The Controller is primarily responsible for financial statements and fiscal reports of various programs and entities. This position will assist the Senior Controller in the preparation and coordination of formal budget and forecasting program. This position will work closely with senior staff to implement and maintain a responsible accounting reporting system. This position will work directly with independent auditors in preparing audit schedules and initiate internal audit functions. The position will work in a dual capacity role with another Controller to ensure that all area of accounting function needs and objective are being met.
Manage staff and department to ensure daily, monthly accounting operation goals are met
Prepares cost reimbursement and fee for service program invoices.
Prepares monthly financial statements for senior staff and Board review.
Oversees and instructs accounts payable support staff.
Oversees and instructs accounts receivable support staff.
Prepares budgets working alongside of senior program staff.
Manages cash and ensures adequate controls.
Reconciles/reviews bank statements.
Performs analysis on budget vs. actual variances and provides program staff with recommendations on program spending.
Allocates program expenses over multiple cost centers.
Oversees maintenance of account files, ensuring accuracy and completeness.
Composes form letters and correspondence used in accounts receivable activities.
Researches and reconciles individual accounts. Summarizes findings in reports.
Perform quality control procedures and internal audit functions.
Assists program staff in strategic planning exercises.
Prepares audit schedules. Works closely with auditors as they complete annual audit and tax work. Review audits and tax returns.
Proficiency with electronic data reporting and retrieval, electronic mail, and web-based applications.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications.
Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.
Strong problem solving.
Demonstrate ability to work independently and to organize and prioritize work.
Working knowledge of government contracts and reimbursement policies and procedures.
Must possess technical and professional accounting skills.
Strong supervisory skills.
Public Health Management Corporation