The GA OBGyn Society has an immediate opening for a Part-Time Accountant Professional.

The Georgia Obstetrical and Gynecological Society, the state membership association for OBGyn
physicians with more than 1,000 physician members, is seeking a detail-oriented part-time
accountant to oversee the organization’s financial accounting. This is a part-time, hourly position (up
to 30 hours a week) with flexible business time hours. The staff of the nonprofit association provides
leadership and services to physician members such as newsletter and communication, education and
conferences, support of volunteer board of directors and partnership grant activities relating to
women’s health. This new team member will become part of a small dedicated staff aimed at
activities to improve women’s healthcare in the state. Not suited for accounting business firms and
please no phone calls or drop-ins.

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Accountant will:
– Prepares asset, liability and capital account entries by compiling and analyzing account entries
– Documents final transactions by entering account information
– Recommends financial actions by analyzing accounting options
– Summarizes current financial status by collecting information, preparing balance sheet, profit and loss statement and other reports
– Record payroll, depreciation and accruals to validate revenue and expense
– Insure payroll for part-time employees entered in system for twice monthly payroll and journal entry. Insure W-9’s completed for contract employees
– Reconcile general ledger at month end, quarter end and at year end to ensure all revenues and expenses have been recorded properly
– Create an annual budget
– Reconcile bank accounts
– Complies with federal, state and local financial legal requirements
– Maintains accounting controls, create audit schedules and work with auditor for annual audit
– Work with CPA tax accountant filing annual taxes and 1099 preparation
– Create a yearly rate schedule and yearly budget for Georgia Dept. of Health (DPH) grant funding based on deliverables
– Create monthly invoice governmental grant, accumulate data from staff working under the grant
– Attend grant meetings for comprehension of deliverables
– Attend monthly budget meetings with Executive Director to review budget performance
– Present annual budget proposal to Executive Director for approval by the board yearly
– Attend quarterly board meetings for to assist in finance detail matters
– Assist in accounting oversight of four state meeting events yearly
– Travel one week per year with ample notice and planning
– Attend five meeting per year during part of the weekend with ample notice

Qualifications and Requirements:
– 4 year accounting degree
– 5 years accounting experience
– Advanced experience with Sage accounting software, MS Office programs
– Extensive knowledge of US generally accepted accounting principles
– Some knowledge of HR and payroll
– History of working with government grants desirable