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Employment Opportunities


FTE: 1 (40 hrs/wk)

Salary: DOE

Scope of Responsibility:

Responsible for all operational and budgetary accounting for the agency, following standards of generally accepted accounting principles and practices.

Develop and monitor the annual operating budget.

Monitor and forecast revenue and expenditures and work with Administrative Team on budget planning, salary and benefits.

Compile and enter data into the computer system, and generate budget documents.

Monitor, review, and track grant compliance, deliverables, and financial reports for all OCPH agreements and contracts.

Monitor, track, and balance revenue/expenditures (i.e., the “Cash on Hand Report”, EDEN reports, quarterly/monthly BARS, generate monthly Board of Health voucher report, county Treasurer’s Report.

Assist in the monitoring and/or modifying of the data and/or databases that are used to compile and retrieve the required statistics & reports for the various contracts, grants, agency billings, etc.

Generate, compile and submit the various billing documents and reports (i.e Schedule 16, A-19’s, BARS, monthly tracking reports, etc.) as required for each grant, contract, or miscellaneous billing on a regular basis.

Monitor and reconcile daily deposits and work closely with support services staff and county Treasurer’s office for accuracy in coding procedures.

Monitor the data entry and accuracy (i.e. water lab billing, flu clinics) for the necessary reports, statistics, electronic billings, etc.

Prepare, process, code & generate vouchers to be submitted for payment. This would also include the review and approval of allowable expenditures under contract & grant guidelines. (A-87)

Monitor Medicaid Match program and prepare billing

Provide occasional front office support (getting the mail, taking deposits, assisting at the front counter, etc.) as requested or needed.

Other duties as assigned.  Due to staffing capacity, employee may need to learn other skills outside of fiscal responsibilities such as, Human Resources.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Work is performed primarily in an office environment and is usually sedentary in nature.  However, attendance at trainings, meetings, may require travel to off-site locations.  The essential functions of this position require sitting, standing, walking, stooping, bending, kneeling, crouching, reaching, pushing, pulling, twisting, sense of touch, finger dexterity, ability to grip with hands and fingers, ability to hear voice conversations, to see and speak, and occasionally, climbing and lifting up to 25 pounds.


High school education or GED equivalent.

Two (2) years of bookkeeping/accounting experience

Experience and knowledge of general accounting/bookkeeping principles, procedures, and practices

Proficient ten key skills and computer skills using programs such as; Word, Excel, and other database applications

Ability to perform precise and accurate mathematical functions with attention to detail

Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing

Organizational skills are a must

Must have the ability to work well with others and prioritize workload.

Ability to operate all office machines (copier, fax, postage meter, etc.)

Ability to maintain and assist with the office filing systems.

Must have a current unrestricted WA State driver’s license.



Okanogan County Public Health
Attn: L. Jones
POB 231
1234 South 2nd Avenue
Okanogan, WA  98841

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1234 S. 2nd Ave.
P.O. Box 231
Okanogan, WA 98840
(509) 422-7140



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