Our client is an industry leader in improving patient health and healthcare by delivering innovative surgical laser technology to hospitals and healthcare professionals completely on demand. Present in more than 40 states, physicians enjoy the latest generation of surgical technologies from certified medical device manufacturers through our pay-per-use model.
The Staff Accountant will assist the Director of Accounting in the management of all accounting and finance functions. This position will lead any jurisdictional tax audits and inquiries and support the annual tax and yearend audit processes. The position will also be responsible for all Fixed Asset Accounting and related responsibilities, including depreciation and amortization schedules, and other accounting duties as assigned.
Prepares consolidated internal and external financial statements by gathering and analyzing information from the general ledger system and from departments.
Completes the month end process to include journal entries, account analysis and balance sheet reconciliations
Assists in the preparation of financial reports such as financial statements and budget performance
Maintains all detailed fixed asset records including, but not limited to, additions, depreciation, amortization, retirements, transfers, and adjustments
Maintain Capital Lease Schedules and all related accounting and reporting
Prepare, review, and file multi-jurisdictional sales/use, property tax, business and occupation tax returns for monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, and annual filings; ensuring deadlines are met
Prepare and maintain business license applications, gross receipts and commercial activities returns, business census surveys, and any tax related credit applications or programs
Assist in identifying, developing, and on-boarding new tax jurisdictions, as well as, monitoring legislative and regulatory developments
Serve as point of contact internally and externally for tax related inquiries, coordinating audits, and overseeing responses to notices from taxing jurisdictions; including the documentation of audit assessments, appeals and closing agreements
Support all financial related audits including compliance, internal and external audits
Trains new employees on accounting procedures as required
Develops and implements accounting procedures by analyzing current processes, recommending changes
Performs other related duties, tasks, and responsibilities as required
A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance; CPA preferred
3-5 Years previous work experience in accounting or Finance required; Multi-company, Multi-Jurisdiction experience preferred