This entry level accounting position is responsible for the accounting and financial functions of assigned ambulatory surgery centers. Duties include oversight of daily accounting activity, monthly financial reporting, cash management, bank reconciliations, budget analysis and workpaper presentation. This position may also provide the opportunity to participate in various special projects and financial analysis.
Primary resource for center personnel regarding financial issues
Cash management and maintenance of proprietary cash management system for depository bank account
Manage inflow and outflow of cash for assigned surgery centers including facilitating the movement of funds to appropriate bank accounts.
Financial Statement Preparation including;
Create all general ledger journal entries necessary to generate financial statements
Prepare assigned center's cash flow statements and review for accuracy
Analyze end of month financial package received from centers and create appropriate general ledger entries including;
Analyze, understand and report to management any large variations identified in the financial package
Asset Management including;
Reconcile fixed asset cost and accumulated depreciation accounts to depreciation schedule
Review physical inventory counts and create appropriate general ledger entries
Research and understand any large variances in inventory levels
Income statement trend analysis and preparation of notes for review of center's financial reports with a member of management
Mid-month cash analysis to distribute available cash to partners monthly
Reconcile all bank accounts for assigned centers from the bank statements to the general ledger including;
Investigate and correct any differences identified through the reconciliation process
Identify process or control issues surrounding cash variances
Train center personnel on best practices when irregularities are identified
Monthly analysis of balance sheet accounts and reconcile if needed
Monthly analysis of recorded accounts receivable balances and reconcile if need
Payroll and Benefits Activity including;
Analyze and record center payroll and benefits
Research and understand variations in department totals or atypical per procedure variations
Facilitate or assist in payroll and benefit transitions
Legal agreement interpretation including;
Audit internal documentation regarding legal documents for assigned centers
Research and assist with specific center analysis
Monitor and implement change in regards to incorrect practices being performed at the center
Special projects as needed
Regular and reliable attendance required.
Successful candidate will pass a background check and drug screen.
Bachelor's degree in Accounting from an accredited college or university is required. Public accounting or industry experience is a plus but not required. Healthcare experience is also a plus, but not required.
Must be able to handle multiple, simultaneous tasks effectively and efficiently while maintaining a professional, courteous manner. Must be able to work well with others. Strong verbal and written communication skills required. Must be detail oriented and organized. High integrity, including maintenance of confidential information. Must be able to exercise good judgment. Based on business need, the ability to work a flexible schedule, including some evenings and weekends as approved in advance.
We are an equal opportunity employer.
We do not discriminate in practices or employment opportunities on the basis of an individual's race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability, or any other prohibited category set forth in federal or state regulations.
We will provide reasonable accommodation to complete the online application consistent with applicable law. If you require an accommodation, please contact Human Resources