Associate Finance Coordinator

Lower Savannah Council of Governments   Aiken, SC   Full-time     Accounting
Posted on November 8, 2020

The Workforce Development Associate Finance Coordinator assists the Workforce Development Financial Manager in maintaining financial records for the workforce program.

Responsibilities include:

  1. Assist with review and validation of invoices for workforce programs and special grants.
  2. Navigating and tracking data through organizational financial software packages
  3. Process invoices and payments for operations of the SC Works Centers, Business Services, Youth, Dislocated Worker and Adult WIOA Services.
  4. Prepare orders for supplies and reconcile invoices for those orders between the SC Works Centers, the administrative office, and the state-operated services.
  5. Assist in preparing of financial reports for Workforce Development staff members and the Workforce Development Board of Directors. 
  6. Assist the Workforce Development Financial Manager in all aspects of the financial activities of the program.
  7. Inputting data into the South Carolina Works Online Services (SCWOS) in relation to WIOA performance, Incumbent Worker Training (IWT) and On-the-Job Training
  8. Assist with upgrades to the social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, LSWDA web page, etc.)
  9. Serve as an alternate to SCWOS system management in the absence of the SCWOS Coordinator
  10. Participate in the workforce development procurement process as proscribed by 2 CFR 200 (Super Circular) as required.
  11. Perform other duties as assigned by the Workforce Development Financial Manager, the Workforce Development Administrator, the Executive Director and/or the Assistant Executive Director.

Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Business Administration; or Associate Degree in Accounting and three (3) years of relevant financial experience; or equivalent combination of training and progressively responsible accounting experience in a multi-faceted public organization.

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