Posted April 25, 2019
Archdiocese of St Paul and Minneapolis
Catholic Center
St Paul, MN 55106
Salary:
Benefits:
Yes
Education:
Bachelors Degree
Experience:
Yes
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Job Description

Responsible for the preparation, production and maintenance of client parish financial records through the use of Archdiocesan centralized financial software systems. Provides client parish financial information to Parish Accounting Service Manager (PASC) and assists client parish leadership in fulfillment of their parish, archdiocesan and regulatory reporting requirements.

Essential Functions of the Position
* Verification, approval and/or posting of AP, AR and GL transactions for client parishes. Monthly reconciliation of expense, revenue and balance sheet accounts.
* Assist in the review of client parish financial information for preparation of monthly executive financial report to Pastor, Parish Finance Council and other entities as identified.
* Participate in planning, budgeting, internal controls and regulatory mandates.
* In collaboration with the PASC Team, perform other duties and assume other responsibilities as assigned by the Supervisor to accomplish the goals of the Office.

Job Qualifications

Education
• B.S. Accounting/Finance

Experience
• Desired: Minimum 2 years experience in Accounting, AP, AR, GL
• Preferred: 5-7 years experience in Accounting, AP, AR, GL

Institution Description

The Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis was first established as a diocese in 1850 (originally Minnesota and the Dakotas); the Holy See elevated it to an archdiocese in 1888. The archdiocese is now home to approximately 825,000 Catholics in 187 parishes in the 12 county greater metropolitan area. Within the archdiocese, there are more than 90 Catholic schools, as well as Catholic health care centers, hospitals, retreat centers and many other Catholic organizations that serve our community.

Application Instructions/Comments

Please provide a cover letter, resume, and 3 professional reference letters.

 


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