The Treasury Services Receipts role is a cross-functional role that will serve the Corporate Finance team in a variety of accounting and operating activities. The roles primary responsibilities will be for timely and efficient posting of cash transactions affecting the fiduciary receivables for Lucent Health. In addition, the role will help facilitate the delivery of month end banking reconciliations and overall financial outlooks for the fiduciary side of Lucent. This is a new role and will require the development and implementation of new processes and procedures as well as recurring financial and statistical reports.
This position will report to Corporate Finance Management and have visibility to the CEO, CFO, and CIO of the Company. One of Lucent Health’s main objectives is to be an industry leader in data-driven healthcare technology solutions and this position will have a direct impact on achieving that goal.
Minimum Education Licensure and Professional Certification requirement:
High School Diploma or equivalent
Degree in business, accounting, or related field preferred but not required.
Maintain general accounting duties of fiduciary and operating activity related to cash collections.
Support cash posting into NetSuite timely and efficiently of fiduciary and operating accounts in relation to receivables and payables.
Assist in special projects requiring ad-hoc reporting through critical-thinking and troubleshooting with necessary company personnel.
Minimum Experience Required
Minimum of two years related accounting experience and/or training
NetSuite experience is a plus, but not needed, strong Excel skills (Pivot tables, basic formula writing, etc.) and proficient with 10-key and other calculation skills.
Willingness to think creatively and offer new solutions.
Required Skills and Abilities
Ability to analyze and interpret financial data.
Attention to detail and quality.
Strong organization and time management skills; effectively handle multiple projects.
Excellent communication and problem-solving skills
Aptitude for working independently and within a team in a collaborative environment.
Improve financial and operational effectiveness by developing a base of internal controls as well as testing measures to ensure the accuracy and reliability of resulting activity.
Assess Lucent Healths direction toward the goals and objectives set by the board of directors and C-suite executive.
Evaluate new banking products and services.
Ensure accurate maintenance of bank account, balance, bank/Treasury systems and bank cost information.