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Cash Control Technician


Come join the Oklahoma City Zoo and be a part of a dynamic and progressive Finance team! Oklahoma City is among the most economically healthy cities and living expenses remain favorable. Did you know Oklahoma is among the most biologically diverse states in the US? We’re currently seeking an individual to accurately prepare deposits, tills, service change needs as related to cash control and teller functions. This position provides accurate and timely revenue reports as well as auditing of register journals. Skill in utilizing MS Office and Counterpoint SQL preferred. Experience equivalent to three years full time work utilizing accounting principles and practices as related to cash control and teller functions, at least one year of which involved lead worker responsibilities. A strong teamwork ethic, strong communications skills, and proven enthusiasm for our profession and institutional goals are required.

This is your opportunity to be a part of distinguished and advancing organization in a remarkable area. The starting salary is $11.24 per hour with excellent benefits. Weekends and holidays expected. Please send resume with 3 references by November 4, 2013 to: Loretta Canon, Human Resources Department, Oklahoma City Zoological Park, 2101 N.E. 50th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73111 or FAX to: 405-425-0207 or email [email protected] (4:30 PM if faxed, emailed or hand-delivered). 

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