Business Process Analyst, City of Greensboro (closes 9/6/19)

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Closing:  September 6, 2019
Salary Range:  $44,507 – $59,343 annually


The Business Process Analyst’s duties will include the control and oversight of the approximately $6.7 million in City inventories, including timely review and reconciliation of inventory balances, training and ongoing support to operating staff and assurance that appropriate internal control safeguards are maintained for all these inventories. Duties will also include the preparation and posting of journal entries, budget entries and adjusting journal entries and balancing of accounts to ensure that financial transactions are recorded accurately and timely. This employee is responsible for performing month end general ledger closing on a rotating basis with other members of the Accounting Division. Other duties include analyzing budget and cost of operations statements for accuracy, completeness and adherence to governmental accounting standards, as well as working with City departments on accounting issues, understanding financial data, and instructing users of the Lawson financial system. This position is required to achieve the NC Certified Local Government Finance Officer designation within 3 years of employment date.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Experience using Crystal reports or Lawson add-ins to extract data from financial tables
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Products
  • Lawson financial system/subledger package experience

Education and Experience


  • Bachelor’s Degree with 24 hours of Accounting coursework “OR” an Associates Degree in Accounting with six to eight years of related experience
  • 4-6 years of related experience  (i.e. working with preparing financial statements and interpreting Financial Policy and Procedures)


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Business
  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
  • NC Certified Local Government Finance Officer
  • 2-4 years experience in governmental accounting or auditing