• Senior Accountant - Capital Assets and Inventory

    Job ID
    Regular Full-Time
    Starting Pay Range
    $42,942-$55,025 per year
  • Basic Purpose

    Review of general ledger and its subsidiary ledgers to ensure the accurate accounting and reporting of PSTA’s financial and statutory reporting.  Coordinates with all the departments that impact the general ledger to assure accurate and timely reporting.



    Essential Functions

    Primary emphasis on accounting for and reporting on all Capital Assets. Records general journal entries, reviews and controls subsidiary accounts in relation to the general ledger to ensure the proper recording of financial transactions.


    Responsible for tracking and reconciliation of Capital Assets for the Authority, working with other divisions in regards to acquisition and disposal of capital assets.  Be familiar with Federal grants policies in regards to asset disposal.


    Active and lead position in the Transit Asset Management - State of Good Repair reporting and associated tracking within the Authority.


    Responsible for the tracking and reconciliation of Inventory of parts and fuel for the authority.  Prepare analytics of parts and fuel expense.


    Prepares state fuel tax reports.


    Coordinates, reviews for validity, and updates modules to ensure timely closing and presentation of a financial package monthly, quarterly, and annually, including the year-end close. 


    Coordinates and performs annual Inventory and Capital assets count for the Authority.


    Revises, develops and submits to Accounting Manager suggestions for changes to policies and procedures that will benefit the authority with compliance and efficiency issues.


    Prepares reconciliation reports on all bank accounts and all associated journal entries for the bank accounts.


    Prepares annual Unclaimed Property report for the State of Florida.


    Develops audit schedules with auditors for annual audit in regards to Capital Assets, Inventory and other balance sheet accounts as assigned.  Coordinates collection of audit material when requested.


    Acts as liaison with other departments to ensure all entries impacting the general ledger are correct and have adequate documentation.


    May assist other departments with problem resolution relative to capital assets, vehicle parts inventory, work orders, grant expenses, etc. when required.


    Works in conjunction with other divisions to dispose of Authority assets.


    Works as a team within the Accounting Division and takes on new tasks as they become required.  Lends expertise to areas that are needed.


    Performs additional duties as assigned by the Accounting Manager, Director of Finance and Chief Financial Officer.



    Minimum Qualifications

    Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in accounting, finance, or related field.


    Experience: Three (3) years professional accounting experience including reconciliations preparation of audit schedules and analysis of expense items.


    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    Knowledge of: Accounting principles, practices and procedures, data processing capabilities including the use of personal computers and computer networks; regulatory agency reporting requirements, and modern office procedures.


    Skilled in: Use and application of personal computers and software including all MS Office or equivalents; use of modern office equipment.


    Abilities: Communicate effectively both orally and written; develop and maintain effective working relationships with all employees; prepare a variety  of financial statements and reports; develop and maintain documentation of different accounting cycles; handle multiple tasks; ensure that the general ledger is maintained efficiently and accurately.


    PSTA is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. 


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