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  • Austin, Texas, The Senior Financial Intelligence Analyst serves as a key financial resource to the Finance Team.  This position provides financial analysis required to support the goals and objectives of CUC.  Works closely with the Director of Financial Planning (FP&A) to prepare the operating budget and a 3-5 year financial operating forecast to include statistics, payer mix, payment, capital, etc.  This position ensures the efficient design, modification and maintenance of data collection including analytical methods and procedures; highly complex computer applications, spreadsheets, and large databases used in the collection and analyses of data; and strategic operations and planning. This position will serve as the Epic subject matter expert for financial reporting and analysis. Responsibilities Essential Duties (at least 5 that are non-negotiable duties and are absolutely pertinent to successfully completing the job without accommodations):   Analyze current and past trends in key performance indicators including all areas of revenue, cost of services, expenses and capital expenditures. Monitor performance indicators, highlighting trends and analyzing causes of expected variance. Manage, in coordination with the Director of FP&A, the continued development of budgeting, financial forecasting, operating plan and modeling tools. Ad Hoc reporting and analysis. Implement and work with a Business Intelligence tool and dashboard reports. Able to build dashboard reports in Multiview and run reports in EPIC. Develop financial models and analyses to support strategic initiatives. Create models, analysis and business cases to evaluate new business opportunities and support the execution of strategic opportunities. Design, prepare and maintain detail/worksheets necessary to support financial presentations and development of other communications as necessary. Works with the Director of FP&A to identify appropriate solutions for various reporting needs.   Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:   Expert proficiency in financial modeling and use of data visualization tools. Ability to communicate clearly, effectively to executives and collaborate with cross-functional business teams. Exceptional attention to detail. Skill in the development and maintenance of complex computer applications, spreadsheets and large databases. Ability to manage projects effectively, including setting priorities and planning, organizing and coordinating the work of others. Develop and maintain institutional and industry knowledge to identify key business costs, target analyses and interpret and communicate data in a usable way. Support senior management team and department heads with in-depth analysis Works cross functionally to drive process improvements and automation MINIMUM EDUCATION:   Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Mathematics, or related discipline MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2 years of overall experience within corporate finance, consulting, or healthcare related analytics PREFERRED EXPERIENCE: SQL Experience EPIC experience PREFERRED CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSURE:   EPIC Certification for analytics
  • 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.   Responsibilities Essential Duties (at least 5 that are non-negotiable duties and are absolutely pertinent to successfully completing the job without accommodations): Primary Accountabilities:  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.   Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:  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
  • Dallas, Texas, As an Oil & Gas Senior Associate, You Will: Intense monitoring of accounts payable and receivable. Review and handling daily receipts, monthly revenue intake sheets, spreadsheets files and inter-company reports and communications to investors, partners and stakeholders. Ensuring that all monthly transactions are accurately recorded. Reviewing and participating in monthly, quarterly and yearly accounting cycles and preparing monthly financial statements. Handling JIB, revenue, and other monthly processes Performing monthly revenue related tasks and analysis including monthly revenue close process and reconciliations related to deferred revenue accounts Supporting external audit activities Review and train staff and interns Our Ideal Candidate Likely Has: 3-5 years of oil and gas accounting and analysis experience Must have experience with upstream (E&P). BA in accounting or financial management required and CPA or CPA eligible preferred Proficiency on Microsoft Office with advanced Excel skills required. Proficiency with WolfePak or Ogsys accounting software Familiar with ARO, Depletion, Impairment and other industry specific calculations Good interpersonal skills. Must have strategic and variable problem-solving abilities. Ability to work independently as well as in a team setting. Ability to make executive financial decisions with ease.
  • Fort Worth, Texas, As an FLVS Director, You Will: Calculate economic damages in different types of matters, such as litigation matters involving patent, trademark, and copy right infringement, theft of trade secrets, breach of contract, business valuation, solvency, fraud, business interruption, personal injury, wrongful death, and wrongful termination. Identify issues, communicate with Managing Directors on the direction of the case, and making strategic recommendations; exercising strong analytical skills for details and risk. Deliver complete reports to the Managing Director for review. The presented work product should be completed as if it is going to the attorneys/clients and should be accompanied by relevant supporting documents. Prepare the testifying expert for depositions and trials; ensuring the file is well-organized and all work papers and important documents are compiled in a binder for a quick and easy review by the testifying expert.  Working closely with the testifying expert in developing an outline for testimony and demonstrative exhibits for trial. Initiate business development activities and developing an internal and external circle of influence; participate in networking events, marketing events, and training. Lead departmental training for associate level professionals and fostering a learning environment of continuous improvement. Scheduling in house training, lunch and learns with Associates and all members of the team. Review the work of Associates and Senior Associates, and providing feedback for corrections and changes, if needed. Review formatting of schedules prepared (e.g. extra lines deleted, consolidation of information, etc.); spell check, and foot and cross foot numerical totals for accurate financial information analysis. Ensure staff’s work is completed in timely manner. Assist in recruiting, developing training material, and acting as an instructor in professional development programs. Our Ideal Candidate Likely Has: Minimum of five years of progressive experience in accounting and/or finance culminating into a leadership role including management experience, preferably in a consulting environment. Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or economics. An advanced degree in a related field or a CPA license is a plus. Broad background and knowledge in litigation/expert services and the calculation of damages in different types of matters. Proficiency in use of technology and accounting programs including MS Office. Effective communication skills Project management skills Proven business development ability Ability to manage and lead teams Ethics and compliance Problem solving skills
  • Houston, Texas, As a Public Sector Audit Associate, You Will: Develop and maintain a relationship with the client and proactively work with the client’s management to gather necessary audit information, identify issues and make recommendations for business improvements and identify potential additional business opportunities. Gain a comprehensive understanding of generally accepted governmental auditing standards Assist with business proposals, networking and recruiting opportunities Must be highly dedicated with a positive attitude, self-motivated, a team player who takes initiative and willing to learn Our Ideal Candidate Likely Has: Bachelor's degree in accounting, Master's degree is preferred CPA or CPA Candidate Knowledge of technical accounting of GAAP & GAAS Preferred knowledge of GASB Basic Financial Statements for State and Local Governments Preferred knowledge with risk assessment in the governmental accounting environment Strong leadership, management, networking and mentoring skills