State of Washington Class Specification
Receives and disburses funds; records monetary transactions; verifies daily records of receipts, consolidates cash receipts and deposits, maintains control records of receipts and disbursements; transfers funds; prepares and inputs data to computer.
Under general supervision, uses established guidelines and exercises independent judgment in the performance of assigned tasks such as receiving and disbursing funds, preparing receipts, making adjustments to funds, maintaining records, and preparing bank deposits.
Verifies, consolidates, and balances cash receipts; makes and maintains reports; prepares daily bank deposits;
Maintains records of internal cash flow;
Verifies and disburses petty cash fund(s) or cash drawer(s);
Makes cash and accounting adjustments;
Computes fees and prepares computer input documents, or operates terminals as required in cashiering function;
Receives deposits from other departments or cashier offices for preparation of total bank deposits;
Performs the duties of Cashier 1;
Assists with collection of bad checks;
Performs related duties as required.
Knowledge and Abilities
Knowledge of: Cashiering and bookkeeping procedures involving receipt of funds, adjusting and transferring funds, and recording transactions.
Ability to: Receive cash, checks and/or credit card payments; make change and issue computerized or manual receipts; maintain records of funds received, distributed, and transferred; balance records; maintain and enforce security procedures to ensure safety of funds; compute fees.
There may be instances where individual positions must have additional licenses or certification. It is the employer’s responsibility to ensure the appropriate licenses/certifications are obtained for each position.
High school graduation or equivalent
Eighteen months of fiscally-related work such as bank teller or retail salesclerk
Class Specification History
New Class: 1-03-73
Revise Class: 5-1-82
Revise Class: 6-8-90
General revision. Revises title (formerly Cashier II), class code (formerly 3071), typical work, minimum qualifications; adds knowledge and abilities; effective July 1, 2007.