Controller at Mirror inc.

Posted in Finance 12 days ago.

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Type: Full-Time
Location: Newton, Kansas





Job Description:

Under the supervision of the President & CEO, the Controller supervises the Finance Office and is responsible for all accounting operations, including AR, AP, payroll and insurance and Medicaid billing. The Controller maintains internal controls on all general ledger accounts, ensures all accounts are reviewed and reconciled at least quarterly and coordinates the annual financial audit. The Controller supports the President & CEO and the Board of Directors with account analysis, budgeting, forecasting and other reporting that uses accounting and cost data.

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Graduate of a four-year accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree in Business, Accounting or Finance. Master's degree and/or CPA certification preferred but not required.

2. Experience working with general ledger and basic accounting operations in a corporate environment. Experience working in a health care organization preferred. Experience with grant reporting procedures preferred.

3. At least two years supervisory experience.

4. Excellent interpersonal skills required as well as ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.

5. Capable of maintaining a team spirit. Ability to work cooperatively with others.

6. Must be adaptable to change and have excellent organizational skills.

7. Must be able to organize, prioritize and follow through on multiple tasks.

8. Display consistent, good judgment and decision-making skills.

9. Must have high level computer skills or experience and/or skills working with Excel, Accounting software and HR systems. Experience using Blackbaud accounting software and/or Paycom HR system preferred but not required.

10. This position may also involve bending, walking stairs and lifting up to 30 pounds on occasion

Oversee the accounts payable process ensuring accuracy and high quality of invoice organization, coding and approvals in the payment process. Supervise the AP clerk.

2. Oversee the accounts receivable process ensuring accurate coding, billing, posting payments and following up on slow or non-payments. Supervise the billing clerks.

3. Ensure accurate payroll process, in both direct processing of hours for hourly employees and in supervising the accounting assistant. Ensure accurate transfer and revision of employee time keeping data to the payroll module. Ensure ETO, payroll deductions and other adjustments are accurate for each payroll. Process ACH/EFT for payroll, for payroll taxes, and for group insurance vendors.

4. Ensure all recurring journal entries, non-recurring and correcting journal entries are entered each month.

5. Run monthly financial statements and review with the President and CEO. Make corrections/adjustments as needed and prepare all reports for management and the Board.

6. Attend Board Finance Committee meetings to support the President & CEO in reviewing and interpreting financial results.

7. Ensure monthly and quarterly grant reports are submitted to each funding entity. This includes coordination with program operating managers or other personnel when grant narratives are also required.

8. Work closely with cost center managers (directors) and the Director of Revenue Cycle in supporting their needs and efforts.

9. Provide analysis and forecasting services to support new business ventures, creating proformas, making management decisions, etc.

10. Maintain accuracy of various balance sheet accounts, including cash, prepaids, fixed assets, deferred revenues, etc. Non-profit GAAP should govern monthly policy of timely matching to the period.

11. Manages treasury functions such as debit/credit card administration and bank transfers.

12. Provide excellent customer service to managers, executives and the board, and ensure that others in the Finance Office also provide excellent customer service.

13. Coordinate and oversee the annual audit.

14. Assist the President & CEO in the timely filing of financial documents with state and federal governments.

15. Ensure that policies set by management and the Board of Directors are met; similarly, ensure that basic laws and regulations governing accounting and financial management are met.

16. Attend and participate in management meetings.

17. Perform other job responsibilities as assigned by their immediate supervisors.





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