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Senior Lead Auditor

Duties: 

  • Develop and implement audit strategy
  • Act as key point of contact between clients and firm 
  • Perform analytical review of internal controls and work products prepared by the staff 
  • Master’s degree in accounting with experience required.

    Send resume to:

    Recruitment
    SB & Company, LLC
    200 International Circle,
    Suite 5500
    Hunt Valley, MD 21030 

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  • Danville, Pennsylvania, Job Summary Primary responsibility is to direct all aspects of tax planning and to ensure compliance with nonprofit and for-profit tax requirements. This position also provides support for new business strategic initiatives, by coordinating and reviewing internal and independent business valuations, identifying legal and regulatory issues, making appropriate recommendations or coordinating legal review and responses to address legal barriers. Provides close direction to staff on the development of policies relative to current tax regulations and the preparation of analysis. Job Duties Serves as lead for researching, analyzing, developing, and implementing tax-planning strategies related to the systems for-profit and nonprofit organizations. Research and make recommendations to leadership concerning strategic business initiatives, including transaction and investment structuring, identifying legal issues related to such transactions, making recommendations, or coordinating and reviewing outside legal responses to address legal barriers. Provides consultative support, including federal, state, and local exemption issues, federal and state income tax, payroll, benefit, development-planned giving, federal excise tax, sales tax, real estate tax, etc. Directs the preparation and submission of the appropriate information returns or tax returns for the tax-exempt and for-profit entities within the system. Directs the compliance of the current and deferred tax provisions in accordance with GAAP (FAS 09 and ASC 740) and NAIC statutory requirements. Analyzes NAIC statutory requirements and reconciliation to GAAP and TAX to identify timing differences. Monitors appropriate laws, regulations, and standards to assure compliance, including guidance issued by duly constituted governmental and regulatory agencies. Inform leadership of all relevant issues. Responsible for the development, maintenance, and documentation of tax related policies and procedures in compliance with current federal, state, and local tax regulations in accordance with the system goals and objectives. Consult with legal and investment departments and outside tax counsel and advise on the impact of program-related and other investments on unrelated business income and the organization's exempt status, including optimization of investment structure. Direct compliance of filing requirements arising from foreign activities including Forms 926, 8865 and 5471. Serves as liaison with tax counsel and consultants for filing, tracking, and coordinating all System tax requests and appeals through the administrative and judicial processes. Develops and maintains relationships with tax authorities at the local, state, and federal levels to appropriately manage the outcomes and resolutions of tax issues. Serve as Finance and Tax technical resource to System Administrative staff and committees. Prioritizes and coordinates the project activities of the Tax staff. Recruits and selects staff; establish performance standards and evaluate personnel performance on a timely basis. Develops and monitors the business plan, budget, and goals of the department. Focuses on leadership staff development and structured feedback, role definition, and effective delegation. Work is typically performed in an office environment. Accountable for satisfying all job specific obligations and complying with all organization policies and procedures. The specific statements in this profile are not intended to be all-inclusive. They represent typical elements considered necessary to successfully perform the job. Additional competencies outlined in any department-specific orientation will be considered essential to the performance of the job related to that position. Position Details Travel to Danville, Pennsylvania required as needed for meetings Education Bachelor's Degree- (Required) Experience Minimum of 10 years-Healthcare (Required), Minimum of 4 years-Managerial/Supervisory (Required) Certification(s) and License(s) Certified Public Accountant - American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) OUR PURPOSE & VALUES: Everything we do is about caring for our patients, our members, our students, our Geisinger family and our communities. KINDNESS: We strive to treat everyone as we would hope to be treated ourselves. EXCELLENCE: We treasure colleagues who humbly strive for excellence. LEARNING: We share our knowledge with the best and brightest to better prepare the caregivers for tomorrow. INNOVATION: We constantly seek new and better ways to care for our patients, our members, our community, and the nation. SAFETY: We provide a safe environment for our patients and members and the Geisinger family We offer healthcare benefits for full time and part time positions from day one, including vision, dental and domestic partners. Perhaps just as important, from senior management on down, we encourage an atmosphere of collaboration, cooperation and collegiality. We know that a diverse workforce with unique experiences and backgrounds makes our team stronger. Our patients, members and community come from a wide variety of backgrounds, and it takes a diverse workforce to make better health easier for all. We are proud to be an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment regardless to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or status as a protected veteran. We are an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer Women and Minorities are Encouraged to Apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability or their protected veteran status.
  • Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, Job Summary: The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) directs the finance and accounting functions for all Surgical Institute of Reading (SIR) locations. The CFO is integral and vital to the success of the organization and must possess strong problem-solving, critical thinking and analytical skills. The CFO serves as the Ethics and Compliance Officer for the organization and must possess an in-depth understanding of regulatory and accounting standards and principles and uphold the integrity of financial and compliance reporting.  The CFO must have the ability to analyze and interpret statistics and other data to meet the high standards of SIR. This position will oversee various hospital departments in support of the hospital's mission, vision, and values. The CFO will identify cost-effective systems needed to support the organization taking into account business trends and resource availability. The CFO will work collaboratively with other managers in meeting facility goals. Required Skills: Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities: The following description of the job responsibilities and performance expectations are intended to reflect the primary responsibilities of the job, but are not intended to describe all duties and other responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time.   Financial Planning, Reporting and Budgeting Recommends appropriate strategies in response to economic trends and regulatory changes. Participates in the facility's long-term and short-term financial planning. Analyzes financial statements, including a review to detect errors and misstatements. Provides guidance and support in preparing and analyzing financial reports. Prepares annual hospital operating and capital budgets.  Reports financial and operational indicators and results to physicians and staff.  Creates financial reports for Governing Board, Medical Executive Committee and department managers. Performs financial forecasting. Coordinates preparation for external and internal audits. Performs other duties as requested by the Chief Executive Officer or RVP.   Medicare Cost Report Manages the data request for the annual cost report. Works with the external accounting firm to complete the cost report.   Capital Management Reviews and negotiates sources of financing for capital equipment and expansion projects. Tracks capital and expansion projects to ensure financing deadlines and budget are met.   Cash Management   Directs and advises the Governing Board in executing cash management and flor decisions. Coordinates and controls the facility's cash and investment management activities.   Analysis Activities Performs bad debt analysis and implements containment processes. Reviews case costs versus reimbursement. Analyzes potential impact of changes in payer and case mix. Oversees all financial impact of procedures and/or supply expense. Reviews and interprets audit findings and trends. Analyzes staffing trends and manages productivity system. Analyzes and projects case volume trends. Oversees the contract management system.   Compliance Directs the implementation of accounting, credit/collection and internal audit controls. Directs fraud prevention and detection activities.                Enforces compliance with internal and external controls and policies. Ensures continuous preparation for internal and external audits, including state and Medicare audits   #LI-MD1 Required Experience: Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Accounting required Master's degree in Business Administration (MBA), Accounting or HealthCare Administration, preferred Certified Public Accountant (CPA), preferred Minimum of 5 years' experience in a top financial administrative or management position in the health field preferred.   Demonstrates competency in management and leadership skills to develop and implement organizational strategies and opportunities for improving hospital growth.Maintains current knowledge and adheres to appropriate regulatory standards such as Joint Commission, Medicare, Medicaid, and employment regulations.Ability to analyze problems and develop accounting systems to accurately control financial activity at hospital Maintains current knowledge and adheres to appropriate regulatory standards such as Joint Commission, Medicare, Medicaid, and employment regulations. Ability to analyze problems and develop accounting systems to accurately control financial activity at hospital. Demonstrates cooperative work attitude toward and with co-workers, management, patients, visitors and physician      
  • Washington, D.C., About the Position Georgetown Day School is seeking a skilled financial professional to join the Business Office team to help process, track, and record payments accurately, efficiently, and in a timely manner. The Staff Accountant: Accounts Payable will have a daily, ongoing impact on financial transactions, keeping the school on track, on time, and on good terms with our valued partners. This position is directly responsible for the overall payables function for the school, including making payments, understanding the chart of accounts, assisting with the rationale of payment structure, reviewing the payment coding, and reviewing supporting documents for all payment requests.  Location: On campus, in-person (5 days per week) Start Date: January 2023  Type of Opportunity: Full-time, year-round salaried with benefits Hours: 40-hours per week and additional school-related duties include, but are not limited to student arrival and dismissal, and attendance at all-school events. Responsibilities Managing the expenses, reimbursements, and AP process  Enter invoices and appropriately code in the AP system Right reviewing (changes in staff and management)  Managing the corporate travel process  Ensuring credit card information is provided as appropriate Managing card limits  Overseeing the reconciliation process  Managing the W-9 process for vendors  Onboarding new vendors  Manage 1099 production  Manage the transfer of data from Concur to FE NXT and to Paymerang for payment processing  Manage the document and approval trail  Manage outside procurement systems (i.e. Miller's, Amazon, and FedEx) Meet with budget holders Must understand prepaid, accrual recordation Assist with the creation of the departmental budgets Assist with the audit including fixed assets, prepaid expenses, AP invoice pulling for the auditors Train staff on processes and procedures as related to Accounts Payable on an as-needed basis Skills and Requirements Bachelor's Degree in Accounting preferred 2 - 5 years of experience in Accounting/Finance related fields preferred Expert Excel skills required Experience with accounting software required (Blackbaud preferred) Strong communication skills Experience with Paymerang and Concur preferred Must be organized with attention to detail Comfortable in a fast-paced environment Additional Considerations  Works in a fluid environment dealing with a wide variety of challenges, deadlines, along with a varied and diverse array of contacts Works at a desk and computer for extended periods of time  This position requires in-person, onsite work, 5 days a week Additional school-related duties include but are not limited to carpooling, attendance at all-school events Americans with Disability Specifications Additional Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; talk or hear; taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 30 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Additional Work Environment Information: Work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is exposed to weather conditions prevalent at the time. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. As a diverse, inclusive school devoted to preparing our students to live and work in an increasingly globalized and multicultural society, GDS is particularly interested in professionals with demonstrated interest and experience in working in such a school setting.
  • Budget Analyst | APHSA

    Arlington, Virginia, APHSA is recruiting new talent! We are seeking an ambitious new hire who has a high level of financial acumen and strong experience with budget development and analysis. APHSA represents leaders from state, county, and city human services agencies to advance the well-being of individuals, families, and communities nationwide. As a nonprofit, bipartisan membership association, we work with our members to generate pragmatic solutions grounded in lived experience with a lens for racial equity and belonging. Join a team of dedicated, results-oriented professionals who are helping our members improve the well-being of individuals, families, and communities across the nation! Our team at APHSA needs a person like you who leans forward and feels comfortable engaging with teammates, thought leaders and partners.   We are looking for an innovative, solutions-oriented action taker who will add to our collaborative team environment. While your focus is developing, analyzing, and managing association-wide budgets, we are also looking for someone who thrives in a team environment The ideal candidate is comfortable working across multiple, cross-functional internal teams to advance our work with kindness, compassion, inclusion, and a can-do spirit. Your direct supervisor and coach will be the Director of Engagement Operations and Marketing. Your support will be the entire APHSA organization because we work best when we all work together!  JOB SUMMARY: The Budget Analyst is responsible for the development, management, and analysis of grants, contracts, and departmental budgets. This is a strategic position that requires knowledge of accounting principles, financial management skills, and the ability to analyze historical data to create accurate forecasts. The successful candidate will help develop policies and procedures that allow for a rapidly expanding grant award portfolio. Additionally, you will track staff capacity and anticipate additional hires needed to fulfill APHSA’s grants and contracts obligations. Also, the Budget Analyst will develop detailed budgets that produce accurate allocations of funding. You will create financial analysis statements that augment APHSA’s ability to track revenue and expenses.   RESPONSIBILITIES Key Responsibilities #1 – Grants/Contracts Budget Analysis (50%) Working with Grants and Contracts manager, outside accounting firm, and existing technology platform (Sage Intaact), monitor grant expenses to track actual v. budget;  Develop grant budgets (private philanthropy and US Federal Government) in partnership with APHSA legislative policy staff, Grants and Contracts Manager, outside accounting firm, and internal finance team;  Track sub-contractor/sub-awardee expenses per grant and across all grants to enable APHSA to monitor its contractual obligations;  Provide expertise in developing or refining policies and procedures that improve APHSA’s internal operations with a strong focus on grants and contracts; Model a spending path per grant to inform staff and contractors about their spend rate and how that aligns with the budget;  Using staff allocation data and expected grants/contracts awards, determine if additional staff is needed to complete APHSA’s grant obligations; Using time tracking platform to monitor staff capacity and workload;   Assist Grants and Contracts manager review grant agreements, subcontractor agreements and non-grant related contracts. Key Responsibilities #2 – Internal Operations (30%) Review APHSA departmental budgets and liaise with department leads to track actual v. budget monthly;  Assist department leads in developing yearly budgets and semi-annual revisions with a keen eye on how funds are best allocated across APHSA; Develops and refines organization-wide procedures that improve internal operations; Presents budget analysis and recommendations to management;  Supports monthly, quarterly, and annual financial and budget development activities; Oversees and compares expenditures to original budget;  Monitors changes in the local, state, and federal tax laws.  Key Responsibilities #3 – Grants/Contracts Accounting (20%) Assists Senior Accounting Manager in completing grant/contracts-related accounting tasks; Other duties as assigned.  KEY QUALIFICATIONS:  Knowledge of data analysis and forecasting methods.  Understanding of budgeting and Federal Grants regulatory requirements. Proficient in accounting software, preferably Sage Intaact.   Proficient in employee time tracking software, preferably ClickTime.  Previous experience in non-profit or association organization. Outstanding communication skills (verbal and written). Willingness to travel (up to 10 %) as public health considerations permit. Requirements Bachelor's degree in Finance, Budgeting, Accounting, or related field.  5-7 years' proven experience involving analytical research and reporting of complex financial data.  Ability to develop and maintain cooperative working relationships with various employees and vendors.  Ability to interpret financial data.  Ability to prepare and present clear, concise administrative and financial reports.  Thorough understanding of accounting and budgeting principles and practices, GAAP, and accepted auditing standards.  Understanding of Federal Grants regulatory requirements. Knowledge of data analysis and forecasting methods. Ability to work on schedule.  Ability to prepare and present clear, concise administrative and financial reports.  Excellent mathematical ability and an analytical mind. Proficient in Microsoft Office and other related database applications   At APHSA, we value and support the health, well-being and future of our staff. Our benefit package is based on improving employee morale, which fosters a work environment where staff feel they can thrive and feel accomplished. Aside from basic benefits such as 100% employer coverage of health, dental, and vision insurance, we also offer additional employee benefits and perks like these: $250 work from home stipend 3% contribution to 401 k or ROTH Plan Monthly Staples account allowance Hybrid work environment Additional discretionary holidays included with 11 paid holidays Employee Appreciation gifts and an APHSA Swag pop-up shop 15 vacation days 15 sick/wellness days Disability insurance Life Insurance FSA (health, dependent, commuter) Optional employee paid benefits (legal, pet insurance, critical illness, accident) INSTRUCTIONS:    Please submit a resume and cover letter.   This employer participates in E-Verify for employment verification.?  The American Public Human Services Association (APHSA) is a bipartisan national membership association representing state and local health and human services agencies and the subject matter experts that help execute their mission to improve outcomes for people nationwide. APHSA's dedication to promoting diversity, racial equity, multiculturalism, and inclusion is clearly reflected in how we work and support our members. It is more than a commitment—it is the foundation of how we do what we do. We strive to create a workplace that reflects the communities we serve and recognize that building well-being starts with creating a space where our employees are comfortable bringing their authentic, unique selves to work.     Building on our long-standing relationships with health and human services leaders, we focus on generating pragmatic solutions that advance the well-being of individuals, families, and communities.    
  • Washington, D.C., ORGANIZATIONAL DESCRIPTION : Advocates for Youth (Advocates) partners with youth activists and their adult allies to champion youth rights to bodily autonomy and build power to  transform policies, programs and systems to secure sexual health and equity for all young people.  GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Through funding from private foundations, government agencies, corporations and individuals, Advocates partners with youth activists, state-based organizations, school districts, youth-serving organizations, community-based agencies, and health care providers in the U.S. and abroad to build support for and capacity to promote youth sexual health, rights and justice. The organization has a youth activist network 100,000+ strong and is active on 1,200 college campuses and in hundreds of communities across the U.S. Staff also partner with young people, NGOs, schools and government agencies abroad to improve young people’s access to honest sex education, confidential sexual health services and the resources and opportunities youth need to build strong communities and strong lives. Advocates works towards a society in which all young people are valued, respected, and treated with dignity; sexuality is accepted as a healthy part of being human; and youth sexual development is normalized and embraced.   POSITION OVERVIEW:   With the recent adoption of a hybrid and remote work environment and increased number of staff members,  Advocates seeks to better streamline, modernize, automate and integrate organizational systems. The Senior Executive of Operations (SEO), a new position, will be responsible for the implementation of Advocates’ overall operational strategy.  Reporting to the President and serving as a member of the senior leadership team, the SEO will introduce, develop, and implement appropriate and more sophisticated, automated organizational systems, policies and procedures in the areas of finance, administration, IT, HR, facilities management and other operations in support of the organization and its work. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES Financial Leadership Identify, modernize and implement financial systems, assisting the senior leadership team to improve financial management, forecasting, and sustainability. Investigate and upon Board approval, implement an investment strategy for the organization that maximizes resources while minimizing risk and maximizing liquidity. Lead the organization on financial planning, budgeting, cash flow, investment priorities, and financial policy matters. Work with the Board finance and audit committees; effectively communicate and present critical financial matters at select Board of Directors and committee meetings. Forecast, anticipate trends, and gaps, manage risks to the organization. Maintain continuous lines of communication, keeping the President and other senior leadership team members informed of all critical issues. Guide the work of finance staff; identify and implement structural changes as appropriate to increase organizational effectiveness and sustainability. Operations Leadership Strengthen Advocates’ system of policies, internal controls, operational standards, and procedures while aligning these systems with the organization’s values. Oversee facilities, including managing lease and tenant relations. Oversee information technology, logistics, administration, and integration across all departments. Oversee the supervision of staff and consultants and vendor relationships. Support the work of operations staff; over time make structural changes as appropriate to increase organizational effectiveness and sustainability. People and Culture Provide proactive leadership, direction, and professional expertise in all areas of human resources (HR) management. Oversee efforts to nurture a healthy organizational culture including managing the Director of Organizational Culture  and providing guidance on policies and procedures for strengthening staff relationships in a hybrid and remote work environment. Provide input into staff recognition and benefits initiatives. Lead the development, implementation and effective communication of HR policies and procedures.  Work with ADP/Total Source to help Advocates comply with federal, state, and local legislation pertaining to all personnel matters, policies, and procedures, inclusive of wage and hour laws and payroll practices. Help coach and provide strategic guidance to managers. Lead and provide oversight to the senior leadership team on HR and other personnel issues. Guide the work of the Director of Organizational Culture over time while making structural changes as appropriate to increase organizational effectiveness and sustainability. QUALIFICATIONS : Proven leadership experience with broad oversight, and values that clearly align with the organization. Minimum 5-7  years’ experience in a senior nonprofit leadership  role, preferably with experience at a national organization with hybrid and remote staff. Proven experience modernizing and integrating financial and accounting systems. Experience managing at least an $5M+ annual organizational budget. Experience with nonprofit finance, compliance, and accounting regulations. Excellent judgment and creative problem solving skills including negotiation and conflict resolution skills. Strong mentoring, coaching experience to a team with diverse members and levels of experience. Exceptional written, oral, interpersonal, and presentation skills and the ability to effectively interface with senior leadership, Board of Directors, and staff. A commitment to Advocates’ mission, organizational values, and goals. HOURS : This is a full-time position (32 hours per week/4 day work week).  LOCATION : Advocates’ offices are located in the District of Columbia. Candidates for this position can work remotely, but preference will be given to those living in or near the DC area. Successful candidate needs to be available during east coast working hours. Some travel will be required if the candidate lives outside the DC, Maryland, and Virginia area. TO APPLY :   Please send cover letter, resume, two writing samples (no longer than three pages each), and three references by February 15, 2023 to afyhr@advocatesforyouth.org with subject line Senior Executive of Operations and last name.  Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.  No telephone calls or email inquiries, please.  The salary range for this position is $180,000 -185,000 commensurate with experience. Benefits include flexible compensatory time, health and dental insurance plans, life and short- and long-term disability insurance, 403(b) retirement plan, professional development funds, and student loan pay-down.