Position Title:Central Cashier
Reports To:Revenue Accountant
Manage the daily deposits, change and revenue supplies that reside within the cashier vault. Be available at all times during your shift for change orders and revenue related issues. Assist in preparing non-financial reports and journal entries.
Essential Duties/ Responsibilities:
Provide change for all locations on mountain, including commercial tenants.
Receive and log bank bags with cash and credit card receipts.
Balance cash and credit card receipts. Prepare bank deposit for security transport.
Count cash received per operator from each department and balance to department cash count sheet.
Audit cash cage vault and prepare change orders. Other safe audits may be necessary during the season.
Prepare Non-financial reports and journal entries daily; including but not limited to the skier count, snow report, room nights and estimated daily payroll report.
Communicate errors and findings to the revenue auditor to help research over/short discrepancies.
Occasionally, be the support for operators that have close out issues. This requires a simple understanding of how close out reports are generated in the point of sale.
Other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Basic knowledge of accounting principles and computer skills. Solid cash counting skills. Proficient use of Excel and 10 Key ability. Alertness, precision, ingenuity, concentration, and patience are necessary. Basic oral and written communication skills are required for inter-company communications.
Experience: At least 3 months experience in bookkeeping and cash counting preferred.
Material and Equipment Directly Used:
Cash, credit card slips, checks, computers, safes and simple office equipment.
Working Environment/ Physical Activities:
This position is on the mountain and requires reliable transportation in snow conditions.
90% of the work day is spent indoors, in an enclosed and secure office environment. 10% of the workday is spent sitting, 80% is spent standing and 10% is spent walking. Occasionally lifting and carrying objects weighing up to 30 pounds. Occasionally visiting revenue locations on the mountain when needed. Frequently engage in ordinary conversation. Constant use of near acuity, fingering and handling, in counting money. Constant use of depth perception, color and field of vision. Occasional exposure to electrical hazards, odors and poor ventilation.Apply Now