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  • Houston, Texas, Are you a detail-oriented, inquisitive individual who enjoys coming up with solutions to client issues related to commodity transacting? We are in the process of expanding Deloitte's Energy Trading and Markets practice. We are seeking professionals who want to build off their existing audit knowledge or accounting experience within the commodity trading and marketing industry and use such knowledge on exciting advisory projects that add great value to our clients. Whether it is accounting for complex structured commodity transactions, hedge accounting implementation, derivative valuation, mid- and back-office support or internal controls design, implementation and rationalization, our practice will help you expand your experience base to further develop your career through working with some of the world's largest and most sophisticated commodity trading companies. At Deloitte, we provide services using an approach designed to provide the flexibility to serve the unique circumstances and complexities of our clients. Work you'll do As an Energy Trading and Markets Senior, you will interact with clients directly while collaborating with a diverse group of talented professionals and utilizing cutting-edge tools and technology to find solutions for our clients' challenges. Other responsibilities will include: Provide excellent timely client service, deliver high quality work, and strengthen client relationships Assist teams in providing technical accounting advice in areas such as: Accounting for complex structured commodity transactions including application of derivatives, revenue recognition, leasing, consolidation, and business combination accounting guidance Implementation and monitoring of hedge accounting programs Normal purchase normal sale policy formulation and back-testing Derivative contracts valuation including related valuation reserve calculations Support client in monthly, quarterly, and annual middle-office and back-office close processes Be part of a team that assists clients with thinking through digital transformation, such as automation and analytics related to commodity transacting activities Assist clients with commodity transacting related internal controls matters, including design, implementation, testing and remediation Be part of a team that assists clients in assessing impact of market trends on commodity risk management strategies, accounting policies and valuation methodologies Support growth efforts through pursuits, market research and maintaining a network of peers. The team Our team culture is collaborative and encourages team members to take initiative and seek on-the-job learning opportunities. Our audit professionals are committed to excellence and to enhancing the trust of the investing public and capital markets. Quality is our top priority, and by focusing on innovation, we continue to raise the bar on quality and deliver greater value to our clients. Learn more about Deloitte Audit. Qualifications Required 3+ years of public accounting or equivalent experience including energy or commodity trading/marketing industry experience Bachelor's degree in accounting or related field Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Preferred Up-to-date technical knowledge of US GAAP accounting standards Ability to perform research into, and a desire to expand your technical accounting expertise Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Suite especially Excel Ability to think creatively, problem solve and work independently Detail orientated and a high level of pride in your work Proven ability working in a fast-paced, team environment Effective interpersonal and communication skills Solid written communication skills Good presentation skills and an ability to explain accounting issues clearly and succinctly Knowledge of IFRS or other international accounting standards an advantage Prior experience around SOX and internal controls Ability to work efficiently and effectively in a virtual environment Limited immigration sponsorship may be available How you'll grow At Deloitte, we believe in professional development and helping our people grow. We offer learning opportunities to help you sharpen your skills in addition to hands-on experience in the global, fast-changing business world. We support the development of leadership and technical skills through leading-edge learning development solutions such as our Welcome to Deloitte on-boarding program, career milestone learning programs, and Audit technical training. Deloitte University, our 107-acre, $300M center, demonstrates our commitment to development by delivering an interactive, immersive learning environment that offers a physical campus in a virtual world. Welcoming more than 50,000 learners annually from 81 countries, we're considered one of the leading private companies for growing leadership skills. Explore Deloitte University, The Leadership Center.
  • San Antonio, Texas, Description Summary: Responsibilities include account reconciliation and analysis, journal entry and financial statement preparation, budget variation analysis and assistance with special projects, budget preparation and annual audits. Must have a strong knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and health care industry accounting practices, and apply those standards to CCVI â�" The Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word congregation. Individual must continually evaluate existing policies and procedures and recommend changes as environment changes to ensure optimum internal control. Individual must maintain a professional mannerism and appearance, effectively deal with internal users of financial information, work independently with little supervision and be flexible to work irregular hours. Analyzes and prepares timely and accurate financial statements and statistical reports on a monthly basis as assigned by the Accounting Manager. Performs monthly account reconciliation as assigned by Accounting Manager. Resolves any differences and prepares necessary journal entries. Performs monthly variation analysis on assigned accounts and departments. Make timely corrections as necessary. Assists department heads with questions related to monthly expense reports. Make timely corrections as necessary. Assists in automation of accounting functions in order to more efficiently complete required tasks. Assists in developing and documenting accounting policies and procedures to ensure optimum internal control. Applies generally accepted accounting principles, industry accounting practices and analytical and problem-solving techniques to daily situations as they arise with minimal supervision. Assists in special projects, budget preparation and annual audit as necessary. Upholds professional standards and commitment expected by Finance Division. Demonstrates competence to perform assigned responsibilities in a manner that meets the age-specific and developmental needs of the members served by the department. Appropriately adapts assigned assessments, treatment, and/or service methods to accommodate the unique physical, psychosocial, cultural, age-specific and other developmental needs of each member served. Takes personal responsibility to ensure compliance with all policies, procedures and standards as promulgated by state and federal agencies, the hospital, and other regulatory entities. Performs all duties in a manner that protects the confidentiality of patients and does not solicit or disclose any confidential information unless it is necessary in the performance of assigned job duties. Demonstrates adherence to the CORE values of Santa Rosa Health Care. Performs other duties as assigned.  Requirements: Bachelorâ�™s degree with emphasis in Accounting or Business Administration required; Masterâ�™s degree strongly preferred Bilingual Spanish/English strongly preferred Knowledge of GAAP and other applicable regulatory rules, regulations and requirements Experience with CYMA Not-for-profit Accounting Software or other general ledger systems Nonprofit and/or investment accounting experience is a plus Above average computer literacy, e.g. EXCEL, WORD Excellent written and verbal communication skills Excellent organizational and planning skills with demonstrated teamwork skills Experience required in a deadline-oriented, multi-task environment Proven ability to interact with all levels of management and other Associates Work Type:  Full Time
  • Irving, Texas, Description Summary: Under the direction of the Accounting Manager this position is responsible for accurate and timely preparation and review of fixed assets capital spend. This position is heavily involved in monthly/quarterly close processes, year end audit preparation, budget preparation, tax schedule preparation, and leads assigned projects. As a member of the Fixed Assets team, this role is expected to lead efforts in improving processes for preparation of asset registers and related reports/schedules, ensuring reporting accuracy and building relationships in the organization that achieve these goals. This position reports directly to the Accounting Manager, with responsibility for accounting for capital spend for multiple regions in which direct supervision of daily work activities of a staff or senior accountant and/or accounting assistants is required. The individual has responsibility for the assignment of work and review of work of designated staff for a specific financial reporting area. The position is at the Corporate Support Level in the Accounting department with specifically assigned system duties when required. An expectation is to function at a high level of Accounting knowledge coupled with ability to direct others and give feedback on a daily basis as to work product. Overall performance evaluation is not the direct responsibility of this position; however, the expectation is for specific and documented feedback on the work of Associates assigned to the Financial Accountant-Lead to be incorporated into performance evaluations of those Associates. The position requires demonstrated ability to plan projects, develop and adhere to timelines, multi-task on various work flows, develop work processes meeting internal control guidelines, interpret Accounting guidance to direct work of others, and maintain skills and work to produce accurate and timely financial reports. Provide guidance to other team members regarding complex accounting and reporting transactions. Perform independent research to guarantee the proper treatment of financial transactions and ensuring compliance with GAAP. Drive improvements by identifying opportunities for improvement and leading new initiatives to capitalize on opportunities. Build and maintain relationships that motivate, guide and encourage others to achieve goal of continuous quality improvement in the processes and systems used for financial statement preparation and related reporting. Prepare monthly reporting, ensuring compliance with generally accepted accounting principles and System policies and procedures while ensuring the integrity and accuracy of information. Analyze and review assigned monthly financial statements identifying suspect transactions and articulating finding to the Accounting Manager. Research financial/accounting issues and propose the necessary change to Management that maintains the integrity of financial information. Prepare year end audit reporting for external auditors. Identify and research audit issues and questions. Support Senior Management, Regional and Corporate Associates with data requests and analyses. Requirements: Bachelors degree in Finance or Accounting Ability to analyze complex accounting and financial issues Proficient in Microsoft Office products required Extensive knowledge of GAAP and other applicable regulatory rules, regulations & legislation as related to accounting functions Excellent organizational skills Deadline-oriented and ability to multi-task Demonstrated leadership in teamwork, special projects, and complex assignments Self-motivated team player with the ability to work independently on special projects and complex assignments Excellent written and verbal communication skills; ability to communicate with all levels of personnel in a large organization Knowledge of Meditech preferred Seven or more years of advanced experience in senior level or above accountant role with diverse accounting experience. Experience in the healthcare industry strongly preferred CPA preferred Work Type:  Full Time
  • Fort Worth, Texas, Summary Under the direction of the Vice President of Internal Audit, the Senior Internal Auditor is responsible for planning and conducting financial, operational, compliance, and technological systems audits for Cook Children’s Health Care System and preparing audit reports. Qualifications: Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Accounting or related field required. This role is for someone with a minimum of four years experience, which should include experience with an internal audit department or public accounting firm. Specific experience within the health care industry is preferred but not required. Licensure, Registration, and/or Certification Certified Public Accountant “CPA”, Certified Internal Auditor “CIA” or Certified Information Systems Auditor “CISA” is preferred but not required. If the individual is not certified, should be working toward achieving certification as either a CPA, CIA or CISA. With approval, other specialized certifications may be acceptable. Time frame for obtaining status of certification should be within 3 years after hire. Additional Information CCHCS
  • Fort Worth, Texas, Summary Under the direction of the Vice President of Internal Audit, the Senior Internal Auditor is responsible for planning and conducting financial, operational, compliance, and technological systems audits for Cook Children’s Health Care System and preparing audit reports. Qualifications: Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Accounting or related field required. This role is for someone with a minimum of four years experience, which should include experience with an internal audit department or public accounting firm. Specific experience within the health care industry is preferred but not required. Licensure, Registration, and/or Certification Certified Public Accountant “CPA”, Certified Internal Auditor “CIA” or Certified Information Systems Auditor “CISA” is preferred but not required. If the individual is not certified, should be working toward achieving certification as either a CPA, CIA or CISA. With approval, other specialized certifications may be acceptable. Time frame for obtaining status of certification should be within 3 years after hire. Additional Information CCHCS