Financial Accountant

  • Full Time
  • Waco

Website Waco Family Medicine

REPORTS TO: Controller
 Bachelor degree in finance/accounting.
 Three years of financial management experience, preferably in a health care organization and/or experience
with federal, state, or local grants.
 knowledge of finance and accounting functions, including budgeting, credit, investments, internal controls.
 knowledge of clinic’s strategic business objectives and employee performance objectives.
 skill in analyzing financial data and preparing appropriate related reports.
 skill in relating organizational objectives to financial policies on costs, fees, credit, etc.
 skill in exercising initiative, judgment, discretion and decision-making to achieve organizational objectives.
 skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with patients, staff, and the public.
 skill in identifying and resolving problems.
 ability to work creatively with management and department staff to achieve objectives.
 ability to communicate clearly.
 oversee financial accounting functions to ensure accurate recording and reporting of clinic and grant financial
information to the General Ledger including management of staff and delegation of task as needed
 proper recording of clinic and grant income and expenses
 assists Controller with preparing financial reports for tracking of budgets and allocated funds to
 prepares month end journal entries
 assists in month end reconciliations
 understand state, federal, and local grant reporting requirements
 assists Controller with financial statement preparation and financial reports are requested
 conducts ad hoc projects to analyze financial data
 assists Controller with overall department procedures and controls
 development of adequate procedures, instructions, controls, records, and receipts.
 assists with the internal audit program to ensure internal financial controls are regularly tested and
 preparation of annual audit support and workpapers
 assists with preparation of annual audit
 supports accounts receivable and payable processes as needed
 trains and manages staff as assigned
 assists with performance evaluation and recommends merit increases, promotions, and disciplinary actions
 participates in professional development activities and maintains professional affiliations.
 maintains strictest confidentiality
 assist with Administration phones and errands
 provide general office support
 other duties as assigned by supervisor
 possess a valid Texas driver’s license and appropriate liability insurance
 visual and auditory accuracy
 shift length – 8 hours
 indoor setting
 continuous use of computer and calculator
 long periods of sitting
 frequent use of telephone
 continuous repetitive grasping and manipulation of both hands
 continuous conversational communication
 occasional reaching, walking, squatting, bending, kneeling, twisting and climbing
 occasionally carrying, lifting, pushing and pulling of up to 25 lbs.
 occasionally working in confined, noisy, dusty areas
 frequent use of personal car
 understand/carry out simple/detailed, oral/written instructions
 memorize and retain instructions
 read and interpret detailed specifications

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