Job Description

Financial Services


General Ledger Specialist I

Roy Lester Schneider Hospital


(Full Time)

The General Ledger I role responsible for performing a wide variety of complex and non-routine accounting and auditing functions in accordance with standard procedures in one or more of the following areas: general accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable and all other related financial areas. This is a professional position within the finance department requiring independent judgment in the application of GAAP. The General Ledger I position is responsible for maintaining the revenue reserve models, leading the general ledger closing process and documentation of the processes. This position also assists in the preparation and analysis of the departmental budgets and revenue/expense reports. Works closely with external department heads on reporting and addressing budget to actual variances. Reviews the monthly accounts payable accrual entries, the reconciliation of bank accounts, journal entries and balances in the general or subsidiary and ledgers. The General Ledger I position is responsible for reconciling general ledger accounts and assists with fixed assets inventory and reconciliation and accounting for equipment depreciation as needed. The General Ledger I Accountant position requires contact with other departments and/or outside agencies to resolve problems when necessary. This person will assume responsibility and accountability for the duties and is cognizant of the philosophy, standards, objectives, and policies of the Schneider Regional Medical Center and the Finance Department. Starting Salary: Based on Experience.


Medical, Dental, Vision, & Life Insurance.

Hazards & Physical Requirements

This work is performed in a sedentary setting and involves
prolonged periods of sitting, some standing and walking; may involve exertion of up to 10 lbs.

Specific Requirements

Ability to use sound judgment in explanation of accounting outcomes,
and work with department leaders in assisting with departmental needs. Recommends process
improvements to increase efficiency in processing or analyzing financial information. Proficient in
the use of MS-Excel.