In this role, you will perform accounting functions as assigned including, but not limited to book, reconcile and report in-force premium, direct written premium ,and loss fund balance, retro accrual, cash, cash applied to A/R, bad debt allowance and non-admitted A/R on a monthly basis.
Demonstrates proven thorough abilities and success with simplifying complex processes to improve reliability and achieve cost and cycle time reductions, as well as manage work streams of a complex project to implement process improvements.
Apply knowledge of financial management, accounting, or audit principles to support a wide variety of review and analyses of business processes, systems, internal controls, and transactions impacting financial statements.
The Senior Accountant - Benefits is responsible for health and welfare accounting, such as medical, dental, life, deferred compensation, and disability benefit reserves. Perform analysis of benefit costs and benefit accrual factor.
Analyzing financial data, appropriate documentation of internal controls in accordance with SOX requirements, monitoring disclosure requirements, benchmarking, and performing other accounting, analysis and disclosure duties on a timely basis.
Preparation of accurate and timely Final Invoices in accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR); use of various financial systems to compile back-up and supporting data to meet contract specific requirements.
Analyze cost information for completeness and comparison to the original projections used to support the approved construction budget for each designated construction division. Provide insight to Director regarding any discrepancies or anomalies.
Provides accounting support for mergers and acquisitions by reviewing financial information; converting data to general ledger system; obtaining supplementary information for preparing financial statements.