Northern Cochise Community Hospital, Inc., located in Willcox, AZ, is seeking a Full Time Accountant to join our team! NCCH provides health services as a 24-bed Critical Access Hospital with a 6 bed ER and busy ancillary services as well as two off-site Rural Health Clinics.
The Accountant will assist the Director of Finance by applying principles of accounting to analyze financial information and prepare financial reports. Responsible for performing various accounting functions including reconciling accounts, preparing reports and maintaining accurate accounting records. Under the Director of Finances' guidance, assists with the development, completion and publishing of the annual budget as well as ad hoc analyses and reports as requested.
Essential Functions: Assists with the maintenance of general ledger accounts and preparing monthly financial statements for review and approval: - Assists with general ledger close-out and journal entries relating to accounts payable, payroll, accounts receivable, fixed assets depreciation, and purchasing. - Analyzes general ledger accounts as directed. - Prepares monthly board package, as directed. - Prepares data for senior management review. - Ensures that financial records are maintained with the highest degree of accuracy. - Participates in cost analyses and rate studies, as directed. Reconciles all bank accounts, and balance sheet accounts: - Submits reconciliation of bank accounts (excluding operating account) on a monthly basis to Director of Finance. - Reconciles some balance sheet accounts on a monthly basis - Maintains general and subsidiary ledgers. Assists Director of Finance with various annual, quarterly, or on demand audits or reporting, etc. - Compiles information requested for annual financial audit, Medicare Cost reports, 990 filings, UAR filings, etc. - Assists with submissions of information to the chosen audit firm and/or cost report firm - Assists with preparation of various reports required by government regulation and/or third party payers.
Secondary Functions: - Maintains vendor and provider contracts - Serves as a back up to Accounts Payable - Other duties as assigned.
Applications available online, and please fax a Resume to (520) 829-9448. EOEP
Education and/or Experience: Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting or related Business Management field required, but direct cost accounting experience in a Hospital may be considered in lieu of Bachelor's degree. Cost accounting experience in a Critical Access Hospital or Accounting experience in a non-profit healthcare facility preferred. Minimum 5 years work experience in finance strongly preferred.
Necessary Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: - Knowledge of accounting principles and financial reporting requirements. - Demonstrated abilities with Microsoft Office Suite in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc. - Strong working knowledge and demonstrated abilities to create and maintain Excel spreadsheets. - Ability to use 10-key calculator by touch, as well as ability to create and utilize computer spreadsheets. - Ability to communicate effectively, work with minimum supervision and prioritize work load. - Ability to maintain confidentiality of all records.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Certified Public Accountant (CPA) preferred but not required.
Additional Salary Information: Salary dependent on experience
Internal Number: 08062018
About Northern Cochise Community Hospital
Northern Cochise Community Hospital, Inc. (NCCH), located in Willcox AZ, is a comprehensive, non-profit, independent, healthcare system that services Northern Cochise County as well as neighboring communities in Southeast Arizona.
NCCH is a 24 bed Critical Access Hospital, with two off site rural health clinics, Sulphur Springs Medical Center and Sunsites Medical Clinic.
Our Mission: We are here to ensure the people of Willcox and the communities we serve have access to exceptional patient care that is close to where they live.
Our Vision: to be your choice for healthcare resulting in healthier communities for the people in our district and beyond.
Our Values: We care about the people we serve and will attend to their individual needs in a timely manner. We will work together to keep and maintain the health, comfort, and safety of the communities we serve. Compassion, Integrity, Community, Trust
This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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