Supporting aggressively tight accounting cycle closes from a high of volume of journal entries, balance sheet reconciliations, variance analysis and explanation, to the production and review of financial statements.
Support and manage development of system improvements and enhancements (e.g. manage the Accounting process around the development of business and functional requirements, UAT and post-launch issue resolution
The Accounting Manager is responsible for daily, monthly, quarterly and annual operational activities of the Accounting department, analysis and audit functions of the department, and maintaining quality controls within the department.
Analyze financial reports including project hours and expenses and business unit SG&A expenses; review AP for proper approval and coding of business unit expenses Advise staff on non-routine financial transactions and intercompany reporting.
Individuals will serve an integral role in the Investment Accounting team and will be responsible for reviewing and maintaining the Investment Accounting function for a variety of investment types, including single-loans, loan portfolios, preferred equity, and operating real estate.
The Manager is primarily responsible for preparing a comprehensive monthly financial package for the LA Programming Finance group. The Manager prepares the Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Statements and an in-depth Programming expense financial package and variance analysis.
Prepare and review monthly and quarterly reporting, which includes same store analyses, capital expenditure reporting, cash flow and distribution analysis, annual budget and monthly forecast, budget to actual variance reporting, and supplement and 10Q/K disclosures.
Manage month-end close process for assigned companies, including preparation, processing, and review of general ledger and subledger journal entries, preparation and review of account reconciliations, fluctuation and trend analysis, and preparation and review of financial reports.
Responsible for the recording of daily transactions relating to cash transactions, accounts payable transactions, payroll transactions and premium and claims transactions, for the completion of accurate and timely accounting records and for the production of financial and regulatory reports, based on those records.
Process month and end year process, accounts payable/receivable, cash receipts, general ledger, payroll and utilities, treasury, budgeting, cash forecasting, revenue and expenditure variance analysis, capital assets reconciliations, trust account statement reconciliations, check runs, fixed asset activity, debt activity etc.