Under general supervisor, assists in preparation of construction financial statements; maintains records and follow up documentation. Develops and maintains Excel spreadsheets for various accounting and financial projects; provides clerical support; assists with budgets; analyzes and monitors financial data, trends, and indicators. Accumulates facts and information in specific accounting areas and summarizes in proper form. Analyzes financial data for discrepancies or errors; reconciles data.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Promote the mission, values, and vision of the Employer
  • Maintain specified industry financial records; maintains and reconciles account ledgers; maintains and enters monthly journal entries, maintains and reconciles bank accounts.
  • Analyzes accounts to trace discrepancies or errors.
  • Assist in developing and maintain advanced Excel spreadsheets for a variety of applications.
  • Assist in preparation of internal departmental budgets and submits periodic budget reports to state.
  • Assist in preparation of annual cost report.
  • Assist in preparation for annual independent audit.
  • Provides accurate and reliable information as needed for any other reports or audits as requested
  • Submit reports and respond to inquiries from state and federal agencies, third-party payers, and other outside parties.
  • Assist in preparation of reports and financial statements for Board Meetings.
  • Analyze and monitors financial data, trends, and indicators. This review and analysis is both on a standard, ongoing basis as well as on request.
  • Assess financial impact of proposed services and programs and monitors financial cost/benefit of existing programs and services
  • Analyze and report fiscal activity, makes recommendations, and/or takes appropriate action to reduce the cost of providing services.
  • Apply basic accounting knowledge and techniques to all areas of work, including routine costing and variance analysis

Minimum Requirements

  • Degree in Business or Accounting.
  • Three to five years accounting experience
  • Advanced skills in Excel

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