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UVA, Master Science in Accounting Graduate

Category: Resumes

Posted: 5/18/2018

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A motivated CPA candidate with multi-cultural teamworking and life experience. A well-qualified accounting and IT professional with data analytic and critical thinking skills. A passionate volunteer dedicated to community services.

 

Accounting Manager - General Ledger

The National Academy of Sciences

Category: Job Openings

Posted: 6/14/2018

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The Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) is responsible for all financial aspects of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, a not-for-profit organization with approximately $300 million in annual revenues. This includes Accounting, Budget, Contracts and Grant Accounting, Travel and Financial Analysis, and Reporting.

The Accounting Manager assists the Associate Controller in managing the general ledger for the Academies. The primary duty of this position is to oversee the annual financial statement and uniform guidance audits for the organization. The Accounting Manager also oversees the processes that contribute to the accurate and timely close of the books on a monthly basis. The Accounting Manager develops policies and procedures and formulates and administers approved accounting practices necessary to control operations. The Accounting Manager supervises the general ledger team which consists of senior and staff accountants. She/he defines team operating standards and ensures essential procedures are followed based on knowledge of own discipline. Decisions are guided by policies and procedures with guidance from the Associate Controller. The Manager must directly supervise exempt level employees and may supervise nonexempt employees directly or indirectly.

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Accounting Manager - Treasury

The National Academy of Sciences

Category: Job Openings

Posted: 6/14/2018

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The Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) is responsible for all financial aspects of The National Academies, including Accounting, Budget, Contracts and Grant Accounting, Travel, and Financial Analysis and Reporting.

The Accounting Manager mainly assists in managing the Treasury function for the National Academies, a not-for-profit organization with approximately $350 million in annual revenues. This role also assists in the accounting and financial reporting functions of The National Academies Corporation (TNAC). The primary duties of this job are directly related to cash management, investment, and tax reporting. Oversees the preparation of related reports and statistics. Develops related policies and procedures and formulates and administers approved accounting practices, providing reliable information necessary to control operations. Supervises accounting staff in assigned areas of responsibility. Defines team operating standards and ensures essential procedures are followed based on knowledge of own discipline. Decisions are guided by policies, procedures and business plan; receives guidance from senior manager. Must directly manage exempt level employees. May manage nonexempt employees directly or through supervisors/leads.

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Accounting Manager / Government Contractor

Training Resources Group, Inc.

Category: Job Openings

Posted: 3/27/2018

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Position Summary:

The Accounting Manager is a senior member of the Finance Department at TRG and reports to the Chief Financial Officer.  The Accounting Manager directs TRG’s accounting functions and is responsible for the development and improvement of our financial planning and accounting systems, and for the analysis and interpretation of trends requiring management’s attention.  They will prepare financial management reports, develops procedures, present findings and makes recommendations to senior management. They will establish and enforce proper accounting methods, policies, and principles.

 
Primary Role and Responsibilities:

• Manage and coordinate TRG’s day-to-day financial operations and reporting, ensuring timely and accurate outputs.     Make adjustments as necessary to accommodate changing priorities, meet deadlines, and effectively organize tasks in working with other staff members.

• Supervise, train and mentor accounting staff on all accounting functions; implement annual work planning and performance management reviews for Finance Department staff members.

• Under the guidance of the CFO, analyze existing accounting and finance systems and procedures and make recommendations for improvements to senior management.  Oversee the implementation and effective utilization of the new ERP system and related system enhancements.

• Enhance and implement internal controls; develop procedures, guidelines and documentation as needed.

• Close accounting periods and generate monthly and quarterly financial statements, ensuring compliance with GAAP and changing government regulations.

• Oversee preparations for annual external financial and compliance audits.

• Administer TRG’s payroll function through the external service provider (ADP).

• Assist staff in resolving operational accounting issues and problems in ways consistent with accepted accounting practices and corporate needs.  Additionally, act as a liaison between TRG’s Finance Department and other nonfinance personnel at all levels as well as outside parties.

• Provide guidance to finance staff and project managers on project financial data interpretation, budget tracking, and appropriate controls to ensure compliance with the applicable regulations and contract terms.

• Work with the CFO on incurred cost submissions, NICRA rates and corporate fiscal year budgets, and other analytical tasks as required.


Qualifications, Abilities, and Education Requirements:

• BS Degree in Accounting or equivalent field.

• An Active CPA license or CPA candidacy is highly desired.

• A minimum of 3 years’ experience in an Accounting Manager position or similar role supervising accounting staff.

• A minimum of 5 years’ in a U.S. Government contracting working environment.

• Advanced level of cost reimbursement project-based accounting skills.

• In-depth knowledge of GAAP and U.S. Government contracting and accounting regulations.

• Strong computer skills on MS Office and knowledge of and experience with recognized “GovCon” accounting software systems and electronic T&E modules (i.e., Deltek, Unanet, Jamis, MS NAV, etc.).

• Effective coaching and management skills, including demonstrated employee professional development and retention experience with a diverse team.

• Proven communication skills and strong customer service orientation.

• Team-orientated, collaborative approach, with a desire to work in a hands-on capacity.

• Capability to multi-task and perform well under pressure.

• High attention to detail and accuracy.


Preferred Skills:

• Experience in accounting, finance and operations for international projects.

• Knowledge of FAR and USAID rules and regulations.

• Knowledge of Federal Travel Regulations.

• Hands-on experience with complex new system implementations.


Applications Instructions: Please apply by visiting this link- https://trg.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=55

 
About TRG

Training Resources Group, Inc. is an employee-owned consulting firm based in Arlington, Virginia . Since 1973, TRG has provided organizational development and training services for U.S. government agencies, international organizations, non-governmental organizations and private sector/commercial clients.


As an employee-owned firm, we are each personally committed to the work we do. We understand that our success is entirely dependent on our ability to help our clients achieve their business and service goals. Internally, we place a great deal of emphasis on nurturing a widely held ownership mentality and participatory culture.


 

Deputy Controller

The National Academy of Sciences

Category: Job Openings

Posted: 6/14/2018

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The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is seeking a Deputy Controller to join our Office of the Chief Financial Officer, in Washington DC.

The Deputy Controller is a high profile position that assists the Controller in managing the financial and regulatory risks of the National Academies, a not-for-profit organization with approximately $300 million in annual revenues. The primary responsibilities include oversight for the general ledger, treasury, and tax functions of the organization. The Controller’s Office is also responsible for the accounting and financial reporting functions of The National Academies’ Corporation (TNAC), a related tax-exempt organization.

The Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) is responsible for all financial aspects of The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (the National Academies), including Accounting, Budget, Contracts and Grants Accounting, Contracts and Grants Management, Procurement, and Financial Analysis and Reporting.

The essential job duties will include:  

  •  Direct supervision of the Associate Controllers and overall oversight of employees in the Controller’s Office.  You will provide leadership and mentor / train / coach employees.

  • Work with Controller’s Office staff, external audit firms, internal auditors, and government auditors to provide accurate and timely information to support audits. Perform research and analysis to support audits.

  • Work with Controller’s Office staff, external banking, and external investment resources to manage the treasury function for the National Academies. Oversee the merchant accounts and lines of credit.

  • Work with staff to ensure the books are closed timely at month-end and year-end. Ensure timely, accurate completion of all required external reports.

  • Oversee the National Academies and TNAC tax reporting function. Ensure that all tax returns are filed accurately and on a timely basis.

  • Ensure that accounting is performed in accordance with GAAP. Implement appropriate internal controls and audit procedures to ensure accuracy of financial data. Perform financial statement analysis. Review key year-end accounting schedules and ensure that they support financial statements.

  • Act as deputy for overall Controller function.   Has decision-making and signature authority for department activities in the absence of the Controller.

  • Consult with the Controller to recommend and implement policy and practice improvements. Design and implement accounting procedures to take advantage of best practices and office automation.

  • Review new accounting issues as they arise and propose proper treatment in the National Academies financial statements.

  • Review and approve access to the accounting system (PeopleSoft Financials) and complete the annual PeopleSoft Financials security review.

  • Maintain an appropriate standard of confidentiality.  

  • Work on special projects assigned by the Controller

 

We are looking for someone who has:  

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or related field, or equivalent knowledge.

  • 8 years of related professional experience working in large non-profit organizations with highly complex revenue streams, including 5 years of supervisory experience.

  • Thorough knowledge of GAAP.

  • Ability to communicate complex accounting issues in simple, understandable terms.

  • Demonstrated ability to train and supervise subordinates.

  • Experience appropriately managing and maintaining privileged, sensitive, and confidential information.