The Accounting Manager's primary responsibility is to oversee the day-to-day operation of the accounts receivable and Property Insurance Coordination. Including reconciliation of monthly A/R reports and invoicing accounts on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis. Maintain and update the Grants Schedule of Expenditures and Federal Awards (SEFA). Responsible for grants related year-end general journal entries and accruals. Additionally, makes professional decisions and judgments in accordance with GAAP. Oversees banking activities including account setup, changes and correction request. Supervises the Medicaid Specialist and the Staff Accountant. Verification of postage reports from all postage meter sites.
The Chief Compliance Officer is responsible for maintaining the accuracy and integrity of the accounting records. Numerous reconciliation and verification processes are performed on a regular basis to accomplish the accuracy and integrity objectives.
The Chief Compliance Officer works with the State Examiners in their annual County review. Additionally the Chief Compliance Officer supervises the Staff Accountant and maintains the fixed asset records.
Mr. Marino earned a Masters and Bachelors
degree from Columbus State University. Earned Certification in Forensic Accounting from University of North Alabama.
The Chief Compliance Officer's primary responsibility oversees the day-to-day operation of the accounts payable and payroll. Additionally, makes professional decisions and judgments in accordance with GAAP; responsible for assigning account codes to expenditures by respective Baldwin County funds and line item; provides specific analysis of financial data; sales/use tax monthly distribution, state & federal payment & reporting, oversees county travel & reimbursement requisition & distributes local county cigarette & video taxes.
Mrs. Cutsinger is a graduate of University of Phoenix with a B.S. degree in Accounting. She earned her Certification in Forensic Accounting from University of North Alabama.