The incumbent for this position will serve as a Financial Specialces for the Bureau of Land Management in California.
• Conducts reviews and analyses of the state, district, and field offices on all aspects of the accounting function from collections, billings, and adherence to regulations, to the handling of cash funds and credit cards.
• Prepares all bills for collection, (timber contract sales, trespasses, cost reimbursements, oil and gas assessments, right of-way grants, mineral materials, and employee debt) computes interest and
administrative handling charges. Prepares and signs demand letters on all overdue bills.
• Provides technical and managerial support, (via telephone, e-mail, onsite, and in the state office) to District and Field Office personnel responsible for, or directly involved in, the daily collection activities,
preparation of journal vouchers, refund schedules, reconciliation of accounts receivables, debt collection, and preparation of yearly age analysis.
• Researches all accounting problems that arise involving all case types with major emphases on lands and minerals activities, (mining claim redecoration, oil and gas, geothermal, mineral conveyances).
Physical Demands: The work requires no special physical demands. It may involve some walking, standing, bending, or carrying of light items such as files, computer reports, or office supplies.
Work Environment: Work is preformed in an office setting with adequate light, heat, and ventilation. Some travel may be required.