?Process and prepare accounts payable invoices including preparing check payments. Additionally, review and process payments made via ACH transaction. ?Process cash, ACH and credit card receipt transactions including posting of payments in accounting software and event management software. ?Monitor bank activity for all accounts via on-line access for any suspicious or fraudulent activity. ?Monitor, review and verify monthly credit card charges and reconcile to bank accounts. ?Perform analysis of accounting records. ?Verify and post original entries to subsidiary and general ledger accounts; run and review trial balances. ?Detail processing for accounts receivable, and collection calls for outstanding payments. ?Maintain and control the issuance and receipt of purchase orders. ?Assist with month end closing procedures. ?Prepare audit work papers and perform analysis of accounts. ?Examine and prepare a variety of financial reports and documents. ?Perform related professional accounting work in support of accounting functions. ?Interpret and apply Federal, State, and local laws and regulations pertaining to accounting and auditing work. ?Apply accounting principles to the maintenance of financial and accounting transactions. ?Assume management responsibility of ticket centers including computerized ticketing systems, hard ticket sales. ?Direct, coordinate and oversee the activities of employees engaged in providing services in box office operations. ?Exercise direct supervision over all direct reports; communicate event information and duties to staff and assign event related tasks; inspect work product of staff to ensure that the highest levels of efficiency, accuracy and customer service are met. ?Work with the Director of Finance to develop and administer appropriate accounting procedures related to the handling of financial transactions in the box office. ?Reconcile ticket sales to cash receipts in accordance with established accounting procedures. ?Prepare various operational and financial reports regarding areas of financial responsibility
Ability to multitask, be organized, and focused on customer service.
Procedures, methods, applications and techniques of generally accepted accounting principles and procedures to a variety of accounting audits, transactions, and problems.
Principles and practices of financial auditing and inventory accounting methods.
Financial report preparation methods and techniques.
Principles of supervision and training.
Operate a computer to perform accounting functions.
Modern office procedures, methods and related computer equipment.
Proficient in Sage 100 software.
Proficient knowledge of Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint; training on industry specific software will be provided.
Able to perceive the needs of facility tenants.
Knowledge of operating procedures of a public assembly facility.
Terminology used in the convention, trade show, and entertainment industry.
Two years of professional accounting experience preferably including some supervisory experience and work in financial auditing.
A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in accounting, finance, or business administration or a closely related field. Additional years of experience may be substituted for formal education.
Ability to work a flexible schedule including nights, weekends, and holidays.
Communicate clearly and concisely in the English language, both orally and in writing.
Relevant federal, state and local regulations.
About Spectra/St Charles Convention Center
The award-winning Saint Charles Convention Center is the most elegant full-service convention venue in the Saint Louis Metro Area. Proudly managed by Spectra Venue Management since opening in 2005, the facility boasts 154,000 square feet of flexible space, accommodating a wide range of events from 10-3,000 attendees. An IAVM Venue Excellence Award Winner and one of St. Louis’ Top Workplaces, the venue is highly-rated by clients and staff.