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NABA Austin / Central Texas Area Jobs

  • Irving, Texas, Description Summary: Prepares income and balance sheet statements, consolidated statements, and various other accounting statements and reports. Analyzes financial reports and records, making recommendations relative to the accounting of reserves, assets, and expenditures. Reviews and verifies the accuracy of journal entries and accounting classifications assigned to various records. Conducts special studies and develops or recommends accounting methods and procedures. Instructs or assigns work to bookkeepers and accounting clerks engaged in general accounting activities. Coordinates accounting matters with other departments, locations and divisions. Assists in coordinating the functions in accounting, accounts payable, payroll and cash receipts. Prepares financial reports and coordinators the various activities within accounting. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree Work Type: Full Time EEO is the law - click below for more information:  https://www.eeoc.gov/sites/default/files/2023-06/22-088_EEOC_KnowYourRights6.12ScreenRdr.pdf We endeavor to make this site accessible to any and all users. If you would like to contact us regarding the accessibility of our website or need assistance completing the application process, please contact us at (844) 257-6925.
  • Irving, Texas, Description Summary: Prepares income and balance sheet statements, consolidated statements, and various other accounting statements and reports. Analyzes financial reports and records, making recommendations relative to the accounting of reserves, assets, and expenditures. Reviews and verifies the accuracy of journal entries and accounting classifications assigned to various records. Conducts special studies and develops or recommends accounting methods and procedures. Instructs or assigns work to bookkeepers and accounting clerks engaged in general accounting activities. Coordinates accounting matters with other departments, locations and divisions. Responsibilities: Assists in coordinating the functions in accounting, accounts payable, payroll and cash receipts. Prepares financial reports and coordinators the various activities within accounting. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree Work Type: Full Time EEO is the law - click below for more information:  https://www.eeoc.gov/sites/default/files/2023-06/22-088_EEOC_KnowYourRights6.12ScreenRdr.pdf We endeavor to make this site accessible to any and all users. If you would like to contact us regarding the accessibility of our website or need assistance completing the application process, please contact us at (844) 257-6925.
  • Irving, Texas, Description Summary: The Accountant II is responsible for preparing general ledger month-end journal entries relevant to their assigned functional accounting team in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. Functional Accounting Teams are as follows: Cash Accounting Fixed Assets Accounting Corporate Accounting Payroll Accounting Investments and Foundation Accounting Prepaid Asset, Deferred Revenue, and Notes Payable Accounting Inventory and Supplies Accounting Physician Guarantees and Physician Fees Accounting Purchased Services and Non-Patient Accounts Receivable Accounting Joint Venture Accounting Intercompany Accounting, Allocations, and Eliminations Lease Accounting Technical Accounting Health Plan Accounting This position requires an understanding of United States Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (US GAAP). The Accountant II should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the purpose of the journal entries they are recording to the general ledger, evaluate the appropriateness of the entry (including the GL accounts used and the financial statement line item classification), and explain the impact to the financial statements. They are responsible for ensuring appropriate and relevant supporting documentation is attached to the journal entry. The Accountant II is responsible for evaluating the source of the information for their journal entries and asking appropriate followup questions to ensure documentation is appropriate. In some cases, appropriate support will include developing estimates of the current month activity based on financial analysis of historical data. The Accountant II is expected to develop an understanding of healthcare specific accounting issues relevant to the assigned functional accounting area. Previous healthcare experience is preferred but not required. The Accountant II is responsible for analyzing and providing variance explanations (from budget and trend) related to assigned areas to the accounting leads and managers for month-end review. The Accountant II is expected to seek out learning opportunities and be open to constructive feedback to improve overall performance and expand their knowledge of US GAAP. The Accountant II is responsible for completion of monthly balance sheet account reconciliations related to the assigned functional accounting area. The Accountant II is responsible for assisting the accounting lead and manager with information requests from other teams across the System (both at the corporate office and at our facilities), as needed. The Accountant II is responsible for other projects, as assigned, which may include but are not limited to: research of GL transactions to understand the impact to the GL, process improvement projects, and assistance for the year-end external audit. The position requires excellent written and verbal communication skills.  Responsibilities: Prepare month-end journal entries in accordance with US GAAP, with complete and accurate supporting documentation Perform variance analysis on assigned accounts to both budget and trend and provide explanations to their Lead and Manager for month-end review of financial statements. Prepare month-end balance sheet reconciliations Assist accounting lead and manager with information requests from other teams across the System (both at the corporate office and at our facilities) as needed. Requirements Bachelor's Degree, Accounting preferred Minimum of 2 years of accounting experience. General Ledger accounting and Healthcare accounting experience preferred. CPA license not required; candidates seeking CPA license preferred; some assistance available for those seeking licensing. Work Type: Full Time EEO is the law - click below for more information:  https://www.eeoc.gov/sites/default/files/2023-06/22-088_EEOC_KnowYourRights6.12ScreenRdr.pdf We endeavor to make this site accessible to any and all users. If you would like to contact us regarding the accessibility of our website or need assistance completing the application process, please contact us at (844) 257-6925.
  • Irving, Texas, Description Summary: The Program Manager is primarily responsible for consulting system-wide on compensation-related tax issues, including payroll (W-2) and independent contractor (1099) matters. The payroll department is responsible for payroll tax reporting/compliance, and the Accounts Payable department is responsible for 1099 reporting/compliance. This role will be responsible for resolving issues and answering questions raised by these teams. The Program Manager's secondary responsibility is to coordinate the system-wide compliance of the partnership tax reporting function for CHRISTUS Health. The 3rd party consultants handle partnership tax compliance, but the Program Manager will be responsible for oversight from a central office perspective. Responsibilities: Meets expectations of the applicable OneCHRISTUS Competencies: Leader of Self, Leader of Others, or Leader of Leaders. Meet regularly with HR Payroll contacts and consult as needed on payroll tax related issues. Meet regularly with A/P contacts and consult as needed on independent contractor (1099) tax related issues. Serve as the primary contact, system-wide, on all compensation related tax issues and questions. Work with CHRISTUS central office accounting teams, other internal stakeholders, and outside consultants to standardize and streamline partnership tax compliance, and to ensure that all necessary compliance has been completed. Review partnership tax compliance filings to ensure consistency on a system-wide basis, with the goal of reviewing these filings for accuracy and completeness as more expertise is gained. Assist in advising/training others within CHRISTUS on compensation-related tax issues, as necessary. Ability to engage peers and other appropriate individuals in gathering required information, consulting on the compensation function, and in coordinating the partnership tax function. Must be self-motivated, capable of taking initiative, successfully handle and prioritize multiple competing priorities, and effectively manage deadlines. Other duties as assigned by the System Director of Tax or the Tax Manager. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or Business-related field is required. Ability to analyze, research, and interpret compensation-related tax issues, document, and communicate findings. Strong communication skills with internal and external customer base. Compensation-related tax (W-2 and 1099) experience required. Prior experience in a CPA firm environment or similar, in a tax role, is preferred. Work experience demonstrating knowledge of general policies and procedures followed in an accounting/tax department. Experience with advanced Excel spreadsheet tools preferred. Experience with INFOR accounting software systems is a plus. Certified Public Accountant – CPA is preferred Work Type: Full Time EEO is the law - click below for more information:  https://www.eeoc.gov/sites/default/files/2023-06/22-088_EEOC_KnowYourRights6.12ScreenRdr.pdf We endeavor to make this site accessible to any and all users. If you would like to contact us regarding the accessibility of our website or need assistance completing the application process, please contact us at (844) 257-6925.
  • Texas, Texas, Applies generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) to analyze financial information, reconcile financial statements, prepare general and standard journal entries, assist in budget development, and prepare standard accounting and financial reports for management. JOB DESCRIPTION Compiles and analyzes financial information in preparation for entry into various financial statements and accounting reports, and makes appropriate journal entries for recording in the general ledger by checking calculations, reviewing basis for figures, and balancing and reconciling figures.   Reviews budget, revenue, expense, payroll entries, invoices, and other accounting documents and researches and resolves discrepancies as necessary. Performs bank reconciliations and wire transfers for deposit, makes mortgage payments and distributions, and ensures accuracy.   Maintains and coordinates accounting control procedures by analyzing revenue and expenditure trends and recommending appropriate budget levels to ensure expenditure control.  Analyzes and reviews accounting and financial resources for property acquisitions, dispositions, and closings and budgets and expenditures for local, state, federal, private funding, contracts, grants, and other corporate financial and accounting transactions.  Acts as liaison to internal and external auditors by explaining journal entries and financial transactions, providing research data and information as requested, and answering questions necessary to complete the audit in a timely manner.  Communicates with on-site and other property managers to assist in completing pre-close and close activities, answer questions, provide support, and ensure timely completion of accounting processes for on-time client and Company reporting.  Completes various financial, accounting, administrative, and other reports and analysis, and performs other duties as assigned or as necessary. #LI-TR1 Compensation is based on geographic location and individual pay decisions will vary based on demonstrated job related skills, knowledge, experience, education, certifications, etc. Corporate Positions: In addition to the base salary, may be eligible for an annual performance bonus that is based on individual and company performance. Onsite Property Positions: In addition to the base salary, may be eligible for a discretionary weekly, monthly and/or quarterly bonus based on budget. Greystar seeks to attract, recruit, advance and retain top talent. Greystar's compensation strategy is tailored to appropriately reward the skillset and experience that a team member will bring to the organization. Robust Benefits Offered for Full-time Team Members: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life 401(k) with Company Match (eligibility required)  Short-term & Long-term Disability Critical Illness/Accident/Hospital Indemnity Plans Employee Assistance Program Generous Paid Time Off: Time off benefits include vacation, holidays, personal days, and sick time and parental leave For Union and Prevailing Wage roles compensation and benefits may vary from the listed information above due to Collective Bargaining Agreements and/or local governing authority. Greystar will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.