Requisition ID
Campus: NewYork-Presbyterian
Weill Cornell Medical Center
NYP Weill Cornell Medical Center


Accounting That Goes Beyond The Numbers




Accountants at NewYork-Presbyterian deeply appreciate the broad impact of their financial work-courageous patients. Thanks to these accountants' financial acumen, the health of this renowned hospital and its amazing patients are secure. On the Accounting Team, we thrive at the heart of one of healthcare's biggest conversations: finding efficiencies while providing the best care to the greatest number. Find out how you can Make It Possible.


Organize bank reconciliations and analyze various ledger accounts, including balance sheet accounts, revenue, and expenses. Utilize your financial acumen to prepare and input standard and adjusting journal entries. Researches various questions regarding the amounts that are to be charged to the department and the necessary adjusting entries, if applicable. Places stop payments and issues replacements. Performs special projects as necessary.



Required Criteria 

  • Bachelor's degree and six months to two years of previous experience
  • Degree or major in accounting
  • Knowledge of General Accounting Principles
  • Knowledge of PC Spreadsheet Applications

Join a hospital where employee engagement is at an all-time high. Enjoy competitive compensation along with benefits such as tuition reimbursement, hospital retirement contributions, and financial planning assistance. Start your life-changing journey today.



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