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FULL-TIME (37.5 hrs/week)


Primary Accountabilities

Performs bookkeeping duties as assigned, including data entry, processing check runs, setting up new vendors, expense analysis, and fixed asset maintenance.

Duties and Responsibilities

Processes town accounts payables including reviewing invoices for proper account coding and authorization.  Inputs invoicing into accounting software and prepares check runs.  
Maintains up-to-date W-9 file for all vendors in accordance with State Library Regulations.
Prepares vendor 1099 forms at year end and subsequently files necessary information with state and federal agencies.  
Follows the capital asset threshold for purchases and maintains fixed asset schedules and database.
Files all paid invoices and related accounting documents and reports.
Provides support to the Tax Office in the issuance of refunds as necessary.
Submits Positive Pay files to financial institutions.  
Assists with the preparation of all documents for annual audit.
Serves as the backup for Accounts Receivable Processing.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Experience with A/P software beyond QuickBooks.
Knowledge of bookkeeping principles, methods and practices, including standard office methods and procedures.
Ability to work with a minimum of supervision, follow procedures, and meet deadlines.
Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with other employees and with the general public.
Microsoft Office software, Excel proficiency a must.

Required Qualifications

Associates Degree in accounting or finance; business school courses and 2 years’ experience in accounting office; high school diploma and 4 years’ experience in accounting office.  Municipal or nonprofit experience a plus.

Salary Range

$42,900 to $47,500


Leslie Bacigalupi, Finance Director