Central Florida Communities
Demonstrate skills relating to accounting concepts including reconciliation of bank accounts, time cards, billings, knowledge of Medicaid and Medicare regulations. For purposes of effective communication with residents, families and staff must be able to see, hear, speak, read and write English. Maintain ability to stretch, push, pull, kneel, reach, twist, sit for up to two hours, lift unassisted at 15 lbs and do repetitive motions with the hands.
1. Notify supervisor of any irregularities and/or policy exceptions.
2. Maintain personnel files, with medical files (physical & TB test copies separate from personnel files. Orient new employees, responding to 401 (k) and health insurance, Short Term Disability and Life insurance questions. Scan in Docuware.
3. Prepare payroll, enter all edits, PTO and all related duties. Run payroll reports, monitor new employees, as well as monthly evaluations. Update Therap with terminated employees.
4. Prepare monthly revenue billings. Audit daily and prepare monthly census reports to correspond with revenue billings and Accounts payable. Input Accounts Receivable billing. Maintain a current resident file for Medicaid and Medicare I.D. numbers and their benefits from State and Federal funds.
5. Manage and track Family and Medical Leaves (FML).
6. Coordinate the filing of Worker’s compensation and Insurance claims with Administrator and Risk Manager. Prepare company log and OSHA Report.
7. Review and analyze facility budget reports for supplies as requested by the Administrator. Distribute facility budget reports to department supervisors.
8. Be responsible for initial review, approvals and coding of accounts payable invoices. Where contract exists, agree payment to contract log. Review and process employee expense records. Maintain outstanding cash advances spreadsheet and clear in timely manner.
9. Maintain an organized office, answer telephones, greet visitors and give tours as needed.
10. Deposit checks into Regular and Resident Trust accounts and prepare deposit reports (resident and facility). Coordinate all Resident Trust questions and then forward to supervisor as needed.
11. Ensures residents’ rights and promotes optimal quality of life standards. Reports any incident of abuse in accordance with facility procedure and the Disabled Persons Abuse Negligence Act. Adheres to policies related to boundaries with individuals. Attends required abuse risk management training. Reports suspicious and inappropriate behaviors. Adheres to job specific abuse risk management responsibilities. Ensures individuals are properly signed in and signed out. Ensures only authorized adults are allowed in the facility.
12. Demonstrates understanding of, and complies with, all policies related to safety. Performs work safely and without injury to self or others. Identifies hazards or dangerous behaviors in the environment and takes immediate action to avoid, mitigate or eliminate, and report hazardous conditions or unsafe behaviors. Ensures the safety of self, residents/consumers, co-workers, families, guardians and visitors at all times.
13. Perform other duties as required, i.e., filing, telephone contact with vendors, Social Security and DCF Interface with physician /hospitals regarding residents’ billings. Maintain supply cabinet for facility, including ordering and distributing supplies for staff.
14. Adhere to attendance policy. Report to work on time as scheduled. Completes required training and attends staff meetings.
15. Project a professional appearance and a willing, positive and courteous expression in performing tasks. Cooperates with fellow workers, supervisors, residents, visitors, etc. in performing tasks.
16. Ensure compliance with all federal and state rules and regulations. Complete other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $14.00 /hour
- Driver’s License (Preferred)
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