Audit, Tax & Regulatory Reporting Manager

Sheppard Enoch Pratt Hospital   •  

Baltimore, MD

Industry: Healthcare


5 - 7 years

Posted 41 days ago

As the Audit, Tax & Regulatory Reporting Manager, you will:

  • · Be responsible for the coordination of all Foundation financial audits and oversees the preparation of related schedules and notes.
  • · Oversee the preparation of various external reports including Medicare and Medicaid cost reports, Heath Services Cost Review Commission (HSCRC) filings, annual corporate tax returns, and various other benefit plan filings.
  • · Participate and assist in annual budgeting processes and financial survey submissions.
  • · Supervise Senior Accountant and additional professional staff as required


  • · A professional level of knowledge of accounting, auditing principles, theory, and practices as well as non-profit income tax law - acquired through a bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, or related field and CPA licensure.
  • · 5-7 years of progressively responsible nonprofit healthcare experience which demonstrates:
    • o comprehensive knowledge of non- profit healthcare accounting and financial reporting, internal audit practices, and HSCRC and Internal Revenue Service rules and reporting requirements;
    • o experience supervising and managing functions, and work with hospital tax returns;
    • o significant experience coordinating complex organizational audits;.
    • o extensive knowledge and familiarity with financial accounting and reporting software as well as strong excel skills.
  • · Strong analytical abilities sufficient to help prepare and analyze financial statements for multiple corporations; prepare related financial statement note disclosures, coordinate audit requirements for multiple corporations and benefit plans, and interpret/reflect financial information and changes in the organization properly on corporate tax returns.
  • · Extensive and strong interpersonal verbal and written communication skills to effectively interact with senior finance staff as well as external auditors and to effectively supervise assigned professional accounting staff (21-50% of work time).

· Constant (more than 80% of work time) attention to details while coordinating limited resources to complete various accounting tasks and analyses, prepare and submit reports, and coordinate audits, all of which involve frequent and competing deadlines, which produces a high level of mental/visual fatigue.