Tag Archives: Business, Bookkeeping & Accounting

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.

TO APPLY:
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

Bookkeeper

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

Accounts Payable/Admin Assistant

Topeka Foundry & Iron Works was founded in 1876 and is one of Topeka’s longest lasting businesses. Serving the steel fabrication, machine repair and production, precision machining, and commercial door industries throughout the US.

We are looking for a skilled accounts payable administrative assistant who will be responsible for processing vendor invoices for payment in an accurate and efficient manner.

Responsibilities
– Performs day to day financial transactions, including verifying, classifying, computing, posting and recording accounts payable items
– Reviews and enters purchase orders in accounting software
– Reviews open purchase orders on a monthly basis and follows up with vendors or internal departments on outstanding items
– Reviews credit card purchases for proper spending documentation
– Enters credit card charges and reconciles purchases to monthly statements
– Saves electronic copies of all purchasing documentation

Skills

– Solid understanding of basic bookkeeping and accounts payable principles
– Ability to calculate, post and manage accounting records
– Strong data entry and computer skills
– Proficiency in English and MS Office
– High degree of accuracy and attention to detail
– Work experience in an accounting administrative role preferred, not required
– BS degree in Finance, Accounting or Business Administration a plus, not required

Compensation is $15-$20/hour depending on education and experience. Incentive Bonus Program Paid Vacation and Holidays Health Insurance – 100% employer paid 401(k) Match; dental insurance, vision insurance, disability insurance, employee assistance program .

Apply through posting on Indeed.com. https://www.indeed.com/job/accounts-payableadministrative-assistant-1851f35b8f563c2f .

Listing expires on Sunday August 8th, 2021

Accounting Clerk

Topeka Housing Authority is currently searching for an Accounting Clerk to perform the duties listed below.

I. THA’S VISION
Successfully provide quality, accessible, affordable housing. Success is defined as: putting applicants, tenants, and participants first; market competitiveness; and, financial strength and integrity.
II. TASKS
This staff member will perform the Accounting Clerk tasks described below in a combination to be reviewed and agreed on at least annually.

A. Loss Prevention/Collections
Review accounts monthly to identify and counsel tenants who are trending
toward eviction due to late or non-payment behaviors. Assist tenants in
identifying and obtaining assistance from appropriate organizations.
Negotiate payment agreements for excessive damage to rental units which result from insurance deductibles. Prepare documentation when needed for criminal and civil actions. Represent THMS for challenges to collections. Prepare cases for, and represent THMS in, Small Claims Court to collect damages and debts which would otherwise be uncollectible. Sending debts to collection, tracking debts and closing accounts when paid in full. Submitting Bankruptcy claims.

B. Accounts payable
Process invoices for payment. Allocate expenditures. Prepare and mail checks. Perform related accounts payable tasks and maintain records as assigned.

C. Rent collections/payments
Assist with taking rents and other payments both manually and electronically and maintain related record when needed. Prepare payment agreements and track payments.

D. Utility Expenses
Calculate, make and record Public Housing utility reimbursement payments.
E. Other duties as assigned
As assigned, perform other duties that require a level of skill, knowledge, and ability comparable to that required to successfully perform the tasks listed above.

III. CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT
A. Promote innovation and positive change
B. Improve THA programs
C. Improve THA facilities and complexes
D. Participate in training and capacity building events as assigned

IV. KEY TRAITS
A. Ability to learn, absorb, process and apply information
B. Listening and oral communication skills
C. Sound academic skills—reading, writing, computation
D. Adaptability, creative thinking and problem solving, openness to change
E. Self-management, self-esteem, goal orientation
F. Effective in/with groups; interpersonal, negotiation, and teamwork skills
G. “Big picture” view of the organization; leadership skills; ability to organize and
motivate one’s self and others
V. KNOWLEDGE
A. Standard office computer hardware and software including Word, Excel,
and Outlook
B. Standard office telephone etiquette and procedures
C. Standard customer service etiquette and procedures
D. Operation of standard office equipment (fax, copier, multiple line telephone)

VI. SKILLS
A. Use of standard office computer hardware and software
B. Interact with and provide assistance to a diverse range of program applicants and participants directly and by telephone

VII. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
A. Handle and maintain files and records
B. Ability to work at a computer
C. Ability to bend, stretch, get in and out of a vehicle

VIII. EDUCATION, SPECIAL LICENSES/CERTIFICATES
A. Valid Kansas Class C Drivers license
B. Specialized certification as assigned
C. High school diploma or equivalent required. Some college or advanced
training preferred
D. Acceptable driving record for insurance purposes

IX. EXPERIENCE
A. Two years of office/clerical experience required.
B. An equivalent combination of training and experience
C. Some experience with affordable housing programs preferred

X. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY

None

Compensation – $16/hour or depending on experience; KPERS Retirement Plan; Paid sick/vacation/Holidays; Employer pays 100% of employee’s Health/Dental.

To  apply, please visit www.tha.gov; Announcements. All interested candidates must complete a THA application and submit to Aubrey Coufal at acoufal@tha.gov.

Listing expires on Friday July 30th, 2021

Accounts Receivable Specialist

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. This is not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, tasks, knowledge, or skills required for the position. Other duties may be assigned.

• Education Requirement(s): Must have a high school diploma and a minimum of six hours of college level accounting course work. Two years’ experience in an accounting or related field can be substituted for the 6 hours of course work.
o Education Preferences: N/A
• Experience Requirement(s): Experience in Accounts Receivable processes is required.
o Experience Preferences: Experience in medical billing processes is preferred.
• Supervisory Experience Requirement(s): N/A
• Certification Requirement(s): N/A
o Certification Preferences: N/A
• Driver’s License Requirement(s): Valid Kansas driver’s license is required.
• Insurance Requirement(s): Must be eligible for company insurance coverage.
• Reading & Writing Ability Requirement(s): The ability to read and understand documents and the ability to write routine reports and correspondence is required.
• Math Ability Requirement(s): Must possess basic math skills.
• Other Ability/ Skill Requirement(s): The ability to plan, organize and carry out instructions is required. Proficiency with the use of a 10-key adding machine is required. Knowledge of Medicaid billing systems is preferred.
• Computer Skills Requirement(s): A general understanding of how to use basic productivity software, including Microsoft Office, is required; proficiency is preferred. Knowledge of computer software for an accounting system is preferred.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

LEADERSHIP:
• Be a positive role model for others, treat others with courtesy and respect, and demonstrate professionalism at all times.
• Possess the ability to work independently and with minimal supervision.
• Accomplish both personal and organizational goals by considering varying viewpoints and suggestions, and demonstrating the desire to explore opportunities that positively contribute to the quality of SLI services and business functions.
• Demonstrate the ability to coach and motivate clients and coworkers to achieve to the best of their ability.
• Demonstrate initiative and do not allow barriers to stand in the way of goal achievement.
• Identify potential issues, apply sound judgment, and make clear recommendations for solutions to problems.
• Handle stressful situations and changes with an even temperament and flexibility.
• Ensure adherence to licensing requirements, CARF standards, and all local, state, and federal laws.

CUSTOMER SERVICES:
• Understand and support the organization’s mission, philosophy, and code of ethics.
• Demonstrate support for each person’s needs, choices, and participation in the community.
• Respond in a timely, professional, and positive manner to all clients, families and guardians, coworkers, stakeholders, and oversight entities.
• Interact with persons served professionally and respectfully at all times and respond to their needs in a dignified and timely manner.

COMMUNICATION:
• Report necessary information to supervisor(s) in a timely manner. Use all forms of communication, such as written, e-mail, incident reports and personal contact.
• Understand instruction from supervisor(s) and carry out instruction with minimal supervision. Contact supervisor(s) when clarification is needed.
• Communicate with all departments, as needed, to ensure the needs of the clients, the staff, and the organization are being met.
• Provide clear, concise, and detailed communication, both verbally and in written reports, documentation, and correspondence.

TEAMWORK AND COOPERATION:
• Display a team-oriented approach through collaborative group effort, in order to achieve a common goal.
• Function as an active team member of SLI to provide a high quality of service and support. Share relevant and necessary information with team members/coworkers.
• Resolve any disputes that may occur objectively, expediently, professionally, and with integrity
• Work in cooperation with others, participating equally in shared responsibilities and tasks.
• Demonstrate flexibility, a willingness to collaborate, and an individual commitment to a common group goal.
• Participate in scheduled team meetings.
• Assist in the development of processes and systems that facilitate the highest level of work efficiency, effectiveness, and productivity.

POLICY AND PROCEDURE:
• Refer to and follow all SLI policies and procedures.
• Report all violations of policies and/or procedures in a timely manner.
• Adhere to the organization’s code of ethics, as well as illness, incident, and accident reporting procedures.
• Adhere to confidentiality and privacy practices
• Provide services in accordance with SLI corporate policy and procedure and within standards for licensing and accreditation.

PUBLIC RELATIONS:
• Follow SLI’s dress code and represent the organization in a professional manner at all times.
• Be a positive role model and represent a solid public image for constituents and the organization by exhibiting appropriate behavior, dress, and hygiene.
• Participate in community and civic organizations as assigned.
• Immediately report all press inquiries to the Vice President of Development or the CEO.

ATTENDANCE:
• Follow assigned work schedule and attend all required trainings and meetings.
Notify supervisor(s) of tardiness and absences as soon as possible prior to the shift, training, or meeting.
• Request for time off from set schedule should be submitted to supervisor(s) in a timely manner. Illness or emergency leave will be submitted upon return to work.
• Complete leave requests according to policy and do not abuse leave policy.
• Use work time productively.
• Salaried staff expected to work whatever time necessary to complete job duties; at times, weekends and nights may be required.
• Hourly staff must follow assigned work schedule and hours, unless variation approved by supervisor(s).

EFFICIENCY AND ORGANIZATION:
• Complete all paperwork in a timely, detailed, and accurate manner, ensuring adherence to deadlines.
• Prioritize and manage job responsibilities efficiently and effectively.
• Respond in a timely manner.
• Utilize resources as efficiently as possible.
• Maintain detailed documentation and data in an organized manner.

ADAPTABILITY AND FLEXABILITY:
• Handle stressful situations and change with an even temperament and flexibility.
• Demonstrate a sensitivity to, an understanding of, and a willingness to adapt to a variety of communication, learning, and working styles.
• Respond and adjust to changing ideas, responsibilities, expectations, strategies, and processes.
• Demonstrate strong communication, creative thinking, and problem-solving skills.
• Display an optimistic outlook when attempting to overcome challenges.

JOB SKILLS AND JUDGMENT:
• Apply sound judgment and make clear recommendations for solutions to problems.
• Act to ensure the health and safety of all SLI clients, staff, and visitors.
• Plan strategically and make decisions by utilizing all relevant data.
• Display empathy, demonstrate cultural competency, and recognize and celebrate diversity.
• Practice active listening, elicit information, and be open to suggestions and new ideas.
• Seek out reliable information with which to base decisions.
• Accept and provide constructive criticism in order to improve performance.
• Exercise discretion and independent judgment.
• Responsible for accounts receivable processing including posting monthly charges, payments and adjustments.
• Enter, transmit and tie out HCBS billing in a timely manner.
• Post remittance advices received from MCBs in a timely manner.
• Research MCO denials and short paid claims and take the necessary action to overturn denials.
• Perform fee calculations for clients on an annual basis, or more often as needed.
• Send out request for documentation to clients and track receipt of documents.
• Prepare monthly billing statements and follow up on outstanding receivable balances.

TRAINING:
• Complete required orientation and training in a timely manner.
• Inform supervisor(s) of additional training goals and needs.

Compensation ranges from $11.54 – $19.23/hour; $500 hiring bonus; health/dental/vision/AFLAC; direct deposit; KPERS; Employee Assistance Program; tenure bonuses, safety incentives and life insurance. Apply online at www.slitopeka.org (under the employment tab).

Listing expires on Thursday July 15th, 2021

SHOWROOM MANAGER

Assist designers in preparing renderings of kitchens and baths. Pricing and ordering of job materials. Answering phones. Excel and word proficient. Great customer service skills. Invoicing and accounting. Monthly reports. Maintain the showroom and displays clean and all samples organized and stocked. Attention to detail. Good math skills. Scheduling deliveries and services.

Compensation will be discussed during interview process. To apply, contact Ball Custom Kitchens at (785) 228-2900 or email ballcustomkitchens@ymail.com.

Listing expires on Tuesday June 29th, 2021

Automotive Billing Clerk

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES, INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
· Accurate billing of all new and used car deals
· Organize all paperwork in each deal and check for completeness
· Submit dealer incentives and review submissions for accuracy
· Knowledge of how to floor vehicles
· Research and resolve any discrepancies or problems with the billing process
· Understanding of deadlines and ability to apply appropriate sense of urgency to all tasks
· Bank deposits as needed
· Other duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:
· A minimum of 1 year automotive accounting experience required
· Familiarity using CDK
· Must be able to effectively use a computer (Word, Excel and Google Docs)
· Ability to work in a team-oriented environment
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills
· Strong attention to detail
· Self-motivated; able to effectively prioritize tasks and organize schedule

COMPANY BENEFITS
· Paid holidays
· Paid vacation after one year
· Insurance – Medical, Dental
· 401K

Full-time, 40 hrs/week, Monday-Friday

Compensation is $14-$16/hour. Please send resume to agemmer@edbozarth.com. 

Listing expires on Friday June 11th, 2021

Administrative professional

Word processing
Proofing and reading of letters and reports
Processing of tax returns to be sent to clients
Electronic creation of documents
Answering of phones
Filing of records electronically
Coordinate recruiting
Assist members and managers with other related administrative tasks

Hourly pay ranges from $18 – $22. Competitive benefits package which includes 401(k), health insurance, long-term disability insurance, life insurance, and vacation and sick time off 40 hours as week and some overtime during March through April 15th each year. You may send a cover letter and resume directly to Eric L. Otting, Managing Member at the following e-mail address: eotting@wnnjcpa.com.

Listing expires on Friday June 4th, 2021

Accounting Clerk

Accounting Clerk
About Us:
Established in 1951, McElroy’s has developed into a premier Mechanical Contractor and Facility Services company. For nearly 70 years, our company has provided innovative services that optimize the performance of world-class mechanical and plumbing systems that serve healthcare, industrial, commercial, education, entertainment & hospitality, government, and science & laboratory facilities.
Our offerings have grown over the years, but we still operate under our founding principles: Treat every customer and employee with respect and do the job right. The right way and for the right reason. Earning and maintaining your trust is our most important job.
Job Summary:
McElroy’s Inc., a regional HVAC, mechanical and plumbing company is currently seeking an Accounting Clerk
Responsibilities:
• Accounts Receivable functions such as posting payments to customer accounts.
• Processing commercial and residential service billings.
• Vehicle Fleet Management: keeping accurate and organized records of all vehicles in the fleet.
• Occasional customer service and front office support.
• Other accounting functions as assigned.
Education or Certifications:
• High School Diploma
Relevant Years of Experience:
• 1-2 years accounting systems experience
• 1-2 years office administration experience
• 1-2 years experience with Microsoft Excel and other Microsoft Office products
Benefits:
• Health Insurance
• Life Insurance
• 401k match
• Profit Sharing
• Paid Time Off

Compensation is hourly. To apply, email your resume to: hr@mcelroys.com.

McElroy’s Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. McElroy’s Inc. recruits qualified applicants and advances in employment its employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, genetic information, ethnic or national origin, marital status, veteran status, or any other status protected by law. EOE Minorities/ Females/ Protected Veterans/ Disabled. You can request reasonable accommodations by contacting Human Resources: Email hr@mcelroys.com

Listing expires on Wednesday May 26th, 2021

Office Manager/Administrative Assistant

Responsibilities include maintaining a membership data base, bookkeeping, editing a newsletter, maintaining association website and general office support. The person hired will also assist with association meetings and convention including preparing brochures and registering attendees. Knowledge of Microsoft office products, membership data base systems and InDesign would be helpful.

Salary is based on qualifications and experience. Benefits include vacation, sick leave and health insurance. Send resumes to kfda@kfda.kscoxmail.com.

Listing expires on Thursday May 6th, 2021