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CA - Controller - permanent position**

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CA - Controller - permanent position**
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Mariposa California / United States

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Healthcare District now hiring for a seasoned Controller.Critical access, 5 years experience in Healthcare Accounting.CPA PreferredLooking for candidates in the area preferred.I. Job Summary: Shares responsibility for the administration of the District's accounting practices, and the accounting functions fiscal operating results. Is directly responsible for the accounting/payroll functions, i.e. general ledger, financial statements, payroll and OSHPD reporting. Shared responsibility with CEO and/or CFO on budgets, and State and Federal cost reporting. II. Minimum Qualifications: A. Education1. BA in Accounting; MS preferred. B. Essential Skills1. Possess knowledge of accounting, budgeting, and cost control principles including FASB and GASB.2. Knowledge of automated financial and accounting reporting systems.3. Possess knowledge of pertinent State, Federal and local laws, rules, regulations relating to accountability of funds.3. Ability to analyze financial data and prepare a variety of complex financial and statistical reports.4. Ability to perform arithmetical calculations with speed and accuracy.5. Ability to understand and carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.6. Work requires professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.7. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.8. Ability to motivate staff to produce quality materials within tight timeframes and simultaneously manage several projects.9. Ability to participate in and facilitate group meetings.10. Ability to work under pressure with time constraints.11. Ability to operate modern office equipment, and be competent in many forms of information technology.12. Ability to effectively supervise, train, and evaluate department personnel.13. Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships contacted in the performance of their duties. 1. Responsible for accuracy of the General Ledger.1.1 Accurately analyzes results of operation and summarizes factors affecting profitability.1.2 Accurately performs analysis of general ledger accounts to detect variations from the normal which may be the result of improper coding or posting and corrects as necessary. 1.3 Accurately prepares journal entries at the end of each month to account for accrued expenses, depreciation expense, items from bank statements, correction of posting errors, reversals of prior month journal entries, and all other items required for the statements. 2. Responsible for annual audit, annual year-end physical inventory, and assisting CEO and/or CFO with preparation of annual operating budget, and cost reports. 2.1 Consistently compiles required annual audit information for CPA firm in a timely manner.2.2 Detailed analysis of G/L accounts is accurate and complete. 2.3 Verifies counts and accuracy of staff performing inventory prior to final count. 2.4 Assists in preparation of annual operating budget, provides accurate information, and accurate calculations in a timely manner.2.5 Assists in preparation of cost reports, provides accurate information, and accurate calculations, meeting report due dates.2.6 Assists Medicare/Medi-Cal auditors during desk audits and provides Information requested via telephone requests. 3. Reviews cash and banking transactions, and bond administration.3.1 Accurately performs bank reconciliation for operating, payroll and FICA, Sales Tax account, LAIF, US Bank: insurance, interest, principal, and bond reserve.3.2 Accurately performs administration and accounting of bond issues. 4. Prepares a variety of reports as required by local, State and Federal rules, regulations, laws, policies, and procedures.4.1 Accurately prepares annual payroll tax returns and files by the required dates.4.2 Accurately prepares update of capital asset listing, and generates monthly depreciation report.4.3 Will be expected to accurately prepare quarterly OSHPD reports in a timely manner, five days prior to the due date.4.4 Accurately prepares other reports as assigned by CEO and/or CFO. 5. Operations responsibilities for the Fiscal Services Department. 5.1 Plans office routine, schedules appropriately to assure coverage in the Fiscal, payroll, accounts payable departments.5.2 Effectively monitors fiscal services/payroll activities, by reviewing reports and observation, to assure that the personnel are meeting the expected output for their position.5.3 Timely addresses any fiscal services areas of concern or lower than expected output for reason, and if needed, takes appropriate measures to correct and make improvements.5.4 Effectively monitors payroll services by reviewing reports and observation, to assure accuracy of payroll.5.5 Timely addresses any payroll concerns, and if needed, takes appropriate measures to correct and make improvements. 5.6 Keeps CFO informed of operations, and activities.Salary based on experienceEOEImmediate Start

Shift: Days

Specialty Type: Management

Sub Specialties: Controller / Director of Accounting

General Certifications : ACLS BLS/BCLS PALS NRP

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May 31, 2021
S16050423137055256
California / United States
Mariposa
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Healthcare District now hiring for a seasoned Controller.Critical access, 5 years experience in Healthcare Accounting.CPA PreferredLooking for candidates in the area preferred.I. Job Summary: Shares responsibility for the administration of the District's accounting practices, and the accounting functions fiscal operating results. Is directly responsible for the accounting/payroll functions, i.e. general ledger, financial statements, payroll and OSHPD reporting. Shared responsibility with CEO and/or CFO on budgets, and State and Federal cost reporting. II. Minimum Qualifications: A. Education1. BA in Accounting; MS preferred. B. Essential Skills1. Possess knowledge of accounting, budgeting, and cost control principles including FASB and GASB.2. Knowledge of automated financial and accounting reporting systems.3. Possess knowledge of pertinent State, Federal and local laws, rules, regulations relating to accountability of funds.3. Ability to analyze financial data and prepare a variety of complex financial and statistical reports.4. Ability to perform arithmetical calculations with speed and accuracy.5. Ability to understand and carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.6. Work requires professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.7. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.8. Ability to motivate staff to produce quality materials within tight timeframes and simultaneously manage several projects.9. Ability to participate in and facilitate group meetings.10. Ability to work under pressure with time constraints.11. Ability to operate modern office equipment, and be competent in many forms of information technology.12. Ability to effectively supervise, train, and evaluate department personnel.13. Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships contacted in the performance of their duties. 1. Responsible for accuracy of the General Ledger.1.1 Accurately analyzes results of operation and summarizes factors affecting profitability.1.2 Accurately performs analysis of general ledger accounts to detect variations from the normal which may be the result of improper coding or posting and corrects as necessary. 1.3 Accurately prepares journal entries at the end of each month to account for accrued expenses, depreciation expense, items from bank statements, correction of posting errors, reversals of prior month journal entries, and all other items required for the statements. 2. Responsible for annual audit, annual year-end physical inventory, and assisting CEO and/or CFO with preparation of annual operating budget, and cost reports. 2.1 Consistently compiles required annual audit information for CPA firm in a timely manner.2.2 Detailed analysis of G/L accounts is accurate and complete. 2.3 Verifies counts and accuracy of staff performing inventory prior to final count. 2.4 Assists in preparation of annual operating budget, provides accurate information, and accurate calculations in a timely manner.2.5 Assists in preparation of cost reports, provides accurate information, and accurate calculations, meeting report due dates.2.6 Assists Medicare/Medi-Cal auditors during desk audits and provides Information requested via telephone requests. 3. Reviews cash and banking transactions, and bond administration.3.1 Accurately performs bank reconciliation for operating, payroll and FICA, Sales Tax account, LAIF, US Bank: insurance, interest, principal, and bond reserve.3.2 Accurately performs administration and accounting of bond issues. 4. Prepares a variety of reports as required by local, State and Federal rules, regulations, laws, policies, and procedures.4.1 Accurately prepares annual payroll tax returns and files by the required dates.4.2 Accurately prepares update of capital asset listing, and generates monthly depreciation report.4.3 Will be expected to accurately prepare quarterly OSHPD reports in a timely manner, five days prior to the due date.4.4 Accurately prepares other reports as assigned by CEO and/or CFO. 5. Operations responsibilities for the Fiscal Services Department. 5.1 Plans office routine, schedules appropriately to assure coverage in the Fiscal, payroll, accounts payable departments.5.2 Effectively monitors fiscal services/payroll activities, by reviewing reports and observation, to assure that the personnel are meeting the expected output for their position.5.3 Timely addresses any fiscal services areas of concern or lower than expected output for reason, and if needed, takes appropriate measures to correct and make improvements.5.4 Effectively monitors payroll services by reviewing reports and observation, to assure accuracy of payroll.5.5 Timely addresses any payroll concerns, and if needed, takes appropriate measures to correct and make improvements. 5.6 Keeps CFO informed of operations, and activities.Salary based on experienceEOEImmediate Start

Shift: Days

Specialty Type: Management

Sub Specialties: Controller / Director of Accounting

General Certifications : ACLS BLS/BCLS PALS NRP