Financial Technician

Idaho Division Of Human Resources Boise , ID 83701

Posted 1 week ago


Idaho Department of Juvenile Corrections

Developing productive citizens in partnership with communities, through juvenile crime prevention, education, rehabilitation and reintegration!

The Idaho Department of Juvenile Corrections is seeking applications for a Financial Technician at our Headquarters Location to fill a current opening.

Starting Salary of $12.56 per hour, but may be higher depending on experience

The Financial Technician is responsible for performing routine financial tasks related to payment processing and expense tracking. This position use strong bookkeeping and research and analytical skills to perform duties. The Financial Technician develops reports and other financial data for use by management and works closely with department staff to gather required information to perform duties. This position is a full time Financial Technical position working Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Example of Duties

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Purchase Card (P-Card) processing:

  • Credit card purchases/receipts are received for financial coding/review/approval in P-Card of the SCO Statewide Accounting System.

  • Employee Travel processing:

  • Travel expense receipts are received for financial coding/review/approval in Travel Express of the SCO Statewide Accounting System.

  • Payroll Processing:

  • Process all employee actions including, separations, funding source changes, salary changes and other job data revisions.

  • Process Supplemental Pay and other Additional Pay requests

  • Maintain and update employee personal record system information

  • Payroll adjustments including calculation of payoff for separating employees. Includes corrections for leave coding, overtime or time entry errors, over or under payments, and other adjustments which may involve pay line entries.

  • Assist with time sheet upload process

  • Provide information to employees by interpreting and explaining standard payroll principles and practices and IDJC policies governing payroll.

  • Manage daily queries including; ensuring employee data is correct for processing, reporting and policy adherence.

  • Analyze the output of the processes/queries and determine what action needs to be taken. These actions can include making adjustments, problem research and resolution, contacting the department, budget office or HR to correct any issues.

Invoice processing (backup):

  • Invoices are received, dated and dispersed for approval.

  • Follow-up may be necessary for invoices not returned timely

  • Approved invoices are coded and submitted for payment through STARS or Navision

  • Outstanding invoices appearing on vendor statements require timely follow-up with vendors and managers Invoices for fuel card usage by the facilities, operations and maintenance departments are pulled and processed monthly

Other Duties:

  • Provide assistance to departments on questions related to invoices, receipts, financial reports and other transactions

  • Communicate with IDJC personnel and vendor representatives to resolve billing or invoicing errors/discrepancies, solve problems, and/or obtain information

Minimum Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Good knowledge of financial record keeping methods;

  • Experience researching and compiling financial information and preparing summaries and reports;

  • Experience using personal computers to enter, retrieve, and edit financial data.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Excellent customer service and professionalism

  • Ability to learn quickly, take direction, work as part of a team, ask questions, and problem-solve

  • Organizational skills and accountability to meet deadlines

  • Proficiency in computer spreadsheets with attention to detail and accuracy

  • Working knowledge of accounting procedures

  • Familiarity with accounting and financial management principles

  • Knowledge and experience using Microsoft Excel

  • Accurate data entry demonstrated

  • Operational excellence demonstrated by attention to details

Applicants with experience using an accounts payable software and/or experience processing, approving, and reviewing for accuracy, personnel actions on payroll processing system may score higher on the exam. Supplemental Information


  • Upon an offer of conditional employment a hire must complete a criminal history background investigation including, but not limited to, the Idaho State Police Criminal Identification Bureau, FBI, and the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare.


Idaho Department of Juvenile Corrections

P.O. Box 83720

Boise, ID


If you have questions,

please contact us at:

(208) 334-5100


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