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REVENUE SPECIALIST - 0917 Salary $30,160.00 - $45,240.00 Annually Location SC, SC Job Type Full Time Department OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT & BUDGET Job Number 00104 Closing 1/12/2018 11:59 PM Eastern Job Description Brief Description of the Job: Record billings and payments in accounts receivable system. Update the various revenue subsidiary spreadsheets. Balance and reconcile assigned accounts by comparing and analyzing appropriate reports, ledgers, and/or bank statements. Prepare journal entries to bring accounts into alignment. Allocate and distribute payments on a quarterly or monthly basis to include Local & State Accommodations fees, Admission Tax and Grant, State Accommodations Tax, and City`s Administrative fee. Administer Setoff Debt Program. Conduct daily count of deposits, verify deposit for accuracy, and take the revenue deposit to the bank for processing. Verify account numbers and codes for monies entered into the system. Assist customers and City departments with questions such as stormwater fees, sewer charges, NSF checks, local accommodation fees, false burglar alarms fee, alarm registration fees etc. As needed, assist Revenue Auditor in conducting audits to verify businesses reporting the correct gross amounts. Serve as backup to the Revenue Technician. Job Duties Essential Functions: Track Revenue Payments & Accounts Receivable (45%): Record billings and payments in accounts receivable system. Update the various revenue subsidiary spreadsheets. Give payments to the Revenue Technician to process cash receipts. Identify delinquent accounts and give them a courtesy call. Coordinate a list of the remaining delinquent accounts for further collections. Print license activity report for new businesses and mail them a hospitality booklet. Provide various revenue reports of fees received for the previous year and the current year. Update the hospitality tax spreadsheet. Provide the monthly hospitality fees received for the previous year and the current year to the OMB Director. Generate and send invoices on behalf of various departments to bill for services. Keep track of businesses that are annexed to the city from the county and paying hospitality tax to the county. Contact the Hospitality Tax Coordinator at Greenville County to determine how much money the county received twelve months prior to the annexation date. Use the county and the city payment information to calculate how much money Greenville County is due in hospitality fees. Record Sunday Alcohol Permits on a quarterly basis and notify the SC Department of Revenue of any adjustments. Contact restaurants/bars to see if they are open on Sunday and serve alcohol. Reconcile & Balance Accounts (15%): Balance and reconcile assigned accounts by comparing and analyzing appropriate reports, ledgers, and/or bank statements. Prepare journal entries to bring general ledger holding account, parking, Sunday alcohol, special events, and false burglar alarm accounts into alignment. Perform analytical reviews of revenues on monthly, quarterly, and annual basis to verify consistent and accurate reporting from businesses. Allocate & Distribute Payments (15%): Allocate and distribute payments on a quarterly or monthly basis to include Local & State Accommodations fees, Admission Tax and Grant, State Accommodations Tax, and City`s Administrative fee. On monthly basis, maintain spreadsheet of Local Accommodation Fees payments from hotels and prepare wire transfer for amount owed to Arena District. On a quarterly basis, prepare a journal entry for the City`s Administrative Fee and submit check to VisitGreenvilleSC. Maintain a record of payment for Admission Tax and Grant and submit wire transfers as appropriate. Maintain a spreadsheet of payments and disbursements for State Accommodations Tax funds. Allocate funds appropriately through journal entries. Notify fund award recipients of their quarterly disbursement, prepare check requests when documentation is received from award recipients if all requirements are met. Administer Setoff Debt Program (15%): Work closely with City departments to prepare a master file of debtors. Upload all debtors into the setoff Debt program and prepare and mail mandatory initial letters. Keep track of payments, returned mail, etc. and notify appropriate departments. Request social security number research and enter the numbers once the research has been returned to us. Track setoff`s made throughout the year, notify appropriate department of monies received and provide documentation to Revenue Technician for cash receipt purposes. Send letters to debtors notifying them a debt was taken from their SC tax return on behalf of the City. Balance Cash Receipts (5%): Conduct daily count of deposits, verify Revenue Technician and Permit and License Technician`s cash drawers for accuracy, and take the revenue deposit to the bank for processing. Verify account numbers and codes for monies entered into the system. Copy and send appropriate paperwork to Accounting Division for journalizing. Provide Administrative Support & Customer Service (5%): Assist customers and City departments with questions such as stormwater fees, sewer charges, NSF checks, local accommodation fees, false burglar alarm fees, alarm registration fees etc. Order deposit slips for all City departments. Make necessary changes to the hospitality tax booklet and provide updated copy to Revenue Administrator. As needed, assist Revenue Auditor in conducting audits to verify businesses reporting the correct gross amounts. Serve as backup to the Revenue Technician. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Physical Demands Overall Strength Demands: Sedentary strength demands include exerting up to 10 pounds occasionally or negligible weights frequently; sitting most of the time. Physical Demands: Continuously requires fine dexterity, sitting, handling, pushing/pulling, vision, hearing, and talking. Frequently requires reaching. Occasionally requires standing, walking, lifting, carrying, kneeling, bending, crouching, and twisting. Machines, Tools, Equipment, and Work Aids: Telephone, copier, fax machine, calculator Computer Equipment and Software: Personal computer, printer, scanner, other related software Working Conditions Overall Working Conditions: Good: Relatively free from unpleasant environmental conditions or hazards. Environmental Factors: None. Health and Safety: None. Primary Work Location: Office Environment. Protective Equipment Required: None. Non-Physical Demands Frequently requires frequent change of tasks, working closely with others as part of a team, and tedious or exacting work. Occasionally requires time pressures and performing multiple tasks simultaneously. Rarely requires emergency situations and irregular schedule/overtime. Qualifications Job Requirements Formal Education: Two year Associate`s degree or equivalent in accounting/business is required. Experience: Over two years of experience in Accounting is required. Driver`s License Required: Class D South Carolina license. Certifications and Other Requirements: None.

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