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TAX MANAGER, DEVELOPMENT & EXEMPT ORGANIZATIONS

KPMG, LLP

Category: Job Openings

Posted: 2/11/2020

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Requisition #: 47084

Practice Area: Tax Services

Location: McLean, VA

At KPMG, we are reimagining tax with you in mind. Become an integral part of a dynamic team within a collaborative, future forward environment at one of the world's top tax firms. Be surrounded by deep tax knowledge and equipped with the latest in cutting-edge tax technologies. And join an extensive network of functional, industry, legislative and technical specialists with access to our Ignition Centers, where technology innovation accelerates. We welcome people with a passion for tax, a spirit for new thinking, and a commitment to providing outstanding client service today, and tomorrow.

KPMG is currently seeking a Manager to join our Development & Exempt Organizations practice.

 

Chief Financial & Administrative Officer

Climate Advisers

Category: Job Openings

Posted: 2/11/2020

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Climate Advisers is seeking an experienced Chief Financial & Administrative Officer (CFAO) to provide strategic financial expertise and leadership to the organization. The CFAO serves as a key member of the executive team, supporting Climate Advisers’ mission to strengthen climate action in the United States and around the world. The position is ideal for someone who has experience working with nonprofits/NGOs on international government grants and is eager to work on addressing one of the greatest challenges of our time. The work environment is fast-paced, flexible and nimble, yet offers the benefits of a professional and mature organization.

 

The Organization

Founded in 2008, Climate Advisers is a group of policy, research and advocacy organizations working to deliver the post-carbon economy. It is comprised of Climate Advisers Inc. (CAI), a consultancy; Climate Advisers Trust (CAT), a US nonprofit; and Climate Advisers UK (CA UK), a UK nonprofit. In the United States and around the world, Climate Advisers creates and implements large-scale, cost-effective strategies to strengthen climate action and improve lives. The organization works in partnership with leading philanthropies, think tanks, advocacy groups, international institutions, companies and governments. By understanding complex policy and political challenges, Climate Advisers brings together globally recognized thought leaders around:

·     Forests, Lands, Oceans: Its largest portfolio, Climate Advisers works to reduce emissions from deforestation and strengthen the role of natural climate solutions.
Energy: Climate Advisers promotes clean energy policy to deliver the low carbon economy.    Financial Markets: Climate Advisers identifies climate and sustainability risks.
Diplomacy: Climate Advisers creates and implements strategies to strengthen international climate cooperation.
US Policy & Politics: Climate Advisers develops sound policy solutions in Washington, DC and across the US.

Climate Advisers offers an award-winning culture and a beautiful office environment in Washington, DC, that emphasizes transparency, risk taking and collaboration. Climate Advisors is currently in a period of growth and has nearly two dozen employees and an annual revenue in excess of $5 million. The organization is governed by a five-member Board of Directors. For more information, please visit https://www.climateadvisers.com/.

The Position

Reporting to the CEO, the CFAO shapes Climate Advisers’ long-term business strategy, while developing and implementing policies and procedures to ensure good governance, including sound financial controls. The CFAO oversees and manages the finances for all three entities (with CAT being the largest), human resources, information systems, contracts, and facilities. Direct reports include the Human Resources Director, Executive & Program Assistant, and an accounting/finance contractor.

Working with the CEO, VP & Head of Programs and other staff, the CFAO will focus on the following priorities:

·      Ensuring funding flows appropriately across legal entities (CAI, CAT, CA UK).
·      Assuring Climate Advisers manages its grant reporting and compliance with foreign funders and investors.
·      Strengthening financial systems and other internal systems and processes.
·      Continuously improving the organization’s fiscal function and performance.
·      Supporting the program teams with budgeting and program management; improving the budgeting process across the organization.
·      Working collaboratively with the Climate Advisers’ operations team to share knowledge across the organization.

In addition to these key priorities, the CFAO is responsible for the following:

Financial and Strategic Planning:

·    Prepare annual budgets and financial targets for strategic plan, and support CEO in strategic planning processes and business analysis.
·     Perform ongoing financial analysis; develop financial reports, and present financial information to the team, Board, funders, and partners in an accurate and timely manner.

 

Accountant II, Accounts Receivable

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Category: Job Openings

Posted: 2/10/2020

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Summary/Objective 

The Accountant II, Accounts Receivable position is responsible for the full life cycle of the accounts receivable process, ensuring all payments are accurately recorded and reconciled.

 

Essential Functions

1.      Maintain accounting module within Association Management System (NetForum); assist and validate product set up

2.      Prepare monthly cash receipts and AR activity journal entries

3.      Set up, reconcile, and close batches

 

Test

BWG

Category: Services

Posted: 2/10/2020

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Testing

 

Serve on board of international nonprofit

Learning Life

Category: Volunteer Opportunities

Posted: 1/6/2020

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Learning Life is a Washington DC-based nonprofit lab devoted to innovating education and citizen engagement.  Our flagship program, the Family Diplomacy Initiative, connects families online across borders to nurture mutual understanding in our divided world.  Our International Mentoring Program connects caring U.S.-based mentors with kids in Washington DC and abroad to help open the world to children from lower-income families. 

We are looking for an accountant or bookkeeper to serve on our executive board.  The ideal candidate is of color, works for an international affairs organization, and is willing to invest the time to help guide and grow Learning Life, but we welcome all interested accountants or bookkeepers.  Please email me your resume at paul@learninglife.info, and indicate 2-3 times upcoming that you're free to talk.