Any and all employment opportunities at The Classic Center can be found below, along with application instructions.

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The Mission of The Classic Center
The Classic Center Authority shall enhance the quality of life in Athens-Clarke County by serving as the cultural, civic and social center of the Southeast and by generating maximum economic impact.
Brand Statement
"Through a thoughtfully planned and conveniently placed facility, located in a uniquely vibrant and charming cultural environment and proactive, creative approach to customer service, The Classic Center elevates the experience of events to exceed the expectations of our guests."

Core Values
Hospitality, Teamwork & Leadership

Employment Opportunities

  1. Purch. & Acct. Payable Coord.
  2. Manager on Duty
  3. Accounts Executive
  4. Levy Restaurants Server
  5. Levy Restaurants Dishwashers
  6. Housekeeping Shift Supervisor
  7. Event Coverage Guard

Purchasing & Accounts Payable Coordinator at The Classic Center

Department: Administration

FLSA Status: Exempt

General Description: This position will report directly to the Financial Manager. This position is primarily responsible for all purchasing activities and ensuring that all vendor payments are accurate and made on a timely basis.

Typical work routine includes, but not limited to:
  1. Become familiar and ensure purchasing policies and guidelines are upheld.
  2. Manages entire invoice process, receives all invoices from vendors, matches invoices to purchase orders and confirms all items have been received and properly invoiced.
  3. Prepare approved purchase orders for accounts payable processing. Ensure purchase order is approved by the responsible department head and filled out correctly and the appropriate source documents are scanned and attached.
  4. Prepare outstanding accounts payable record to strive to be current (within 30 days) each week to review with the Financial Manager prior to the cash flow meeting with the Executive Director.
  5. Prepare and process approved weekly checks for all vendors. File checks and appropriate source documentation.
  6. Become knowledgeable about and be able to execute ACH templates and transactions. Routinely send ACH notices to vendors to encourage receiving payments ACH.
  7. Be knowledgeable about the capitalization of assets and bring potential capitalizations to the Financial Manager.
  8. Review unpaid purchase orders on a monthly basis. Inquire with vendor or department head regarding invoices not-received.
  9. Manages vendor and internal inquiries as related to accounts payable issues. Establish and foster strong relationships with vendors. Ensure the vendor checklist is completed for each vendor prior to payment.
  10. Manages monthly purchase card and other credit card statement reconciliation and ensures proper backup information is submitted from appropriate employees. Bring all unusual expenses to the Financial Manager.
  11. Conduct monthly audits of Box Office, parking operations, trade show services and catering. Ensure policies and systems of checks and balances are being upheld. Guarantee accurate reports and present to Financial Manager for review.
  12. Prepare and process year-end 1099 statements.
  13. Assist with integration of various software systems into the accounting system to ensure accurate reporting, sufficient back up and limit human error of data entry.
  14. Assist the Financial Manager with monthly and yearly audit financial close.
  15. Uphold the values and culture and carry themselves in a professional manner at all times.
  16. All other duties as assigned.

  • College degree preferred
  • High competency level in use of Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word)
  • Advanced level QuickBooks Enterprise experience
  • Ability to take proactive approach to overcome challenges and achieve results

All interested applicants must submit a resume and cover letter to:
Brittany Clarke, HR/Business Manager
No phone calls, please