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  • Chesapeake, Virginia, GovHR USA is pleased to announce the recruitment of candidates and selection process for the next Debt Manager for the City of Chesapeake, Virginia.  Chesapeake, VA (population of 245,000) is an independent City established in 1963 by the merger of Norfolk County and the City of South Norfolk.  The area’s history goes back to the founding of America with the historic Battle of Great Bridge and construction of the Great Dismal Swamp Canal.  Located adjacent to the world’s largest naval base, Chesapeake is the second largest City in land area in Virginia (352 sq. miles) and is the second most populous city in Virginia.  Located just 20 minutes from the Atlantic Ocean, 15 minutes from downtown Norfolk and an hour from Colonial Williamsburg and the Outer Banks of North Caroline, Chesapeake is considered one of Virginia’s premier cities, with significant potential for future residential, commercial and industrial growth.   The City has a FY 21 operating budget of $1.16 billion of which approximately one half is the school system budget.  The City has a total of 3500 employees not including the School Division.  Notably, the city has a AAA bond rating from each of the top three rating agencies, reflecting its commitment to financial planning and strong financial management.   Along with the AAA bond ratings, the City regularly receives the Government Finance Officers Association awards for its Budget Presentation and Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.  The City of Chesapeake Debt Manager plans, directs, manages and oversees the debt management activities of the City under the direction of the Director of Finance – including development and monitoring of debt policies for compliance.  The position provides central coordination of all City debt (with schools and certain component units) including general obligation, revenue and tax increment financing district improvement bonds, commercial paper, loans and other lines of credit facilities.  For Bond Sales the Debt Manager will be expected to prepare official statements, create timelines, review legal documents, create rating agency and investor presentations, accounting and closing documents.  The Debt Manager will maintain continuing disclosure and monitor post issuance compliance.  The advertised salary range is $68,000 - $89,500 DOQ with excellent benefits. Residency is not required.   Send résumé, cover letter, and contact information for three professional references by September 11, 2020 to Sarah McKee, Senior Vice President, GovHRUSA. TEL: 224/282-8310; Email: smckee@govhrusa.com. All applications must be electronic through our online application system at www.GovHRJobs.com   The City of Chesapeake is committed to compliance with the American Disabilities Act and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Diversity and inclusion are critical to our success.  We seek to recruit the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool and strongly encourage women, people of color, LGBTQ individuals, people with disabilities and veterans to apply.   Click HERE to Apply! The position requires a bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, economics or a closely related field and at least five years related financial experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience that would demonstrate the skills and ability to perform the work. The ideal candidate would possess knowledge of municipal capital financing, municipal bond markets, arbitrage and tax compliance regulations; the ability to prepare comprehensive financial and economic reports, develop and analyze alternative financial strategies, and present ideas clearly and concisely.  DOQ with excellent benefits
  • Uniondale, New York, Why Join Us? Since 1924, Friedman LLP has evolved in advising the middle market sector with leadership and uncompromising culture, rooted in organic growth. With a forward thinking approach, Friedman has expanded from the core Tax & Audit practices to diverse Advisory services including: China Consulting, Forensic, Litigation Support & Valuation Services (FLVS), Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC), Cybersecurity Consulting (CyZen), & Digital Currency. Ranked #1  in Vault’s 2020 Best Culture in the Accounting Industry, Friedman LLP offers an accepting and inclusive environment where professionals are encouraged to specialize in multiple industries while growing into respected advisors for the world ahead. We're actively seeking an Tax Manager As a Tax Manager, you will: Demonstrates thorough technical knowledge of accounting standards and reporting standards in researching, completing and reviewing technical areas. Identifies tax risk management issues and proposes potential solutions through research and collaboration with Engagement Partner Reviews tax procedures, engagement workpapers and financial statements without supervision Completes thorough review of tax workpapers on a timely basis and assures audit evidence is in accordance with firm’s documentation standards Addresses questions on advanced technical accounting matters from team members and upper level client management Advanced level tax preparation skills Monitors that tasks are assigned and completed on a timely basis and reviews workflow Oversee Seniors and Staff coordinating the day-to-day duties of planning, tax work, and wrap-up Manages multiple assignments inside an engagement Communicates with Partner on work status and client issues that arise Conducts research, consults with team members, draws conclusions and prepares memos based on target issues Advanced knowledge of applicable accounting software (e.g. ProSystem Tax, Engagement, etc.) Ability to lead small to medium sized engagements with finalized document and report requiring minimal change upon review Top review of returns, workpapers, and issues Primary client contact and liaison for complex issues that staff are unable to resolve; communicate effectively with clients and develop positive relationships with client personnel Supervise, train and mentor tax staff Our Ideal Candidate Likely Has: Bachelors of Accounting required CPA preferred 5 years’ experience in a similar role 2+ years’ supervisory experience preferred Prior experience managing engagements and clients Stays current on technical and industry developments and standards while evaluating potential impacts on their client engagements Participation in firm’s marketing and recruitment efforts including contributions to RFP’s and candidate assessment Formal mentoring relationships with all levels of staff Advanced knowledge of a minimum of 1-2 industry areas which the firm services Ability to work independently, but also work well with others
  • Boston, Massachusetts, Position Summary: Responsible for the preparation of weekly and monthly journal entries, the reconciliation of monthly balance sheet accounts and the preparation of monthly financial statements. Assist with the audit preparation for the Foundation’s annual audit and tax preparation. Assist with monthly cash flow projections. Assist with the preparation of various state and federal tax returns. Performs other related duties as assigned from time to time. Reporting to the CFO of the Foundation, the Senior Staff Accountant will be responsible for: Monthly financial closing process, including preparation of entries and posting to the general ledger Preparation of monthly account reconciliations Preparation of the draft financial statements presented to the Board on a quarterly basis, which requires keeping current with all new accounting rules and regulations Preparation of monthly analysis of certain accounts, both repetitive reconciliations (i.e. development versus accounting revenue) and those requested by the CFO Monthly preparation of financial reporting packages to be distributed to senior staff Coordination with the accounting staff to ensure that accounts payable and cash receipts are processed correctly. Assist the CFO with the preparation of grant reporting requirements, and maintain proper accounting records for grants Monitor donor funds to ensure timely allocation of expenses and assist with donor reporting Assist with the preparation of the Form 990 and state registrations Monitor cash and investments daily Assist with the preparation of reports for staff compensation matters, along with health care and flexible spending record keeping Assist with the annual audit process and tax information gathering process. Backup for the bi-weekly processing of payroll, including administration of time records of staff (including interns) and the proper processing of new hires and terminations Assist with the department’s efforts to become less paper driven Develop efficiencies within the close process, such as direct entries from 3 rd parties Work as an accounting team member to ensure success for accurate and timely reporting of financial information Participate as a team member in the upgrading of financial software and assist with developing cutting-edge presentations to the Board of Directors Assist with preparation of the financial presentation to the Board of Directors Participate in the implementation and execution of the annual budget process. Participate as a team member in Foundation events and programs Special projects as requested by the CFO The salary range for this position is $70,000-$80,000. Compensation will be commensurate with experience. To apply, please send a cover letter with salary requirements, résumé, and references via e-mail to: Doris Drummond Chief Financial Officer John F. Kennedy Library Foundation Columbia Point Boston, MA 02125 E-mail: HR@jfklfoundation.org Applications without a cover letter will not be considered. No phone calls, please. The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity toward all communities and individuals who may seek our services, for all employees, qualified applicants and volunteers, in every area of employment, without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, pregnancy (and pregnancy-related conditions), gender identity or expression, citizenship status, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, age, physical or mental disability, genetic disposition or carrier status, marital status, familial status, status as a victim of domestic violence, military or veteran status or any other category protected under applicable federal, state or local law. About the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation (“Foundation”) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the purpose of carrying President Kennedy’s legacy forward. The Foundation aims to inspire and engage both Americans and people around the world with his timeless vision of public service, civic responsibility, civil rights, scientific discovery and creative cultural pursuits, and ideals of peace, optimism and service, so they may learn how to translate them into action. As a major part of this mission, the Foundation supports the work of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, whose core function is to collect, preserve, and make available for research, the documents, audiovisual material, and artifacts of President Kennedy, his family, and his contemporaries. Today, the Kennedy Library in Boston is one of the most visited of the 14 presidential libraries in America. Over 225,000 people from around the globe visit the museum and nearly 12 million people visit the Library’s website each year, and the Foundation serves 25,000 students annually through a host of free educational programs. Qualifications: 5 years of solid accounting experience, with a B.S. in Accounting Non-profit accounting or public accounting experience a plus Proficient in Microsoft Products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.), ADP and Blackbaud Financial Edge software a plus. Must be a team player, detail oriented, possess the ability prioritize tasks well and work with various staff and managers. Organizational skills, strong verbal and written communication, self-motivation and a positive attitude are key to this role.
  • Boston, Massachusetts, Position Summary : The Staff Accountant reports to the CFO and performs a variety of daily financial and administrative tasks in support of the Finance Department. Responsibilities include, among others: Accounts Payable and Cash Receipts processing, by-weekly processing of payroll; Maintenance of Human Resource Records and administrative support to the CFO.  The job responsibilities of this position include the following: Weekly processing of accounts payable and cash receipts. Posting to general ledger accounts payable and cash receipts. Assists in the management of benefit program annual renewals Manages employee benefit vendors to ensure all plans are update-to-date with current employees and the Foundation’s fees Coordinates & processes any employee changes of benefits, new enrollments and termination of benefits (health, dental, Life/AD&D, HRA/FSA, 403b and COBRA) Coordination with staff accountant to ensure that accounts payable and cash receipts are processed correctly for fund accounting purposes. Preparation of weekly cash deposits at the bank and management of petty cash Reconciliation of bank account on daily basis.  Maintains cash spreadsheet and updates CFO as needed. Keeps current with IRS regulations to accurately prepare form 1099s Coordination of the communication with new employees and interns, which would include preparing new employee/intern packages and processing all related information. Preparation and distribution of human resource communication to current employees Data entry and clerical assistance for the accounting department Copy back-up documentation related to funds and grants Assist in the annual audit process and tax information gathering process. Communicates with JFK Library grant recipients and Library research staff to coordinate the recipient’s arrival date and payment of their award. Works with various Library and Foundation staff to ensure timely payment of vendors, awards, and expenses associated with their various programs that run throughout the year Work with staff to ensure they are receiving the best price, considering quality, for products and services Bi-Weekly processing of payroll, including administration of time records of staff and the proper processing of new hires and terminations Keeps current with employment labor laws to ensure payroll and independent contractors are properly paid and classified in accordance with current laws. Work with health insurance agents for renewals of policies, analyzing for the best pricing Work with company insurance agents for renewals of policies, analyzing for the best pricing Assists with the intern program establishment/management and also works with JFK Library Internship Coordinator to expedite the application process for interns.  Process payments for stipends and tracks internship data. Assists with grant reporting Administrative assistance to the CFO, including staff emails, preparation of Board materials, preparation of employer benefits information Special projects as requested by the CFO Qualifications: This person must have 5 years of solid accounting experience, including Accounts Payable, Cash Receipts and Payroll Processing.  This person must be proficient in Microsoft Products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.), ADP and Blackbaud Financial Edge software a plus. In addition, this person must be a team player, detail oriented, possess the ability prioritize tasks well and work with various staff and managers. Organizational skills, strong verbal and written communication, self-motivation and a positive attitude are key to this role. The salary range for this position is $50,000-$65,000. Compensation will be commensurate with experience. To apply, please send a cover letter with salary requirements, résumé, and references via e-mail to Doris Drummond Chief Financial Officer John F. Kennedy Library Foundation Columbia Point Boston, MA 02125 E-mail: HR@jfklfoundation.org Applications without a cover letter will not be considered. No phone calls, please. The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity toward all communities and individuals who may seek our services, for all employees, qualified applicants and volunteers, in every area of employment, without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, pregnancy (and pregnancy-related conditions), gender identity or expression, citizenship status, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, age, physical or mental disability, genetic disposition or carrier status, marital status, familial status, status as a victim of domestic violence, military or veteran status or any other category protected under applicable federal, state or local law. About the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation (“Foundation”) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the purpose of carrying President Kennedy’s legacy forward. The Foundation aims to inspire and engage both Americans and people around the world with his timeless vision of public service, civic responsibility, civil rights, scientific discovery and creative cultural pursuits, and ideals of peace, optimism and service, so they may learn how to translate them into action. As a major part of this mission, the Foundation supports the work of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, whose core function is to collect, preserve, and make available for research, the documents, audiovisual material, and artifacts of President Kennedy, his family, and his contemporaries. Today, the Kennedy Library in Boston is one of the most visited of the 14 presidential libraries in America. Over 225,000 people from around the globe visit the museum and nearly 12 million people visit the Library’s website each year, and the Foundation serves 25,000 students annually through a host of free educational programs.
  • New York, New York, Why Join Us? Since 1924, Friedman LLP has evolved in advising the middle market sector with leadership and uncompromising culture, rooted in organic growth. With a forward thinking approach, Friedman has expanded from the core Tax & Audit practices to diverse Advisory services including: China Consulting, Forensic, Litigation Support & Valuation Services (FLVS), Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC), Cybersecurity Consulting (CyZen), & Digital Currency. Ranked #1 in Vault’s 2020 Best Culture in the Accounting Industry , Friedman LLP offers an accepting and inclusive environment where professionals are encouraged to specialize in multiple industries while growing into respected advisors for the world ahead.  We're actively seeking a Forensic, Litigation and Valuation Services Senior. As a FLVS Senior, you will: Experience participating on different types of forensic accounting and litigation   Support our FLVS practice superiors on various client and non-client services tasks to produce deliverables and work product to a high standard of quality control including financial, numerical, and grammatical aspects   Take initiative in other areas (e.g., marketing and business development) as workload permits   Ad hoc assignments as needed Our Ideal Candidate Likely Has: Bachelor’s degree required   CPA preferred   Excellent quantitative and data analytic skills   Proficient with Microsoft Office suite applications, including Word, Excel and Outlook   Strong management skills; capable of managing multiple engagements at a time, the number of which will be a function of the size of each engagement measured by the billing   Excellent verbal and written communication skills   Possess superior organizational skills   Ability to work independently but able to support Forensic, Litigation & Valuation practice superiors 
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Why Join Us? Since 1924, Friedman LLP has evolved in advising the middle market sector with leadership and uncompromising culture, rooted in organic growth. With a forward thinking approach, Friedman has expanded from the core Tax & Audit practices to diverse Advisory services including: China Consulting, Forensic, Litigation Support & Valuation Services (FLVS), Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC), Cybersecurity Consulting (CyZen), & Digital Currency. Ranked #1 in Vault’s 2020 Best Culture in the Accounting Industry, Friedman LLP offers an accepting and inclusive environment where professionals are encouraged to specialize in multiple industries while growing into respected advisors for the world ahead. We're actively seeking an Audit Senior. As an Audit Senior, you will: Perform audits, reviews and compilations for clients in various industries including but not limited to not for profit and middle market private Coordinate the day-to-day duties of planning, fieldwork and wrap-up Prepare and analyze financial statements and evaluate internal controls Deep understanding of accounting and reporting standards, experience in researching as it relates to accounting and audit issues Act as client contact; communicate effectively with clients and develop positive relationships with client personnel Communicate with Partner and/or Manager on work status and client issues that arise Perform a detailed review of team's workflow and monitor that tasks are assigned and completed on a timely basis Supervise, train and mentor audit staff Prepare tax returns (individual, corporate and partnership) for various industries Our Idea Candidate Likely Has: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting required 4+ years’ experience in a similar role 1+ years’ supervisory experience preferred Tax preparation experience preferred Excellent verbal and written communication skills Ability to work independently, but also work well with others Experience with ProSystem Engagement a plus CPA completed or working towards the CPA preferred Ability to work independently, but also work well with others
  • Jersey City, New Jersey, Kuehne + Nagel (KN) is in search of an experienced senior finance professional to support KN's North American Warehousing business (Contract Logistics) offering industry-specific storage and distribution needs to many global and regional blue-chip companies. This role can be based at our regional HQ in Jersey City, NJ, or our Contract Logistics Office in Charlotte, NC. YOUR ROLE The Contract Logistics Business Controller manages any controlling related tasks of North Americans warehousing operations which consist of over 70+ large and mid-size distributions centers. The activities involve reporting and forecasting, investment analysis, cost control, risk management as well as working capital management. This is a high visibility role with regular and close interactions with regional and global HQ management teams. YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES Act as a business partner for Line Management in all finance related tasks Directly manage a team of US 8 Controllers, and dotted line responsibility for 2 Controllers (ie. Mexico, Canada) Drive standardization and alignment amongst NAM Contract Logistics Controlling Dotted line reporting into the Controlling Organization for all Local Financial Analysts and Support staff; to ensure full compliance with all KN financial controlling guidelines Reporting: Ensure timely, accurate, and efficient month closing process in cooperation with KN policies, manage annual Target and manage quarterly rolling forecast  process. Investment Management: Review, discuss investment applications, and new business ventures with management and present business case for approvals following CoC. Pricing: Represent Finance/Controlling on all new business opportunities/RFP’s, Ops and Leadership review sessions, ensuring cost data is accurate and company accounting practices are adhered to Risk Management: Anticipate events with financial exposure for KN, contract review and participate in customer pricing; discuss with senior management and agree on mitigation strategies for any potential risk areas Profitability Management: Review of P&L’s, Gap analysis to RFC and Target with Management, develop and drive cost control measures, support major procurement projects YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCES At minimum Bachelor’s Degree in finance or equivalent Master’s Degree preferred Minimum of 7-10 years working experience of which at least 5 years in Finance and Controlling functions Minimum of 2-3 years of working experience in leading/managing people Experience in communicating at senior management level Operational and business “know-how” in Contract Logistics (Warehousing business) highly preferred Strong leadership skills Strong personal drive and ability to think in different ways about a single challenge Controlling and Finance background Organized, detail-oriented, hands-on, and a team player Ability to work in the details and summarize/present overview to Senior Mgmt High level of competence in Excel (pivot tables a must!) Analytical skills Self-starter Ability to follow through from beginning to end Bilingual, Spanish preferred but not required GOOD REASONS TO JOIN We offer a rewarding work environment with plenty of opportunities to make an impact and meaningful contribution. KN's culture is characterized by hands-on mentality, teamwork, a strong commitment to tasks and assigned responsibilities, and driven by high customer orientation. We are proud of our global and multicultural work ambiance and the diversity of our teams.
  • Uniondale, New York, Why Join Us? Since 1924, Friedman LLP has evolved in advising the middle market sector with leadership and uncompromising culture, rooted in organic growth. With a forward thinking approach, Friedman has expanded from the core Tax & Audit practices to diverse Advisory services including: China Consulting, Forensic, Litigation Support & Valuation Services (FLVS), Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC), Cybersecurity Consulting (CyZen), & Digital Currency. Ranked #1 in Vault’s 2020 Best Culture in the Accounting Industry, Friedman LLP offers an accepting and inclusive environment where professionals are encouraged to specialize in multiple industries while growing into respected advisors for the world ahead. We're actively seeking a Tax Senior Manager. As a Tax Senior Manager, you will: Demonstrates thorough technical knowledge of accounting standards and reporting standards in researching, completing and reviewing technical areas. Identifies tax risk management issues and proposes potential solutions through research and collaboration with Engagement Partner Reviews tax procedures, engagement workpapers and financial statements without supervision Completes thorough review of tax workpapers on a timely basis and assures audit evidence is in accordance with firm's documentation standards Advanced tax review skills Reviews required communications to the client, ensuring their completeness, accuracy and compliance with Firm and professional guidelines Addresses questions on advanced technical accounting matters from team members and upper level client management Monitors that tasks are assigned and completed on a timely basis and reviews workflow Oversee Seniors and Staff coordinating the day-to-day duties of planning, tax work, and wrap-up Manages multiple assignments inside an engagement Communicate with Director and/or Partner on work status and client issues that arise Conducts research, consults with team members, draws conclusions and prepares memos based on target issues Perform a detailed review of team's workflow and monitor that tasks are assigned and completed on a timely basis Primary client contact and liaison for complex issues that staff are unable to resolve; communicate effectively with clients and develop positive relationships with client personnel Supervise, train and mentor tax staff Keep up to date on industry laws and regulations   Our Ideal Candidate Likely Has: Bachelors of Accounting required CPA preferred 7+ years’ experience in a similar role 3+ years’ supervisory experience preferred Prior experience managing engagements and clients Fully versed in firm’s history and service offerings Formal mentoring relationships with all levels of staff Ability to work independently, but also work well with others
  • Hartford, Connecticut, Capital Workforce Partners (CWP) is seeking a Controller to assume hands-on responsibility for a variety of complex financial management functions related to state and federal employment/training grants and philanthropic awards, ensuring compliance with governmental and funder-imposed regulations.  Why might you want to join us? CWP is a $26M non-profit organization.  As the state's regional Workforce Development Board in North Central Connecticut, Capital Workforce Partners helps individuals overcome barriers to employment and closes the gap between skills and business hiring needs. Our organization is guided by a Consortium of the region's chief elected officials and by representatives from business, education and labor serving on our Board of Directors.   CWP invests in youth development, develops sustainable career paths for adult workers, and assists employers with a variety of programs and services provided through the American Job Center network.  If you share our values and are passionate about our mission, read on! What will the Controller do?  The person in this position will have hands-on day to day responsibility for the finance functions of CWP.  The Controller will compile and ensure timely filing of monthly, quarterly, and close out reporting as required by grantors/funders, prepare financial statements in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, and work with Program Managers to review actual vs. budgeted expenditures for all grants/contracts.  This position involves monitoring expenditures against fund availability and serving as the point person for annual year-end financial and single audits.  The Controller will also assist with formulation of the annual organizational budget, development of internal financial controls, and maintenance of CWP’s Fiscal & Administrative Policies & Procedures Manual.  The individual will coordinate financial sub-recipient monitoring activities including periodic desk reviews. As well, the Controller will be the point person for the general ledger maintenance of the accounting system and will work closely with Human Resources on payroll related matters.  In addition, the Controller will coordinate with the Department of Labor (DOL) et al. to ensure appropriate grant management and coordinate 401(k) reporting to the third-party administrator.  Lastly, the Controller will prepare timely and accurate management reports (compliance, year-end financial) for senior management.  Solid accounting and financial management skills based on generally accepted accounting principles. Strong knowledge in accounting computer-based software (Abila preferred); proficiency in Excel, Paylocity. Extensive knowledge of federal regulations pertaining to Federal Uniform Guidance and DOL exceptions thereto. High degree of attention to detail and accuracy. Ability to understand and interpret complex statutory, regulatory, and policy documents. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to multi-task, meet established time frames and work in a fast-paced environment. Ability to maintain positive working relationships both internally and externally. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Finance; Master’s Degree and/or CPA preferred. Previous experience with Federally Negotiated Indirect Cost Rate proposals. Ten (10) or more years of general ledger and financial statement work experience in a non-profit environment with supervisory experience required.
  • Washington, D.C., Overview The Pew Charitable Trusts uses data to make a difference. For more than 70 years, we have focused on serving the public, invigorating civic life, conducting nonpartisan research, advancing effective public policies and practices, and achieving tangible results. Through rigorous inquiry and knowledge sharing, we inform and engage public-spirited citizens and organizations, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause. We are a dedicated team of researchers, communicators, advocates, subject matter experts, and professionals working on today's big challenges – and we know we are more effective and creative collectively than we are individually. With Philadelphia as our home town and the majority of our staff located in Washington, DC, our U.S. and international staff find working at Pew personally and professionally rewarding.   Wise stewardship of resources allows Pew employees to pursue work that strategically furthers our philanthropic mission in significant and measurable ways. We collaborate with a diverse range of philanthropic partners, public and private organizations, and concerned citizens who share our interest in fact-based solutions and goal-driven investments to improve society. Pew attracts top talent, people of integrity who are service-oriented and willing to take on challenging assignments. We provide competitive pay and benefits, a healthy work-life balance, and a respectful and inclusive workplace. Pew employees are proud of their colleagues, proud of where they work, and proud of the institution's reputation. Position Overview This position will be responsible for assisting the Compliance team with its monitoring of the organization's Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) program. The compliance team is comprised of professionals with public, internal and IT certifications. The organization's ERM program is based on the 2013 Internal Control Framework, and primarily includes 1) performing internal control evaluations, 2) risk assessments, 3) facilitating corrective action; and 4) monitoring resolution of corrective actions. The ideal candidate must have a mastery of risk management and/or audit (operational or financial) focusing on designing, implementing, and evaluating general and business process manual and automated internal controls. The candidate should possess strong report writing, communication, project management, and business organization skills and be adept at working both independently and with cross-organizational teams.   This position reports to the Senior Manager, Compliance and will be based in Pew's Washington, DC office. Responsibilities Perform a variety of internal control evaluations and audits over processes affecting operations, financial reporting, and compliance with laws and regulations and make recommendations on how to improve controls. Work with Legal Affairs staff to develop and implement internal control activities to prevent and/or detect instances of non-compliance with laws of applicable jurisdictions. Draft policies and procedures necessary to promote compliance with Pew's code of conduct. Assist in the design and delivery of annual and as-needed trainings for Pew staff to ensure their familiarity and compliance with critical policies and procedures. Participate in activities and meetings and perform other tasks as assigned, including, for example, serving on institution-wide committees or performing special investigations. Assist the unit in developing work routines and standards to ensure the effectiveness and efficiency of the department. Attend professional development seminars and continuing professional education training to increase knowledge and remain properly informed of risk management, compliance and internal control issues. Impact Pew maintains a robust Enterprise Risk Management program that keeps pace with leading practices, the changes in business processes, perceived risks and applicable laws. Appropriate policies, procedures, and internal controls are in place to mitigate business risks. Qualifications Bachelor's degree in a related field required. Prior audit experience required. Certified Public Accountant, Certified Internal Auditor, or Certified Fraud Examiner strongly preferred. A minimum of six years of professional experience in the field of risk assessment, evaluating internal controls, compliance and client audit, along with responsibility for project management, planning, research and analysis. Nonprofit audit experience a bonus. Possesses mastery of finance, accounting and audit practices. Strong analytical skills. Experienced in evaluating various strategies to make solutions-oriented recommendations. Able to thrive in a dynamic team environment. Able to identify suitable controls for addressing risks. Strong data analytical proficiency to include data mining and examination and manipulation of large data sets. Able to provide analysis, consultation, and recommendations on internal policies and procedures. Skilled in software applications including databases, spreadsheets, and presentation media. Proficient in creating and manipulating Excel spreadsheets, Word, and PowerPoint. In depth knowledge of the COSO Framework and/or other frameworks, for example, Governance, Risk, and Control (GRC), related to internal control and risks management. Strong project management and organizational skills. Able to set priorities, organize time and identify resources for projects. Sound consultation and relationship management skills. Able to build and maintain strong relationships while coordinating potentially sensitive projects. Strong interpersonal skills. Able to quickly establish credibility and to develop and manage productive relationships with internal staff. Excellent written and oral communications skills. Able to conduct research, coordinate resources and synthesize in writing a broad array of information into an easy to understand, concise summary. Able to manage the flow of information to Legal Affairs regarding issues and concerns. Able to assess and analyze situations, make wise decisions, and determine how best to present issues. Mature. Assumes full responsibility for individual decisions and work, as well as for team projects. Able to handle sensitive and confidential issues in a fast-paced environment. Travel Minimal travel (less than ten percent) for occasional meetings and conferences. Total Rewards We offer a competitive salary and benefit program, including: comprehensive, affordable health care through medical, dental, and vision coverage; financial security with life and disability insurance; opportunities to save using health savings and flexible spending accounts; retirement benefits to help prepare for the future; and work/life benefits to maintain a good balance. The Pew Charitable Trusts is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Pew considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to age, sex, ethnicity, religion, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or gender identity, military/veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law. Apply Here PI122358524