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Olivetta restaurant is seeking a full-time Bookkeeper to assist their Management and Accounting teams in managing the clerical side of the day-to-day operations of the business. With so much going on in a restaurant, it’s up to the bookkeeper to keep all the records straight. Bookkeepers must balance budgets, revenue and expenses on a regular basis that include staffing, food costs, capital expenses and maintenance.

Basic Function: The bookkeeper position creates financial transactions and generates reports from that information. The creation of financial transactions includes posting information to accounting journals or accounting software from such sources as point-of-sale systems, payroll software, cash & credit receipts, and supplier invoices. The bookkeeper also reconciles accounts to ensure their accuracy.

Principal Accountabilities:

Purchase supplies and equipment as authorized by management

Monitor office supply levels and reorder as necessary

Tag and monitor fixed assets

Pay supplier invoices in a timely manner

Take all reasonable discounts on supplier invoices

Pay any debt as it comes due for payment

Monitor debt levels and compliance with debt covenants

Ensure that receivables are collected promptly

Record cash receipts and make bank deposits

Conduct a monthly reconciliation of every bank account

Conduct periodic reconciliations of all accounts to ensure their accuracy

Maintain the petty cash fund

Issue financial statements

Provide information to the external accountant who creates the company’s financial statements

Assemble information for external auditors for the annual audit

Calculate and issue financial analysis of the financial statements

Maintain an orderly accounting filing system

Maintain the chart of accounts

Maintain the annual budget

Calculate variances from the budget and report significant issues to management

Comply with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements

Process payroll in a timely manner

Provide clerical and administrative support to management as requested

Follow accounting policies and procedures

Reconciling Orders and Receipts:

Our bookkeeper must check to see that orders match receipts. Software can handle this reconciliation to some degree, but we need a bookkeeper to review the results provided by software to see if there are any errors or omissions. The business can lose a lot of money if we are not collecting payment in full on customer food orders.

Food and Supplies Budget:

Because several people may order food and supplies, our bookkeeper must keep an eye on our budget to ensure the head chef and the restaurant manager are not ordering too much because they work independently of each other. In addition, our bookkeeper should inspect storage shelves so records of what was ordered are accurate.

Payroll and Vendor Payments:

Our bookkeeper must check time cards to ensure that employees are being paid accurately. This person must also tally up payroll taxes, income tax withholding and worker’s compensation figures in the company ledger. In addition, the bookkeeper must reconcile vendor invoices with orders and check that payments for supplies and services are accurate. Checks are often prepared by the bookkeeper for the owner’s signature. Bills are reconciled and payments made on schedules to maintain good credit scores for the eatery’s management.

Deposits:

The bookkeeper should prepare deposit slips at the close of business each day. This involves comparing cash receipts, checks and credit card payments with total sales for the day.

Sales Tax:

The bookkeeper should maintain records of sales tax obligations and pay sales tax for the restaurant. We should receive an accounting from the bookkeeper regarding how much sales tax we are paying each week.

Weekly Reports:

Our bookkeeper should issue a weekly report of sales and expenses. This can be done with the aid of software, but should be checked personally by the bookkeeper. The report should note any areas where the restaurant is over budget and should identify any losses of cash so that we can examine our operation to update cash controls in any problem department.

Desired Qualifications: 

The bookkeeper candidate should have an Associate's degree in accounting or business administration, or equivalent business experience, as well as a knowledge of bookkeeping and generally accepted accounting principles. Preference will be given to candidates with a working knowledge of the Paychex accounting software package. Should be very detail oriented.


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Jamaica Bay Inn is now hiring for a full-time night auditor.

The Jamaica Bay Inn is part of Pacifica Hotels with beautiful coastal properties throughout California. We are looking for outgoing and upbeat team members to ensure all of our guests have a wonderful experience. We welcome all applicants that enjoy working with people. Hotel experience is a plus, but not required. Flexible availability is preferred.

We look forward to reviewing your application and meeting you soon! Pacifica Hotels is an Equal Opportunity Employer www.pacificahotels.com/careers Benefits of working with Pacifica Hotels: Experienced Leadership & Professional Development With over 40 years in the hospitality industry and over 1,200 employees, Pacifica Hotels Corporate Leadership and on-property hotel teams have the experience and insight to help you truly excel. Many of our key executives began their very own hospitality careers with us from front of house, and have grown their career right alongside their passion. Hands-On Training With a unique blend of online learning, on-site training, and quarterly regional workshops, Pacifica Hotels team members are set up with the keys to a successful career in hospitality. Pacifica's Certified Trainer & Management Development Programs encourage growth and development within our company. Customized learning plans allow our team to build the skills and knowledge needed for peak performance. Health Benefits, Travel Perks & More Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance, 401K, Vacation and Sick Leave benefits are available to each team member. Pacifica Hotels is also pleased to offer a Team Member Travel Program, encouraging each team member to visit sister properties and enjoy exclusive team member rates for rest and relaxation. Pacifica Hotels also encourages quarterly team building activities as well as giving back to the communities in which we work and live through regular volunteering, and select charity promotions throughout the year.

Pacifica Hotels is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $16.00 to $16.50 /hour


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The Tracy Anderson training team consists of passionate dancers

and fitness professionals who strive to deliver the optimal workout

experience for clients across the globe. Whether teaching classes

in one of our global studios, or breaking down movements in a

video series for the TA Online Studio, our trainers have the unique

opportunity to work alongside the leading innovators of the fitness

industry. With over 20 years of experience, our team transforms the

bodies and lives of thousands of women and men who want to feel

like they are the best version of themselves.

As a Tracy Anderson trainer, your performances will be key

in continuing the Tracy Anderson Method’s world-renowned

recognition for achieving life-changing results.

Submit headshot and resume to confirm audition space

Where & When:

Tracy Anderson Method

12345 Ventura Blvd., Suite L.

Studio City, CA 90049

Saturday February 22nd, 2020

2:00 PM


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We are in need of a great Auditor with Film and Television experience.  You will will be responsible for the following:



  • You will ensure that all reporting and calculations are correct by reviewing and analyzing contracts, memos, and abstracts for both film and television properties.

  • Oversee audit engagements and budgets needed to complete them

  • Work with studios to get proper information, contracts, memos, etc.

  • Handle all final reports with adjustment proposals and calculations

  • Manage your team of auditors to get best results in a timely manner

  • Be the "go to" person for all new changes in laws, contracts, and agreements that will affect audit outcomes.


Qualifications desired:



  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Mathematics, Economics, or related field

  • CPA or CFE is preferred

  • 5+ years of previous work experience in related audit or accounting field

  • Knowledgeable in the film and television accounting cycles

  • Expert at reading and interpreting contracts

  • Advanced proficiency in Excel and accounting/financial software.  

  • Excellent written and verbal communications


A comprehensive benefits package is offered to you which includes: medical, dental, vision, wellness, 401(k), and profit sharing. We love what we do and we reward our employees for "jobs well done."  We offer advancement in job title and money.  We pay for continued education. We want to keep our employees and do all we can to make your work/life balance just right.


Please submit your resume today for consideration.


 


Company Description

Blaine and Associates, Inc. is a boutique search firm specializing in Management, Accounting, Real Estate, Hospitality, Human Resources, Marketing, Administrative and Legal positions.


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Janus International, the leading manufacturer of steel roll-up doors and building components designed for the self-storage, industrial and commercial door dealer markets, is looking for a Unit Auditor for the West Coast. The Unit Auditor is responsible for creating scopes of work for new systems, remixes, door replacements, lockers, liner installs, office renovations, conversions, expansions, and hallway construction as designed by Janus.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:



  • Perform site visits nationally to gather all pertinent information for proposals.

  • Creating detailed reports for estimating department to include photos and detailed reports consistent with department requirements regarding standard and nonstandard conditions as they exist on the property.

  • Determine scope of work based on analysis of job site to pass to estimating team.

  • Identify adverse situations that require specialized products or additional labor.

  • Prepare site plan for drafting team with all pertinent dimensions necessary.

  • Measure and report onsite conditions as they relate to the construction of Janus products.

  • Train customers on the means and methods of the door replacement program and the maintenance and adjustments of Janus doors.

  • Communicate with customers as requests develop, to get a true understanding of the conditions that exist and the customers’ expectations relative to the scope of work.

  • Management of installers and close out of projects per Janus policy.

  • Follow-up with customers to receive sign-offs.

  • Extensive travel required.

  • Other duties as required.


JOB SPECIFICATIONS:



  • Bachelor’s degree preferred. Minimum of three years related experience.

  • Excellent computer skills required including Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word, and Project, E Builder).

  • Advanced technical and troubleshooting skills.

  • Valid Driver’s License Required


PHYSICAL DEMANDS:


  • Regularly required to sit, stand, and walk.

 


Company Description

Janus International Group, LLC is the leading manufacturer of steel roll-up doors and building components designed for the self storage, industrial and commercial door dealer markets.


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Our client is looking for LVN auditor/Case Manager.It's a full-time permanent position. Kindly apply to this position, if you are looking for this kind of permanent position. Please contact me on 408-628-1657 as soon as possible. You can also share your resume on skhan@medicalrecruitmentstrategies.com.


LVN auditor/Case Manager


El Segundo, CA USA


Job Type: Full Time(Permanent)


To be considered for this career opportunity, please upload a current resume.


Job description


Overview:
This position is responsible for ensuring the continuity of care in both the inpatient and outpatient setting utilizing the appropriate resources within the parameters of established contracts and patients’ health plan benefits. Facilitates continuum of patients’ care utilizing basic nursing knowledge, experience and skills to ensure appropriate utilization of resources and patient quality outcomes. Performs care management functions on-site or telephonically as the need arises. Reports findings to the Care Management department Supervisor / Manager / Director in a timely manner.

Essential Functions:



LPN/LVN Care Manager
• Consistently exhibits behavior and communication skills that demonstrate DaVita Medical Group's commitment to superior customer service, including quality, care and concern with each and every internal and external customer.
• Implements current policies and procedures set by the Care Management department.
• Conducts on-site or telephonic prospective, concurrent and retrospective review of active patient care, including out-of-area and transplant.
• Reviews patients’ clinical records of acute inpatient assignment within 24 hours of notification.
• Reviews patients’ clinical records within 48 hours of SNF admission.
• Reviews patient referrals within the specified care management policy timeframe (Type and Timeline Policy).
• Coordinates treatment plans and discharge expectations. Discusses DPA and DNR status with attending physician when applicable.
• Prioritizes patient care needs. Meets with patients, patients’ family and caregivers as needed to discuss care and treatment plan.
• Acts as patient care liaison and initiates pre-admission discharge planning by screening for patients who are high-risk, fragile or scheduled for procedures that may require caregiver assistance, placement or home health follow-up.
• Identifies and assists with the follow-up of high-risk patients in acute care settings, skilled nursing facilities, custodial and ambulatory settings. Consults with physician and other team members to ensure that care plan is successfully implemented.
• Coordinates provisions for discharge from facilities including follow-up appointments, home health, social services, transportation, etc., in order to maintain continuity of care.
• Communicates authorization or denial of services to appropriate parties. Communication may include patient (or agent), attending/referring physician, facility administration and DaVita Medical Group claims as necessary.
• Attends all assigned Care Management Committee meetings and reports on patient status a defined by the region.
• Demonstrates a thorough understanding of the cost consequences resulting from care management decisions through utilization of appropriate reports such as Health Plan Eligibility and Benefits, Division of Responsibility (DOR), and Bed Days.
• Ensures appropriate utilization of medical facilities and services within the parameters of the patients’ benefits and/or CMC decisions. This includes appropriate and timely movement of patients through the various levels of care.
• Maintains effective communication with the health plans, physicians, hospitals, extended care facilities, patients and families.
• Provides accurate information to patients and families regarding health plan benefits, community resources, specialty referrals and other related issues.
• Initiates data entry into IS systems of all patients within the parameters of Care Management policies and procedures. Maintains accurate and complete documentation of care rendered including LOC, CPT code, ICD-9, referral type, date, etc.
• Follows patients on ambulatory care management programs, including CHF and home health, in order to optimize clinical outcomes.
• Uses, protects, and discloses DaVita Medical Group patients’ protected health information (PHI) only in accordance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) standards.
• Performs additional duties as assigned.

Education:
• 1 or 2 years of post-high school education or a degree from a two-year college.
• Graduation from an accredited school of Nursing.
• Current California LVN license.


 


Experience:
• Minimum: Over 1 year and up to and including 3 years of clinical experience.
• Minimum: At least 1 year of recent clinical experience.
• Preferred: 3 to 5 years of recent clinical nursing experience.
• Preferred: Previous care management, utilization review or discharge planning experience.
• Preferred: Managed care experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
• Computer literate.
• Knowledge of current standards of patient care.
• Thorough understanding of LVN scope of practice.
• Manual dexterity to use/handle equipment and instruments.
• Ability to effectively communicate and collaborate with physicians, patients, families and ancillary staff.
• Ability to make sound, independent judgments and act professionally under pressure.


 



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Responsibilities:



  • Investigates if policies and procedures of the company are being complied with.

  • Examines source documents to substantiate if current policies is in best interest for the organization.

  • Follows Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).


Requirements:



  • Bachelor's degree

  • 1-5 years of experience


Does your experience reflect what it takes to be successful in this role? Do the work and challenges get you excited about what's possible? Then please send your resume now for immediate consideration.



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Assistant Auditor aka Associate Auditor


Full Time available


Pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in accounting, and/or an undergraduate or graduate degree with sufficient course work to achieve CPA certification upon passing the examination.


Location: Los Angeles, CA 90024


 


Description



  • Perform compliance or forensic audit procedures, supervised in accordance with your level of experience.


  • Handle computer data processing and analysis.


  • Handle computer data processing and analysis.


  • Gathers information and documents work clearly and accurately in work papers.


  • Organizes files in logical and easy to follow manner.


  • Maintains an updated open items list.


  • Demonstrates an understanding of audit/accounting programs, procedures, and work paper technique.


  • Responsible for self-reviewing my own work and math checking other staff’s work.


  • Responsible for identifying and presenting alternative solutions to issues.


  • Must be able to meet deadlines and budgets.


  • Assists in report preparation.


  • Maintains ongoing status reports.


  • Develop and maintain productive working relationships with clients and assess client satisfaction.


  • Develop and maintain productive working relationships with the audited company's representatives.


  • Other responsibilities as deemed appropriate by the management of the specific department.



  • Travel as needed.


    Qualifications




  • Pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in accounting, and/or an undergraduate or graduate degree with sufficient course work to achieve CPA certification upon passing the examination.



  • Minimum accounting classes to meet job requirements are Accounting 1 & 2 and Intermediate Accounting.

  • At least a 3.0 GPA and no prior work experience or at least a 2.5 GPA and some work experience in any field.


  • Advanced experience with Microsoft Office, especially Excel and Word. Access is preferred


  • Analytical skills, both qualitative and quantitative.


  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.


  • Strong work ethic.


  • A thinker, who can generate “out of the box” ideas.


  • Ability to organize information clearly.


  • Problem-solving skills.


  • High accuracy and attention to detail.



Company Description

Nigro Karlin Segal Feldstein & Bolno is a premier accounting and business management firm based in Los Angeles and New York. With over 500 employees and 30+ years in practice, NKSFB focuses on business management, tax, forensic accounting, participation & royalty audits, and payroll compliance audits.

NKSFB has one of the largest business management practices in the country, representing many of the world’s top entertainers, musicians (recording and touring), producers, athletes, executives, high net worth individuals and entrepreneurs.

Today, Nigro Karlin Segal Feldstein & Bolno is one of the nation’s leading business management firms, specializing in the representation of high net worth and high income individuals, actors, writers, directors, producers, recording artists, athletes, executives, and other allied professionals in the entertainment industry. We are based in Los Angeles with offices in Encino, Sherman Oaks, Newport Beach and New York.

With a staff exceeding 500 employees, we can provide your business with the expertise and breadth of skills common to a large international firm combined with the personalized service and dedication of a small practice.


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Apply on-line at www.bakercommodities.com/careers or using the following link:  https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=2813646  


Job Purpose: Assist with the planning and execution of internal audit reviews of varying complexity and scope on all operations of the company- including financial, operational, and compliance, with the objective of testing the effectiveness of internal controls and identifying process improvements.



  • Participate in the audit planning/risk assessment process, including identifying key risks, defining project objectives, scope, and timing and scheduling audits with appropriate Company personnel

  • Assist with the development of standardized internal audit programs, sampling methods, work papers, and deliverables

  • Maintain accountability for time budgets for self, including monitoring hours incurred and communicating potential or expected delays

  • Serve as point of contact for the Company divisions on implementing recommendations from internal audits under the guidance of the Assistant VP-Special Projects

  • Conduct process interviews and prepare process narratives and flow charts

  • Test key internal controls for effectiveness

  • Identify and document audit findings and opportunities for improvement

  • Report on and present audit results to appropriate management

  • Follow-up on the implementation of audit recommendations

  • Provide regular and timely status updates to the Assistant VP-Special Projects

  • Investigate potential fraud and help develop audit procedures for uncovering fraud

  • Perform other ad hoc projects as needed

  • Interact with others in a professional and ethical manner

  • Follow department and company procedures

  • Keep up regular attendance and punctuality; regular attendance and punctuality are essential for the smooth operation of this company

  • Other duties as assigned


Requirements:



  • BS in Accounting

  • CPA or CIA accreditation preferred but not required

  • Minimum of 3-5 years auditing experience, private or public

  • A working knowledge of accounting systems and high proficiency in the use of Microsoft Excel and Word. Experience with Epicor Enterprise, Epicor ERP, DocuWare, Nitro Pro, Microsoft Outlook, and Microsoft Access is a plus

  • Willing and able to travel to Company Divisions located throughout the U.S.

  • Proficient in documenting, evaluating, and analyzing diverse and complex organizational functions and processes to facilitate the development of value-added business process and control improvement recommendations

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including ability to effectively communicate and interact with personnel at all levels throughout the Company

  • Advanced knowledge of fundamental financial and operational internal controls

  • General understanding of internal auditing standards and techniques


Company Description

Baker Commodities Inc. has been in business for over 80 years. We are a privately owned company with manufacturing facilities strategically located within the United States providing quality products and services worldwide. Much of our success is due to our outstanding employees. Through their careful attention to quality, service, innovation and integrity, we will continue to be one of the world’s premier rendering companies.


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 Beauty product manufacturing company in Gardena Ca is sneaking a Safety and Security auditor to join their team!


Full time 2nd shift  3pm-1130pm


Pay rate: $15hr


Job Duties



  • Making sure all employees are following safety procedures and policies

  • Checking parking lot for unauthorized vehicles

  • Reporting injuries and notifying staffing agency 

  • Checking fire extinguisher monthly

  • Checking all forklift are safe to drive

  • Making sure all forklift drivers are following OSHA regulations


Forklift experience is required


Bilingual preferred but not required.


Previous experience preferred .


Company Description

If you enjoy hands-on work and seek a career apply today to become part of our Empire Family!

Company website: https://empireworkforce.com/


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Be a part of a rapidly growing and dynamic healthcare company!


inAssist is one of the nation's leading providers of Healthcare Management Solutions utilizing our Personal Healthcare Advisors / Medical Claims Auditors, extensive analytics and customized technology solutions. Driven by our commitment to our clients, we pride ourselves in our ability to ensure our clients receive the best service possible.


Job Role:


· Review patient medical bills, correspondence and Explanation of Benefits (EOBs) for accuracy


· Communicate with Insurance Companies and Providers to address any issues that are identified (e.g., appeal incorrectly denied claims, coordinate with providers to fix billing errors, negotiate with providers in the case of inappropriate billing)


· Communicate with clients via phone and email – respond to client requests in a timely and professional manner, go above and beyond to make sure concerns are addressed and medical bills and associated paperwork is no longer a worry


· Provide client support with benefit/health insurance questions


· Identify problems and inconsistencies by using management reports


· Summarize findings and make recommendations to resolve claims/billing issues


 


Job Requirements:


A background in medical billing or insurance claims administration (Medical Billing and Coding Specialists, and/or Health Insurance Claims Administrators strongly preferred)



  • 4-5 years experience in Medical Billing and A/R follow up or Guild experience preferred

  • Extensive Explanation of Benefits (EOB) knowledge

  • Understanding of general Coordination of Benefit Rules, Guild experience, Benefit Analysis

  • Experience with out of network claims a plus

  • Knowledge of eligibility requirements and enrollment

  • Experience in overturning claim denials - ranging from simple solutions such as coding correction to more complex, involving submission of appeals and grievances

  • The desire to be part of a team of professionals that have fun while really making a difference to our clients

  • Proficient with Microsoft Office

  • Ability to think outside the box with excellent time-management skills and deadline management

  • Problem solving skills that persist to a solution

  • Excellent organizational and scheduling skills

  • Ability to multi-task, while working with a sense of urgency

  • Ability to prioritize many coexisting projects

  • Self motivated / Self Starter

  • Reliable

  • Knowledge of CPT/ ICD- 9 and 10 is required. Medical Billing and / or Coding Certificate a plus

  • Excellent communication and customer service skills – must be able to communicate effectively with Clients, Insurance Companies, and Providers​ both in writing and over the phone

  • Strong interpersonal skills


Benefits you will enjoy when you join our team:



  • Extensive paid training

  • A supportive team environment

  • Advancement opportunities

  • Benefits, including medical, dental, vision, 401K and life insurance.

  • Generous PTO and paid Holidays

  • Part time and full time opportunities available.


Company Description

inAssist is one of the nation’s leading providers of Healthcare Management Solutions utilizing our Personal Healthcare Advocates / Medical Claims Auditors, extensive analytics and customized technology solutions. Driven by our commitment to our clients, we pride ourselves on our ability to ensure our clients receive the best service possible.


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Be a part of a rapidly growing and dynamic healthcare company!


inAssist is one of the nation's leading providers of Healthcare Management Solutions utilizing our Personal Healthcare Advisors / Medical Claims Auditors, extensive analytics and customized technology solutions. Driven by our commitment to our clients, we pride ourselves in our ability to ensure our clients receive the best service possible.


Job Role:


· Review patient medical bills, correspondence and Explanation of Benefits (EOBs) for accuracy


· Communicate with Insurance Companies and Providers to address any issues that are identified (e.g., appeal incorrectly denied claims, coordinate with providers to fix billing errors, negotiate with providers in the case of inappropriate billing)


· Communicate with clients via phone and email – respond to client requests in a timely and professional manner, go above and beyond to make sure concerns are addressed and medical bills and associated paperwork is no longer a worry


· Provide client support with benefit/health insurance questions


· Identify problems and inconsistencies by using management reports


· Summarize findings and make recommendations to resolve claims/billing issues


 


Job Requirements:


A background in medical billing or insurance claims administration (Medical Billing and Coding Specialists, and/or Health Insurance Claims Administrators strongly preferred)



  • 4-5 years experience in Medical Billing and A/R follow up or Guild experience preferred

  • Extensive Explanation of Benefits (EOB) knowledge

  • Understanding of general Coordination of Benefit Rules, Guild experience, Benefit Analysis

  • Experience with out of network claims a plus

  • Knowledge of eligibility requirements and enrollment

  • Experience in overturning claim denials - ranging from simple solutions such as coding correction to more complex, involving submission of appeals and grievances

  • The desire to be part of a team of professionals that have fun while really making a difference to our clients

  • Proficient with Microsoft Office

  • Ability to think outside the box with excellent time-management skills and deadline management

  • Problem solving skills that persist to a solution

  • Excellent organizational and scheduling skills

  • Ability to multi-task, while working with a sense of urgency

  • Ability to prioritize many coexisting projects

  • Self motivated / Self Starter

  • Reliable

  • Knowledge of CPT/ ICD- 9 and 10 is required. Medical Billing and / or Coding Certificate a plus

  • Excellent communication and customer service skills – must be able to communicate effectively with Clients, Insurance Companies, and Providers​ both in writing and over the phone

  • Strong interpersonal skills


Benefits you will enjoy when you join our team:



  • Extensive paid training

  • A supportive team environment

  • Advancement opportunities

  • Benefits, including medical, dental, vision, 401K and life insurance.

  • Generous PTO and paid Holidays

  • Part time and full time opportunities available.


Company Description

inAssist is one of the nation’s leading providers of Healthcare Management Solutions utilizing our Personal Healthcare Advocates / Medical Claims Auditors, extensive analytics and customized technology solutions. Driven by our commitment to our clients, we pride ourselves on our ability to ensure our clients receive the best service possible.


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At Lindquist LLP, we're looking for talented, personable and independent individuals excited to use the knowledge gained from school in a real-world environment.


The Payroll Compliance Analyst will audit employer contributions to various trust funds to verify that employers are in compliance with contractual obligations. After initial on-the-job training, job responsibilities will be as follows:



  • Work independently at employer sites to perform testing and issue reports


  • Maintain excellent client relationships


  • Provide status reports to management to provide feedback on current auditing procedures and suggest improvements in testing methodologies


  • Perform related duties as assigned



  • As you progress in this position, you will provide training to new auditors and become a valuable resource for guidance and questions


    Qualifications





  • A BA/BS degree


  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills


  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, especially Excel and Word



  • Reliable transportation and the willingness to travel, both local and remote locations


    We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, including vacation, sick leave, paid holidays, comprehensive medical, dental, vision, 401(k), life insurance, long-term disability and a flexible spending account program. Lindquist LLP is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants must be eligible to work in the U.S.




Company Description

Lindquist LLP is a professional firm providing audit, accounting, compliance and consulting services to our clients. As a recognized industry leader in expertise and quality, we work with a range of clients to solve their specialized needs.

Our goal is to always deliver the highest level of client service with integrity and objectivity, and to turn our knowledge into value for our clients and their communities.


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JCW Search is working with L.A. based full-service consumer banking institution in search of an Auditor to join the Operations Department. Qualified candidates will have at least 2 years of financial audit experience in the Big 4 (or large CPA firm) and/or the banking industry. Ideal opportunity to work within a smaller firm with more bandwidth for growth and exposure across projects. Key Responsibilities Financial audits, annual risk assessments and assistance on audit planning Identify issues and place new controls for risk management SOX and FDICIA Reporting Key Requirements 2+ years of external audit experience with full-service banking clients Experience in financial audits and risk assessments Background in the Big 4 (or large CPA firm), banking and/or financial services For more information about this position, please contact Ali Hughes at ali.hughes@jcwresourcing.com.


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MedPOINT Management


Title: Claims Auditor


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MedPOINT, a large MSO in the San Fernando Valley offers competitive salaries and benefits in a collaborative working environment. For immediate consideration of this position, please e-mail your resume and salary requirements to personnel@medpointmangement.com


 


Summary:


Auditor is responsible for the overall quality of claims processes as well as compliance, in accordance with outside regulations and the contractual obligations of the Health Plans and/or the IPAs. Researches, reviews and contacts provider services for problem claims and issues, as needed. Suggests process improvements to management and is a resource of information to all staff. The Claims auditor also performs special projects and helps department manager and director as needed.


 


Duties and Responsibilities:


1.          Audit daily processed claims through random selection as outlined by organizational Policies and Procedures. Utilize appropriate system-generated reports applicable to specialty claims.


2.          Document, track and trend findings per organizational guidelines for Senior Management.


3.          Based upon trends, determine ongoing Claims Examiner training needs and develop/implement training programs as approved by Senior Management.


4.          Conduct Claims Examiner training as required. Document training materials and attendees. Conduct feedback process to assure training needs have been met, e.g. post-training testing.


5.          Conduct in-depth research of contract issues, system-related problems, claims processing Policies and Procedures, etc., to confirm cause of trends.  Recommend actions/resolutions to Senior Management.


6.          Work with other organizational departments to develop corrective action plans to improve accuracy of the claims adjudication processes and assure compliance with organizational requirements and applicable regulations.


7.          Assist in the development of Claims Department Policies and Procedures.


8.          Provide backup for other auditors/trainers within the Department.


9.          Assist in training of new departmental staff.


10.       Perform other tasks as assigned by Senior Management.


11.       Promote a spirit of cooperation and understanding among all personnel.


12.       Attend organizational meetings as required


13.       Adhere to organizational Policies and Procedures.


 


Minimum Job Requirements:


High School Diploma required. Three years of experience in a managed care claims adjudication setting e.g., HMO/MSO, required. Expertise in coding structure, ICD-9, ICD-10, CPT-4 and Revenue Codes, required. Definitive understanding of provider and health plan contracting, delineation of risk, medical terminology and standard industry reimbursement methodologies required.


 


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:


·        Strong organizational, analytical and oral/ written communication (English) skills required.


·        Previous computer experience required.


·        Proficiency in PC application skills, e.g., word processing, spreadsheets, preferred.


·        Strong knowledge of HCFA and state regulations required.


·        Experience in training development and presentation preferred


·        Claims audit experience preferred.


·        Must be able to follow direction and perform independently according to departmental standards when no direction is given.



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