Texas Health Resources SR Accountant in Dallas, Texas
Required minimum education:
BA/BS degree in Accounting, Finance or related field
Required minimum experience:
2 Years Accounting/Finance related experience
CPA - Certified Public Accountant preferred
Required skills (if applicable):
Expert in Microsoft Office: Outlook, Word and Excel, strong numerical aptitude, effective verbal and written communication skills, and able to learn and utilize financial/procurement database systems easily.
Job Duties/Essential Functions:
Participates in the preparation of the monthly financial statements through the preparation of journal entries, variance analysis and other assigned month end close responsibilities in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
Demonstrates a complete understanding of the various sub ledger systems that interface with the General Ledger. Ability to carry out responsibilities with limited supervision and is able to coordinate with others as necessary.
Prepare timely reconciliations of balance sheet and expense accounts as assigned. Able to provide detailed analysis of variances demonstrating judgment as to the cause and effect of account transactions and reconciling items.
Participates in the preparation of work papers, schedules and other supporting documents for monthly close, budgets, external audit, tax reporting and other regulatory reporting.
Located at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine contains 40,000 sq ft of research and office space, with 7 major laboratories supported by approximately 40 technical staff. Our broad areas of interest include environmental physiology (temperature regulation, high altitude physiology, hyperbaric medicine, water immersion), respiratory physiology, cardiovascular regulation, neural control of the circulation, muscle metabolism, and neurocognitive science. Each laboratory, led by a specific faculty member, has both a research focus and a clinical application; as such, this institute is one of a very few clinical research centers in the world that fosters the fusion of basic science and clinical medicine in a program designed specifically to study human physiology.
Employment opportunities are only reflective of wholly owned Texas Health Resources entities.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employees or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.