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Junior Accountant

The Accounting Department is responsible for financial reporting and the general ledger management of NACA and its affiliates. Staff accountants are responsible for financial reporting, payroll, accounts payable, and other accounting functions. Financial reporting responsibilities include the completion of all monthly and standard journal entries and computing monthly allocations and depreciation. Account payable responsibilities include review and processing of bills, vendors, checks, credit cards, ACH deposits, reimbursements, closings and other projects.

The Junior Accountant reports directly to and is supervised by the Accounting Director. All experience levels are encouraged to apply.


Payable processing responsibilities include:

  • Post bills and check requests; prepare check runs; prepare and mail checks, submit positive pay data to the bank
  • Setup payments as ACH in lieu of checks
  • Setup new vendors and maintain the AP files in accounting software
  • Prepare credit applications for new vendors/accounts as necessary
  • Investigate and resolve problems
  • Process rental payments
  • Review benefit invoices

Company credit card reconciliation responsibilities include:

  • Manage credit card processing
  • Expense reimbursement processing and payment
  • Obtain supporting documentation as needed
  • Ensure compliance with travel and expense reimbursement policy

Other responsibilities:

  • Handle bank reconciliations
  • Maintain and organize cash receipts
  • Process credit & membership refunds
  • Work with staff accountant to train as backup
  • Assists in annual audit by preparing assigned reports or providing documentation as directed by supervisor.