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Fluor, together with its joint-venture partner AECOM, has been awarded a four-year program delivery support services contract for the California High-Speed Rail program by the California High-Speed Rail Authority, to provide program delivery and program management services to support one of the largest planned infrastructure projects in the U.S.
The system will connect the 500-mile stretch between the Los Angeles region with the San Francisco Bay Area, with up to 24 stations. The first phase of the program is currently under construction in California’s Central Valley.
Under the direction of the Accounting Administrator II, the Senior Financial Analyst is responsible for providing analysis, reconciliations, and reporting of California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority) financial information, specifically in the area of Capital Asset accounting, interpretation and implementation assistance with GASB pronouncements, contingent liabilities, internal controls, and auditing to ensure the proper financial reporting is followed. The position also requires expert skills in the use of Microsoft Excel for development and support of methodologies, processes, and practices specific to the management of accounting, budgets, funding, and expenditures across the program and consistent with State and Federal statutory reporting requirements. Prior experience creating, interpreting, and analyzing data pertaining to accounting, budgeting, expenditures, cash flow analysis and funding required. Excellent organizational and communication skills and the ability to work successfully in a collaborative environment with colleagues and client personnel are required.
Supports the Authority’s Accounting Branch Capital Asset Section in gathering, analyzing, recording, and reviewing asset related transactions for the complete and proper inclusion in the Authority’s financial reports. Provides support in gathering, analyzing, and reporting contingent liabilities in the year-end financial statements. Provides accounting expertise and support to the Capital Asset Section to aid in creating best in class asset analysis and reporting functionality. Assists in reviewing, updating, and writing policy, procedure, and desk aids as needed for the Accounting Branch.
Acts as the Capital Asset team lead supporting the Capital Asset Accounting Administrator II (AAII) and other Accounting Branch management members as needed. Assists the AAII in verifying and reviewing staff work, ensuring staff follow procedures and properly interprets complex accounting transactions and supporting documents to ensure accuracy of the Authority’s asset base. Ensures capital asset working files represent complete, accurate, and clear support for the month-end and year-end financial reports. Supports the AAII in creating the year-end Report 18 & 19 and GAAP financial statements.
Supports the Accounting Administrator II in working with key internal stakeholders in ensuring the Authority meets GASB 34 compliance for infrastructure asset reporting under the Modified Approach.
Provides subject matter expert guidance in communicating complex asset data analysis requirements for cross functional teams usability in data integration between FI$Cal asset management records and the Enterprise Asset Management (MAXIMO). Assists the Accounting Administrator II with interpretation and implementation of GASB pronouncements.
Performs special projects assigned by supervisor or managers.
Performs other job-related duties as
Job ID: 142507BR
Country: United States
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