West Virginia Legislative Claims Commission
Nature of Work
This individual uses computer skills to maintain various accounting statements and to prepare reports needed by the Legislative Claims Commission and the Crime Victims Compensation Fund. This individual also manages numerous day-to-day responsibilities relating to the Legislative Claims Commission and the Crime Victims Compensation Fund.
Examples of Work
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Prepare for publication the Report of the Legislative Claims Commission every two (2) years
- Compile statistical data for legislative committees and other interested third parties
- Prepare for publication the Annual Report for the Commission
- Prepare Annual Report for the Crime Victims Compensation Fund
- Design and implement new forms in cooperation with the print shop
- Design and prepare for publication all brochures, charts, and maps
- Assist in proofreading
- Maintain office records, including lists of employees and victim advocates
- Track, record, and submit all Crime Victims Compensation Fund deposits and collections and enter the data into Crime Victims system
- Verify all vendors for payment from the Crime Victims Compensation Fund and add new vendors as needed
- Arrange accommodations for Commission hearings and other travel as needed
- Verify and track all travel and time vouchers for the Commission
- Track legislative bills pertaining to the Legislative Claims Commission and the Crime Victims Compensation Fund
- Attend conferences, seminars, and workshops
- Procure supplies and equipment for the office and staff, utilizing bidding process when needed
- Designate for surplus unused equipment per State requirements
- Advise staff on computer hardware and software issues
- Coordinate with IT regarding computer programs
- Work with IT regarding the maintenance of the website
- Additional duties as necessary
- Extensive personal computer skills including knowledge of spreadsheet and word processing software
- Ability to learn and utilize specialized databases
- Strong people skills required
- Background in statistics helpful
- Background in bookkeeping helpful
A college degree in business, accounting, public administration, operations management, or another comparable field is required.
Substitution: High school diploma with at least four (4) years' experience serving in a business manager, bookkeeping, or similar occupation.
Applicants should email cover letter, resume, and references to David.Stackpole@wvlegislature.gov
Joint Committee on Government & Finance - Public Information Office, State Capitol
The Public Information Office of the West Virginia Legislature is seeking an experienced Web Developer to join our team in Charleston. Working with the web development team, this position will develop, test, deploy and support applications and dynamic webpages for the users of the West Virginia Legislature’s website. The ideal candidate will have at least two years of relevant work experience and knowledge in programming, database development and design.
ADDITIONAL PREFERRED SKILLS: Audio/video live streaming, Wowza streaming server, responsive development, Adobe ColdFusion, Adobe Creative Suite (Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator), JQuery, JQuery-Mobile, ActionScript, Microsoft Server and XSLT.
Applicants should email cover letter and resume to Drew Ross, Public Information Office Director, at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by mail to Public Information Office, Room MB-27, Building 1, State Capitol Complex, Charleston, West Virginia 25305.