Sr. Accountant 2/20/2017
University of California - Los Angeles Medical Centers
Los Angeles, CA
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Venice Family Clinic provides quality primary health care to people in need. We serve more than 24,000 low-income, homeless and uninsured people across the Westside of Los Angeles. Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Senior Accountant will support the day to day accounting functions of the organization while playing a key role in the maintenance and integrity of the general ledger. Primary responsibilities will include assisting in the month end close process, accounting analyses, audits and operating budgets. The Sr. Accountant actively engage in cross-functional teams on special projects, including accounting and reporting systems improvements. Apply accounting policies and principles to properly record, report and maintain financial data. Responsible for monthly account reconciliations and roll forwards. Key team member in overall monthly and yearly close process
Work closely with CFO and Controller on Month End and Year End Close to generate accurate and timely financial reports including Statement of Operations, Cash Flow and Balance Sheet. Support the maintenance and integrity of the Department's financial activities and reporting through reconciliations and review of general ledger. Identify errors and arrange for timely corrective action. Reconcile general ledger and sub ledgers and prepare necessary corrections to ensure proper compliance with all GAAP, Federal OMB, grant/contract standards and guidelines. Review, approve and post monthly Journal Entries in General Ledger. Prepare and Maintain financial schedules including depreciation, prepaid expenses, fixed assets, leases, restricted funds. Research and resolve technical accounting issues. Conduct complex analyses and prepare detail and summary financial reports for the CFO and Department. Participate in the preparation of the Organization's FQHC Reconciliation, UDS and OSHPD reporting. Assist the CFO in the preparation of the annual Operating Budget and FP&A, including analyzing historic trends, current data and developing future projections. Provide support for the annual independent audit, government audits and 990 tax returns including audit schedules, audit/tax questionnaires and requests. Additional tasks, special projects and hoc reporting as requested. Ability to work nights and weekends when deadlines require.
Bachelor's degree in accounting or finance (or equivalent degree). At least three year's accounting operations experience preferably with a nonprofit organization. Minimum of 3 years' experience in public accounting. Strong knowledge of U.S. GAAP and applications of accounting principles. Interest in community/primary healthcare a plus. Audit and Financial Reporting experience. Advanced Excel Skills including Pivot Tables, V-LookUps and Logic Functions. Accounting Software such as Blackbaud Financial Edge, MAS 90, Quickbooks, NetSuite or Oracle. Accuracy/precision in math, strong analytical skills. Effective time management and organizational skills. Excellent organization and follow-through skills, ability to multi-task, prioritize, and work under deadlines.