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Financial Reporting Manager | Health Insurance Company
Long Island City, NY

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$120,000 - $140,000 / yr


Financial Reporting Manager | Fortune 500 Health Company
 
 

You could be the one who changes everything for this health carrier’s 25 million members. They are transforming the health of communities, one person at a time. As a diversified, multi-national organization, you’ll have access to competitive benefits including a fresh perspective on workplace flexibility.

 

Six Figure Salary + Paid Relocation + Bonus + Benefits

 

Manage the compilation of SEC filings and research and develop technical accounting position papers for Corporate accounting issues. Interact with the Corporate Controller, external auditors, and third party experts on complex accounting matters. Manage the financial reporting and accounting associated with consolidation transactions.

  • Prepare quarterly and annual SEC filings and related XBRL submissions
  • Review equity accounting and related disclosures
  • Prepare position papers for complex accounting issues based on research
  • Research accounting for complex consolidation transactions
  • Present accounting positions to the Controller, CFO and external auditors

 

Our Comprehensive Benefits Package:

• Flexible work solutions including remote options, hybrid work schedules and dress flexibility

• Competitive pay

• Paid Time Off including paid holidays

•  Health insurance coverage for you and dependents

• 401(k) and stock purchase plans

• Tuition reimbursement and best-in-class training and development

•  Review public filings for technical compliance

 
Qualifications:

 

Education/Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting.
  • 5+ years of related accounting experience, preferably in a Big 4 firm.
  • Licenses/Certifications: CPA.
 
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