Financial Analyst | Orthopaedic Associates of St. Augustine

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Financial Analyst

Location: St. Augustine
Department: Administration

Education:
Bachelor’s degree required

Qualifications:
Minimum 2 years of experience in Accounting/Finance
Healthcare experience strongly preferred

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Financial Analysis
    • Prepare month-end financial results
    • Analyzes options for corporate improvement on expenses
    • Assist in year-end financial reporting to Corporate Accountants
    • Assist in year-end Tax Planning with Corporate Accountants
    • Assist in the coordination and development of budgets, forecasts and pro-forma analysis
  • Payroll
    • Process payroll accurately and within deadlines
    • Maintain payroll and time clock system.
    • Oversee Quarterly Workers Compensation Audits
    • Process 401k Deferrals & Contributions accurately and within deadlines.
    • Process Annual Return/Report of Employee Benefit Plan (Form 5500)
  • Quick Books
    • Ensures that various bills, invoices and recurring payments to vendors are paid timely and accurately
    • Enter all accounts payable information into accounting system and process checks
    • File all bills, invoices and correspondence that pertain to accounts payable function
    • Enters information and populates monthly journals involving payroll, 401K and department transactions
  • Daily Deposit
    • Process and deposit all checks that arrive in the mail.
    • Download direct deposits and places them on the appropriate spreadsheet to be posted.
    • Reconcile daily journal from Front Office/Billing/PT/CR210 Office
    • Prepare daily deposit for courier pickup

Required Skills:

  • Must possess analytical skills
  • Must be able to effectively handle multiple projects concurrently
  • Must be detail oriented
  • Advanced Excel & QuickBooks skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills across all levels of management
  • Self-starter, reliable and highly motivated
  • Ability to work with limited supervision