Florida, Tampa-St. Petersburg-Cl
The Cash Manager applies principles of accounting and cash management to contribute to the efficient and effective workings of the Finance department by executing daily tasks with a strong attention to detail.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Coordination and reporting of overall organization s daily cash position
Performs daily activities for cash projection worksheets
Oversight of all SBU s cash projection worksheets, cash posting, reconciliation of cash disbursements and receipts to the accounting GL and bank treasury management sites
Coordination of Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable, ensuring proper separation of duties for cash controls
Ensures timely payments to vendors, ensuring all cash discounts are captured & proper procedures are followed
Coordinating monthly Employee expense report process, enforcing compliance with the Employee Travel & Expense Policy
Conduct annual review of Employee Travel & Expense Policy and recommend and implement updates upon approval by EC
Educate organizational staff about and enforce adherence to established Finance policy and procedures
Banking, processing bank deposits, trips to the bank and initiation of outgoing EFT s and wire transfers (ensuring proper authorizations are on file prior to processing)
Prepare entries to accounts, such as general ledger accounts, documenting business transactions.
Audits contracts, orders, and vouchers, and prepares reports to substantiate individual transactions prior to settlement.
Contributes to monthly, quarterly and annual financial reporting and annual audits
Documents policies & processes; reviews areas for process efficiency opportunities
Works with vendors to obtain favorable terms & rebates
Communicate and follow up with other departments, and vendors, resolving invoices and purchase order issues
May perform accounting responsibilities for Community Health Solutions and all other related SBU s
Annual 1099 processing
Perform intercompany reconciliations and manage intercompany loan payments.
Perform allocations related to credit cards, insurances and other allocated items.
3-5 years of cash management experience and accounting experience, preferably in an insurance or healthcare environment
Education and/or Experience:
A Bachelor s Degree (Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting is preferred)