Supervisory Accountant

This is a full time permanent position in Fiscal Service at the West Texas VA Health Care System, Big Spring, Texas.
The position is that of Chief Accountant and as has full responsibility for the accuracy of the financial accounts of the WTVAHCS and its six Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs).
Incumbent directly supervises Accountants and Accounting Technicians in Fiscal Service.
The scope of authority and responsibility of the position covers a complex and diverse system of fully integrated proprietary accounting, budgetary accounting and planning, cost accounting, revolving fund accounting, and trust fund accounting at the field station level.
The incumbent is responsible for analyzing, supervising, and directing the recording of all transactions in the General Ledger Accounts and for providing a complete accounting, on an accrual basis, for assets, liabilities, operating, inter-office, and budgeting accounts.
Incumbent plans, initiates, and directs the preparation and verification of summary reports, and reconciliations developed from accounting records to insure monthly submissions of complete and accurate financial data to VISN 18, Central Office, and the VA Financial Service Center.
Incumbent furnishes management with all required and requested financial statements and offers technical advice to operating officials on all phases of accounting including the analysis and interpretation of pertinent accounting data.
Other duties as required.
, This description does not cover all duties of the position.
Relocation/recruitment incentive is not authorized for this position.
Work Schedule:
Typical work schedule is Monday through Friday, 8:
00am to 4:
However position may require work beyond this schedule and travel.
Position Description #700010Physical Requirements:
Work is principally sedentary, however some slight physical effort maybe necessary.

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