POSITION SUMMARY: Under general supervision, but in line with established policies and procedures, Accounts Payable staff handles a wide variety of general Accounting work, performs a variety of routine accounting and clerical duties in the Accounting Department and is responsible for some direct supervision of Accounts Payable activities in the Department, with particular emphasis on work flow to meet time deadlines, and handles the more involved, problems, various reports, and calls from all branches and department for those with unusual or complex problems. Processing Accounts Payables includes maintaining records of amounts owed, verifying invoices, authorized approval, computing discounts with accurate and reliable records keeping, prompt and efficient handling of all transactions and prepare daily journals and vouchers, classification assigned to various general ledger numbers, cost center; preparing vouchers for payments, totaling accounts, filing, reconciliation and other reports are required; adequate documentation and daily reports. RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES - essential job functions include but are not limited to: Accounts Payable: ensures effective control of workflow to meet deadlines and to ascertain that timely, accurate information is rendered, enforce the basic standard procedures, make journals, Accounts Payable reports, daily balance and filing. Confers with supervisor on unusual or complex questions, answer vender and branches or department to resolve common problem; records disbursement, expense and other payments; update desktop procedures as needed. Safeguard all un-issued expense checks and filing of invoices. Ensures effective control of work flow to meet time deadlines. Ability to recognize irregular or suspicious transactions and taking appropriate steps to prevent loss. Cross train with accounting department staff. Accounts Receivable: maintaining records of accounts receivable, including keeping account of cash receipts, check copies (rental income, other payments, charges, refunds and similar items). Other: Fedline Advantage - wire transfer. Back up Federal Bank daily reconciliation. Monthly office supplies ordering. Back up others accounting staff, special assignments from controller and CFO. Assists with on-the-job training of new employees. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Requires a high school diploma, Bachelor's Degree preferred. 2 years of experience in the finance or accounting area, preferably in a banking environment. Basic math, writing and verbal communication skills and understanding of some commonly-used accounting concepts, practices, and procedures. Proficient in computer skills including Word, Excel, other bank related software The Bank is in full compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and does not discriminate with regard to applicants or employees with disabilities, and will make reasonable accommodation when necessary. OneUnited Bank is an equal opportunity employer. OneUnited Bank is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected status.