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    • Health/401k

      Susquehanna Civil offers a comprehensive benefits program, which includes medical, dental, vision, company-paid disability and life insurance, and our generous 401(k) savings plan. We also offer a Health Savings Account (HSA), an elite employee assistance program.

    • Work/PTO

      We promote a healthy work/life balance by providing paid holidays, flextime, hybrid work environment, and paid time off. We are committed to your personal growth and professional development, so we offer tuition reimbursement and access to interactive training, professional licensing, and participation in professional organizations. Susquehanna Civil likes to have fun too with monthly company events and activities.

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    We asked our employees what is the top thing you love about working at Susquehanna Civil?

    Their answer The People

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    Susquehanna Civil is seeking a full-time experienced Accounting / Benefits Administrator to join our growing company and be an integral team member in our Corporate Administration Group.

     

    Susquehanna Civil is an engineering and environmental consulting firm that specializes in the transportation infrastructure industry. We have a successful record of accomplishment since our start in 2008 and continue to grow.

     

    This is an opportunity to join a company that offers a warm, small business environment, provides competitive benefits and flexibility, and has a supportive team environment. We know Susquehanna Civil employees are integral to our success and focus on providing conditions for you to expand your skills and be a thriving and valued team member.

     

    If this opportunity and environment align with your interests, please review the Job Description below and send your resume and cover letter in the quick apply menu above.  We look forward to connecting with you!

     

    Job Description

    Do you have transferrable experience for the Accounting / Benefits Administrator position, a positive attitude, and are looking to join a highly collaborative and people-focused company?

    The Accounting / Benefits Administrator is responsible for accounting/bookkeeping, payroll, and benefits administration.

    This position will report directly to the Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration, work collaboratively with the Corporate Administration Group, and closely with our controller.

     

    Typical Duties:

    Accounting / Bookkeeping:

    • Enters accounts payable invoices, assigns vendor numbers, and similar identifying data.
    • Enters vendor information into accounting software system; verifies that invoice information is entered correctly.
    • Issues payments to vendors as approved.
    • Processes routine weekly and monthly payments as approved, including employee expenses.
    • Answers vendor questions by researching accounts.
    • Assists with managing past-due accounts and reconciling statements and general ledger where applicable.
    • Assists the Controller with month-end closings.
    • Assists with year-end processing, annual financial review, and FAR audit.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.

    Payroll Administration:

    • Processes payroll and performs all associated tasks.
    • Process benefit elections, merit raises, salary changes, garnishments, COBRA and severance.
    • Generates monthly payroll reports for management.
    • Pay and benefits summary – Provides end of year pay and benefits summary, updates and documentation.

    Benefits Administration:

    • Administer employee benefits programs including group medical, dental, vision, group life insurance, etc.
    • Documentation compliance – Ensure accuracy of benefit enrollment and life status changes in documentation and relayed for eligibility accuracy.
    • Assist with annual open enrollment processes and provide process guidance.
    • Personnel leave – Helps guide staff and administers paperwork required for various leave conditions including FMLA, Disability, Worker Compensation, and Military Leave.
    • Employee File Management – Maintain employee files which ensures adequate and secure record retention for benefit information.
    • Employee Onboarding – Ensure information required at employee onboarding is accurately completed and filed.
    • Employee Offboarding – Ensure information required at employee offboarding is accurately completed and filed.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.

    Must-Haves:

    • Education: Bachelor’s degree in accounting (associate’s degree with additional relevant transferable experience and/or qualifications are encouraged to apply)
    • Minimum experience: 7 years

    Preferred Skills/Experience:

    • Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and financial data analysis. Understanding of government contracting and Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) experience is preferred.
    • Ability to use accounting software to record, store, and analyze financial data. Experience with Deltek Vision and/or Vantagepoint is preferred.
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite software, including Microsoft Excel, Teams, and SharePoint.
    • Knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures.
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
    • Willing to learn new processes and technology.
    • Process improvement oriented.
    • Ability to work both independently and in a team setting.
    • Detail-oriented and organized with attention to quality.
    • Professional and highly committed to the confidentiality needs of this position.
    • Responsibilities require the use of tact, discretion, and judgment.

    Additional Information:

    The compensation rate for this full-time position will be based on individual education, qualifications, and experience.

    Summary:

    The Right-of-Way Designer 2 is responsible for preparing right-of-way plans for PennDOT and PA Turnpike projects, ranging from small bridge replacements to highway interchanges. They will work collaboratively with other Designers, Technicians, Professional Engineers, and Professional Land Surveyors and will be given the responsibility to perform first review of plans for mark-up, collaborate with others on various projects.

    Must-Haves: Skills, Transferrable Experience, & Certifications:

    • Education: High School Diploma
    • Professional License: None (Driver’s License Required)
    • Minimum experience: 3 years

    Typical Duties:

    • Partner with Designers to develop right-of-way plan sets for less to moderately complex projects, in addition to assisting with projects of greater complexity.
    • Conducts self-review of work based upon internal and external standards, policies, and procedures and submits for first formal round review resulting in only minor comments.
    •  Occasionally perform first formal review of less complex plans prepared by staff members and provide markups to be addressed with minor comments upon additional review.
    • Verify the reference files are current version and proactively communicate findings to supervisor that may impact the project.
    • Verify current ownership of properties on County Public Access Site. 
    • Research existing easement documentation for utilities, private access’, cell towers, etc. On affected properties.
    • Collaborates with internal project delivery teams to ask clarifying questions and effectively develop solutions.

    Preferred Skills/Experience:

    • Strong time management and organization skills to work within multiple projects of various complexities under tight deadlines.
    • General knowledge and experience with PennDOT and PA Turnpike highway and bridge design project standards.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of Bentley products including MicroStation, Inroads, Open Roads, and ProjectWise.
    • Strong problem-solving and abstract reasoning skills to solve complex problems. 
    • Ability to communicate and collaborate with various groups and people while exemplifying high levels of customer service and professionalism.
    • Ability to demonstrate core values of dedication, integrity, responsibility, and care while working in a hybrid setting – maintaining accountability and self-management.
    • Strong attention to detail, analytical, and research skills.
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office. 

    Additional Information:

    Offered rate of compensation for this full-time position will be based on individual education, qualifications, experience, and work location. This role operates in a professional working environment and requires 0-5% travel.
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    Susquehanna Civil is an equal-opportunity employer that supports diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, sex, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, or biological sex, veteran status, political views or activity, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state, or local laws. Susquehanna Civil makes hiring decisions based upon qualifications, merit, and business needs and also supports providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities or disabled veterans in our job application procedures.