Senior Accountant

Department Birdsong
Job Locations US-FL-Jacksonville
Job ID


Birdsong Hearing Benefits™ LLC, is a hearing benefits manager that views hearing care as total care. We provide Medicare Advantage, including all lines of business in government programs, along with commercial solutions for the most under-utilized supplemental benefit: Hearing.
We are looking for dedicated, talented, and passionate individuals who want to join us in helping people awaken to the full sound of life. We are driven by the following values:
- People focused, realizing it is all about our consumers and each other.
- Collaborative with a strong team spirit, happy to work together to achieve greater results.
- Intuitive and creative, generating ideas and solutions to transform the hearing care ecosystem.
- Full of grit, wanting to work hard to achieve success.
- A growth mentality, eager to adapt and be flexible in an ever-changing environment


Birdsong Hearing Benefits seeks to hire an Accountant to perform and coordinate accounting duties within our organization.  The accountant’s primary responsibilities include preparing financial reports, performing account reconciliations, maintaining the general ledger, assisting with audit preparations, and performing other accounting duties as assigned.  The accountant will work with the President and Head of Finance to ensure strategic oversight of the business units associated with Birdsong Hearing Benefits.




  • Assisting with preparing and monitoring budgets.
  • In conjunction with the Head of Finance, provide expertise to accounting practices with all business units and with all financial activities.
  • Maintaining and reconciling balance sheet and general ledger accounts.
  • Assisting with annual audit preparations.
  • Investigating and resolving audit findings, account discrepancies, and issues of non-compliance.
  • Preparing federal, state, local, and special tax returns.
  • Contributing to the development of new or amended accounting systems, programs, and procedures.
  • Performing other accounting duties and supporting staff as required or assigned.



Requirements and Must Have Criteria

  • Healthcare/Health Plan/TPA with Preferred Hearing Aid Domain Expertise: Mission-oriented and energetic, the person must have a demonstrated track record of success in the US healthcare sector with a passion for finances. The ideal candidate should have experience in a health plan finance department and/or within supplemental benefits. Hearing aid experience as a supplemental benefit preferred.
  • Interpersonal, Communication, and Relational Building Skills: Ability to relate to and effectively work with a diverse group of individuals, groups, and people collaboratively and diplomatically. Excellent oral and written communications are a must. The person must also exude high energy with a positive manner and a can-do attitude and excellent judgment.
  • Strong Financial Acumen: A seasoned, and experienced financial leader within the managed care space. A strong understanding of the key components of managing a Third-party Administrators (TPA), and benefits management. CPA candidate Preferred.

Other Personal Characteristics and Experience

  • Ability to simultaneously balance and adjust to multiple changing priorities and make decisions with speed and accuracy.
  • A true team player who takes a collaborative approach with leadership and peers and other colleagues.
  • High level of proficiency and demonstrated effectiveness in problem-solving, and implementing new programs related to increased departmental and organizational operating efficiency.
  • Understanding of the US Managed Care Market including government programs and commercial.
  • Impeccable values, ethical standards, and a strong moral compass with integrity.
  • Business savvy and exceptional financial acumen.

Successful candidates for the Accountant role will possess the following:

  • At least five years of financial/accounting experience, specific to managed care environment, and with Third Party Administrative experience preferred. Supplemental benefit experience preferred.
  • A solid financial team player with sound technical skills, analytical ability, good judgment, and strong operational focus.
  • Ability to work in a matrix like environment with several business units and various business models.
  • High level of integrity and dependability with a strong sense of urgency and results-orientation.
  • Experience working on the financing, due diligence, and integration relative to mergers and acquisitions is a plus.
  • Effectively interact with customers to understand their needs and explain data.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with a demonstrated ability to communicate and work effectively with non-technical administrators.



  • Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, business, or related field
  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license preferred






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