Westminster Canterbury Richmond is a premier continuing care retirement community known for its tradition of service excellence. The Senior Financial Analyst will manage, plan and conduct the financial reporting for the Corporation and subsidiaries in accordance with General Accepted Accounting Principles. This role also provides supervision to designated staff to ensure compliance with AV Powell reporting as well as other areas of accounting.
MAJOR ACCOUNTABILITIES/ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:
Interview, hire, supervise, coach, evaluate, discipline and assist employees in setting and meeting performance goals. Develop and monitor performance and responsibilities of assigned staff while monitoring staffing patterns. Ensure compliance with all GAAP regulations and monitor compliance closely. Prepare journal entries and reconciliations of assigned accounts. Review Fellowship accounts for accuracy, maintain fellowship database and produce statistical Fellowship report. Oversee daily tasks and work with staff to continuously improve employee productivity and efficiency. Meet with staff for progressive development to ensure staff success and assure there is equity in the processes. Complete company’s insurance applications yearly and work with insurance brokers regularly. Perform biennial review of resident personal financial data and input into actuarial program to determine facility future service obligation to residents.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITY:
Minimum 5 years’ experience in financial accounting or equivalent field
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Products
Additional Salary Information: As one of Richmond’s Top 50 Employers, we offer competitive salary and benefits along with perks including an onsite gym, fitness classes, on site banking, and award winning on-site child education and care with a generous employee discount.
Westminster Canterbury Richmond is a premier continuing care retirement community (CCRC) known for its tradition of service excellence. As the eighth largest single-site CCRC in the country, we offer a dynamic faith-based, mission-driven environment for professionals to flourish. A Northside distinction: Westminster Canterbury Richmond was founded in 1971 by the Episcopal and Presbyterian churches... and opened in 1975. Westminster Canterbury Richmond was the first among Richmond-area retirement communities to earn accreditation by the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (now CARF-CCAC), the independent authority that evaluates all aspects of a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC). We have held that distinction continuously since 1987. Fewer than 15% of all CCRCs in America have accreditation through CARF-CCAC.
As one of Richmond’s Top 50 employers, we offer discounted on-site early childhood education, a faith-based, mission-driven environment, and an opportunity to build meaningful relationships while providing exceptional care to our residents. If you are committed to the highest standards of excellence and service, consider making a career out of caring through our wide variety of opportunities at Westminster Canterbury Richmond.