurance
- Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) & Health Savings Accounts (HSA)
- Life insurance
- Short and Long-Term Disability
- 401(k) Plan & Employer Match
- Profit sharing
- Employee Assistance Program
- Tuition Assistance
Spirit of Alaska Federal Credit Union is hiring a Chief Financial Officer! This position will be responsible for all financial records and accounting related functions associated with the credit union. The position will also be responsible for the management of the investment portfolio, asset/liability monitoring, and liquidity programs. In addition, this position is responsible for the administration of the budgeting process. Finally, the position will be responsible for overseeing and directing the day-to-day activities of the department and its employees.
Must have a four-year business degree with an emphasis in
accounting or finance from an accredited university. An MBA and or a CPA designation is highly preferred. Five years recent, progressive CFO experience with five years in a financial institution preferred. Strong PC experience required, with emphasis on Excel and data analysis. Familiarity with data queries and analytics desired. Experience in investments and asset/liability management is preferred. ProfitStar (ALM software) experience preferred. Must have strong supervisor or management experience.
Duties & Responsibilities
- Ensure the accounting records and reports are prepared accurately and in a timely
manner which accurately reflect operations and their results in accordance with the
NCUA Accounting Manual and generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).
- Ensure the records at month-end for the Credit Union are closed in a timely manner.
- Ensure financial statements and other reports are prepared at month-end for submission to senior management and the Board of Directors.
- Ensure proper maintenance of accounting records and reports.
- Records for accrued and pre-paid expenses.
- Depreciation records for all Credit Union fixed assets.
- Journal entries for the closing and selling (funding) of mortgage loans.
- Investment income accrual, amortization, accretion, and market value EOM journal entries are completed in a timely manner.
- Ensure all general ledger accounts are reconciled.
- Manage the Accounting staff and their respective duties and projects.
- Ensure the Credit Union’s internal and external accounts are reconciled in a timely manner. This includes, but is not limited to the Federal Reserve, Wescorp, etc.
- Monitor activity between the Credit Union and all correspondents accounts.
- Monitor, map, and correct core processing general ledger functions.
- Ensure that NSFCU is in compliance with all federal, state, and NCUA regulations. In addition, make sure NSFCU adheres to all GAAP account requirements.
- Ensure all bills for the Credit Union are paid in a timely manner. Work with vendors on accounts payable problems if required.
- Oversee the expenditures of the Credit Union to make sure they are reasonable, and within the approved budget.
- Primary Credit Union contact with NCUA Examiners and CPA Auditors.
- Prepare and update the Credit Union’s monthly and annual operating/capital budgets for submission to CEO and Board of Directors.
- Oversee cash management and monitor the need for short-term borrowing and availability of excess funds for investment. Ensure the liquidity of the Credit Union is kept at an optimal level.
- Maintain investment records and portfolio, along with making investment decisions with the assistance of the CEO.
- Prepare and maintain the asset liability management program using spreadsheets and the ALM modeling software. Provide staff and board members with adequate training on this program.
- Supervise the preparation of call reports submitted to the National Credit Union Administration. Make sure reports are accurately submitted on a timely basis.
- Work closely with other Credit Union staff solving problems that relate to accounting or data processing errors.
- Attend monthly Supervisory Committee and Board of Directors meetings and present financial reports.
- Establish and monitor internal accounting and data processing controls that adequately protect the Credit Union, its members, its management, and its employees. Immediately report any breakdown of internal controls to the President/CEO.
- Develop and manage branch/department/product profitability models.
- Develop and administer an annual budget for the Credit Union. Develop monthly reports for the board, department heads, and CEO.
- Complete the CEO’s accounting to-do list tasks on a timely and complete basis.
- Assist and be a backup for payroll processing duties.
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
Reports to: President/CEO
Student Job Opportunities
Works under the guidance and mentorship within the Human Resources Department in support of the day to day tasks involving; record keeping, customer service, data entry, as well support of Human Resources processes and procedures.
This position will pay $15.00/hour and will work 15 or less hours a week.
Available on 07/05/2023, open until filled.
- Must meet one of the three qualifications:
- High School Diploma, or GED equivalent
- Associate’s degree or higher;
- Completion of two years of higher education (at least 48 semester hours) or the equivalent.
- Must be currently enrolled in a UAF College of Business and Security Management program.
- Strong oral and written English Communication skills.
- Must be competent in the use of computer word processing software and have experience using email calendar applications.
- Must have the ability to interact with others in a courteous and tactful manner.
This position plays a critical role in that mission by increasing understanding of administrative and accounting procedures that support the Division's research and regulatory role.
The Subsistence Division strives for a diverse and inclusive workforce where safety and well-being are paramount and employees at all levels promote a culture where everyone is valued, treated equitably, and treated respectfully.
If you enjoy working in a positive team environment, this position is for you. We provide flexible scheduling to coincide with your school schedule within our hours of operation (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday). During school breaks and in the summer, this position can work up to full time hours.
The College Intern 1 position with the Division of Subsistence provides technical accounting support and is responsible for performing a variety of interesting and challenging accounting and administrative tasks. Under general supervision, these duties include assisting higher level administrative staff with preparing and coding invoices for payment, processing travel documents, monthly reconciliation of project accounts, data entry, credit card account reconciliation, processing timesheets and performing routine office support functions.
Currently accepted, enrolled, and attending an accredited college in an undergraduate degree program while maintaining an academic load of at least six credit hours per semester (eight credit hours per quarter).
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Demonstrated ability to enter data quickly and accurately.
- Intermediate skills in Microsoft Excel and strong mathematical and analytical skills
- Demonstrated open, honest, and respectful written and verbal communication.
- Demonstrated strong work ethic that includes a positive attitude, punctuality, and excellent attendance; takes responsibility and ownership for a problem, project, or issue; good organizational skills with the ability to prioritize and productively manage time.