ApolloMed (NASDAQ: AMEH) is a physician-centric, technology-powered healthcare management company. We are building and operating a novel, integrated, value-based healthcare delivery platform to empower our physicians to provide the highest quality of end-to-end care for their patients in a cost-effective manner. Our mission is to combine our clinical experience, best-in-class delivery network, and technological expertise in order to improve patient outcomes, increase access to healthcare, and make the US healthcare system more efficient.
With over a million managed lives across the country and terabytes of data generated, our software and applications need to be cutting-edge, efficient, and aligned with our core values of improving patient outcomes and empowering our providers.
We are looking for a Senior Financial Reporting Analyst to join our fast-growing team.
The Senior Financial Reporting Analyst is responsible for applying generally accepted accounting principles in accordance with U.S. GAAP, perform procedures to analyze financial information, prepare accurate and timely financial statements, and ensure appropriate internal control policies and procedures are adhered to.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assist in the preparation of internal and external financial statements in accordance with US GAAP and SEC
Ensure accurate and timely quarterly and year end close processes making certain all financial reporting deadlines are met
Assist in preparation of technical accounting memos via research, interpreting, and applying relevant technical guidance
Monitor new accounting pronouncements and SEC developments
Support budget and forecast activities, including preparation of fluxes against actual results
Coordinating with external auditors to ensure deadlines are met
Coordinating with different internal departments to collect, analyze, and report information
Prepare and review schedules required for reporting and management review
Ensure compliance and integrity of financial data with relevant laws and regulations
Help maintain and organize financial databases
Maintain SOX compliance
Assist with ad-hoc procedures as requested from management
Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or equivalent from an accredited university.
3-4 years related experience in accounting within a public company and/or public accounting firm.
Strong quantitative and analytical skills and the ability to interpret financial data, including financial statements and key ratios.
High proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel; experience involving extensive work with complex spreadsheets.
Team player who doesn't mind digging into the details.
Understanding of US GAAP and experience researching technical accounting issues.
Highly motivated individual who can work independently.