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Administrative Services


This field represents the nuts-and-bolts area of support operations in MDWFP. Employees in this field provide important logistical support for all the department's programs. This division enables employees in other areas to concentrate their efforts on their respective goals. In support services, you will find accountants, personnel specialists, fleet managers, secretaries, licensing and boat registration personnel, clerks, property officers, planners, computer specialists, purchasing agents and warehouse personnel.

Current Opportunities

  • Accountant/Auditor II
    Deadline to apply for this postion - Monday October 20, 2014

    This is primarily administrative work characterized by directing or assisting in the direction of accounting and/or auditing activities through all the various operating divisions of the agency or department; by obtaining fiscal information in the correct form; by directing or assisting in directing the disbursement of agency funds in accordance with approved policies and procedures; by acting as fiscal advisor to agency administrators; by representing the agency at various fiscal meetings with considerable authority to act for the agency carrying out important personnel responsibilities involved in directing small accounting divisions; or by combination of the aforementioned activities. Supervision is exercised over subordinate accountants or auditors, accounting clerks, and other clerical personnel. Work of incumbents is reviewed through reports to and conferences with administrative officials. Incumbents may function as the administrative head of fiscal activities within a small accounting division or as the assistant to the administrative head of a moderate-sized accounting division.

    EXPERIENCE/EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

    Education:

    A Master's Degree from an accredited four-Year college or university in accounting or business administration.

    OR

    Education:

    A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited four-Year college or university in accounting or business administration;

    AND

    Experience:

    One (1) Year of experience in accounting or auditing.

    Substitution Statement:

    Graduation from a standard four-Year high school or equivalent (GED or High School Equivalency Diploma), directly related education or directly related experience may be substituted on an equal basis.

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  • Accountant/Auditor III
    Deadline to apply for this postion - Wednesday October 22, 2014

    This is professional accounting work of a supervisory nature characterized by independent responsibilities for developing and modifying or assisting in developing and modifying departmentalized accounting systems. Work involves the application of professional accounting principles and techniques in the analysis of an institution's, department's, or agency's accounting functions to determine the legality and propriety of its fiscal activities and the effectiveness of its accounting system. Work is performed under general supervision but in accordance with fiscal policies and regulations of the institution, department, or agency where employed. Supervision is usually received from an administrative officer in a higher classification. The primary difference from an Accountant/Auditor II is the increased magnitude of the operation, together with the complexity and increased budget, size of the agency, and increased relationships. Incumbents in this classification may function as the administrative head of a moderate-sized accounting division or as the assistant to the administrative head of the fiscal division of a large state agency, department, or institution.
     

    EXPERIENCE/EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

    Education:

    A Master's Degree from an accredited four-Year college or university in accounting or business administration;

    AND

    Experience:

    Three (3) Years of experience in accounting or auditing;

    OR

    Education:

    A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited four-Year college or university in accounting or business administration;

    AND

    Experience:

    Four (4) Years of experience in accounting or auditing.

    Substitution Statement:

    Graduation from a standard four-Year high school degree or equivalent (GED or High School Equivalency Diploma), directly related education or directly related experience may be substituted on an equal basis. Licensed as a Certified Public Accountant by the MS State Board of Public Accountants may be substituted for two (2) Years of the required general or managerial experience. Certification by the Institute of Internal Auditors as a Certified Internal Auditor may be substituted for one (1) Year of the required general or managerial experience.

    Required Document:

    Applicant must attach a copy of his/her license as a Certified Public Accountant or certification as a Certified Internal Auditor, when applicable.

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  • Engineer in Training, Environ
    Deadline to apply for this postion - Monday October 20, 2014

    This is entry level environmental engineering work involving routine application of professional engineering principles in the implementation of federal, regional, and statewide programs for the control of environmental activities such as water pollution, air pollution, and waste management. The work affords some opportunity for use of independent judgment in planning work details and making minor technical decisions. The work involves some contact with federal, state, county, and municipal officials, consulting engineers, industrial officials, developers, water and sanitary system operators, and the general public. The work is performed under supervision.

    EXPERIENCE/EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS

    Education:
    A Bachelor's Degree in an engineering curriculum from a school or college approved by the Mississippi State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors as of satisfactory standing, preferably with courses in environmental engineering;

    OR

    Education:
    A Master's Degree in an engineering curriculum from a school or college wherein that same engineering curriculum at the undergraduate level is approved by the Mississippi State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors as of satisfactory standing, preferably with courses in environmental engineering;

    AND 

    A Bachelor's Degree in engineering, engineering technology, or related science curriculum of four (4) scholastic years from a school or college other than those approved by the Mississippi State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors, preferably with courses in environmental engineering.

    Special Requirement:

    Incumbent must possess a valid Driver's License from Mississippi or a contiguous state.

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