Join our Finance team and be a part of the infrastructure that supports our mission of creating hope, opportunity, and bright futures for at-risk children, youth, and families. The Accounts Receivable Supervisor provides support to the finance department, primarily monitoring reporting and reconciling of accounts receivables for our DCFS and Medicaid, and other funded programs across Illinois, and reports to the Director of Finance.
Billing Supervisor responsibilities:
Meet the financial and reporting requirements for foster care and behavioral health programs.
Review foster care and behavioral health finance billing procedures to ensure uniform practice across regions.
Review monthly Foster Parent payments prepared by Bookkeeper.
Provide assistance and recommendations to program leadership regarding DCFS and behavioral health billing processes.
Process routine check requisitions for payment, including review for appropriate approvals, verification of payment amount(s) and data input.
Reconcile DCFS accounts receivable detail to general ledger and propose adjustments needed to clear open discrepancies.
Assist in the preparation and follow-up of filings with the Court of Claims to collect aged accounts receivable from State departments.
Prepare finance billing training materials for program staff across regions.
Provide direct supervision for assigned Finance AR staff.
Associate’s degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Administration required. Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
Five years of experience in a business environment preferred.
Knowledge of and proficiency in finance/accounting principles and billing/revenue cycle.
Strong skills in utilizing Microsoft Office Suite with an emphasis on Excel required.
Experience using Great Plains Dynamics preferred.
Excellent analytical skills required.
Able to work independently on multiple projects/tasks and meet deadlines.
Effective written and oral communication skills.
Compensation includes paid time off, as well as medical, dental, vision and life insurance and a 401(k) Employee savings plan. Children’s Home + Aid is an equal opportunity employer: minority/female/disability/veteran.
Children’s Home + Aid is a leading child and family service agency in Illinois. Each year, it protects, educates and counsels over 40,000 children, youth and families to improve their lives. For over 130 years, Children’s Home + Aid has been a compassionate advocate helping to shape public policy in child welfare, early childhood and juvenile justice. Children’s Home + Aid is recognized for establ...ishing best practices and achieving outstanding results through its programs and services that focus on child abuse prevention, healthy child development and strengthening families. Children’s Home + Aid is an equal opportunity employer: minority/female/disability/veteran.
Compensation includes paid time off, as well as medical, dental, vision and life insurance and a 401(k) Employee savings plan.