Senior Accountant, Financial Reporting
The Senior Accountant, Financial Reporting reports to the Director, Financial Reporting and is responsible for assisting with the timely and accurate preparation of financial statements in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. The Senior Accountant is responsible for ensuring the accuracy and internal control of treasury functions, as well as the reconciliation and analysis of assigned accounts. The Senior Accountant prepares monthly written financial statement analyses, assists with the preparation of annual financial statements and footnotes, and provides effective support and analysis during preliminary and annual audits of financial statements. This individual assists in the preparation of the monthly analysis of the Statement of Net Assets, the Statement of Changes in Net Assets, Administrative Expense fluctuations, and other accounts as assigned.
This individual will update cost allocation spreadsheets for actual, budget, and forecast, and is responsible for developing, maintaining, and overseeing cash management procedures, the line of credit agreement, and the cost/benefit analysis of treasury alternatives. This individual develops forecasting methods and prepares forecasts of cash requirements to ensure the availability of cash to meet benefits and other financial obligations. The Senior Accountant prepares and analyzes inter- and intra- benefit program activity and recommends effective monthly cash transfers, reviews the daily reporting of cash activity/needs, and communicates with banking relationships to ensure the timely and accurate investment of operating funds and accurate transfer between funds. The Senior Accountant also assists in administering the organization’s business insurance programs, prepares the annual Accounting Policy deck for the Board of Directors, updates process and procedures narratives, and assists in other financial research, analysis and report preparation as required.