Controller in Gainesville, FL at Vaco

Date Posted: 7/31/2019

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Job Description

Controllers, let Vaco advocate for you and you'll have an advantage over your competition! Our recruiters have direct relationships with hiring managers, so they can connect your work experience to the open job. Our client has an immediate opportunity for an experienced Controller. Instead of being another faceless resume, let Vaco promote your strengths to the hiring manager while preparing you for that specific interview.

As a Controller, you will serve as a financial expert for our client. This involves handling a variety of general to complex accounting functions, providing analytical support, and supervising staff.

Controller responsibilities:

    • Overall responsibility for the general accounting function, including the monthly close process and financial reporting including analysis vs budget/forecast.
    • Oversees all ledgers and reporting systems ensuring compliance with GAAP.
    • Rolls up sleeves to dig into the reporting platform to prepare and analyze accurate, timely, monthly, quarterly, physician/ancillary and corporate financial reports with variances to benchmarks.
    • Overall leadership and management of the Accounting department.
    • Proactively reviews financial controls, policies, procedures, processes.
    • Implements enhancements to reduce error and variability all to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the corporation's operations.
    • Comply with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements and tax filings
    • Develops and implements policies and standard procedures that improve performance within the Accounting Department.
    • Support the CFO in other functional accounting/finance areas, including but not limited to, cash management, budgeting, forecasting, debt covenant reporting and Board reporting.
    • Assures the establishment of feedback loops through quality improvement strategies/programs to continually improve and refine processes.
    • Manage and train Accounting staff; fosters a positive working environment for staff; attracts and retains motivated employees and appropriately rewards positive results.
    • Demonstrates strong relationship management and both written and verbal communication skills that provide for handling challenging interpersonal situations respectfully and gracefully
    • Identifies and proactively addresses issues that will impede success.
    • Physician facing finance 'point person 'able to effectively communicate financial reports along with performance improvement plans to physicians and other stakeholders.
    • Participate in all financial planning functions including but not limited to annual budgeting, forecasting, analysis of actual to budget and forecast. Annual budget will include but not limited to Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Cash Flow, Capital Projects, and Consolidate Statements.
    • Drives continued automation of all financial and operational reporting processes as the business grows and scales through acquisitions.
    • Develop provider and location based financial, operational, revenue cycle management data into cohesive scorecard; conduct root cause analysis, variance to benchmark; track and trend results; develop performance improvement plans.