$18.62-$23.71 Hourly / $1,489.28-$1,896.40 BiWeekly /
The Cash Accounting Clerk is distinguished from the Financial Clerk in that incumbents must handle large amounts of cash in addition to bookkeeping responsibilities and general clerical work. There is also a higher level of interpersonal contact required of the Cash Accounting Clerk.
Performs the following duties to receive funds, to disburse funds, and to record monetary transactions: Receives cash or checks in person or by mail; counts money to verify amounts and issues receipts for funds received; issues change and cashes checks; compares totals on cash register with amount of currency in register to verify balances; endorses checks and totals cash and checks for bank deposit; prepares bank deposit slips; withdraws cash from bank accounts and keeps custody of cash fund; searches files (manually or using a computer) for proper account information; posts data to accounts and balances receipts and disbursements; answers questions in person or by phone regarding account status; compiles collection and disbursement reports; performs related general office work (typing, filing, etc.) as required.
Knowledge of accounting codes; knowledge of general office procedures; basic bookkeeping skills; interpersonal skills; ability to handle large amounts of money; ability to perform general clerical tasks; ability to operate a variety of office equipment which includes personal computers and electronic equipment, cash registers and check writing machines.
This replaces the existing specification for the class of Cash Accounting Clerk in Salary Group CL 12 approved effective May 26, 2009. (Revised to change Service Status to Non-Competitive)