Accounting Administrator I (Supervisor) (JC - 290282) 8/18/22
In order to be considered for this position, you must apply at CalCareers.ca.gov. First, create a CalCareers account as you must prior to applying. Once your account is created you can search 290282 to locate the job posting and apply. Note: This position will no longer be available on CalCareers after the job closes on 8/18/22. No applications will be accepted after the job closing date.
Positions at the Water Boards may be eligible for telework with in-person attendance based on the operational needs of the position.
Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, applying electronically is highly encouraged.
The State Water Resources Control Board’s, Division of Administration Services has an opening for an Accounting Administrator I (Supervisor). The position is located at 1001 I Street, 18th Floor, Sacramento.
To be considered for this position, the applicant must provide a COPY of unofficial transcripts and degree (if applicable) at the time of application submission. Please be aware, however, that OFFICIAL transcripts must be provided prior to the appointment.
Under the general supervision of the Accounting Administrator II (Supervisor), Accounting Branch, Fund Manager, and consistent with good customer service practices and the goals of the State and Regional Board’s Strategic Plan, the incumbent is expected to be courteous and provide timely responses to internal/external customers, follow through on commitments, and to solicit and consider internal/external customers input when completing work assignments.
The incumbent plans directs, evaluates, and supervises the activities of the General Ledger Unit. Responsible for hiring, training, and evaluating employees; prioritizes workload, provides guidance and facilitates the resolution of the more difficult accounting problems. The General Ledger Unit is responsible for reconciling agency accounting records to the State Controller and State Treasurer records for a complex variety of funds/sub-funds and special accounts.
Overtime during peak periods, such as year-end, may be required.