Accounting Manager at Smith, Bucklin & Associates in

Employer
Smith, Bucklin & Associates
Location
Washington, DC
Posted
Jan 09, 2022
Closes
Jan 20, 2022
Ref
319050478
Hours
Full Time
Description SmithBucklin, a 100 percent employee-owned association management company, is looking for an Accounting Manager to join our Financial Management & Accounting Services (FMAS) team in Washington DC. Our FMAS unit provides client organizations with substantial experience, resources and proven practices in non-profit financial management, including not only a comprehensive set of accounting services, but also decision-support tools and guidance. What You Will Do Lead 2-3 accounting team members; perform staff reviews; train and develop; and mentor senior and staff accountants Plan and manage overall accounting activities for client organizations Review daily accounting activity for each assigned client Review and analyze monthly financial statements; provide recommendations on improving financial operations to key client personnel Maintain client compliance with current tax and legal regulations Manage and supervise the annual audit process; review the annual audit Manage client relationships with key vendors (eg tax providers, auditors, banks, investment advisors, etc.) Assist in the annual budget process; develop assumptions used as a basis for budget development; summarize the budget in relation to the client's Strategic Plan; and prepare periodic forecasts Review/monitor appropriate internal controls and monitor compliance for cash receipts, AP, AR, investments, competitive bids and purchase orders Aid in the development and periodic review of an investment policy; analyze performance in relation to investment benchmarks; and aid in the development of an operating reserve policy to provide for future client programs Provide financial management support to executive directors and client teams Provide support to Finance Committees and Boards when required Work with the executive director to estimate the financial impact for Board and Finance Committee initiatives when applicable This Role Might Be for You If You enjoy working with multiple clients in a fast-paced environment You have a proven analytical ability with a results driven orientation You demonstrate proven relationship management skills You possess solid verbal and written communication skills You have the ability to travel up to 5% annually and work overtime as needed (around month end close, client year-end financial close and audits) Basic Qualifications Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year institution with a concentration in Accounting 5-7 years of progressive accounting experience, to include 2 plus years of people management experience Preferred Qualifications Public accounting or related multi-client experience is preferred CPA is preferred Proficiency with Adobe and Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)Salary Range: $100K -- $150K *Minimum QualificationAccounting

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