Senior Accounting Manager
Manages Prison Fellowships general accounting functions including monthly and yearly closing processes and procedures.Oversees and coordinates the build and completion of annual budget and prepares monthly forecasts. Maintains restricted fund records, records entries, and completes grant reporting requirements. Leads monthly and year-end closings and financial statement review. Provides oversight and management with PF investments through external vendor. Will perform as a hands on manager and manage a small accounting team.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
- General Accounting and Financial Support: Oversee and manage general accounting, including monthly and yearly closing processes and procedures. Approve schedules and methods to ensure timely, informative, and accurate reporting of all financial data in accordance with GAAP, ECFA and IRS guidelines and other processes to maintain organizational structure and simplify reporting functions. Maintains sufficient funds by forecasting cash requirements and obligations.
- Financial Analysis/Budgeting: Leads and coordinates annual budgeting and monthly forecasting procedures including training on and maintenance of Dynamic Budgets. Provides financial projections by coordinating budget/forecast preparation; collecting, analyzing, and consolidating financial information; advising departments on the collection and analysis of data.
- Investments: Oversee and manage PFM investments. Work closely with the Senior Director of Finance and the external vendor to maximize performance of investment portfolio.
- Restricted Revenue: Track and manage the accounting and release of temporary restricted revenues.
- People Smart: Coach, mentor and develop all direct reports for optimal performance. Become an active participant in your employee’s performance journal which will provide on-going feedback. Facilitate annual PDPs and provide regular feedback. Recommend continuing education.
Minimum years of relevant experience: 7+ years’ experience with increasing level of responsibility in a financial setting
Education: BS in Finance; CPA strong preferred. Master’s degree is a plus
Knowledge areas: Demonstrated ability to develop, monitor, and deliver multiple simultaneous projects in a timely manner; knowledge of current Financial standards and guidelines for 501(c) 3; ability to delegate, direct, and coach for performance
Computer/Technology Skills: Advanced MS Outlook, Windows, PowerPoint, Excel; Salesforce (NGOC) or other fundraising databases is a plus.
Communication Skills: Excellent writing and editorial skills; approachable, strong collaboration skills
Percentage of travel required: 5%+
Other Skills: Strong strategic planning, analysis and reporting skills; Experience interacting with vendors and volunteers to plan and accomplish projects.
Satisfactory criminal background check (all positions).