Woodsboro Bank has an immediate opening for an Accountant. The successful candidate will perform various duties to support the Bank’s accounting, financial reporting, and control functions. The Accountant will review and maintain the Bank’s accounting record, assist the CFO with maintaining the general ledger accounts to meet the reporting requirements, review records of accounts and input entries into proper accounts, complete daily posting activities and reports, perform reconciliations, and maintain various budgets, accounts and reports.
In addition, the successful candidate will maintain an appropriate working knowledge of various areas necessary to perform the function of the job, such as current banking laws and regulations; and Bank policies and procedures, especially as to their impact on accounting standards.
• Requires a minimum of 2 years’ related experience • A B.S. or B.A. degree in Accounting or related field of study normally required • Specialized bank finance/accounting education and training
Woodsboro Bank is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
About Woodsboro Bank
Woodsboro Bank was established in 1899 in response to the growing agricultural, commercial and residential needs of the community. We’re headquartered in a handsome three-story, pressed red brick Italianate structure at 5 North Main Street in Woodsboro, that was specifically constructed for the bank in 1901.
Today, Woodsboro Bank operates from eight offices located throughout Frederick County, including the bank’s Commercial Lending Office located on Carroll Creek Way in downtown Frederick. We offer not only convenient locations to serve our customers; we have a compliment of electronic products and delivery methods. Along with convenience, we place a great deal of importance on providing quality service to our customers.
Woodsboro Bank’s mission of serving Frederick County is not limited to financial matters. Each year the bank supports a wide variety of philanthropic, cultural, and charitable organizations for the betterment of the community.
The financial institution remains a strong, independent community bank that is dedicated to offering quality financial products with true personal service.