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At NABA we would like to provide our professional and student members with career opportunities and help to further their development professionally. Please take advantage of the job postings listed and good luck with your job search. Free job postings are only for our chapter partners.  Contact us to learn more at president@nabapittsburgh.org.

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  • Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, Staff Accountant/Analyst Job No: 496692 Position Type: full-time Location: Lewisburg, PA Categories: Finance / Business Support Reporting to the Senior Financial Analyst, this full-time position is responsible for day to day management and controls of cash and ecommerce activity, review and processing of adjusting journal entries and automated data feeds, internal award / project accounting, and balance sheet and revenue/expense analyses in a multi-system, cloud-based environment. The Staff Accountant/Analyst works as an integral member of the Finance team in supporting the overall financial management of Bucknell University. Job Duties: Responsible for data analysis, reconciliation, and reporting of various assets and liabilities. Prepare and manage reconciliations and reporting of all bank and ecommerce activity in digital environment. Provide support to integration of banking, credit card, and e-commerce systems, general ledger, and business processes. Assist with daily cash flow analysis. Support Accounting Services and Finance Office team by performing and assisting with: - Journal entry preparation / review including automated data feeds to the accounting systems. - Support Finance team with analyses of revenues and expenses, in a hierarchical account and cost center environment. - gift, endowment, and pledge accounting, including unitized accounting for pooled endowments, analyses of pledged contributions, and net asset accounting. Primary liaison for the University's internal research and scholarly development programs; including faculty and non-faculty awards. Provides support to the Provost Office, Colleges, and other departments when internal awards are granted to faculty and staff. Assist Finance Office personnel with the preparation of supporting schedules and reconciliations for financial ratio analyses, 990 tax reporting, and other reporting requirements of the University. Provide support to internal and external auditors by responding to data and documentation requests in accordance with auditor specifications. Serve as the Finance liaison on certain student instructional projects; provide guidance and act as a resource for the student instructional projects regarding basic accounting and budget reports. Assist the Associate Controller-Accounting Services and Senior Financial Analyst in other financial operations areas as assigned. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or similar field and two years of related experience in accounting and financial reporting in a complex not-for-profit organization or a minimum of two years of auditing and accounting experience with a large, nationally recognized, public accounting firm with a not-for-profit focus. Or an equivalent combination of education and related experience in accounting and financial reporting in a complex not-for-profit organization. Experience using complex ERP systems. Demonstrated aptitude in using sophisticated data mining and report writing tools in cloud-based systems. Intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft Excel, Word, Access and PowerPoint. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with University constituents in both written and oral forms. Appreciation for and understanding of a Finance Office's role in a University setting including a focus on service and ability to work within a collaborative team environment. Familiarity with generally accepted accounting principles as applied in a higher education setting including an understanding of net asset classification accounting of gifts, pledges, and endowments. The successful candidate will have significant prior experience working with and contributing to a diverse workforce. Preferred Qualifications: Four years of related experience in accounting and financial reporting in a complex not-for-profit organization CPA certification or advanced degree Experience in Workday Work Type: full-time To apply, visit https://careers.bucknell.edu/en-us/job/496692/staff-accountantanalyst Copyright 2017 Jobelephant.com Inc. All rights reserved. Posted by the FREE value-added recruitment advertising agency jeid-5245ad10e9ab0d42b0ebf44d2dac36fe
  • West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, Tandigm Health is a pioneer in population health, focused on positively disrupting standards of care in the greater Philadelphia area. We use cutting edge data analysis and modeling for our clinical and quality programs that put primary care physicians at the heart of their patients' healthcare. Tandigm Health is looking for an experienced and creative team player to be our  Insights Data Scientist  (within our Finance department)  and drive innovation by performing and managing all steps in the predictive modeling lifecycle. This role will support Tandigm's strategic needs by applying advanced analytics to solutions for diverse business challenges, positively impacting the healthcare of patients across the region. The Insights Data Scientist will report to the Sr. Director of Analytics Strategic Programs, with high visibility to the CFO and Senior Leadership Team. The successful applicant will have experience working independently with senior stakeholders to initiate, plan, and lead analysis and predictive modelling from conceptual development to conclusion. Applicants will have a record of success demonstrating data and programming savvy, strong abilities in math and statistics, and a keen ability to evaluate the effectiveness of their models. The Insights Data Scientist must be a strong team player, clear communicator, and committed business partner, able to hold up Tandigm Health’s high standards for customer service, quality, and care for the needs of teammates and stakeholders. A passion for effecting long-lasting positive change in healthcare is a must! ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Consistently exhibits behavior and communication skills that demonstrate Tandigm Health’s commitment to superior customer service, including quality, care, and concern with each internal and external customer Develops, validates, and executes algorithms and  predictive models  to investigate problems, detect patterns, and recommend solutions Performs analyses of structured and unstructured data to solve complex business problems, utilizing advanced statistical techniques and mathematical analyses; establishes and leads ongoing processes to identify, report, and participate in data issue validation and resolution Explores, examines, and interprets large volumes of data in various forms, and recommends additional sources of data for improvements Designs, evaluates, and interprets complex data sets with various architectures and features, and performs program evaluations with ROI analyses; proposes and creates innovative and appropriate data solutions (dashboards, reports, business intelligence tools, etc.) for the measurement of processes and outcomes Guides interdisciplinary teams (clinical and non-clinical) on large scope projects to gather requirements, develop analytic approaches, create measurement plans, provide data analysis, and report results on health care utilization, expenditures, outcomes, and benchmarks Documents projects including business objectives, data gathering and processing, detailed set of results, and analytical metrics Uses, protects, and discloses Tandigm patients’ protected health information (PHI) only in accordance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) standards. Performs additional duties as assigned EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in Health Informatics, Information Systems, Mathematics, Statistics, Economics or related field Preferred: Masters in biostatistics, epidemiology, health services research, economics, quantitative science EXPERIENCE: Must have 5-7 years of experience in predictive modelling, working with healthcare financial and/or statistical analytics; experience with claims data, EMR data, CMS data, clinical outcomes, and health care utilization measurements preferred Understanding of data flows, conceptual knowledge of ETL Coding knowledge and ability to develop complex queries in a SQL Server database environment Experience in using statistical computer languages (R, Python, etc.) to manipulate data and draw insights from data sets Proficient with business intelligence solutions (data warehouses, data marts, dashboards, and scorecards) using Microsoft, Tableau or other prominent BI technology tools preferred Experience analyzing large data sets and visualizing/presenting data for stakeholders Experience analyzing data from 3rd party providers Experience with client relations/customer service Experience with project management KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES: Ability to write SQL code to extract and analyze data from multiple data sources Understanding of statistical concepts preferred (regression, correlation, analysis of variance, etc.) Ability to present complex technical information to non-technical audiences and to senior decision-makers Ability to handle multiple tasks with high attention to detail, as well as perform duties under minimal supervision Effectively resolves problems and roadblocks as they occur Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to train teammates A drive to learn and master new technologies and techniques Strong problem-solving skills PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH ADA Carrying/Lifting: Occasional, 0-50lbs Standing: Frequent, up to 3 hours per day Sitting: Frequent, up to 8 hours per day Walking: Frequent, up to 3 hours per day Repetitive Motion: Keyboard activity, telephone use, writing, reaching, grasping, pushing, pulling Visual Acuity: Ability to view computer monitors and read newsprint, with or without corrective lenses Environmental Exposure: None   Apply Here PI132604091
  • East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, East Stroudsburg University's Business Office presently seeks an attentive  General Accountant . The General Accountant will be responsible for the following duties: Perform a variety of complex accounting tasks which involve preparing financial analysis, budget management, general ledger reconciliations, journal entries, and reports Review and approve travel expense vouchers; also responsible for check production and ACH, check voiding and reissues, outstanding check reports Daily analysis of revenue bank account activity and timely resolution of issues, investigating returns and disputed items; preparation of monthly revenue bank reconciliation Research and correct reconciling items identified in an accurate and timely manner Assist with fulfilling various reporting requirements including but not limited to Chancellor’s Tax, FISAP, IPEDS, Unclaimed Property Tax, NCAA and Dept. of Ed reporting for Athletics, VSE Report for ESU’s Foundation Utilize the ERP and SIS systems to gather, process, maintain, and report financial information Provide assistance when departments have questions related to policy and procedures as well as appropriate use of account codes Assist the Controller & Asst. Controller with providing information to the external auditors to facilitate timely completion of the audit.  Prepare schedules, reports, and reconciliations requested by the audit team in a timely and accurate manner.  Address audit questions and provide comments in a timely and professional manner. Complete special projects as assigned by the University’s Controller and Asst. Controller Perform other reasonable and appropriate accounting duties as assigned   Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field and 6 months to three years experience required. Must have strong communication skills (both written and verbal), the ability to build and maintain effective working relationships within the campus community, and a great attention to detail. Should also be proficient with Microsoft Office EXCEL and WORD.   Preferred Qualifications: Experience in higher education, experience with SAP, BANNER and fund accounting a plus. Preferred qualifications may be used to further reduce the pool of applicants to those who are most highly qualified.    Work Schedule: Monday through Friday, 8AM to 4:30PM Starting Salary Approximately:  $49,633.00, plus excellent benefits. Final selection will be based upon a successful interview and background check. All candidates must furnish proof of eligibility to work in the U.S. at the time of employment. Posting Date: 4/16/2021 Closing Date: 04/30/2021 Application Link: https://ESU.csod.com/ats/careersite/jobdetails.aspx?site=1&c=esu&id=5225
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 4moms® is a consumer technology company that leverages technology and innovative design to disrupt and redefine existing industries. The company has transformed the baby gear industry with products like the 4moms mamaRoo® infant seat that replicates the bouncing and swaying motions parents make when soothing their babies, the 4moms breeze® playard that opens or closes in one simple step, and the 4moms high chair, which uses magnetic technology to make mealtime easier. We’re looking to add an Accounting Manager to our team.  This newly created role will be responsible for managing the company’s accounting activities within a rapidly growing company.  The best candidate for the position will be energetic, organized, a self-starter, deadline-driven, a multi-tasking expert, and have a broad understanding of accounting functions. The candidate will be well versed in various functions such as the monthly close process, accounting operations, inventory standard costs, process improvement, etc.  This candidate should have the ability to work independently but also thrive in a dynamic and close-knit team environment.     What you’ll be doing Oversee a staff of 2-3 accountants and their daily accounting functions, including the general ledger, accounting operations, treasury management. Manage the monthly & year end close process, including international subsidiary & multi-currency accounting, consolidation reporting, variance/trend analysis, and reporting actuals to budget.Act as a first level reviewer to ensure that transactions are recorded, documented, reviewed, and supported in accordance with company policies and generally accepted accounting principles. Compile and review monthly financial reporting package – including generation of financial statements and managing the process to develop supporting analyses for major functional areas. Work closely with finance management to review financial results of functional areas, explain variances, and perform related GL based financial analysis. Establish credit policies for customers and perform ongoing reviews of AR aging and collection procedures. Manage statutory requirements such as the annual audit with Big 4 accounting firm – including ensuring PBC deadlines are met and fielding GL specific questions from audit team – along with Sales Tax compliance. Maintain, enhance, and create new accounting policies as needed. Responsible for technical accounting research for complex transactions and writing accounting memos to support the Company’s positions and conclusions. Assist in, or lead, special projects such as evaluation and implementation of new software integrations, reporting tools, and complex accounting projects. Manage multiple tasks under tight deadlines with strong attention to detail and accuracy. Ensures that risks, exposure, and key business issues are identified, properly accounted for and resolved. What we need from you Bachelor’s degree in accounting, with 5+ years of accounting experience, 2 of which in a manager role Experience working in a fast-paced environment with quick change CPA required, Big 4 experience preferred Extensive knowledge of GAAP (its technical application and practices) Exposure to a manufacturing & SAP environment preferred Strong MS Office skills required with heavy Excel usage Self-starter, can-do attitude, and heavy organizational and prioritization skills Strong written and verbal skills, comfortable presenting to senior management 4moms team members enjoy a very competitive benefits package that includes competitive medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401(K) with company match, open paid time off, and an open & casual work environment. Team members are currently working remotely, and when we return to the office will have the opportunity to work in the office 2 days per week and 3 days remotely, depending on team priorities, individual and business performance.
  • Carnegie, Pennsylvania, Controller The Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association (HPNA), a national association serving nurses and other hospice and palliative care healthcare professionals, is seeking an experienced Controller. The Controller will be responsible for oversight of all finance, accounting, and financial reporting activities. The position will lead all day-to-day finance operations and supervise a team of 2 staff members including functional responsibility over accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, and grant funding. At HPNA we strive to support our HPNA members, certificants, and donors through the teamwork and talent of a diverse mix of dedicated employees who are empowered to thrive in a supportive environment of inclusion and belonging. Responsibilities for this role include the following: Responsible for all accounts, ledgers, and reporting systems ensuring compliance with appropriate GAAP standards and regulatory requirements. Maintain internal control and safeguards for receipt of revenue, costs, and program budgets and actual expenditures. Administer and review all financial plans and compare to actual results with a view to identify, explain, and correct variances as appropriate. Manage organizational cash flow forecasting by working in partnership with the program leaders; continuously collaborate with program leaders to assess the financial efficacy of program operations and establish finance and administrative systems to support program operations. Plan and direct the annual budgeting and planning process. Assist department heads with the development of their budgets Main contact with financial vendors Support the CEO in engaging the Boards and the Boards’ audit and finance committees involving Board finances, as well as issues and trends in financial operating models and delivery. Oversee all financial, project/program and grants accounting   Requirements: Four-year college Accounting degree required. Non-Accounting degrees need not apply CPA required. MBA preferred Seven + years of experience in Accounting and Finance. Experience with a complex non-profit with multiple programs Previous experience leading audit preparation. Proficient in QuickBooks and Microsoft Office Suite Commitment to leading and promoting a diverse team and workplace. Candidate must have demonstrated experience as a participative manager, able to coach, encourage, and hold staff accountable. Experience working professionally and collaboratively with a non-profit Board Must reside in the Pittsburgh, PA area for approximately 12-18 months. Thereafter the position will likely become fully remote.