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Job Details

Position:
Accounting/Fiscal Manager 1 (CPA)

Company:
Lexington County Public Service Commission - Lexington, SC , USA


Job Description:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/3196827/accounting-fiscal-manager-i-cpa-61096920

Accounting/Fiscal Manager I (CPA) - 61096920

Salary 

$50,833.00 - $94,048.00 Annually

Location 

Lexington County, SC

Job Type

FTE - Full-Time

Agency

Public Service Commission

Job Number

117925

Closing

9/15/2021 11:59 PM Eastern

Agency Specific Application Procedures:

Please apply online.

Class Code:

AN09

Position Number:

61096920

Normal Work Schedule:

Other

Normal Work Schedule (Other):

Monday-Friday (8:15 - 4:45)

Pay Band

Band 7

Hiring Range - Min.

$67,000.00

Hiring Range - Max.

$94,048.00

Opening Date

08/30/2021

EEO Statement

Equal Opportunity Employer

Veteran Preference Statement

South Carolina is making our Veterans a priority for employment in state agencies and institutions.

Job Responsibilities

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Are you an experienced professional looking for new opportunities to further your career?  The South Carolina Public Services Commission is seeking a hardworking and dependable candidate just like you to apply!  This position will offer great benefits with the state, including 15 days of annual and sick leave per year or more depending on applicable state service. 

 

This position has been re-posted.  Previous applicants need not reapply as all applicants will be considered.

Responsibilities of the Accounting/Fiscal Manager I:

The Accounting/Fiscal Manager I will provide expertise related to filed applications, petitions, testimony and other documentation regarding investigations, surveys and studies to facilities, services, and rates of utilities to assist in enabling the Commissioners to determine compliance with state statutes, regulations, and Commission orders. Work includes analyzing financial reports, records, reserves, assets, revenues, and expenditures, income statements, and balance sheets. Work is performed with latitude for the exercise of independent judgment and decision making.  The job duties of this position include but are not limited to the following:  
 
  • Read, review, and analyze matters filed in Commission dockets. Collect, analyze, and present data on evolving utility related issues. Research issues and prepare reports, position papers and policy statements for the Commissioners.
  • Maintain an electronic file of research and reports containing analyses and recommendations for pending matters related to jurisdictional utilities.
  • Analyze establishment and adjustment utility rate filings, and requests for utility adjustment of rates filings and prepare recommendations, comments, and questions for the Commissioner. Participate in associated hearings and review final orders and tariffs. Participate in collegial discussions with the commissioners regarding pending utility dockets.
  • Present the employee's views concerning utility legislation for presentation to the commissioner.
  • Attend training sessions sponsored by accredited colleges and universities and professional organizations. Read relevant scholarly journals related to issues within the Commission's jurisdiction.
  • Conduct public utility special studies and projects; prepare reports; discuss findings and confer with Commission Staff and Commissioners.
  • Perform other related duties as required or directed.

 

Minimum and Additional Requirements

A bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, business, or a related field with a minimum of 30 hours of accounting courses and professional experience in a related area, such as accounting, auditing, finance, or banking with three (3) years of professional experience in public utility regulation or public utility rate making.  A CPA in good standing is required.



Additional Requirements:  A C.P A certification, knowledge of the principles, practices and theories of accounting, auditing, budgeting, taxation, or financial management. Knowledge of current Accounting Principles (FASB) and Auditing Standards (GAAS) and experience with using FERC, FCC, and/or NARUC Chart of Accounts. Ability to interpret and analyze financial data and reports.  Ability to interpret complicated federal and state statutes, rules and regulations pertaining to applicable programs. Ability to thoroughly and accurately generate written and oral reports related to financial and technical information in preparation for commission hearings, meetings, and other scheduled events. Teamwork and the ability to communicate are critical to this position. The Commission seeks individuals who thrive in team-oriented environments and who are committed to collegiality, collaboration, and alignment with the Commission vision, mission, and strategic goals.  Occasional overnight travel is required.  Applicants indicating college credit or degree(s) on the application will be required to bring a copy of college transcript to the interview.  A copy of the transcript may also be uploaded as an attachment to the application, if required by the hiring department or if desired by the applicant.  Please note that some areas of the Department may require an official, certified copy of the transcript prior to hiring or within a specific timeframe required by that area, after hiring.  Failure to produce an official, certified transcript may result in not being hired or termination. 
 
 Upon hiring, candidate must submit official college transcript or diploma for degree(s) obtained. 

Preferred Qualifications

A master's degree in finance, business, or a related field with a minimum of 30 hours of accounting courses is preferred.

Additional Comments

 

The Public Service Commission is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all applicants and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, including, but not limited, to lactation), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information.
 
 Supplemental questions are considered part of your official application.  Any misrepresentation will result in your disqualification from employment.  Please complete the state application to include all current and previous work history and education.  A resume will not be accepted nor reviewed to determine if an applicant has met the qualifications for the position.

 

Agency
State of South Carolina
Agency
Public Service Commission
Address
101 Executive Center Dr., Saluda Bldg. Suite 100

Columbia, South Carolina, 29210
Phone
803-896-5100  

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Contact Information

Virginia Butler
Phone: NA
Fax: NA
virginia.butler@psc.sc.gov

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