Tag Archives: Business, Bookkeeping & Accounting

Payroll/Benefits Administrator – Walters-Morgan Construction, Inc. | Made for Manhattan

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Walters Morgan Construction, Inc. has an immediate opening for a full-time Payroll / Benefits Administrator. This is a full time permanent position with health insurance, vacation and retirement benefits with an established company with over 70 years of history. Experience with accounts payable required, experience in construction is preferred.

Job Type: Full-time

Primary Responsibilities

Set up new employees in Sage.
Process weekly payroll
Ensure pay and “fringe” meet pay requirements on Davis Bacon jobs
Ensure deductions are set up for each benefit the employee has applied for
Send out various enrollment forms for each benefit the employee has applied for
Reconcile each payroll with deduction list
Process garnishments
Benefits Administration

Review New Hire paperwork from all employees for completeness
Process all enrollment forms with proper benefit provider
Review weekly deduction register to ensure proper deductions
Ensure termination procedures are followed and documented
Maintain employee files


Microsoft Excel: 1+ year experience
Payroll: 3+ years experience
Sage Timberline Accounting Software knowledge a plus
Benefits knowledge is a plus
Experience with construction preferred, especially with Sage Timberline Accounting Software
Good organization and communication skills required
Flexibility a plus


401(k) with 401(k) matching
Health, Dental, Vision, Life insurance, Disability insurance
Paid time off

See all positions we are currently looking for by going to our website at https://www.waltersmorgan.com/careers/.

Client Payroll Specialist – Big Lakes Developmental Center Inc. | By Made for Manhattan

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_____________________________________________________________________Responsible for accurate and timely entry, management, research and reconciliation of client timesheets and attendance forms for biweekly payroll. Preferred applicant has experience with payroll software. Minimum requirements include high school diploma (or equivalent) and two years’ working experience in a similar position. Individual should have knowledge of business machines and general office operations. Courses in bookkeeping skills or completion of business college certification can be substituted for one year of experience. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software required. Full-time, 37.5 hours per week. Competitive wages and excellent fringe benefit package include medical/dental and life insurance, paid vacation and sick leave, and KPERS retirement program.

Please visit our website and apply online under the Job Opportunities tab! We will review your application and be in contact shortly! https://biglakes.org/ .

Credit Collections Analysis – Florence Corporation by Made for Manhattan

This is an ideal opportunity for an experienced Credit, Collections, Accounts Receivable professional looking to make an impact in an organization. The scope of this position encompasses assisting the Credit Manager in the investigation and analysis of credit information, approving or disapproving extension of credit, setting credit limits and terms, and maintaining customer accounts in current status. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Prepares ad hoc reports on the status of credit and collections. Actively engaged in the collection of customer’s accounts receivable balances to include direct customer contact, identification and resolution of customer disputes or deductions, escalation of problems or issues to the Credit Manager and maintains the integrity of the AR Sub Ledger. This position is out of our Manhattan, KS location.

The role…

Reporting directly to the Credit Manager, this role is responsible for:

Analyze credit data and financial statements to determine the degree of risk involved in extending credit
Recommends credit line adjustments by evaluating customer records, purchase activity and payment history.
Confer with credit association and other business representatives to exchange credit information.
Develops credit histories by compiling financial information and historical transactions.
Minimize bad debt risk and maximize accounts receivable collections
Responsible for collection activities of the assigned accounts, including but not limited to ensuring consistent, timely follow up, as well as, and adherence to the standards of responsible collection practices
Make collection calls/emails and follow up to customers within a “customer focused” framework; leading to the resolution of payment issues, by proactive Identification and resolution methods. Document follow up emails, copies, etc in ERP system.
Generate financial ratios such as DSO and explain changes vs. prior year and plan
Investigate customer deductions and past due balances, make internal and external customer contact as necessary to work to resolution
Monitor entire AR balance; current and past due, to include necessary delivery of invoice copies, statements or any other documentation required by the customer to authorize payment.
Actively engage customer to deduct credit memos in a timely manner.
Administer necessary customer account maintenance and customer’s account reconciliations.
Review and enter credit/debit memos into ERP system
Protects organization’s value by keeping information confidential.
Resolution of Customer Email and Phone inquiries expected within a 24 hour turn-around.
Other duties as may be assigned
What you’ll need to be successful…

5+ years in Credit, Collections, Accounts Receivable
Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Accounting, Finance or similar field
Language Skills- Proficient language skills to effectively communicate, both oral and written, to quickly resolve problems and issues. Role requires professional, front-line communication with the external customer.
Mathematical skills- Proficiency in intermediate math; understanding of general accounting procedures; attention to detail.
Reasoning ability- Must possess ability to determine necessary research and conclusions for given situations. Logical and investigative reasoning necessary.
Computer Skills- Proficiency to navigate within a ERP system for data entry and necessary research. Intermediate to advance knowledge of Word and Excel; ability to manage large volume of data entry and accurate 10-key skills.
Who we are…

Gibraltar Industries is a leading manufacturer and distributor of products for building markets. Gibraltar serves a large number of customers in a variety of industries in all 50 states and throughout the world from facilities in the United States, Canada, Japan and China. For more information, visit our website at: http://www.gibraltar1.com.

Located in Manhattan, Kansas, Florence Corporation is part of Gibraltar’s MVP Division. Florence is the nations leading manufacturer in quality mailboxes, storage solutions and service. From conceptualization to installation to maintenance, we are partners with our clients every step of the way. We are committed to providing the most robust and convenient products tailored to our clients needs.

Gibraltar offers you…

Competitive pay and comprehensive benefits
The chance to work with some of the best colleagues in a great office environment
The chance to be a part of an organization that is growing and changing the industry

EEOC Florence Corporation is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. At Florence, we celebrate and support diversity for the benefit of our employees, products, and our customers.

Apply Now! https://florencecorporation.workbrightats.com/jobs/566752.html

Listing expires on Sunday January 30th, 2022

Accountant II – Shawnee County Health Department

Position Description
Accountant II


Under general supervision of the Health Department Finance Officer, this position performs accounting and auditing of the Health Department’s financial operations, including budget preparation, financial reporting, grant reporting, revenue forecasting, cost benefit analysis, medical billing and other related financial reporting. This position performs duties related to the administration and supervision of the Accounting Office and Purchasing/Payroll Office. Performs other duties as required.


30% Reporting and Tracking. Prepares statistical and financial reports including revenue and expenditure reports, accounts receivable reports, payroll reports and capital expenditure reports for distribution to the Finance Officer, Director, and Management Team Leaders. Prepares periodic reports for private, state and federal grantors. Prepares appropriate reports as requested by supervisor and administration.

15% Budgeting and Accounting. Assists in preparing the annual budget and various financial reports for multiple divisions, programs and grants. Monitors the budget and regularly advises the Finance Officer, Director, and Management Team Leaders on the Department’s financial status. Processes and logs deposits, invoices and interfund transfers. Prepares and reviews grant reconciliation reports. Prepares journal entries. Assists in coordinating and designing additions and enhancements to the automated accounting system in coordination with Shawnee County IT and Health Department staff.

15% Program Management. Establishes and maintains operational components including policies and procedures within regulatory standards/guidelines. Provides in service training to all Health Department staff related to budgeting processes, tracking, reporting and other applications.

15% Compliance Auditing. Works with staff to review Health Department budgetary procedures and practices with regard to expenditures, grant allocations, revenue forecasting, personnel tracking and reporting, and other financial accounting. This position is responsible for problem solving and correcting financial discrepancies to be in accordance with GAAP and local, state and federal statutes and regulations. Conducts programmatic monitoring activities as outlined by the compliance program for population-based services and assists in the evaluation of findings, recommendations and corrective actions. Assists in developing and implementing a system for reporting performance management results. Assists in designing and establishing policies and procedures.

15% Department Liaison. Assists as a department liaison with all external auditing, accounting and financial consulting firms. Assists as a liaison between the Agency, the community and other governmental agencies. Assists in internal audits of financial programs to ensure compliance with established procedures and regulations. Also serves as the backup to the Finance Officer for emergency activation as part of the Incident Command System (ICS).

10% Supervision. Supervises staff with respect to accountability for performance and behavior including approval of absences to conform to personnel needs, discipline of employees, staff development and training, completion of performance evaluations and other personnel related functions. Instructs staff on proper completion of tasks. Inspects and reviews work of staff to ensure that projects are complete. Establishes work schedules and assigns work. Checks work procedures and products. Participates in the hiring and promotional process.

Knowledge of:
• Human resource management including hiring practices, disciplinary procedures, terminations, etc.
• Supervisory responsibilities and effective leadership skills.
• Generally accepted accounting principles.
• Modern principles, techniques, laws, regulations and ordinances relating to large scale governmental finance administration.
• The practices and procedures involved in budgeting, purchasing and financial record keeping.
• Current literature, trends and developments in the fields of governmental accounting and public finance administration.
• Modern accounting and office procedures and equipment, including the application of electronic data processing to the maintenance and analysis of fiscal data.
• Federal Medicare and Kansas Medicaid regulations relating to funding for health care services.
• Regulations pertaining to the administration of specific grants awarded to the Health Agency.
• Public Health Quality Performance standards, performance measurement, reporting of progress and quality improvement process guidelines.

Ability to:
• Work under general supervision.
• Plan and direct the work of others.
• Assist in the development, installation, audit and maintenance of complex accounting systems.
• Analyze accounts, make adjusting entries and prepare complex accounting statements and reports.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with County personnel and various local, state and federal agencies.
• Apply and adapt standard methods to varied financial situations, procedures and problems.
• Analyze and evaluate accounting, budgeting, procedural issues, develop corrective systems and compile reports of measures taken.
• Interpret and apply Federal, State, and County laws, resolutions, rules and regulations.
• Provide training and direction to employees utilizing a professional demeanor.
• Apply quality improvement techniques to specific situations.
• Demonstrate critical thinking/problem solving from a performance management perspective.
• Implement forms and training program.
• Work with a multidisciplinary team and take guidance from multiple program administrators.
• Organize, prioritize and problem solve independently.
• Prioritize and meet deadlines.
• Audit records and data.
• Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, using the English language.
• Follow oral and written instructions.

Skill in:
• Short and long term planning to meet audit and reporting deadlines.
• Utilizing standard performance improvement tools and techniques.
• Providing leadership and direction to employees.
• Team building and management skills.
• The use of computer software and applications and Shawnee County accounting programs.
• The use of arithmetic including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.


• Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or related field.

• Two (2) years’ accounting, auditing or fiscal operations experience.


• Required to pass a pre-employment physical and drug screen.

• Required to complete National Incident Management System (NIMS) 700 800 and Incident Command System (ICS) 100 200 within six (6) months of employment.

• Required to complete Incident Command System (ICS) 300 within twelve (12) months of employment. Course availability may impact this time frame. Incident Command System (ICS) 400 is optional.

This Position Description is not designed to list all tasks and responsibilities of this position. Shawnee County reserves the right to revise or change job duties as the need may arise. This Position Description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment.

Permanent, Full-Time, Hourly – $22.75/hr. Benefits offered include: Medical, Dental, and Prescription Insurance Vision Insurance Cancer Insurance Disability Insurance Hospitalization Insurance KPERS Retirement Plan KPERS 457 Deferred Compensation Plan Paid Sick Leave Paid Vacation Leave Medical or Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account Company Paid Life Insurance Optional Group Life Insurance 11 Paid Holidays Gym Discount Employee Assistant Program.

Apply Online at www.snco.us/oasys.  

Listing expires on Monday November 15th, 2021

Bookkeeper-Ottawa Middle School

Job Title: Bookkeeper, Ottawa Middle School
Reports To: Middle School Principal
Schedule: 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday during the school year
Pay Range: $11.90 or higher depending on qualifications
How to Apply: Apply on-line at http://usd290.org

Position Summary:
Under the supervision of Middle School Principal, the OMS Bookkeeper Works independently in the management of the school’s building finance records. Completes all business related tasks for the efficient operation of the school. Collaborates with building principal on building budget and practices. Works as a team member and assists other building office professionals as needed to ensure the efficient operation of the front office. Employee has a high level of knowledge in the area of general office, bookkeeping and cash handling procedures.

KPERS participation is mandatory for this position.

Additional Information:
• High School Diploma or GED required.
• Valid, current Driver’s license required.
• Two years office experience, with knowledge of bookkeeping and accounting procedures required.
• Ability to react to change and frequent interruptions in a productive and positive manner, meeting deadlines as assigned required.
• Ability to communicate and work effectively and cooperatively with members of the school district and community required.
• Employee is expected to have acquired the necessary skills and knowledge to perform at an acceptable level within six (6) months of being awarded the position.

USD290 conducts background screenings and TB tests on all potential candidates.

Anyone with a disability who needs a reasonable accommodation related to a selection process is requested to contact the Human Resources Department at 785-229-8010, Ext. 1020 at least two (2) days prior to the scheduled test or interview.

Duties listed on the job announcement are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed. Omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the agreement and is subject to changes as the District’s needs and requirements of change. A full job description is available upon request.

USD290 is an At-Will employer.
USD290 is an Equal employment Opportunity Employer.

Listing expires on Thursday November 4th, 2021


A statewide non-profit law firm in Topeka is seeking a full-time or part-time accountant/bookkeeper. Main duties include general ledger payables and receivables and fiscal reporting to granting agencies. Must be Microsoft Office proficient. Education or experience in accounting/bookkeeping preferred. Will consider flexible hours for student schedules.

Starting pay is $15/hour. Email resume, cover letter and references to: Heather File, Human Resource Coordinator at Kansas Legal Services fileh@klsinc.org.

EOE and Affirmative Action Employer

Listing expires on Sunday October 10th, 2021

Accountant I

Position Summary: This position works under the direction of the Accountant III, as assigned to the Business Management Office of the Lansing Correctional Facility. Position is responsible for the oversight and completion of duties associated with appropriated and non-appropriated sections of the accounting department.

Job Responsibilities may include but are not limited to the following:
• Reviews incoming requisitions for completeness and assigns accounting codes per state accounting system requirements. Assigns purchase order numbers and forwards documents for approval
• Audits requisitions, invoices, receiving reports, and other documents, for completed orders, to insure correctness and completeness, and submits for payment
• Initiates change order requests as required to update purchase order status
• Maintains files of paid items to include vouchers and supporting documentation
• Submits reimbursement requests for gratuity, incentive pay, supplemental pay and property claims
• Reviews month-end items through use of accounts payable reports to insure accuracy and completeness of outstanding items
• Receipts and categorizes incoming funds designated for the General Fees Fund. Prepares bank deposit and remits funds to local financial institution
• Posts entries to the General Fees ledger and reconciles with the bank statement monthly in order to determine the amount of monies to be transferred to the State Treasurer
• Prepares and submits receipt vouchers and corresponding checks for the amount of income and special receipts and forwards to the State Treasurer
• Submits Petty Cash fund at least monthly for replenishment of fund and prepares corresponding reports as fund custodian

Annual salary range is $36,171.20 to $50,918.40. Please apply online at https://www.jobs.ks.gov.

Listing expires on Sunday September 19th, 2021

Document Processing Support Representative

Premier Employment Solutions & Key Staffing are seeking MULTIPLE Document Processing Support Representative for a top Topeka Employer. $18 per hour! This is a rewarding environment with thorough training, professional development, career advancement, and opportunity to earn very competitive benefits.

Call Key Staffing at: 785-272-9999
Email: Richardk@keystaffing.com
Apply Online: https://jobs.keystaffing.com/WL52BaseP12/main.aspx?action=SearchOpportunitiesDetail&mode=initial&id=31222&index=1

Listing expires on Monday August 23rd, 2021


Bookkeeping position using your knowledge to be an integral part of a Kansas company selling laboratory equipment world-wide. A/R, A/P, Payroll, and assorted tasks directly reporting to the President. A working knowledge of Quickbooks is essential. The position requires the ability to multi-task and have a great attention to detail.

Compensation is based on experience. We offer a generous leave and benefits package with performance bonuses. To apply, send your resume to donnaj@pinnaclet.com.

Listing expires on Sunday August 22nd, 2021