Position Summary: The Financial Reporting Supervisor is primarily responsible for the preparation of monthly, quarterly, and annual accounting close and other activities. This position will report directly to the Director, Financial Accounting. Responsibilities: Essential Duties
Assist with monthly, quarterly, and annual accounting close, including preparation and issuance of financial reports and data analysis.
Assist internal and/or external auditors with periodic auditing of the organization’s financial records and statements.
Reconciles treasury work papers and assist with preparation of monthly Cash Flow Forecast
Perform reconciliations and reviews of various general ledger accounts, tracking assets, liabilities, expenses, and revenues.
Assists with Ad Hoc Reporting & Analysis
Preparation of Journal Entries via utilization of WinShuttle
Preparation of quarterly, annual Governmental Survey’s
Preparation of Debt Summary Schedule & maintain debt agreements.
Assist with preparation of Annual Pension Financial Statements & filing of 5500’s.
Identify opportunities for improvement and implementing ways to drive consistency, efficiencies, and simplification in our accounting, financial reporting, and processes.
Investigate and resolve management questions and other business needs.
Assist with implementation of emerging guidance and changing regulations, as needed.
Supervise, monitor, lead, and support accounting team.
Maintain/develop expertise over SAP accounting systems and other key modules of the organization’s operations that have a material effect on the accounting results.
The job function listed is not exhaustive and shall also include any responsibilities as assigned by the Supervisor from time to time.
General: It shall be the duty of every employee while at work to take reasonable care for safety and health of himself / herself and other person.
Expertise: Knowledge & Skills
Requires full working knowledge of relevant business practices and procedures in a professional field. Uses standard theories, principles and concepts and integrates them to propose a course of action.
Provides direct or indirect supervision to a group of employees, assigning tasks and checking work at frequent intervals. Accountabilities include work and people scheduling, performance management and recommendations for hiring decisions.
Judgement is required in resolving all day-to-day problems.
Contacts are primarily with department supervisors, leads, subordinates, and peers. Occasional contact with external contractors/vendors.
CPA certification preferred.
Advanced proficiency in Microsoft excel (pivot tables, charts)
Proficient use of SAP financial system
Proficiency with PowerPoint
Proficiency with Microsoft Teams
Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
Strong management skills
Effective communication skills
Prior experience with general ledger financial account reconciliation analysis required.