Controller, CHPA
Children's Hospital Boston 136 reviews - Boston, MA

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General Summary The Controller oversees the budget, accounts payable, and financial reporting of the Children’s Hospital Pediatric Associates (CHPA). Provides support and oversight to the divisions in their budget process, financial controls and reporting. Monitors and reports interim financial statements and performance relative to budget. Coordinates the year‑end audit and preparation of the audited financial statements including the interpretation of accounting principles and development of all required disclosures. Designs and maintains appropriate accounting controls to assure accuracy of the general ledger, payroll, and accounts payable information. Assures compliance with all regulatory filings.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities 1. Develops, coordinates and presents the annual operating budget including major operational and financial assumptions and trends.

3. Prepares interim financial statements, including assessment of performance to budget, variance analyses and balance sheet reconciliation.

4. Coordinates, interprets and discloses accounting pronouncements and principles in preparation of year‑end audited financial statements.

5. Assures compliance with all filings, including certain federal and state tax filings, and W‑2 and 1099 wage filings.

6. Maintain and implement policies related to payroll, accounts payable, and budget, and coordinates with divisions to ensure compliance.

7. Maintain, develop, and implement internal controls (including appropriate separation of duties) to ensure financial and statistical data integrity and ensure compliance with those controls on an ongoing basis.

8. Supports the development and ongoing monitoring of operational reports and cost accounting activities.

Minimum Knowledge and Skills required by the Job 1. Work requires the knowledge of theories, principles, and concepts typically acquired through completion of a Master's degree in business administration, accounting or finance or a closely related field and at least five to six years experience in healthcare. CPA preferred.

2. Work requires the analytical skills to resolve human resources, legal, financial, or administrative issues.

3. Work requires excellent communication and interpersonal skills in order to work effectively with foundation administrative staff to ensure that internal controls are implemented and maintained.

Certification, Registration, or Licensure required by the Job Current certification as a Certified Public Accountant.

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