Responsible for all phases of general ledger processing and reporting. Responsible for aspects of accounting for inventory, reconciliations, and recurring journal entries for ACEP and managed orgs. Assist with year-end audit preparation, budgeting, financial statement analysis, and forecasting.
Maintain financial accounting software reporting structures and ensure that interdepartmental items follow appropriate processes.
Maintain the integrity of the general ledger and sub-ledgers, to include input of automated and manual entries to general ledgers.
Create and proof journal entries and prepare monthly and other financial reports on a timely basis for review by the Controller and CFO.
Maintain complete and accurate electronic files for all financial transactions.
Maintain complete and accurate documentation of the internal control processes to meet audit requirements.
Assist with budgeting process for ACEP and managed orgs as assigned.
Conduct analyses and prepare reports as requested by the Controller and CFO.
Assist in month-end and year-end general ledger closing procedures.
Run monthly internal financial reports and distribute to managed orgs as assigned.
Prepare and distribute accounts receivable aging to assigned departments.
Prepare audit work papers for the Controller and CFO as assigned.
Prepare and maintain assigned GL account reconciliations.
Run and reconcile monthly inventory reports. Create inventory adjustment for inventory counts.
Assist with developing, editing and maintaining department policies and procedures.
Prepare and file reports to federal and state authorities for managed organizations and the College as assigned.
Maintain the records of investment reconciliations of the managed organizations as assigned.
Publish monthly financial reports using report writing software.
Provides support to committees as assigned.
Provide other accounting support as needed: serve as backup to other department activities as required.
Complete special projects as directed by the Controller or CFO.
All College staff
Vendors, customers, ACEP members, ACEP committee members, ACEP board of directors, ACEP faculty, chapter officers and staff, managed organization members, and board of directors, travel agency, banks, auditors
Bachelor’s degree in accounting or business.
Five years related experience; must have experience with accrual accounting.
Proficiency in accounting software packages, preferably Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft Office (Word, and Excel).
Familiarity with database management and the relationship between finance, spreadsheet and database software packages.
Attention to detail, demonstrated ability to handle multiple tasks and set priorities within a heavy workload.
Demonstrated problem-solving skills, ability to make independent decisions, and follow through on assignments to conclusion.
Exhibit tact in dealing with a variety of individuals.
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