The Mercer County Sheriff's Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: August 7, 2020
Job Title: Fiscal Manager
Job Type: Full Time
Education: High School Diploma
Career Level: Experienced
Classification: This position is an unclassified position as indicated in Ohio Revised Code Section 124.11 (A)(8).
Supervision: This position reports directly to the Sheriff and supervises no one.
The following is a nonexclusive list of duties you will be required to perform:
Manage and Administer Sheriff’s Office Budget
Project yearly expenditures / Prepare annual budget
Attend budget meetings
Maintain expended, unexpended and revenue funds
Prepare regular and various vendors purchase orders throughout the year as needed
Accounts Payable - Submit invoices to the Auditor’s Office for payment
Input transaction into Quicken software
Input payment requests in Auditor’s software
Prepare supplemental appropriations, fund transfers, and advances
Prepare budget reports for Sheriff as needed
Monthly reconcile budget, revenue, outside funds, and outstanding purchase orders with Auditor’s Office reports
Maintain Grant Funds
Record and deposit pay-ins for Sheriff’s Office Funds
Prepare and submit purchase proposals to the Commissioner’s Office
Manage Office Credit Card
Report monthly use to Commissioner’s Office
Manage Procurement Card Program
Prepare Expense Requests for trainings and submit to the Commissioner’s Office
Arrange Travel Itineraries and Hotel Reservations
Monthly Reconcile the following funds:
Furtherance of Justice (FOJ)
Sheriff’s Monthly Allowance (SMA)
Law Enforcement Trust Fund (LETF)
Law Enforcement Trust Fund-HIT
Mandatory Drug Fine Fund (MDFF)
Process bi-weekly payroll and submit to Auditor’s Office
Manage vacation, sick, and personal leave balances
Input payroll transactions into Quickens software
Track wage steps and vacation anniversaries
Accounts Receivable Invoices
Prepare invoices for Extra Duty, Tri-County, Foundations, etc.
Child Support Contract
Prepare and submit monthly reports to CSEA
Experience in accounting, business, public management or related field is preferred. Ability to demonstrate competency in accounting, financial management, and budgeting.
Previous experience preferred in governmental accounting and/or office management, but not required.
Knowledge of computer programs – Quicken, Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.
Attention to detail and accuracy and the ability to multi-task, prioritize, and meet deadlines.
Applicants must successfully complete all the following pre-employment requirements:
Intense Background Investigation
Computerized Voice Stress Evaluation (Lie Detector)
Salary range: based on experience.
Paid vacation, Personal Time and Sick Leave. Paid Holidays off.
Medical, Dental and Vision insurance offered for employee, spouse and dependents with contribution to premiums.
Position pays into the Ohio Public Employee Retirement System.