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Financial/Budget Analyst

American Society of Health System Pharmacists-ASHP

Category: Job Openings

Posted: 7/13/2018

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Job Title
: Financial/Budget Analyst 

Reports to: Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer 

Job Summary: Performs financial analysis and budget/forecast development and monitoring. Develops and maintains financial dashboard reports. Accountable for carrying out assigned ASHP work projects. 

Major Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Determines work priorities and recommends policies and operating procedures.
  2. Interacts with others and provides advice on accounting and financial matters related to the execution of ASHP’s programmatic and/or operational initiatives.
  3. Works closely with Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Controller/Director, senior leadership team to develop annual budgets.
  4. Responsible for updating and maintaining accounting and financial aspects of budgeting and forecasting software.
  5. Responsible for creating budget and forecast models in budgeting and forecasting software.
  6. Updates and maintains revenue model and dashboard reports.
  7. Prepares ad hoc financial analysis as needed.
  8. Reviews and analyzes monthly financial statements and reports on budget variances.
  9. Prepares reports and presentations for the Committee on Financial Review.
  10. Prepares charts and presentations for Committee on Financial Review, Committee on Finance and Audit, and Board of Directors.
  11. Assists with the preparation of the monthly financial statements and reconciliations.
  12. Assists with preparing schedules and reports for the year-end audit.
  13. Performs other duties as assigned.



  • Degree in accounting, finance, or business administration.
  • CPA, CMA, and/or MBA preferred.
  • Prophix experience preferred.
  • Requires a minimum of five years’ experience in accounting environment with strong financial analysis and cost accounting background.
  • Previous experience with non-profit organizations preferred.
  • Intermediate technical accounting skills.
  • Analytical thinking skills.
  • Decision making skills.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Personal credibility skills.
  • Problem solving skills.
  • High degree of accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Highly proficient in Microsoft Office.
  • Great Plains and Personify experience a plus.
  • Previous experience with budgeting and forecasting software. preferred.
  • Comfortable making presentations.



Senior Staff Accountant

The Infectious Diseases Society of America

Category: Job Openings

Posted: 6/18/2018

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Would you like to work for a dynamic and progressive employer while impacting society? The Infectious Diseases Society of America (, a national medical association representing more than 11,000 physicians and scientists with a highly-respected voice in infectious diseases policy and advocacy and clinical and scientific affairs is seeking exceptional candidates for our Senior Staff Accountant opening.  The Senior Accountant provides a variety of accounting and analytical duties for the Society and associated organizations.

Essential Functions Include:

  • Process payroll and retirement plan contributions.  Record transactions in accounting system through journal entries
  • Prepare cash receipt journal entries. Accumulate data from the Society’s banking institution and subsidiary systems to prepare and enter appropriate journal entries into the accounting system
  • Prepare other journal entries as assigned by the VP of Finance and Administration
  • Prepare bank reconciliations. Utilize accounting system module to provide a key internal control of bank reconciliations for all   checking accounts.  Enter appropriate journal entries to ensure a complete accounting of cash transactions
  • Process and print of accounts payable checks. Review payables batches entered by the Accounting Assistant; make decisions on timing of payment processing and create payment batches for check printing and automated payment transactions
  • Perform balance sheet and income statement account reconciliations as assigned by the VP of Finance and Administration
  • Coordinate, prepare and distribute cash and investment reports to the Treasurers of three Societies
  • Perform monthly accrual, prepaid and deferral journal entries needed for closing the books
  • Run draft financials for all companies, review reports for proper recording of transactions and finalize distribution of financial

Knowledge and Skills Required

  • Ability to work independently and coordinate multiple priorities with different deadlines
  • Ability to recognize processes in need of revision or updating, analyze options and implement changes
  • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Highly dependable and organized with business acumen and discretion

Education and Experience

  • 4-8 years of accounting experience, including internal controls
  • Experience with internal controls
  • Experience in Great Plains or similar system preferred
  • Minimum of Associate’s degree required

Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. We also offer an excellent benefits package!

Please click on the following link to apply:


Manager, Donor Database

SOS Children's Villages USA

Category: Job Openings

Posted: 6/19/2018

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SOS Children's Villages, one of the largest NGO's dedicated to providing loving homes for orphaned and abandoned children, is seeking an experienced database manager to manage our donor database system(s) for the US fundraising office, located in Washington, DC.

SOS Children's Villages believes in a loving home for every child. We build families for children in need, help them shape their own futures and share in the development of their communities. As the world's largest organization dedicated to orphaned and abandoned children with a presence in 135 countries including the US, we provide stable, loving homes to more than 80,000 children in over 500 villages. Our medical, education and family strengthening programs impact another 1.1 million people annually.

Manager, Donor Database

Department: Operations
Reports to: Chief Operating Officer
Supervisory Responsibility: Intern(s), where available

Position Summary: 

The Manager, Donor Database is responsible for managing the CRM database, merchant service providers, lockbox processors and the SOS International Databridge. S/he must also ensure integration with all fundraising teams and relevant vendor/systems (to include email, online donation forms, and peer-to-peer fundraising).


Accounting Clerk

Global Fund to End Modern Slavery

Category: Job Openings

Posted: 6/25/2018

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Job Title:      Accounting Clerk

Reports to:  Director of Finance & Administration

Location:     D.C. metro area

About the Global Fund to End Modern Slavery

The Global Fund to End Modern Slavery(GFEMS) is a bold public-private partnership that seeks to catalyze and coordinate a coherent global strategy to end modern slavery. Our mission is to end modern slavery by making it economically unprofitable.


GFEMS will make grants across sectors and geographies with a focus on three core funding themes: rule of law, business engagement, and sustaining freedom.  The Fund’s strategy also includes the development of public-private investments across key industries and innovative approaches to evaluating what works in reducing the prevalence of modern slavery. We invite you to read more about the fund’s strategy and early investment priorities at


Position Summary

The Accounting Clerk role is an exciting opportunity to support the financial needs and team of a high-growth organization. This position will be responsible for accurately maintaining the organization’s accounting and other financial records.


  • Manage all accounts payable including ensuring costs are appropriately documented and approved, entering transactions, and supporting the execution of payments.

  • Maintain accounts receivable records, ensuring records are comprehensive and all payments are correctly applied.

  • Develop and maintain online and paper filing systems for accounting files.

  • Manage accounting schedules, and prepare and enter month end closing entries including allocation of costs and recognition of revenue.

  • Prepare and upload payroll, tax, and benefits payments and serve as a primary point person for related vendors.

  • Prepare internal and external financial reports, including for GFEMS’ donors

  • Support budgeting, both internally and for donor-specific needs

  • Support procurement process, including serving as a resource on internal compliance / policy and reviewing and maintaining relevant documentation.

  • Support the annual audit and preparation of tax forms and filings.

  • Provide additional administrative or other support as requested.



We are looking for an entrepreneurial candidate with a mix of technical and operational experience, including 1-3 years of professional experience providing a broad range of accounting support in a not for profit organization; and/or equivalent experience. Knowledge of bookkeeping and basic accounting principles is required. Experience with Quickbooks is a plus. Must have excellent organizational, attention to detail, and data entry skills.

To Apply

Please email resume and cover letter in a single PDF document labelled “firstname lastname - Accounting Clerk” to with subject line “Accounting Clerk.” You should be prepared to provide references upon request. Note that applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so interested candidates are encouraged to apply ASAP.

Compensation and Benefits

This is an outstanding opportunity for a highly motivated professional to assume a pivotal role in the evolution of a fast-growing, highly respected initiative. We are seeking an individual of outstanding quality with a respected track record. GFEMS is prepared to offer a competitive benefits package.


Senior Internal Auditor

Sigma Health Consulting

Category: Job Openings

Posted: 6/26/2018

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Senior Internal Auditor

Sigma Health Consulting, LLC (Sigma) is a woman-owned, veteran-owned small business (WOSB, VOSB) with leadership that has over 30 years of experience in the Federal sector supporting Military and Veterans services. We are a leading consulting services firm, focused on Federal healthcare. Sigma is recognized for our company integrity, excellence, agility, and client commitment. Sigma creates mission-oriented solutions for our clients’ complex challenges.


Position Summary:

Sigma is seeking a Senior Internal Auditor to lead a team/teams of individuals for our contract with the Veterans Health Administration’s (VHA’s) Office of Internal Audit and Risk Assessment (IARA), and to help mature Sigma’s internal audit service offering for Federal and healthcare clients.

Sigma currently serves as VHA IARA’s contracted internal audit team, supporting IARA”s core mission to provide independent and objective audit, assurance, and advisory services that add value and improve VHA’s operations. Internal audits conducted on behalf of IARA are performed in accordance with Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS), and focus on clinical and operational risks that impact medical facility operations and direct patient care.