The position responsibilities include, but are not limited to, general ledger accountability, financial reporting and analysis as well as other projects as assigned. Directly supervises the Staff Accountant and Finance Assistant. The position will work under the administrative direction of and report directly to the Controller.
- Responsible for the day to day general ledger accounting and reconciliation.
- Maintains and balances subsidiary ledger accounts by verifying, allocating and reconciling transactions; resolving discrepancies.
- Revenue management and related journal entries and reconciliations.
- Prepare bank reconciliations.
- Prepare, manage and reconcile balance sheet analysis schedules.
- Partner with supervisor and leadership in budget preparation.
- Budget preparation and ongoing analysis.
- Analyze data to ensure proper accounting procedures have been followed.
- Review general ledger coding of AP transactions, expense reports, purchasing card rec, etc.
- Demonstrates appropriate understanding/working knowledge of accounting principles and internal controls and apply them.
- Regulatory reporting projects
- Working knowledge of online payroll systems.
- Working knowledge of an accounting software system.
- Performs other such duties as required and/or assigned by the Controller and/or Chief Executive Officer.
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting required
Experience: 2-4 years of experience
- This position requires compliance with Health Center’s written standards, including its Standards of Conduct and policies and procedures (“Written Standards”). Such compliance will be an element considered as part of the employee’s regular performance evaluation.
- Failure to comply with Health Center’s Written Standards, which may include the failure to report any conduct or event that potentially violates legal or compliance requirements or Health Center’s Written Standards, will be met by the enforcement of disciplinary action, up to and including possible termination, in accordance with Health Center’s Compliance Program Policy and Procedure: Addressing Instances of Non-Compliance Through Appropriate Disciplinary Actions.
External and internal applicants, as well as position incumbents who become disabled, must be able to perform the essential job specific functions (listed within each job specific responsibility) either unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation to be determined by the organization on a case-by-case basis.