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  • Ardmore, Oklahoma, The Noble Research Institute, LLC is seeking a full time Accountant 2, who will be responsible for performing various accounting functions for the Institute.   The Accountant 2 will be responsible for various accounting functions including general ledger, investment, and fixed asset accounting. The accountant 2 will also be responsible for invoicing, monitoring accounts receivable, preparing financial reports, documenting processes and controls, performing internal audits, assisting with external audits and providing overall accounting department support as needed.               Bachelor of Accounting with 3 years accounting experience is required. CPA or CPA candidate preferred. A post offer/pre-employment credit check is required. Salary is determined by education level and experience.
  • CLEBURNE, Texas, Primary Responsibilities: - Preparing and reviewing business and individual tax returns. - Planning and supervision of audit, review, compilation, and attestation engagements. - Performance of various accounting services such as period-end journal entries, depreciation schedules, bank reconciliations, payroll and sales tax reports, accounting system setup for clients, etc. - Performing annual tax planning or special client engagements. - Researching tax, auditing, and accounting issues. Requirements: - At least three years of public accounting experience, including audit and tax work - Minimum education - Bachelor's degree in accounting - Valid CPA license in Texas - Excellent communication skills (written and oral) and organizational skills - Independent and self-motivated - Strong work ethic - Ability to multi-task and manage multiple client responsibilities - Good technological capabilities - Experience with QuickBooks
  • Dallas, Texas, The Senior Accountant/Analyst is responsible for maintaining and analyzing financial information to prepare accurate and timely financial statements. The primary duties performed are maintaining the General Ledger for all entities at the Pastoral Center including journal entries, account reconciliations, investment analysis, bank reconciliations, payroll and benefit entries and analysis, budget support, restricted fund analysis, fixed asset tracking and some financial statement preparation. Essential Duties and Responsibilities of the Position   General Ledger: Prepare all general ledger journal entries, including importing of data where possible. Maintain schedule of recurring entries. Work with Development Office to reconcile Raiser’s Edge to Financial Edge and resolve issues. Identify, investigate and resolve accounting discrepancies and management inquiries. Prepare and maintain detailed reconciliations of balance sheet accounts, including fixed asset and depreciation schedules. Resolve outstanding items to ensure balances are correct and financials are fairly represented. Upload semimonthly payroll entries. Reconcile benefit accounts against third-party reports, analyze and record entries. Analyze and reconcile designated and restricted funds. Prepare net asset releases. Assist with annual audits by preparing schedules, footnotes, and responding to auditor inquiries.  Cash and Investments: Identify daily activity in bank accounts for appropriateness; record in Financial Edge as necessary. Reconcile cash and money market accounts monthly. Prepare and record investment entries. Track investment purchases and sales, and maintain rollforward of activity.   Financial Reporting: Compile and analyze financial information to using both Financial Edge and F9 software. Build and maintain accounts, departments, projects and reports in Financial Edge. Assist with budget uploads and maintenance. Prepare financial statements for Priest Pension Plan and Calvary Hill Cemetery.  Other: Work cross-functionally with Financial Analyst, Payroll/AP Administrator and Accounts Receivable Accountant to achieve department initiatives. Design work flows and procedures. Create and maintain process documentation.   Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Ability to understand complex accounting issues, and determine the proper resolution based on US GAAP. Ability to work independently and propose solutions to problems. Well organized. Ability to prioritize and meet internal deadlines. Ability to balance team and individual responsibilities. Ability to multi-task while maintaining a keen attention to detail and accuracy of work product. Work with integrity and demonstrate accountability. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Ability to effectively present information in a one-on-one and small group settings and tailor communication based on the audience. Education and Experience: At least 7-10 years of experience in general ledger accounting or public accounting. Bachelors-degree in Accounting or related field. CPA not required, but would be a plus. Nonprofit experience not required, but would be a plus. Experience in Blackbaud Financial Edge not required, but would be a plus. Proficient in Microsoft Excel.
  • Arlington, Texas, Job Summary: Responsible for all financial operations for the Global Educational Outreach and Extended Studies. Oversees financial reporting and processes to ensuring adequate financial controls are in place and maintaining fiscal integrity. Supports the organization's mission by providing timely, accurate and relevant financial information to the departments and university's administrators. Assists VP of Global Educational Outreach and Extended Studies on special projects. Essential Duties: Oversees the following in GEOES : Payroll Administration for GEOES , Budget Accounting, Grant Accounting, Procurement and Payables, Property and Asset Management, Financial Analysis and Reporting, Quality Control Reporting ( UEP ). Promotes and supports the financial well-being of GEOES by providing budget management, monitoring appropriate programming investments, exercising executive control over budgets, and safeguarding all financial assets of the University. Advises and reports to the Vice President on the financial status of GEOES and helps to set the strategic direction of GEOES financial goals. Direct, supervise, and facilitate the preparation and maintenance of required financial records, monthly and annual financial reports, and all other financial reporting required by federal, state, local agencies, or established accounting standards. Supports unit leaders with effective business processes incorporating automation with appropriate technologies, designing systems of effective controls and evaluating and reporting progress to GEOES leadership. Provides leadership and customer service to ensure effective relationships with all client groups and funding agencies. Office management including overseeing and evaluating operations teams. Maintain the unit's compliance with policies and procedures and promote efficiencies. Ensures information and data accuracy for reporting and analysis, fact-based information, deadline completion in a timely manner and timely delivery of service and information. Performs other duties as assigned. Required Qualifications: Bachelor's degree. Ten (10) years of experience in university accounting, finance or related business operations field. Five (5) years of experience with government contracts and grants. Five (5) years of management/supervisory experience or the equivalent experience. Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree. Certified Public Accountant. Knowledge and experience in Higher Education and PeopleSoft Financial experience. Special Instructions: Applicants must include in their online resume the following information: 1) Employment history: name of company, period employed (from month/year to month/year), job title, summary of job duties and 2) Education: school name, degree type, and major. EEO Statement: UTA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution. Minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Additionally, the University prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of sexual orientation. A criminal background check will be conducted on finalists. The UTA is a tobacco free campus. Open Until Filled: No Location: Arlington
  • Albuquerque, New Mexico, Position Summary: Prepare, compile, analyze, interpret, and report financial data of the component hospitals of The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center. Provide business plans, short- and long-term projections, ratios, graphs, and strategic business unit profitability reviews. Ensure adherence to Hospitals and departmental policies and procedures. No patient care assignment. Accountability: Addendum - STRATEGIC PLAN - Provide leadership and support to coordinate the maintenance of the financial long-range strategic plan in support of the overall strategic plan ANALYSIS - Prepare financial analyses as directed by Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer Addendum - GOALS - Participate in the development and implementation of long and short-term goals and objectives for the finance division PERFORMANCE - Review profitability and performance of strategic business units and cost centers PLANNING - Generate and maintain five-year plan projections, along with "what-if" scenarios Addendum - ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT - Perform high-level, financial analyses and project management Addendum - CONTRACTS - Participate in payer contract negotiations RATIOS AND GRAPHS - Prepare and interpret ratios and graphs for clinical operations BENCHMARKS - Generate and review benchmarks; determine appropriate benchmarks for Hospitals, and make benchmark recommendations Addendum - COMMITTEES - Serve on committees in the absence of the Chief Financial Officer and/or in lieu of the Chief Financial Officer to ensure continuity of finance division representation Addendum - COMMITTEES - Lead committees, meetings and/or workgroups as directed by the Chief Financial Officer BUSINESS PLANS - Prepare or review business plans and make recommendations Addendum - CONSULT AND ADVISE - Consult with and advise Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer regarding financial issues and decisions; serve as advisor on assigned finance division initiatives and issues as needed to colleagues, managers, boards, etc. EXPERTISE - Represent Hospitals on teams and in meetings where financial expertise is required DATA - Frequent pressure due to multiple calls and inquiries, reporting of financial data through data repository review Addendum - COLLABORATION - Collaborate with Accounting, Financial Planning and Analysis, Compliance, Reimbursement, and Patient Financial Services managers (including Executive Directors, Area Directors, Directors, Managers, and Supervisors) to ensure timely communication and accurate reporting REPORTING - Collaborate with Finance and Budget Directors to maintain accurate reporting Addendum - PROJECTS - Perform, manage, and/or provide follow-up on specific projects as requested by the Chief Financial Officer, Chief Executive Officer, Vice President of Health Sciences, or Vice President of Finance and Administration relative to the financial operations of the Hospitals CONSULT AND ADVISE - Consult with and advise Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer as needed CONTRACTS - Review managed care contracts and propose new rates CONTRACTS - Review other contracts for financial impact on Hospitals ISSUE RESOLUTION - Monitor, evaluate and resolve concerns or problems identified by external (i.e., patients, visitors, vendors, payers) and internal (i.e., employees, volunteers) customers Education Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in related discipline Experience Requirements: 5 years directly related experience Education Requirements - Preferred: Master's Degree in Business Administration Experience Requirements - Preferred: Health care environment and health systems familiarity Physical Demands Requirements: Sedentary Work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally (Occasionally: activity or condition exists up to 1/3 of the time) and/or a negligible amount of force frequently (Frequently: activity or condition exists from 1/3 to 2/3 of the time) to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects, including the human body. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time, but may involve walking or standing for brief periods of time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met. Licensure/Certification Requirements - Preferred: Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Professional licensure as appropriate to the clinical objectives of the unit: Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Working Conditions Requirements: No or min hazard, physical risk, office environment