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Children's Hospital Boston Financial Reporting Manager - Anesthesia Foundation in Boston, Massachusetts

62597BRTitle:Financial Reporting Manager - Anesthesia FoundationDepartment:AnesthesiaAutoReqId:62597BRStatus:Full-TimeStandard Hours per Week:40 Job Category:FinanceJob Posting Description: This Financial Reporting Manager will be responsible to:

  • Plan, delegate and supervise the daily operations of Anesthesia Foundation

  • Select, train, supervise and the support staff.

  • Provide financial management of unit operating and capital budgets. Prepare and monitors budgets, analyze and resolve variances and authorizes expenditures within established guidelines.

  • Coordinate and perform a variety of accounting duties in preparation of monthly and annual, consolidated and hospital financial statements, supporting schedules and management reports. Maintain records and prepares reports in accordance with generally accepted accounting principals (GAAP).

  • Work with department managers and other personnel in interpreting monthly budget to actual performance activity.

  • Contribute to teamwork by assisting support staff with the following duties:

  • Preparation of a variety of recurring financial transactions, reports, and analyses related to the hospital operating financial statements, intercompany activity, and other subledger processes and schedules.

  • Performance of detailed analysis of various general ledger accounts and selected cost centers. Review of activity for accuracy, completeness and reasonableness. Interpreting trends or deviations and making recommendations for corrective action.

  • Preparation of analysis of revenue and expense variances, providing management with explanations for current and prior year changes, and projected impact. Provides input to the development of the hospital's operating budget.

  • Preparation of cash account activity, and supporting schedules. Ensure the accurate reporting of all bank wire transfer activities, which include transactions of Payroll, Investments, Accounts Payable, and other areas.

  • Reconciliation of all cash disbursements and receipts to the hospital's various bank accounts. Monitors the controls in place to maintain report all cash transactions, and recommends changes and improvements, to ensure financial integrity, as needed.

  • Reconcile and approve Accounts Payable transactions on a monthly basis, communicating any disbursement discrepancies to the Accounts Payable manager for resolution. Oversees the creation and posting of all recurring journal activities. Works with hospital departments and Budget staff to ensure that entries are added and/or updated, as needed.

  • Maintain the hospital contract file of rental property agreements. Monitors payment activity and prepares accrual transactions, as needed, on a monthly basis. Provides management with various analysis and budget revisions needed, in a timely manner.

  • Maintain accurate records of the hospitals legal expense activities, which include payments, journal transfers, and expense recoveries. Performs periodic reconciliation of General Counsel and Network Transfer centers ensuring that the hospital's expense liabilities are accurately reported.

  • Respond to questions and solves problems as requested by department managers. Educates hospital personnel in the interpretation of the monthly budget performance report, as well as other statistical and supporting schedules distributed by Finance.

  • Review general fund payment requisitions for appropriateness, assuring compliance with the hospital's general fund approval and policy guidelines as they pertain to non‑purchase order goods and services.

  • Maintain accurate accruals and/or reporting of Payroll related transactions, which include severance accruals, deferred compensation, net pay, and employee extraordinary need transactions.

    To qualify, you must have:

  • The knowledge of accounting theory and practice as applied to the healthcare field, typically acquired through a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, and at least 7 years of accounting experience.

  • A relatively high level of problem‑solving skills. Incumbent must collect information from diverse sources, apply professional principles in performing various analyses, and summarize the information and data in order to solve problems

Office/Site Location:BostonRegular, Temporary, Per Diem:Regular

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