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Georgia Building Authority - GBA

Under general supervision, according to Georgia Building Authority (GBA) established policies and standards, and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), the Revenue Accountant is responsible for revenue and accounts receivable accounting for GBA. Attend training as required. The Revenue Accountant also performs other job-related duties as assigned.


  • Responsible for revenue accounting for GBA, involving performing or oversight of billing and payment collections for a variety of GBA activities, including state and commercial leases, supplemental agreements, reimbursable work orders, other license agreements, capital project contributions from others, parking revenues, and other revenues
  • Monitor accounts receivable accounting sub-system and other systems used for billing purposes (e.g. Maximo); analyze and reconcile accounts receivable data and transactions; Initiate contact with vendors, state agencies, or with other GBA units regarding accounts receivable invoices and develops a solution for accounts receivable discrepancies
  • Prepares, reviews, or submits agency or other billings on periodic schedules from source documentation such as lease agreements, reimbursable work order reports in Maximo.  Prepares or Reviews credit memos, billing statements and analyses as required.  Calculates unbilled receivables balances and updates general ledger monthly
  • Monitors and tracks capital project work orders monthly to determine billing needs or capital reserve adjustments needed each month 
  • Responsible for maintaining and ensuring accuracy of customer contact information in accounting system, includes adding customers or updating customer information
  • Review monthly accounts receivable aged balance report for aged invoices and initiates appropriate corrective action
  • Review financial transactions, analyze and reconcile accounts receivable records, and prepare standard accounts receivable reports
  • Provide support to CFO, auditor, and GBA facility staff
  • Serve as liaison in responding to accounts receivable inquiries for solution of routine billing problems or for information or interpretation from third parties such as vendors, governmental entities, auditors, outside entities, etc.
  • Apply applicable state fiscal guidelines, and agency fiscal policies, in recording financial activity in accounting systems
  • Maintain accounts receivable records in accordance with State of Georgia statewide retention schedules
  • Identify and correct procedural problems revealed in reviews and audits
  • Oversee or participate in the compilation of data and prepares standard accounts receivable reports


Master's degree in accounting from an accredited college or university AND Two years of professional accounting experience OR Bachelor's degree in accounting from an accredited college or university AND Three years of professional accounting experience OR Bachelor's degree in a business curriculum which included completion of introductory and intermediate accounting sequence from an accredited college or university AND Four years of professional accounting experience. Note: Some positions may require certifications.

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