Posting Date:  01/12/2022
Job Title:  Fiscal Analyst 2
Salary:  $3,446.00 – $4,509.00 Monthly
Entity:  Washington State Arts Commission
Closing Date:  1/30/2022 11:59 PM Pacific


This position is assigned to our Olympia location; however, most positions are currently teleworking daily due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Application review will begin after the first week of posting. The hiring manager reserves the right to make a hiring decision at any time. It will be in your best interest to apply as soon as possible.

Who we are:
The mission of the Washington State Arts Commission, also known as ArtsWA, is to be a catalyst for the arts, advancing the role of the arts in the lives of individuals and communities throughout the state. We have a particular interest in serving diverse populations and increasing equity and access in the arts. Interested candidates are encouraged to visit our website to gain insight into the agency’s mission and strategic plan.

What you will be doing:
In this position, you will provide fiscal, budget, financial business and administrative support primarily to the Deputy Director, and to other programs or individuals as assigned. You will perform technical work, some administrative tasks, and occasionally support other program staff as needs or special projects arise. You will report to and will be supervised by the Deputy Director, who prioritizes the position’s work assignments.

Who we are looking for:
The work you will do requires strong attention to details and the ability to manage multiple overlapping projects and deadlines. You must understand the importance of adhering to deadlines. You must appreciate the importance of relationship building as you will be interacting with a diversity of constituents, partners and stakeholders across the state.

Why YOU would be interested in this position:
Your work will help provide information and support for agency activities focused on the arts, cultural and creative economy sectors of Washington State.

Because we are a small agency, you will have opportunities to develop, grow, and become deeply involved in ArtsWA’s mission and vision. We work hard and enjoy what we do, while maintaining pride in our work. We are busy year-round. If this position fits your experience and you would like a job with a variety of duties and projects to hone your skills, we encourage you to apply.

Primary Duties

Receive and analyze documentation to determine amounts owed to or by the agency

Contact vendors or customers to explain and resolve issues and resolves

Create invoices and the supporting documentation needed to bill other agencies

Coordinate the creation of receivables with DES SAFS

Fiscal monitoring of agency contract budgets in conjunction with Deputy Director and Arts Program Managers

Assist contractors and ArtsWA Contract Managers to resolve budget and billing issues

Support fiscal year and biennial close activities

Collect and distribute hourly staff timesheets and CTR reports to SAFS

Coordinate year-end process related to agency payables and receivables, including communicate deadlines to staff and contractors


A Bachelor’s degree in a Finance related field (this MUST include 18 quarter or 12 semester hours in accounting, auditing or budgeting);

One (1) year of relevant professional experience
Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Excel, Word, and Outlook

Any combination of education and relevant professional experience totaling five (5) years.
Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Excel, Word, and Outlook

**NOTE: Education MUST include 18 quarter or 12 semester hours in accounting, auditing or budgeting

Contact Information

For questions about this recruitment or to request a reasonable accommodation in the application process, contact Angie Anderson at (360) 407-8446 or email

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