County Fiscal Officer 2 (Local Government)

Employment Opportunities:
The Huntingdon-Bedford-Fulton Area Agency on Aging is currently recruiting to fill one vacancy for County Fiscal Officer 2 in its Bedford office.
Nature of Work:
You will manage fiscal and administrative work by directing the financial operations in a County human services agency, or by assisting a higher-level County Fiscal Officer or administrator.
Minimum Requirements:
To be considered for County Fiscal Officer 2, applicants must show two years of accounting and/or budgetary experience, and business-related bachelor's degree that includes six credits in accounting; OR four years of accounting and/or budgetary experience, and a business-related associate's degree that includes six credits in accounting; OR an equivalent combination of experience and training which includes or is supplemented by six credits in accounting.
A master's degree in accounting, finance or a closely related field, CPA Certification or registration as a Public Accountant may be substituted for one year of professional accounting experience. Applicants who are currently licensed as a Public Accountant (in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania) or as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) will meet the minimum experience and training requirements
Applicants also must pass the Civil Service test for the County Fiscal Officer 2 (Local Government) job title.
Pennsylvania residency is required for this job title.
Starting Salary:
$39,117-$42,842/annually, depending on experience. Please contact the agency for additional information about the benefits package.
Questions? Contact Cindy Harbaugh at (814) 623-8148.
How to Apply:
Apply online at www.scsc.state.pa.us. First time users must register on the home page, then select View Open Jobs and Apply from the menu. Reference announcement #2013-111 for Accountants, Fiscal Officers, and Corporation Tax Officer 1 to submit your application and schedule your civil service exam.

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