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Request for Proposal for Preparation of Yearly Audited Financial Statements - Martin Luther King Economic Development Corporation 

The Martin Luther King Economic Development Corporation (MLKEDC) is a 501(c)(3) organization seeking proposals for the preparation of its yearly audited financial statements and related filings for a three-year period beginning with the 2019 fiscal year ending on December 31. Our organization does not require a federal single audit.


Financial Advisor Foundations Program (Milwaukee-Based) - Robert W. Baird 

Baird’s Financial Advisor Foundations Program is a highly competitive and rigorous rotational program that provides work experiences and educational opportunities in select Private Wealth Management functional areas to train NextGen Financial Advisor talent to be prepared for a successful career as a Financial Advisor and earn a full-time role on an existing team. This two-year program aims to provide practical opportunities to achieve progressive mastery of success principles through rotations for those who are dedicated and driven to become a Financial Advisor. This time period is divided between three phases: the Education Phase, the Application Phase and the Rotations Phase.


Gannett Co., Inc - AR/AP Specialist - Milwaukee, WI, USA Req #8909  

Primary responsibilities of the Accounts Receivable Specialist role is to process various transactions that include, but are not limited to, account setup, newspaper reconciliation of ads and preprints, adjustment entry, various AR reconciliations, and adjustments along with month end billing. Maintaining good working relationships and customer service within Gannett/USA Today Network departments and partners.


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  • Rosemont, Illinois,   The Senior Corporate Accountant is responsible for corporate accounting responsibilities with GL monthly close, GL reconciliation, and assisting with quarterly and annual financial reporting. The role works out of our Global HQ in Rosemont, IL and reports directly to the Senior Manager of Financial Accounting. Essential Functions Perform financial analysis and report metrics Prepare monthly journal entries to P&L and Balance Sheet accounts to ensure proper and accurate recording of business activity Perform approved maintenance on the chart of accounts Act as custodian of fixed asset records; ensuring that items are reported and depreciated in compliance with the company’s capitalization policy Prepare monthly reconciliation and analysis of general ledger accounts Improve/create account reconciliation schedules to support and analyze ledger balances Streamline journal entry preparation/process to permit a quicker monthly close Assist Accounts Payable in the approval of general ledger coding of non- purchase order invoices and review purchase orders for proper classification Prepare intra-company invoices and reconcile balances with overseas counterparts, which requires investigation and correction of any discrepancies or unusual activity Assist with standing up the processes to support accounting for payroll Calculate health care medical claim lag accrual Record debt issuance, interest accrual and amortization of financing fees Record, calculate workers compensation accrual Calculate engineering royalties and prepare earn out schedules to facilitate timely payment Assist in the documentation and monitoring of Sarbanes Oxley processes and controls Interact with auditors in the examination of financial and tax related data, reports, and forms Assist in completing year-end schedules for the Financial Reporting Group and Tax Department Work on cross-functional teams to improve processes and results Interact with independent and government auditors in examination of financial and tax related data       Knowledge, Skills and Abilities A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance; CPA and/or MBA preferred At least 2 years of experience in public accounting Experience in payroll accounting Technical savvy; proficiency using Microsoft Suite (e.g. Excel and Word) is necessary Demonstrated track record of process improvement A desire to learn, a strong intellectual curiosity, and an infectious positive attitude Strong written and verbal communication skills Excellent customer service, time management, interpersonal and analytical skills with a proven ability to multi-task, prioritize, and work efficiently in a fast- paced environment Strong decision making, organizational and creative problem-solving skills with the ability to overcome unforeseen obstacles Oracle knowledge a plus
  • Wisconsin Rehab, Wisconsin, The Rehabilitation Hospital of Wisconsin (RHOW) is a state-of-the-art, 40-bed Inpatient Acute Rehabilitation Hospital that is dedicated to restoring lives. We are a result of the joint venture/partnership between ProHealth Care and Kindred Healthcare to meet the growing rehabilitation needs of the region. RHOW specializes in treating patients with many diagnoses, including, but not limited to, stroke, brain injury, amputation, neurological and cardiac disorders. In 2016, RHOW has received Joint Commission Disease Specific Specialization in Stroke and Amputee Rehabilitation. This position is responsible for the revenue cycle (gross charges, patient insurance, working with central billing office on collections, and account adjustments), supervision of accounts payable, special operating and financial reports, and month end closing duties. Works with Admissions Coordinator to review insurance coverage for new admissions. Reviews medical record, UDS record submission, and Meditech billing statement for consistency and accuracy. Follows up with insurance plans on patient eligibility issues. Works with patients on self pay and payment plans as necessary. Works with patients and families in gathering information to apply for Medical assistance and other financial benefit programs. Validates accounts payable entry process and verifies expense postings for accuracy. Prepares reports to monitor CMI and FIM scoring for trending changes. Completes various journal entries and assists in month-end closing process. Assists with monitoring accuracy of charge capture procedures for ancillary services as needed. Assists Controller with expense analysis, charge analysis, and cost report preparation as needed. Prepares Accounts Receivable and General Ledger adjustments related to contractual adjustments and bad debt. Responsible for maintaining confidentiality of all patient information while performing billing and accounts receivable functions. Responsible for monthly bank reconciliation. Responsible for quarterly WHA submissions. Weekly communication with insurance companies to resolve issues. Occasional communication with vendors, law firms and government agencies to resolve issues. May enter and review ancillary charges including equipment rental, pharmacy nursing/medical supplies daily. Other duties as assigned. #LI-HRS Bachelors Degree required Bachelors Degree in Accounting highly preferred Degree in Accounting related field required (Business Administration, Finance, Economics, Mathematics or similar) Must be able to deal professionally with employees, managers, patients, physicians and visitors. Possesses a high degree of analytical ability and good professional judgment. Prior experience in healthcare highly preferred. Job : Accounting/Finance Primary Location : WI-Waukesha-Wisconsin Rehab Organization : 4083 - Wisconsin Rehab Shift : Day
  • Chicago, Illinois, Overview If you are looking for a new opportunity in your career - AMLI has the right position for you. As our newest Property Accountant you will be responsible for generating financial and operating statements and preparing related schedules for AMLI's property operations. Our office is conveniently located in downtown Chicago, close to all public transportation. AMLI is a leader in sustainable LEED and ENERGY STAR Certified luxury apartment communities. AMLI was founded in 1980 as a private real estate development, management and investment company. In 1994, AMLI went public as a NYSE publicly traded real estate investment trust. In February 2006, AMLI became a private company again through a $2. 1 billion transaction with the PRIME Property Fund, a core commingled institutional fund managed by Morgan Stanley. Accountant duties include: Financial Reporting Prepare timely and accurate Operating Statements for assigned properties on a monthly basis Provide analytical interpretation of monthly financial results to Accounting Management Prepare supplemental schedules on a monthly basis to reconcile account balances including, but not limited to, balance sheet accounts, loan compliance, and final account statements Review Property Management monthly forecasts and yearly budgets Fixed Asset tracking, analysis, and appropriate coding General Accounting Review and analyze general ledgers for assigned properties Calculate monthly accruals for utility and service accounts Process journal entries for any necessary adjustments to general ledger Prepare monthly reconciliation for bank accounts and security deposits Provide timely and effective responses to property, management, and supervisor requests Audit Prepare detailed analyses and working papers, as requested by external/internal auditors Provide accounting detail and assistance to internal/external auditors Requirements: Bachelors Degree in Accounting required Knowledge of Oracle accounting software helpful. AMLI is an equal employment opportunity employer that encourages personal and professional growth. We offer a competitive compensation package, including bonuses, housing discount, full range of benefit and recognition programs.
  • Pulaski, Wisconsin, Accountant As an engineering & manufacturing partner, MCL Industries can take our customers’ products from design through delivery, allowing them to focus on new product development and sales. The MCL Family takes pride in providing world-class engineering & manufacturing solutions for our customers across diverse industries. We are located in Pulaski, WI, just 15 minutes northwest of Green Bay. Happiness at Work Since you spend a lot of time at work, we do our best to make MCL a place where you can share your knowledge while learning new skills, build cool stuff, contribute continuous improvement ideas and make new friends while you’re at it. MCL offers work/life balance, casual attire, and fun & inclusion in a safe & clean work environment. We are seeking a detail oriented, high energy, and collaborative accountant to support the finance department throughout the “Village of Companies”. This individual will be responsible to maintain books of multiple companies and work closely with existing finance team members at each location. Current programs utilized include QuickBooks, Job Boss, and CloudSuite Industrial “Syteline” ERP system. The ideal candidate will excel in a fast-paced environment and consistently demonstrate initiative and drive. Responsibilities: Prepare state and local sales and use tax returns on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis for CA, IL, MN, PA, TN, TX, WA and WI. Update our systems to ensure proper data is collected. Obtains new and updated sales tax exemption certificates and verifies the validity. Monitor and help manage all aspects of the company’s expenses. Ensure capital approvals are received and items are coded properly in our general ledger among our division of companies. Reconcile credit card reports to the general ledger; ensure proper coding of divisions and proper use tax paid. ? Record and maintain the fixed assets and ensure proper recording of new purchases and disposals by working closely with the operations and IT teams. Provide reports and analysis to purchasing and inventory teams and monitors end of life process to improve inventory turns. Audit physical inventory counts. Calculation of warranties, commissions and royalties and ensure proper/timely payments are made. Assist in the documentation of financial policies, procedures and work instructions, making sure they are current and in-line with sound internal controls. Provide ideas for continuous improvement throughout the company. Assist with budget preparation and forecasting. Perform month end reconciliations for several of the Village of Companies. Close monthly accounting cycles, inclusive of accruals, journal entries, and variance reporting. Work closely with IT department for purging of data and segregation of duties in the system. Other miscellaneous projects and tasks as assigned. Qualified candidates must have: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting required 3 – 5 years of accounting experience in a manufacturing environment Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel is required, including pivot tables, v-lookups and more. Experience with ERP systems, QuickBooks, or Syteline is a plus Experience in accounting for inventory is a plus Excellent analytical skills with attention to accuracy and detail Proven record of accomplishment to meet deadlines, handle multiple priorities, and work well under pressure. Continuous improvement focus. Excellent organizational, communication, writing, and interpersonal skills. Work effectively with minimal oversight, while also functioning well in a team environment. Demonstrate and actively support our Mission, Vision, and Values. Some travel within the village of companies between Pulaski and other Village of Companies entities locations may be necessary. MCL employees enjoy a culture of appreciation within a family atmosphere. Employees will be eligible for full benefits package, company matched 401k, paid vacation and holidays along with other company-sponsored benefits. Qualified candidates should complete an application on our website: . No phone calls or in-person applications please. No relocation assistance available. We are an equal opportunity employer. Applicants are considered for all positions, and during employment, team members are treated without regard for race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, medical condition or handicap.
  • Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, Job Description Grant administration duties include award and post-award fiscal grant management, working with staff to ensure Rogers is in fiscal compliance with state, federal and private grant reporting requirements Perform general accounting activities, including but not limited to reconciliations, assisting the Controller during financial statement audits and journal entries during financial statement close Manage grant disbursement process and reconciliation of fund balance to the general ledger Set priorities while managing multiple tasks with various deadlines Create and maintain effective and efficient process workflows Write and maintain grant policies and procedures Prepare required financial information necessary for A-133 audit Maintain backup documentation and records in an organized manner Provide support and updates on projects status on a regular basis Support interest in net assets and intercompany transactions  To apply, please visit and complete an online application. EOE/MFDV ABOUT ROGERS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH Based in Wisconsin since 1907, Rogers Behavioral Health is a private, not-for-profit provider of behavioral health services and is nationally recognized for its specialized psychiatry and addiction services. Anchored by the main campus in Oconomowoc, WI, Rogers offers evidence-based treatment for adults, children, and adolescents with  depression and other mood disorders,   eating disorders,   addiction ,  obsessive-compulsive and anxiety disorders , and  Trauma (PTSD) .  Rogers provides residential care and has three inpatient facilities that serve southeastern Wisconsin. Rogers also offers outpatient services throughout the state of Wisconsin as well as in California, Florida, Illinois, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee.  The System also includes  Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation , which supports patient care, programs, and research; and  Rogers InHealth , an initiative that works to eliminate the stigma of mental health challenges. For more information, visit .   Required Skills Detail-oriented Communicates effectively Problem-solving Teamwork and inclusion Self-managing Project management skills Required Experience Recommended minimum of 5 years’ experience in grant or foundation fund accounting Single Audit/A-133 experience Job Location Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular FTE (Full Time Equivalent) 1.0