Lead preparation of revenue worksheets and reconciliation for the annual Consolidated Fiscal Report (CFR), to include attending annual training and stay current with changes to revenue reporting to the CFR
Monthly revenue accruals
Recoupment analysis and record monthly entries
Participate in monthly financial reporting meetings with Business Managers to ensure that all income is properly stated with variance explanations.
Reconcile NAMI adjustments to unearned income recognized.
Certify monthly electronic rosters for Education Department with New York City Department of Education (DOE) to facilitate monthly cash payments.
Analyze NYC DOE remittance reports. Allocate amounts paid on each remittance across Education Department programs
Prepare financial year-end audit analysis memos and oversee the preparation of audit accounts receivable schedules.
Research and provide revenue and accounts receivable documentation to external auditors to satisfy audit testing and validation -- involves tracing transactions (events) from general ledger to sub-ledger.
Review AR from general ledger to sub-ledger, and identify and work with Revenue Cycle Management and Contract Management to resolve any variances.
Monitor Dynamics GP Customer Sales activity and follow up with departments regarding delinquent receivables.
Collect and summarize AR aging reports, monthly pends reports, and levels of service and vacancy reports for financial reporting package.
Identify any non-value added processes within department and recommend solutions.
Measure potential impact of significant revenue risks and opportunities to agency’s bottom line, and communicate results to Financial Management of agency.
Document, control, review and improve policies and procedures to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the department.
Use financial analysis techniques, tools and concepts to provide practical solutions and drive business results
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field required.
Minimum 5 years accounting experience, preferably with large, complex nonprofit agency.
Advance computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite (with particularly strong skills in Excel)
Ability to assist in research and analyses of technical data.
Strong communication skills, as well as excellent attention to detail.
Proven ability to work productively and collaboratively within a team-driven environment.
Flexibility to operate in a rapidly-changing work environment.
Demonstrable passion for the agency’s mission.
Internal Number: 7142
About AHRC NYC
AHRC New York City is a family governed organization committed to finding ways for people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities to build full lives as defined by each person and supported by dedicated families, staff and community partners.
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