Provides financial support and information to organization by researching and analyzing accounting data; prepares financial and other statistical reports.
Prepares general ledger account journal entries, performs general ledger account reconciliations, and performs account analysis .
Substantiates financial transactions by auditing documents.
Maintains accounting controls and financial security by preparing and recommending policies and procedures, and following set internal controls.
Monitors established budget and expenditures to ensure proper allocation and spending is within acceptable limits.
Bank statement reconciliations.
Performs data analysis using applicable software (ex. Tableau)
Requires a bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field, and at least 4 years of direct professional experience in the field.
Knowledge of accounting standards (GAAP, GASB), Financial Reporting and Budgeting, Attention to Detail, Deadline-Oriented, Reporting Research Results, Confidentiality, Data Analysis, Time Management, Results Driven. Knowledge of accounting systems (ex. SAGE). Extensive knowledge and skills with Microsoft Office.
FSLSO is a self-regulating, nonprofit association for all Florida surplus lines agents. Governed by a nine-member Board of Governors, it has the primary oversight responsibilities for one of the largest surplus lines market in the U.S. as measured by more than $4 billion of premium written by the industry in Florida in 2016.
In our quest to facilitate compliance. FSLSO's responsibilities include monitoring activities and compliance of the licensed surplus lines agents conducting business in the State of Florida as well as the eligible surplus lines insurers.