Austin, Texas, The Senior Accountant is responsible for the preparation of accounting transactions including cost allocation, revenue, fixed assets and prepaids. This position will participate in the month-end financial close process, creating journal entries, analyzing account activities, and preparing deliverables. The Senior Accountant is integral to monthly, quarterly and annual financial reporting requirements, working closely with the Controller to ensure all general ledger activity is accurate and timely recorded. This position is responsible for monitoring a high volume of transactions within various systems relating to inventory, cost management and overseeing projects involving multiple systems, data integrity, general ledger reporting, and optimization.
Essential Duties (at least 5 that are non-negotiable duties and are absolutely pertinent to successfully completing the job without accommodations):
Analyze data and prepare journal entries and account reconciliations for assigned accounts, including highly sensitive and complex areas.
Prepare detailed account variance analysis on a monthly and quarterly basis.
Assist with the setup, maintenance, and processing of cost allocations per procedures, including calculation and processing of overhead and direct billing allocations.
Maintain the daily EPIC EMR interface with Multiview, timely reconciling issues to ensure accurate financial records
Manage and direct accounting functions including fixed assets, prepaids, pharmacy drug allocations, daily EMR entries, and subsidiary reconciliation.
Manage the overall cash process, including daily deposit activity, bank reconciliations, and timely resolution of reconciling items, ensuring compliance with internal controls.
Assist in the preparation of monthly financial statements by reviewing general ledger account activity and balances, performing analytical processes to correct as necessary, preparing accurate and timely correcting journal entries in accordance with GAAP
Assist the Controller in ensuring accurate and timely monthly, quarterly, and year end reporting
Ensure the Carousel operating unit revenue and expenses are accurate at the location level and in line with budget
Work with payroll to ensure providers are paid according to contract provisions for productivity
Assist with the annual external audit, Medicare and Medicaid cost reports, Uniform Data System (UDS) report, IRS form 990, and other reports as needed
Assist the Controller and CFO as necessary with special project work.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Detail oriented with the ability to handle a large volume of work while meeting strict deadlines
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Experience with principles and processes involved in financial internal control.
Exceptional organizational and analytical skills
Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently
Ability to effectively handle multiple priorities and tasks in a fast-paced environment
Must be able to show initiative and be adaptable to change
Must be able to problem solve on a daily basis
People Management/Department Management/Business Unit Management:
Provide responsible, accurate, and professional customer service to all internal and external customers.
Develop and maintain a positive working relationship with clients, co-workers, outside agencies, and related entities.
Acts in accordance with CUC’s mission and values, while serving as a role model for ethical behavior
MINIMUM EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, or Business
PREFERRED EDUCATION: Master’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, or Business
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3 years of experience in corporate accounting and financial reporting at an organization of comparable complexity
PREFERRED EXPERIENCE: 5 years of experience in corporate accounting and financial reporting at an organization of comparable