SRT, the area’s leading broadband internet provider, has a rewarding opportunity for a professional who enjoys flexing their analytical skills and making a positive impact.
The Regulatory Accountant/Analyst handles regulatory revenues, maintains accounting records, and prepares required regulatory filings. The team is responsible for monitoring regulatory changes and requirements, filing reports, and ensuring compliance.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Understanding and interpreting the application of tariff rates that tie directly to revenue.
Preparing monthly general journal entries and coding invoices using accounting principles.
Monitoring accounts and assisting with collection procedures when needed.
Preparing accounts receivable billings and monitoring monthly activity for unusual fluctuations.
Assisting with preparation of FCC filings and data requests.
Conducting research and analyzing data related to long distance products.
Assisting with preparation of documentation for annual financial audits.
Job specifications include the ability to:
Communicate effectively with internal and external customers.
Use computer software for accounting and word processing.
Keep detailed and accurate records; analyze and reconcile data.
Analyze comprehensive regulatory and legislative documents for preparation of concise summaries.
Organize work and meet deadlines.
A bachelor’s degree is preferred and experience in finance or accounting is helpful. Experience in a regulatory environment and/or the telecommunications industry is also helpful.
SRT offers competitive salary and exceptional benefits, including a comprehensive suite of health/vision/dental, 401K and retirement, and generous paid time off. Enjoy a variety of perks and discounts in a supportive atmosphere that encourages your professional enrichment and work/life balance. Take the most rewarding step in your career; apply with SRT today! SRT Communications Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. SRT considers candidates regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.