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Fiscal Assistant 2
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Milwaukee County | Milwaukee, WI
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Job Description

Fiscal Assistant 2

Position Type: Full-Time, Hourly

Department: Child Support Services

Compensation Range: $15.18 - $19.36 Per Hour Closing Date: March 28, 2019 @ 5:59PM CST

Job Summary:

The Fiscal Assistant II is responsible for suspense reports, complete financial reviews of cases, and processes notarized statements, alternate payment plans, death certificates and settlement orders. Meet statutory requirements to record, receive, and disburse all court ordered support obligations. The major responsibility of the Fiscal Assistant 2 is to ensure the movement of payments through the KIDS system.

Minimum Requirements:

* High School Diploma or GED Equivalent
* Three (3) years of work experience in bookkeeping or accounting, or an Associate Degree from an approved college or university in Accounting or Business Administration and one (1) year of working experience. A Bachelor's Degree from an approved college or university in Accounting or Business Administration may substitute for the required experience
* Intermediate skill level with Microsoft Office software

Minimum Qualifications

Job Responsibilities:

* Analyzes, interprets and processes complex court orders received on divorce and paternity cases or from other jurisdictions. Processes or terminates income withholding orders. Calculates and processes adjustments to accounts on recycled monies for debt obligations.
* Works with various suspense reports to ensure that suspended payments will move through the KIDS system. Manually moves the payments or fixes errors to prevent the automatic movement of payments.
* Processes monthly reports, redirecting support payments to other governmental agencies. Complies with regulations and laws governing cases from other states and countries, reviews and approves financial adjustment entries made by staff, and follows GAAP, (generally accepted accounting principles).
* Processes documents that have been scanned into OnBase. These documents include, high school graduation notices, notarized statements, alternative payment plans, lien docket orders, death certificates, bail orders and settlement orders.
* Performs financial review of cases for account seizures and license suspensions. The financial reviews are used in court during hearings or to check for errors made in the KIDS system.
* Provides standard information to general public on departmental procedures or processes at the reception desk as needed. Receives, verifies and sorts cash, cash items and/or variety of negotiable instruments, prepares and issues receipts.
* Issues written communications with attorneys, paralegals, department supervisors, employers and Wisconsin Trust Fund staff regarding local cases and laws governing cases involving other states and jurisdictions.
* Performs other related duties that may be assigned.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of bookkeeping principles, methods and practices; knowledge of office and business practices and office equipment used in bookkeeping work; knowledge of banking methods, practices and procedures; skilled in the operation of a calculator and personal computer; proficiency in Excel; cash handling and mathematical skills. The ability to work effectively and harmoniously with external and internal contacts.

Special Instructions: This Original Examination is open to current residents of the state of Wisconsin. The selection process will be job related and will consist of one or more of the following: education and experience evaluation; written, oral, or performance tests, or other assessment methods.

Milwaukee County offers a comprehensive blend of benefits designed to make your life better both inside and outside of the workplace. Milwaukee County conducts criminal background checks and pre-employment drug testing.

About Milwaukee County

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