Manages the overall accounting activities of the organization. Administers accounting policies and directives. Evaluates the consumer information and fixed asset systems, payroll accounting, accounts payable and related records. Ensures accurate financial statements, entries and reports. Responsible for annual financial audit.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Proven knowledge of federal, state and cooperative laws, codes, ordinances and
Strong management skills in the areas of ethics, communication, motivation, delegation, and employee development.
Accuracy, timeliness and the ability to supervise
Collaborates effectively with other
Use of computer and knowledge of Microsoft Office
Building Strategic Working Relationships
Planning and Organizing
Ethics and integrity
Safety Awareness and Participation
Duties and Responsibilities
Responsible for assuring accuracy of general ledger, subsidiary ledgers and financial statements.
Preparation of financial statements and reporting
Preparation of annual reports and filings including form 7, gross revenue filing, PUC and EIA filings.
Responsible for budgeting process, documents assumptions, and coordination with
Preparation of budget and forecast including reporting
Perform internal audit functions and perform test inventory standardization
Responsible for annual financial
Retirement and allocation of capital
Responsible for accounting system planning, design, and implementation to support financial requirements and increase operational efficiency.
Supervision of accounting
Responsible for accounting department records
Data collection for COSA and rate
Participation in cooperative strategy and
This is a full-time position. This position requires that the employee be available for work outside the normal daily work period. Travel may be required within the four-county service territory during the business day and infrequently overnight. Occasional out of the area travel is expected to attend various activities such as meetings, training and other events.
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
Five years’ progressive accounting experience
Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related discipline
Experience supervising one or more employees
Knowledge of nonprofit/FASB accounting standards
Knowledge of federal and state accounting requirements
Experience in an electric utility or associated industry preferred
Knowledge of FERC and RUS accounting standards preferred
High school diploma or equivalent
Possess and maintain a valid state driver’s license
Baker City, voted one of Rand McNally’s six most beautiful small towns in America three years in a row. The surrounding area includes unlimited opportunities for outdoor activities like hunting, fishing, hiking, biking and skiing. Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort boasts the best powder in Oregon, with an average annual snowfall of 300 inches.
OTEC has a competitive benefits package that includes medical, dental, life insurance, disability, 401(k), and other valuable benefits.
Please visit our web page at https://www.otec.coop/careers for more information and to view open positions.