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In the Accounting and Budget area, you will be involved in work the requires the application of accounting theories, concepts, principles, and standards as it relates to the financial activities of governmental, quasi-governmental, or private sector organizations. This work may include:
- designing, developing, operating, or inspecting accounting systems;
- prescribing accounting standards, policies, and requirements;
- examining, analyzing, and interpreting accounting data, records, and reports; or advising or assisting management on accounting and financial management matters.
Accounting theories, concepts, principles and standards address these types of duties:
- determining the boundaries of an accounting entity;
- recognizing and measuring revenues;
- matching revenues and expenses by applying methodologies such as accrual accounting and depreciation;
- defining and measuring costs by applying methodologies such as standard, process, job-order, and activity-based costing; and,
- full disclosure on financial statements.
- Occasional Travel
- Travel may be required.