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  • Chicago, Illinois, CrossCountry Consulting is a trusted business advisory firm that provides customized finance, accounting, human capital management, risk, operations, and technology consulting services to leading organizations facing complex change. We partner with our clients to help them navigate pressing business challenges and achieve goals related to improving operations, minimizing risks, and enabling future growth. Our people are our most valuable asset and our individual differences are our greatest strength. At CrossCountry, we embrace and value our individual experiences, capabilities, talents, and perspectives by fostering and promoting a culture of diversity and inclusion. Join our team where Excellence is a priority, Collaboration and teamwork are the norm, Energy is contagious, and the opportunity to make an Impact is endless. We love to help our clients and our people succeed... and it shows! Click here to see why we were awarded Glassdoor's Best Places to Work Employees' Choice Award for the second consecutive year. At CrossCountry, we share a vision for creating a distinctly new type of advisory firm, one that brings the best aspects from our Big Four and Arthur Andersen roots along with an unwavering commitment to building the right culture. We take pride in our ability to provide customized solutions that fit our client's unique and specific set of needs. As a Director, you will partner with the National Accounting Advisory Partner and be aligned to the National Accounting Advisory service line. You will serve as a member of our leadership team to create, develop, and build our US presence. Companies are constantly faced with evolving accounting standards. In this role, you will lead Team CrossCountry in helping our employees and clients anticipate, understand, and respond to the ever-changing world of accounting policies and standards. You will also be accountable for other practice-related activities, including business development, client relationship management, account management, project oversight, recruiting, and other office operations. Client Delivery Provide high-quality consulting services by taking personal ownership for successfully delivering on client engagements that are fact-driven, solution oriented and meet CrossCountry's standard for quality. Supervise execution teams, providing senior project leadership and managing evolving client management needs for operational and technical accounting such as: Preparation of financial statements, typically in connection with acquisitions, carve-outs, proposed sale transactions, restatements, etc. Support IPO Program Management Assist in the in the design and implementation of new accounting policies and procedures Assess and design reporting processes to adhere to and support SEC reporting (10-K, 10-Q, 8-K etc.) and management reporting requirements Streamline the financial accounting close process; including accelerating and streamlining monthly and quarterly reporting processes Oversee and manage financial reporting and operational system implementations Lead large finance and business transformation initiatives for clients Partner with our clients and delivery teams to enable, lead and manage various technical accounting deliverables Manage client accounts, projects, and engagements, including work plans, staffing, deadlines, and budgets throughout all lifecycle phases - strategy, goal-setting, deliverables, and maintaining an integrated project plan Practice Leadership As a leader for the Accounting Advisory practice, including setting the growth strategy in line with CrossCountry's Core Values and other operational areas: Account management: oversee client engagements, maintain strong relationships with senior client personnel, have a solid understanding of clients' business, and ensure quality of deliverables and satisfaction on engagements Coaching and Development: provide coaching and training opportunities for team members leveraging individual skills and the firm's people first culture. Recruiting and Retention: take an active role in attracting, interviewing, hiring and retaining top talent Thought leadership: share expertise in technical domain(s) with team members and clients, including case studies, white papers, learning materials, and other resources Serve as a key leader in our Accounting Advisory practice by guiding and directing strategic firm initiatives around technical accounting policies and standards Lead marketing and business development efforts in support of creating and building the firm's Accounting Advisory presence Business Development Actively purse business development opportunities and market a full range of services to prospective clients including using existing relationships to generate new opportunities Support the business development team with client delivery or sector specific expertise Foster culture of growth and a business development mindset Act as a thought leader in the market Travel Willingness to travel domestically up to 40% Required Experience & Qualifications 15 - 20+ years of relevant accounting experience advising publicly traded companies on various technical accounting policies and standards (e.g. ASC 606, ASC 842, ASC 326) Prior experience in professional services (public accounting or advisory firm), preferably at a large, global accounting firm or with a management consulting firm In depth knowledge of accounting standards (U.S. GAAP and/or IFRS) Desired Experience and Qualifications Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Demonstrated track record of establishing credibility both internally and externally Proven leader with the ability to foster an environment of collaboration and excellence Passionate about building, developing, motivating, and leading others Strong attention to detail with the ability to think from a "big picture" perspective Creativity, confidence, and flexibility High energy, enthusiasm, and an entrepreneurial spirit Education Bachelor's degree (or higher) in Accounting, Business, Finance or other technical discipline #LI-IG1 CrossCountry Consulting provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants and believes that respect and fair treatment are critical to creating a productive, diverse, and inclusive workplace. As an equal opportunity employer, CrossCountry is fully committed to comply with all federal, state, and local laws. A ll qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, pregnancy, genetics, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
  • Chicago, Illinois, CrossCountry Consulting is a trusted business advisory firm that provides customized finance, accounting, human capital management, risk, operations, and technology consulting services to leading organizations facing complex change. We partner with our clients to help them navigate pressing business challenges and achieve goals related to improving operations, minimizing risks, and enabling future growth. Our people are our most valuable asset and our individual differences are our greatest strength. At CrossCountry, we embrace and value our individual experiences, capabilities, talents, and perspectives by fostering and promoting a culture of diversity and inclusion. Join our team where Excellence is a priority, Collaboration and teamwork are the norm, Energy is contagious, and the opportunity to make an Impact is endless. We love to help our clients and our people succeed... and it shows! Click here to see why we were awarded Glassdoor's Best Places to Work Employees' Choice Award for the second consecutive year. Responsibilities Assists with various Business Transformation projects including (but not limited to): process or finance optimization, operations or performance improvement, business process improvement, change management, program or project management, data analytics, business analysis, system design, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Helps to identify, assess, and analyze business problems for area of responsibility, where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors Supports projects across the project lifecycle from current state documentation, gap analysis, requirements gathering, future state design, and implementation across the organizational, process, technology and data dimensions while performing one or more of these areas Possesses knowledge of key business processes (e.g. Procure-to-Pay, Order-to-Cash, Financial Close, etc.) Manages their own work while collaborating with the project lead Defines project strategy, goals, and deliverables that support client goals Develops and helps conduct effective meeting and interviews Provides project status to all stakeholders Excellent communication skills required - must develop, implement, and maintain sources of project information, and communicate and distribute appropriate information to client and team members Identifies issues, risks, and project team conflicts and develops solutions for timely resolution Serve as counterpart to junior client resources Review status, manage schedules, monitor progress, and prepare status reports Assess and escalates project issues to leadership and suggests resolutions Support CrossCountry's leadership team on internal projects, including but not limited to the following: sales/marketing initiatives, recruiting, training and organizational development Qualifications 5+ years of relevant professional experience advising commercial companies in one or more of the following areas: finance optimization, operations improvement, business process improvement, change management, program or project management, data analytics, robotic process automation (RPA) Prior experience in professional services (public accounting or advisory firm), preferably at a large, global accounting firm or with a management consulting firm Working knowledge of various project management methodologies (e.g. Agile, Scrum, Lean, Waterfall) Business acumen with a strong understanding of accounting and business processes, as well as information systems Consistent success in building and developing strong client relationships Strong leadership skills with the ability to foster an environment of collaboration and excellence Strong attention to detail with the ability to think from a "big picture" perspective Creativity, confidence, and flexibility High energy, enthusiasm and an entrepreneurial spirit Certifications & Technical Experience Desired PMP, CPA, CIA, CFA, CA, CISA, CISM, CIPP Exceptional quantitative and statistical ability, with experience using programming languages (e.g. SAS, MATLAB, R, Python) and data query languages (e.g. SQL) Knowledgeable of reporting/visualization software (e.g. Business Objects, Tableau), databases (e.g. SQL), and/or RPA solutions (e.g. UiPath, Automation Anywhere, Blue Prism) Education Bachelor's degree (or higher) in Business, Finance, Information Systems, Accounting or other technical discipline #LI-SM1 CrossCountry Consulting provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants and believes that respect and fair treatment are critical to creating a productive, diverse, and inclusive workplace. As an equal opportunity employer, CrossCountry is fully committed to comply with all federal, state, and local laws. A ll qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, pregnancy, genetics, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
  • Chicago, Illinois, CrossCountry Consulting is a trusted business advisory firm that provides customized finance, accounting, human capital management, risk, operations, and technology consulting services to leading organizations facing complex change. We partner with our clients to help them navigate pressing business challenges and achieve goals related to improving operations, minimizing risks, and enabling future growth. Our people are our most valuable asset and our individual differences are our greatest strength. At CrossCountry, we embrace and value our individual experiences, capabilities, talents, and perspectives by fostering and promoting a culture of diversity and inclusion. Join our team where Excellence is a priority, Collaboration and teamwork are the norm, Energy is contagious, and the opportunity to make an Impact is endless. We love to help our clients and our people succeed... and it shows! Click here to see why we were awarded Glassdoor's Best Places to Work Employees' Choice Award for the second consecutive year. COVID-19 update: The safety and well-being of our candidates, employees, and clients continues to be a top priority. We are currently operating remotely while restrictions are in the place and are considering applicants in the following cities: Washington D.C., Chicago, Austin, Dallas, and Houston. Responsibilities Assists with various Business Transformation projects including (but not limited to): process or finance optimization, operations or performance improvement, business process improvement, change management, program or project management, data analytics, business analysis, system design, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Helps to identify, assess, and analyze business problems for area of responsibility, where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors Supports projects across the project lifecycle from current state documentation, gap analysis, requirements gathering, future state design, and implementation across the organizational, process, technology and data dimensions while performing one or more of these areas Possesses knowledge of key business processes (e.g. Procure-to-Pay, Order-to-Cash, Financial Close, etc.) Manages their own work while collaborating with the project lead Defines project strategy, goals, and deliverables that support client goals Develops and helps conduct effective meeting and interviews Provides project status to all stakeholders Excellent communication skills required - must develop, implement, and maintain sources of project information, and communicate and distribute appropriate information to client and team members Identifies issues, risks, and project team conflicts and develops solutions for timely resolution Serve as counterpart to junior client resources Review status, manage schedules, monitor progress, and prepare status reports Assess and escalates project issues to leadership and suggests resolutions Support CrossCountry's leadership team on internal projects, including but not limited to the following: sales/marketing initiatives, recruiting, training and organizational development Required Experience & Qualifications 3+ years of relevant professional experience advising commercial companies in one or more of the following areas: finance optimization, operations improvement, business process improvement, change management, program or project management, data analytics, robotic process automation (RPA) Prior experience in professional services (public accounting or advisory firm), preferably at a large, global accounting firm or with a management consulting firm Working knowledge of various project management methodologies (e.g. Agile, Scrum, Lean, Waterfall) Business acumen with a strong understanding of accounting and business processes, as well as information systems Consistent success in building and developing strong client relationships Strong leadership skills with the ability to foster an environment of collaboration and excellence Strong attention to detail with the ability to think from a "big picture" perspective Creativity, confidence, and flexibility High energy, enthusiasm and an entrepreneurial spirit Additional Experience Desired in One or More of the Following Areas Experience supporting internal audit and/or risk services in one or more of the following areas: internal audit, Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance, governance Experience advising commercial companies in one or more of the following areas: financial reporting, operational accounting, implementing new accounting policy Experience supporting transactions as a result of, or in preparation for, one or more of the following areas: mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, spin-off, carve-out, IPO Certifications & Technical Experience Desired PMP, CPA, CIA, CFA, CA, CISA, CISM, CIPP Exceptional quantitative and statistical ability, with experience using programming languages (e.g. SAS, MATLAB, R, Python) and data query languages (e.g. SQL) Knowledgeable of reporting/visualization software (e.g. Business Objects, Tableau), databases (e.g. SQL), and/or RPA solutions (e.g. UiPath, Automation Anywhere, Blue Prism) Education Bachelor's degree (or higher) in Business, Finance, Information Systems, Accounting or other technical discipline #LI-BF1 CrossCountry Consulting provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants and believes that respect and fair treatment are critical to creating a productive, diverse, and inclusive workplace. As an equal opportunity employer, CrossCountry is fully committed to comply with all federal, state, and local laws. A ll qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, pregnancy, genetics, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
  • Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Associates of the Corporate Finance team are responsible for day to day activities of the finance team. The individual selected will be responsible for certain aspects of the monthly close and quarterly financial reporting process. Additional duties and responsibilities will be assigned with demonstrated proficiency and experience. Responsibilities The candidate is expected to: Prepare journal entries and reconciliations for month-end close Perform analysis of financial results Prepare debt compliance calculations and quarterly compliance reports Assist with financial statement preparation, SEC reporting, and other regulatory reporting for international locations Assist with accounting for corporate investments and the consolidation of investment vehicles Assist with internal and external audit requests Special projects and ad hoc reporting as needed Qualifications The successful candidate will possess strong analytical skills and attention to detail. Additionally, the ideal candidate will possess: 2+ years of experience, preferably with public accounting experience Four-year accounting degree (minimum) with demonstrated academic achievement CPA or CPA candidate preferred Demonstrated ability to work independently and self-motivate Problem solving skills with a commitment to continuous process improvement Strong work ethic and the ability to prioritize multiple responsibilities while meeting demanding deadlines Effective interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work cooperatively in a team environment Requires proficiency in Microsoft Office applications; advanced Excel skills
  • Lancaster, Ohio, Finance Director Fairfield County ADAMH Board   Lancaster, Ohio   Organizational Background The Fairfield County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health (ADAMH) Board is responsible for the planning, funding, and monitoring of mental health, addiction, and recovery services in Fairfield County, Ohio. Its mission is to promote healing, support recovery, and provide prevention and treatment services for mental health and addiction disorders within the community. Mental health, inpatient psychiatric, substance use, domestic violence, and other social services are offered through ADAMH's provider network. The organization is led by a 14-member Board of Directors and nine staff members. The combined operating and capital budget is $12M, with local levy funds serving as the primary revenue source ($6M annually). Other funding is also received from state and federal sources. ADAMH has a track record of success. Last year, 15,000 persons received prevention, recovery supports, and treatment services through its provider network. In 2022, the organization plans on opening a new crisis stabilization unit. The organization has changed its funding model to focus on services of greatest need and cost-effectiveness. ADAMH has also started a new prevention funding model that empowers local school districts to choose services most needed for their student populations. ADAMH is located in Lancaster, Ohio, near the Hocking River and about 33 miles southeast of Columbus, Ohio. Historic Downtown Lancaster offers eclectic and unique shopping, access to multiple restaurants, and many arts, theater, and music events. To learn more about the organization, go to https://fairfieldadamh.org .    Position Summary ADAMH seeks an experienced and highly skilled Finance Director to support all areas of the organization, including financial management, contract management, budgeting, auditing, and internal controls. The position will possess superior technical, operational, and leadership skills. The position reports to the Executive Director and directly supervises four staff positions, including the Finance Assistant, Director of Management Information Systems, Property and Construction Manager (to be hired), and part-time Computer Specialist (to be hired). The Finance Director is responsible for a combined $12M annual operating and construction budget. Responsibilities Leadership and Administration Help develop and execute multi-year financial strategies that advance ADAMH's priorities and impact. Promote administrative excellence, leadership, creativity, collaboration, transparency, and accountability throughout ADAMH and its funded agencies. Supervise, mentor, and evaluate four finance and operations staff members. Build and maintain strong relationships with the ADAMH provider network, the Fairfield County Commissioners and staff, and other local, state, and federal divisions and organizations. Work closely with the ADAMH Executive Director and Board of Directors to strengthen overall organizational capacity and impact.   Financial Strategy and Management Analyze and present financial reports in an accurate and timely manner; share financial statements monthly and annually; collate financial reporting materials for Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Fairfield County, and other funders; and oversee all financial, project/program, and grants accounting. Oversee and lead the annual budgeting and planning process in conjunction with the Executive Director; set budgetary goals and objectives; work with Fairfield County in budget implementation and reporting processes; and keep the Executive Director abreast of the organization's financial status. Manage organizational cash flow and forecasting to support operational requirements.   Grant and Contract Management Direct grants/contracts management and monitoring, including helping design program budgets and providing decision support to management, staff, and all agency and non-agency contracts. Assure costs and fees for paid services are fair and reasonable for the market. Forecast and track grant spending and ensure all grants are spent appropriately, and requirements and regulations are fulfilled satisfactorily. Ensure that the contract billing and collection schedule is maintained.   Auditing, Compliance, and Reporting Coordinate and lead the annual audit and any other state, federal, or special audits; liaise with external auditors; and assess any changes necessary. Assure that contract agency audits are completed annually, and corresponding corrective actions are completed. Establish, implement, and update all necessary business policies and accounting practices to ensure compliance with Fairfield County and other federal, state, and local governmental agencies. In collaboration with program staff, assure Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services Annual Assurances and Agreements requirements are met. Remain current on nonprofit GAAP accounting, reporting and control best practices, HIPAA, and state and federal law regarding nonprofit financial operations.    Operations Coordinate with the Finance Assistant to administer payroll and benefits. Oversee processing by Financial Assistant of all revenues, receivables, and payables. Identify and manage business risks and insurance contracts. Support the Information Technology team to set and execute its IT strategy, including maintaining ADAMH's information within Great Office System Helper (GOSH) and Munis, ADAMH's accounting/ERP system. Oversee the facilities team to ensure facilities and assets are functioning appropriately and meeting organizational needs, and direct any building projects and improvements. Supervise filing systems for all administrative, contract, grant, and financial records. Professional Qualifications and Experience A Master's degree in business administration, public administration, or accounting (or similar) and a minimum of 10 years of broad financial experience in increasing roles of responsibility with at least five years in a financial management role. At a minimum, a Bachelor's degree in business administration or accounting is required or equivalent in education. Experience in nonprofit accounting, including fund and grant accounting, compliance, and reporting; experience in health care or social services is a plus. Excellent knowledge of business principles and techniques of administration, organization, managerial accounting, and GAAP finance principles. Supervisory experience and a demonstrated ability to develop and lead others. Successful experience managing a budget of at least $8M. A track record in local, state, and federal grants and contract management. Able to work effectively with a diverse population of staff, agencies, and government. Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple priorities to ensure work is completed in a timely and productive manner. Excellent communication skills, both orally and in writing, including the ability to communicate effectively interpersonally, within groups, and with persons with varying levels of financial knowledge. Strong analytical skills and the ability to develop and present concise and clear solutions. Knowledge of the MUNIS accounting system and GOSH claims system is beneficial but not required. Ability to engage in a demanding work schedule with occasional travel. Commitment to ADAMH's mission, vision, and values. Personal Characteristics or Attributes Ideally, the Finance Director will be accessible, empathetic, ethical, diplomatic, decisive, resourceful, and politically savvy. The person will be a self-starter who is eager to explore opportunities. Compensation The salary and benefits are competitive. Benefits include health, dental, and vision coverage; life insurance; disability; retirement through the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System; vacation time; sick leave; holidays; and personal leave days. The employee would also have access to a robust wellness program, a county-owned fitness room, and a county health clinic. The successful candidate must be willing to relocate to the region within 3-6 months. Statement of Non-Discrimination ADAMH is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate based on age, sex, race, color, religion, disability, military status, genetic testing, or national origin. ADAMH actively seeks a diverse pool of candidates and welcomes applications from all qualified candidates. Application Process To apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume electronically to Gretchen Kunkel at The Moran Company through the link below. The cover letter should highlight your qualifications and experiences and how they align with ADAMH's requirements. Particular attention should be given to communicating your past experiences and achievements within governmental and nonprofit institutions, especially those within health care or social service.  APPLY NOW   The salary and benefits are competitive. Benefits include health, dental, and vision coverage; life insurance; disability; retirement through the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System; vacation time; sick leave; holidays; and personal leave days. The employee would also have access to a robust wellness program, a county-owned fitness room, and a county health clinic.
  • Columbus, Ohio, Crane Group Senior Financial Analyst Crane Group is seeking a finance professional to play a starring role in our reporting, analytics, and continuous improvement efforts. As a senior analyst on our team, you will work closely with Finance, Accounting, and IT professionals to establish best practices for reporting and generate ad hoc insights that enable rapid decision-making and improvements in our portfolio businesses. You’ll support our strategic planning, budgeting, and forecasting efforts with a keen attention to detail and ability to see the bigger picture. This role is an in-office opportunity with potential flexibility for occasional work from home following onboarding. What We’re Looking For A bachelors degree and 5+ years of work experience in Finance, Economics, Analytics, MIS, Accounting, or a related function Strong technical skills; aptitude and preference for using data from multiple sources to solve problems Experience with business intelligence tools (such as Power BI, Halo, etc.) and extensive experience and high comfort level in Excel Experience with strategic planning, budgeting, and financial reporting Task focus, analytical ability, intellectual curiosity, bias for action   What You’ll Do Build & maintain processes and tools to record, analyze, and communicate current and forecasted business and investment performance, ultimately driving growth and profitability Proactively look for ways to better understand business performance, leveraging new information to help improve visibility into key performance indicators and forecasting accuracy Support key planning & analysis processes including annual budgeting, periodic forecasting, and month-end closing analysis Develop expertise with internal and external data sources to drive efficiency and accuracy Prepare periodic reporting on fair market value performance of businesses and investment portfolio for audiences including shareholders, board of directors, and executive management Propose and lead process improvement and reporting enhancement initiatives Conduct ad-hoc analysis in support of strategic initiatives or business acquisitions   About Crane Group Crane Group is a private, family-owned holding and management company based in Columbus, Ohio. We partner with businesses and investors that demonstrate sustainable growth and an exciting vision for the future. Our investment philosophy is centered around providing patient capital and adopting a long-term approach. At Crane Group, we believe that a company’s long-term health and prosperity is fundamentally connected to that of its employees and communities. This belief has been a defining characteristic of our family business for over 70 years. And it is our foundation for building successful, entrepreneurial-minded businesses that strive to improve the well-being of our associates, family members and communities. We welcome into our extended family those who share our values and who believe in aligning those values with action. And we are driven by the opportunity to be a springboard for our partners, and to help make their visions a reality. In turn, nothing makes us prouder or more fulfilled than experiencing the success of those we touch - our collective business family and our communities. Throughout our history, we have partnered with and grown businesses across a broad range of industries. And in that time, we have learned a lot about creating organizational value while prioritizing people as the foundation of our business strategy. This experience has given us the confidence to take on new challenges, but with a keen awareness that there is always more to learn. So, while our beliefs and values have not changed, we continue to evolve, ask questions, and look for new ways to do things better.
  • milwaukee, Wisconsin, You can make a difference, as we are seeking a Director of Gift Planning ! The Director of Gift Planning is responsible for managing an assigned portfolio of GMF constituents, stewarding existing donors and cultivating prospective donors while maintaining strong relationships with Foundation staff, local community leaders and the professional adviser community. The incumbent oversees all aspects of the planned giving process and professional adviser marketing, as well as provides educational opportunities to Foundation staff and external constituents about deferred gifts and changes in tax laws. In addition, this role oversees the Gift Planning team and the work of the Associate Director of Gift Planning, providing oversight to the estate administration process. Key Responsibilities : Serves as GMF's principal liaison with professional advisers and Legacy Society members, with the ultimate goal of developing referrals and obtaining planned gifts from prospective donors. Manages a portfolio of donors and prospects, developing and executing on strategies to bring them closer to the Foundation’s mission with the goal of stewarding donors and increasing their investment. Implements an annual plan for the cultivation and education of professional advisers of all racial backgrounds in the greater Milwaukee area, which includes representing GMF at adviser and prospect events, conducting individual and group meetings, offering educational presentations, and publishing digital and print-based marketing materials to increase referrals. Supervises the Gift Planning team; serves on GMF’s Management Team and the Development and Philanthropic Services Leadership Team. Oversees the activities of the Herbert J. Mueller Society, the Foundation's recognition society for professional advisers. Develops and executes strategies to engage donors, prospects, advisers and volunteers of color to advance the Foundation’s commitment to Racial Equity and Inclusion. Delivers educational presentations and marketing materials to promote charitable giving and the benefits of the Foundation to staff, the Board, Legacy Society members, current and prospective donors, non-profit organizations and professional advisers. Works creatively with current and prospective donors and their advisers to create charitable gifts that meet each donor's financial, estate planning and charitable goals and align with the Foundation’s strategic priorities. Provides oversight to the planned giving process, in concert with the Associate Director of Gift Planning. Serves as lead for inquires for and administration of complex gifts, including but not limited to life insurance policies, real estate, privately held securities and other assets. Participates in estate planning councils and other adviser organizations in order to cultivate relationships with professional advisers and increase estate planning knowledge. Engages in volunteer management work, including preparing for and presenting at the Development and Philanthropic Services Committee and working with Campaign Committee volunteers as requested.   Application Deadline: April 13 - submit resume, cover letter and salary requirements when applying . Benefits : We offer an excellent benefit package, which includes health, dental, vision, flexible spending, life insurance, 403(b) retirement plan, paid time off (PTO), educational assistance and more! Due to COVID-19, our offices are currently operating with employees working remotely. The successful candidate may be required to work remotely in the interim. We recognize that at this moment, during the pandemic, it is a uniquely difficult time for most people and we aim to be as flexible and supportive as possible in both the recruitment for and onboarding of this position. The Greater Milwaukee Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and encourages people of diverse backgrounds to apply. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Bachelor’s degree in related field required, such as finance, accounting, marketing or law. Graduate degree or special certification (e.g. CTFA, CPA, CFP) strongly preferred. Seven (7) or more years of experience in estate or financial planning, charitable fund development, cultivation of professional advisers, donors or institutional advancement, corporate philanthropy or philanthropic advising required. Experience in the cultivation and securing of major and planned gifts or experience working with high net worth clients in a sales environment required. Demonstrated commitment to racial equity and inclusion. Must have a valid driver’s license, proof of auto insurance and reliable transportation. Supervisory experience preferred. Bilingual skills in Spanish desirable. Demonstrated knowledge and skills in planned giving, estate planning, tax laws, professional advising and charitable giving. Knowledge of laws, regulations and processes related to charitable giving and nonprofit operations. Demonstrated ability to develop strong and credible relationships with donors/clients.
  • Detroit, Michigan, The Eastern Market Partnership seeks an exceptional, talented individual to help its staff continue to carry out its mission to nourish a healthier, wealthier, happier Detroit. The Partnership invites applications and expressions of interest for the position of Director of Accounting . The Director of Accounting serves at the direction of the President of Eastern Market Partnership and is responsible for keeping the financial records of Eastern Market Corporation and Eastern Market Development Corporation including: accounts payable, accounts receivable, grants administration, accounting procedures, preparation of financial reports in a timely fashion, forecasting and providing a variety of in-house financial services to support improved cost management and financial controls to improve the financial sustainability of the organization. The Director of Accounting should exhibit strong analytical, teamwork, and leadership skills and be able to solve problems, prioritize, and multi-task. The successful candidate must exhibit evidence of strong character with honesty, accountability, and trust. At Eastern Market Partnership, diversity is an integral part of our history, culture, and identity. We strive to create an inclusive environment where all forms of diversity are respected and valued. We strongly encourage applicants of all backgrounds to apply. The Director of Accounting will be responsible for leading the organization’s accounting department and providing the following services to the organization:   In collaboration with President, Auditor, and Finance Committee selects, implements, and operates an accounting system that meets the needs of the Eastern Market Corporation/Eastern Market Development Corporation; In collaboration with the President and Finance Committee prepares annual budgets for the organizations; Works in tandem with external auditor to prepare annual audit and annual reports for the Federal Internal Revenue Service and the State of Michigan relevant to maintaining not-for-profit status of the corporation; Creates and implements allocation of expenses and revenue to all departments; Produces timely program/departmental reports to inform budget making and long-term forecasting; Oversees accounts payable including gathering proper documentation, processing invoices, coding the invoice to the proper account, verifying that the charge is appropriate under its contract and within budget parameters; Oversees accounts receivable including the preparation and submission of invoices and reports to various funding sources, the collection of lease payments, and the recording of deposits. Also responsible for billing of dues and donations payable to the organization; Prepares general ledger reports including the creation and entry of journal entries and the verification of balances; Monitors cash flow and prepares cash flow forecast reports for the organizations; Prepares all monthly and quarterly reports to taxing agencies; Directs and coordinates audits with government agencies and other funders; Works with the other staff to supplement project development pro forma, sources and uses, and project or program accounting.   Grants Management Duties Will manage the financial requirements of a portfolio of government, philanthropic, and corporate grants with a wide variety of accounting and reporting requirements: Implements and maintains grant accounting and protocols; Responsible for grant budgeting, forecasting, and ensuring coordination of grants cash flow with the operating revenues cash flow; Collaborates with EMC legal counsel to review grant agreements before their review by the Grants / Community Development Director and execution by EMC President; Ensures that grant funds are fully auditable and allowable; Manages Federal grants and completes single audits; Prepares timely reports detailing grant activities and coordinates evaluation of grant   General Management Duties Presents financial statements to board and the finance committee; Supervises accounting staff including, performance review, allocation of tasks, and advising on professional development; Monitors third party payroll processing. The successful candidate for Director of Accounting should possess the following qualifications: Master’s degree and/or Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and minimum of seven years’ experience in financial analysis, budgeting/forecasting, or grants/contract administration for a business or a non-profit organization; Demonstrated cultural competency to interact with employees, contractors, and subcontractors coming from a wide variety of races, ethnicities, and walks-of-life to comply with project budgets, deadlines, and reporting requirements; Successful track record of managing the financial performance of a portfolio of grants from public and private sources. Ability to accomplish many tasks simultaneously. Contributes to a strong culture of team-work and collaboration among EMP staff. Maintains calm, utilizes good judgment, and reasoning ability within a variety of situations. Effective speaking and writing skills.
  • St Louis, Missouri, CLASSIFICATION:                            Exempt A.    GENERAL SUMMARY This position has primary responsibility for performing routine accounting functions such as report production and review (internal and external), ledger/account reconciliation and maintenance, cost analysis and posting.  The incumbent also assists in preparing financial analysis of simple operating statistics and/or financial data. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE POSITION   Duties are described in major areas in order of importance, and after each major area, the approximate percentage of time working on various components of the job is estimated.   PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION AND COORDINATION (90%)         Provide Grant Accounting for Federal Programs. Prepare Grant Program Reimbursement Requests (i.e., draw and related documents). Process and review cash activity associated with Federal, State and Local programs to ensure all activity has been recorded for the month as needed. Prepare journal entries related to the various areas of responsibility to support of month end closing in compliance with federal regulations, modified and accrual basis of accounting. Timely review of all Program Purchase Orders, Requisitions and Check Requests for proper application of cost principles. Assist with agency procurement procedures related to Head Start program.  Maintain and balance program accounts by verifying, allocating, posting, reconciling transactions; resolving discrepancies. Prepare, monitor, analyze and report on the program(s) budgets including monthly budget to actual reports. Prepare and present monthly financial reports to program staff and/or Policy Council/Advisory Board. Collaborate with Program Managers and/or Vice Presidents. Prepare quarterly and semi-annual Federal Financial Reports.  Prepare indirect cost rate reconciliation and administrative cap analyses.  Monitor Head Start compliance with grant requirements. Assists with analysis, interpretation, and communication of cost and expense variances to Management. Evaluate the appropriateness of defined cost allocation methodologies. Comply with GAAP and legal accounting requirements. Prepares (and/or reviews) programmatic and fiscal reports for external and internal sources timely and on or before the deadlines for submission. Coordinates and monitors data entry to include resolution of systematic corrections working in conjunction with other business office team members. Perform monthly, quarterly, and annual closing activities. Provide assistance with fiscal monitoring reviews conducted by federal, state and local agencies.       Provides input in the day-to-day decisions for administering all financial functions of the agency. Assist in the preparation of required schedules for year-end audits. Reconciles and reviews bank statements as needed. Perform other appropriate duties as assigned. TRAINING (10%) Attends all professional development workshops and meetings as deemed necessary by supervisor Knowledge:   Thorough knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and Uniform Grant Guidance regulations regarding federal expenditures.  Knowledge of automated accounting systems, modern office technology and procedures, telephone techniques; composition, grammar, and punctuations.  Able to establish rapport and maintain professional and public relationships.  Knowledge of basic safety precautions while working at Agency facilities.   Abilities :  Ability to learn and apply new software applications such as Abila – MIP Accounting System. Ability to work independently, efficiently, and to assess priorities with a high level of accuracy.  Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.  Ability to interact with staff at all levels and with individuals outside the Agency. Ability to make independent decisions.  Ability to develop plans of action and follow through.
  • Saint Louis, Missouri, POSITION SUMMARY: Position handles all aspects of purchasing.  Maintains journals, reconciles and reports Accounts Receivable, processes daily cash receipts, divisional audits, and departmental accounts.   PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Orders supplies and equipment, making price and specification comparisons and accepts bids. Maintains receipts and refunds on FIS and IDX and resolving outstanding items. Prepares journals to allocate income, verifying accuracy of refunds, discounts, corrections and charges to the correct divisional account. Handles maintenance contracts and renewals reviewing and updating as needed in coordination with appropriate personnel and processes payment of services and goods received in areas of responsibility by appropriate documentation or process. Performs various audits within the division and maintains receipts of daily deposits. Maintains files, varied accounting reports and purchasing documentation. Processes payments from mail and lock box, tracking daily receipts. Performs receiving functions for supplies or equipment not on purchase orders and monitors incorrect orders and damaged goods from vendors, returning for merchandise credit or replacement merchandise.   OTHER FUNCTIONS: Assists with/handles special projects, annual budget and operating statements. Distributes paychecks, handles petty cash, and distributes monthly payroll calendars. Monitors reports for the department and the University.     REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma or equivalent high school certification, with some college accounting course work. Five years of experience in accounting/purchasing, or the equivalent of 5 years of related college level education and experience in accounting, finance, purchasing and/or bookkeeping.   PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in related field. Working knowledge of general office equipment and computers with accounting, including experience in FIS system utilization or other related financial systems. Effective verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills. Effective organization skills with ability to prioritize work.   Please Apply at: www.wustl.edu to JOB ID: 51280   Washington University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status.