Manages and oversees the external and internal financial reporting needs of the organization. Responsible for tax compliance work, tax filings and research. Manages grant accounting and compliance with federal grant reporting including the single audit process. Coordinates the external audit function for the financial statement audits as well as benefit audits. Manages eliminating entries and consolidation tasks done monthly during the financial close process.
1. Manages the year-end financial statement audit for our company
and the state-required audit for Alaska operations, coordination and distribution of audit assignments, prepares the audit reports including footnote disclosures.
2. Manages year-end A-133 Federal Grant audit coordination and distribution of audit assignments to grant management teams and staff. Serves as resource to grant management teams for federal grant compliance and education. Assists teams with compliance work plans and corrective action plans for any identified deficiencies
3. Performs monthly consolidation of our company’s financial statements for both the obligated and non-obligated group. Prepares the consolidated audit report. Provides reports and statements for all key stakeholders, and external resources as appropriate to ensure compliance.
4. Coordinates the accounting functions for joint ventures, Pooled Investment Funds (PIF), Charitable Life Income Funds (CLIF) for both the GAAP and Tax books. Performs these functions monthly in coordination with our monthly close schedule.
5. Manages the tax functions for our company, including the company’s networks, health ventures, pooled investment funds, charitable life income funds, state reporting for B&O and excise tax.
6. Implements new accounting standard changes that impact our company and any tax law changes that impact our company.
7. Serves as the point of contact for all external tax and audit advisors.
8. Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business Administration or related field required. Master’s of Business Administration is preferred.
§ A minimum of five years’ experience in tax accounting or financial auditing.
§ A minimum of two years’ leadership experience required.
§ Healthcare industry experience preferred.
§ Prior consolidation experience in a like-size organization preferred.
§ Prior federal grant compliance experience preferred.
§ 990 or other tax experience preferred
§ Supervisory experience preferred.
§ Current Certified Public Accountant License is required
§ Strong knowledge of accounting theories and principles.
§ Lawson experience preferred.
§ Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
§ Ability to work long hours during critical times.
§ Strong communication skills both verbal and written. Ability to communicate persuasively to financial and non-financial audiences.
§ Good listening skills and comfortable sharing information and ideas with others.
§ Accurate and detail oriented.
§ Ability to bring projects to successful completion on time.
§ Professional skepticism.
§ Desire to exceed expectations in a customer focused environment.
§ Integrity and honesty. Able to stand firm on ethical and technical matters.
§ Conflict resolution skills.
§ Proactive, takes initiative.
§ Ability to manage multiple complex tasks at one time.
§ Commitment to doing things right the first time.
§ Board perspective and understanding of the organization’s interrelationships.
§ Ability to think “outside the box”.