INTERIM CONTROLLER (FULL TIME OR PART-TIME)
Aston Carter is
currently partnered with the Town of Glastonbury aiding in a search for an
interim controller. The primary skill set needed / the core responsibility will
be putting together 2019’s CAFR report. Below is a detail job description that
outlines other responsibilities within the role. If you are interested and
qualified please reach out directly to Aston Carter’s representative, Chad
Gengras - email@example.com – (860)269-2388.
creation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)
with the management of investments from a cash management perspective
with the monthly close, including all journal entries and balancing associated
with the close
routine accounting functions including accounts payable, accounts receivable,
Supervises the daily activities of employees, provides performance feedback
both formally and informally,
interprets and enforces policies and procedures and communicates effectively.
investment activities; Monitors cash flow, manages bank accounts and makes
that all financial assets of the Town meet the Town’s investment portfolio
procedures, governed by State of Connecticut statutes.
to primary objectives of each investment
transaction: to protect principal, followed by maintaining sufficient liquidity
to meet cash flow needs, and attain the maximum yield possible, taking into
account, the investment risk constraints and cash flow requirements.
financial statements, business activity reports, financial position forecasts,
and reports required by regulatory agencies.
and reconciles general ledger. Prepares journal entries for non-routine
transactions, prepares non-routine bank deposits and transmittals. Performs
internal audit of departmental expenditures upon request.
Board of Education revenues and expenditures with Town Records.
internal control policies, guidelines, and procedures for activities such as
budget administration, cash and credit management, accounting and payroll.
capital projects reporting and cash flow requirements; monitors grant reporting
and assists in processing funding requests
operations and goals with other departments and government agencies.
Coordinates unit operations and the personnel necessary for project objectives
current knowledge of organizational policies and procedures, federal and state
directives, and current accounting standards.