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  • Marlton, New Jersey, Morgenstern Waxman Ellershaw, LLC, a growing CPA firm, is seeking a full-time, Senior Tax Accountant role. We are a progressive, highly automated CPA firm with high-end clientele in various industries. Qualified candidate will have a BS/BA Degree in Accounting with 5+ years of experience in public accounting. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Tax return preparation and tax planning for individual, trust, partnership and corporate clients Preparation and review of client financial reports Preparation of client financial statements Direct client contact and working together with our team on business client accounts Business and management advisory services QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance (required) 5+ years of experience in public accounting A strong general knowledge of tax laws and practice Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills You enjoy working as part of a busy team providing high-quality client service Attention to detail with high quality and accuracy of your work You have a positive attitude and a strong work ethic Knowledge of CCH software products including Engagement and Axcess Tax are a plus. COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS Compensation:  Commensurate with experience Employment type:  Full-Time A great working environment; hybrid working arrangements are available Competitive salary commensurate with experience SIMPLE IRA with employer match; Health insurance and group plan benefits package; CPE provided. Job Type: Full-time Salary: $80,000.00 - $125,000.00 per year Benefits: 401(k) 401(k) matching Health insurance Life insurance Paid time off
  • Baltimore, Maryland, The finance and accounting functions are currently outsourced. NIIF has determined that is in the best interest of the organization to build an internal team to replace the outsourced arrangements over the medium term. To that end, NIIF has retained the services of an experienced, local Chief Financial Officer who will lead the establishment of an internal team and the associated transition. This is a great opportunity to get into a hands-on Controller role today, learn all aspects of the organization and be trained for the next few years to step up to the top spot. The Controller will report to the Chief Financial Officer. The Controller ensures the day-to-day operations relating to finance and loan servicing are executed and run properly. The Controller will hire and train a small staff to include a bookkeeper \ loan portfolio assistant. The Controller is responsible for accounting, audit, loan management, grants management, payroll and benefits management, physical assets, treasury, and tax.   • Minimum of bachelor's degree required in accounting, finance, or relevant field. Preferred CPA and/or MBA • At least five (5) years relevant experience in audit or financial management • Relevant for-profit experience includes banking / lending industry; relevant nonprofit or public sectors experience includes CDFI experience or other community economic development • Experience in or knowledge of nonprofit accounting, including fund and grant accounting, compliance, and reporting • A self-motivated, hands-on, highly-resourceful individual able to thrive in a start-up environment • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work collaboratively with a diverse set of organizational stakeholders BENEFITS: health coverage, fifteen (15) vacation plus up to five (5) personal / sick leave days per year, vacation and sick days will not carry over, retirement benefits to be negotiated. Please send your resume and letter of interest to
  • Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University Controller, Director of Accounting and Financial Operations Harvard Kennedy School 59401BR Position Description The Controller is responsible for the strategic direction of accounting, payroll and control activities within the Office of Financial Services (OFS) at the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS). They will report to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and assist in the four general areas of internal controls, operational management, compliance, and by participating in strategic planning discussions as a member of the senior leadership of the financial team. The successful candidate has a strong understanding of generally accepted accounting principles, has a passion for innovation and continuous improvement, and is a strong manager of people, able to navigate difficult conversations and support and develop a team with diverse skills and experience. We are a dedicated to building and fostering a diverse and inclusive team culture and we seek candidates who share this goal and will contribute to the excellence of our community. Duties include: Works with finance colleagues at HKS and across the University to ensure high levels of customer service by providing professional, timely, and accurate financial services. Responsible for effective management of team of six HKS accounting Exempt and Non-Exempt staff including hiring and orientation, training and development, workflow and performance management, and the promotion of an inclusive and innovative work environment. Establishes and implementes short- and long-range organizational goals, strategic plans, policies and operating procedures. Develops implement and monitor accounting control processes and procedures that ensure compliance with University and HKS policies and procedures. Ensures accurate and timely financial reporting and adherence to GAAP, including quarterly and annual close reporting. Advises HKS leadership on all aspects of financial matters including regulatory and compliance issues. Collaborates with University-wide finance leadership to develop accounting processes, policies, procedures and systems. Manages administration of HKS payroll and accounts payable, accounts receivable, expense report and other reimbursement processing. Establishes protocols to ensure Departments and Centers process financial transactions in a timely and accurate manner. Maintains School's chart of accounts. Actively represents HKS at the University level in development of new financial systems and reporting capabilities and designs and manages their local implementation Furnishes internal reports, revises and updates reports to be more useful and efficient as necessary. Serves as a resource within HKS in the extraction of data and in the development of useful management reports Ensures financial compliance with University policy and procedures, audit and accounting disclosure requirements, and applicable legal rules and regulations. The Controller is part of a Finance Team of 15 and oversees a team of 6. The School's fiscal year runs from July 1st to June 30th. Basic Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Accounting or equivalent work experience required Minimum of 10 years' relevant work experience Supervisory experience Additional Qualifications and Skills Demonstrated experience with Financial systems and data query tools, including the ability to adapt and implement new systems and applications. Advanced knowledge of accounting principles and tax regulations. Experience building collaborative relationships and effective teams toward achieving common goals. Excellent communicator who is able establish clear direction, deliver difficult messages with grace, and encourage compliance and good citizenship. Effective manager who identifies, develops and promotes talents as well as addresses underperformance when needed. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, including advanced excel skills. Experience in fund accounting preferred. MBA or Master's degree in relevant field preferred. CPA preferred. Strongest reputation for integrity, honest dealing and confidentiality. Orchestrates multiple activities simultaneously to get things done through both formal and informal channels Influences, persuades and negotiates effectively; Achieves consensus among multiple stakeholders and ability to navigate in a decentralized environment. Works well with people of varying levels of authority in multiple organizations. Passion for innovation and continuous improvement. Certificates and Licenses CPA Preferred Working Conditions Work is performed in an office setting Commitment to Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Harvard Kennedy School's Mission and Commitment to Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging At Harvard Kennedy School, fostering a diverse and inclusive community where everyone feels they belong is a matter of basic fairness consistent with our core values as an institution. It is also essential to our mission of improving public policy and leadership-because recruiting the best people and creating an environment where they can thrive make us better at what we do, because we learn more from people with different perspectives, and because we work in diverse groups and serve diverse societies. Learn more about Harvard Kennedy School's commitment to diversity, inclusion, and belonging. Job Function Finance Sub Unit ------------ Location USA - MA - Cambridge Department Office of Financial Services Time Status Full-time Union 00 - Non Union, Exempt or Temporary Pre-Employment Screening Credit, Criminal, Education, Identity Commitment to Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Harvard University views equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging as the pathway to achieving inclusive excellence and fostering a campus culture where everyone can thrive. We strive to create a community that draws upon the widest possible pool of talent to unify excellence and diversity while fully embracing individuals from varied backgrounds, cultures, races, identities, life experiences, perspectives, beliefs, and values. EEO Statement We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, or any other characteristic protected by law. Apply Here PI188500202 Yearly Salary
  • NY, New York, ABOUT COLOR OF CHANGE Color Of Change is one of the country's largest Black-led racial justice organizations, driven by 7 million e-mail and SMS subscribers. Our power comes from our ability to translate our members' voices into the leverage needed to win real-world change for Black people.  From our work to replace district attorneys unwilling to punish violent police officers to pushing back against Silicon Valley enablers of white nationalists,  Color Of Change has a winning track record of holding corporate and political decision-makers accountable to Black people.  Founded in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Color Of Change has spent more than a decade building power by leveraging an inside-outside approach to advocacy. We're eager to expand our capacity to win progressive legislative policy changes resulting in closing equity gaps for Black people. POSITION DESCRIPTION Color Of Change is looking to hire a Senior Director of Finance ("SDofF") to be a strategic and integral driver of overseeing, implementing, and organizing Color Of Change's financial systems. The Senior Director of Finance will report to the Chief Operating Officer and work to ensure the integrity of the financials and systems within Color Of Change.  The SDofF must be a strong communicator with the ability to work in a fast-moving campaign environment, react to changing variables, and understand how to create systems that value good control and flexibility within a multi-entity organizational structure.  The SDofF is responsible for all day-to-day accounting activities and oversees budget development, financial statement and audit preparation, and financial management. They will manage a 10-member financial team with the ability to manage growth. Working closely with the COO, the SDofF must be strategic in assessing business risks and opportunities while ensuring that there is an ample amount of cash flow coverage.  RESPONSIBILITIES  Work in collaboration with the COO on organization budgeting and financial planning. Coordinate, analyze, and report the financial performance, budgets, and projections to Management and the Board of Directors. Prepare short and long-term financial forecasts of financial performance for use with internal management and external parties. Oversee audit, tax, and campaign finance reporting functions including preparation of 990s and FEC reports. Coordinate other fiscal compliance activities with outside audit firms and campaign finance consultants. Develop, implement and maintain accounting and administrative policies and procedures for a wide-ranging set of activities including financial accounting and reporting, employee relations (hiring/terminating policies), and other corporate policies. Lead and oversee the day-to-day operations of the finance functions and provide direction and supervision to the finance team engaged in day-to-day internal accounting and cash management.  Coach and mentor the accounting staff, providing leadership and guidance to achieve a high level of operational excellence. Partner with Talent and Human Resources on matters pertaining to payroll processing. Work with the Development team to track and manage donor contributions and oversee the reconciliation between Finance and Development. Travel occasionally for staff gatherings, conferences, and team retreats QUALIFICATIONS  Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or Finance; MBA or CPA preferred. 3-5 years of nonprofit accounting experience is a must. 2 years of experience managing a team or supervising a full-time staff person. 7 years or more of full-time accounting experience. Strong experience with Intacct, Insights,, or similar systems. Demonstrated knowledge of GAAP; ability to prepare, analyze and present financial statements. Solid knowledge and understanding of inter-company accounting Experience in payroll administration. Demonstrated alignment with Color Of Change's mission, and a strong commitment to racial and/or social justice Demonstrated experience or ability to develop and track goals, objectives, and other metrics to achieve desired outcomes. Demonstrated ability to think quickly, think strategically, and work in a fast-paced environment. COMPENSATION This is a full-time, exempt position. The salary for the Senior Director of Finance is $150,000.  Color Of Change also offers a competitive benefits package. MORE INFORMATION Union Position:  No Location:  Washington, D.C., New York, NY, Los Angeles, CA, or Oakland, CA preferred, but remote candidates (US-based) are welcome.  HOW TO APPLY  Click the "Apply for this Position" link below and submit a resume and COC-specific cover letter. Applications will be received on a rolling basis. Color Of Change (COC) is an equal opportunity employer. COC prohibits unlawful discrimination against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, age, national origin, genetic characteristics, disability, status as a special disabled veteran or veteran, marital status, sexual orientation, sexual identity or any other basis prohibited by law. Color Of Change also offers a competitive benefits package.
  • Pocantico Hills, New York, Opportunity: Deputy Director of Finance Location: Stone Barns Center in Pocantico Hills, New York Supervisor: Director of Finance Employment Classification: Full-time/Salaried, Exempt Frequency of Pay: Bi-weekly Salary: From $95,000/year Benefits: Comprehensive benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, a 401k plan, generous paid time off, paid holidays, sick time, and discounted farm products Schedule: 5 days (M-F), and will include weekends and some evenings The Deputy Director of Finance assists the Finance Director with leading and overseeing all professional and technical level financial activities within the Finance Department. The Deputy Director of Finance will motivate staff by example and inspire those around them. Responsibilities: Budgeting and Financial Planning Provide strategic financial planning and forecasting to the Director of Finance by capturing and analyzing data to inform financial decisions of the Organization.  Utilize budget analyses and modeling to forecast future financial needs/resources. Monitor Cash Flow and update for projections  Responsible for annual budget submission, quarterly variance explanations, and other regular and ad hoc reporting as needed. Provide effective policies, practices, and tools to improve financial operations, including effective budgeting processes to better align resources with strategy, and enable visibility into, and effective management of, revenue and spending. Work closely with the Director of Finance on ad hoc projects Income and Expense Reconciliation Assume overall responsibility for all financial transactions and the management of the Organization’s budget, including gift projects, discretionary projects, and pre- and post-award grants and projects connected with any special programs  Responsible for ensuring monthly reconciliation of all income and expense accounts, and of oversight of the reconciliation of projects to prevent overdrafts  Review the earned revenue from multiple sources Prepare the investment schedule on a monthly basis Investigate and resolve variances and recommend budget modifications to adjust levels of spending Internal Controls Provide oversight and direction for the department’s financial team and transactions and accounting practices  Assist on the design, implementation, and monitoring of financial reporting and control systems, including department IT systems  Establish the Organization’s financial policies and standard operating procedures (SOPs) in accordance with SBC policies  Ensure compliance with and policies and procedures, as well as external rules and regulations from sponsoring agencies and legal and regulatory authorities  Responsible for the approval and oversight of reconciled credit card transactions in accordance with the SBC policy Review quarterly sales tax file for filing Work with Facilities on the CIP and Fixed Assets Engage with internal staff for purposes of financial training Payroll/Salary Allocations Provide oversight of salary allocations, cost transfers, and payroll reconciliation Accounting, Reporting, Audit  Provide guidance and direction to the finance team to complete all month and year-end transactions for SBC Direct the annual audit program for the Organization. Facilitate selection of and serve as liaison with external auditor  Coordinate scheduling, target report dates, committee review and board presentation  Implement annual audit recommendations consistent with resources available   Reconcile the investment schedules Maintain the integrity of the financial data  Preferred Skills/Knowledge: Bachelor’s Degree is required, with a preference for training in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, or other relevant fields  Background in budgeting, accounting, and contract administration is required, including detailed knowledge of GAAP Extensive working experience with grants highly preferred, including a thorough knowledge of internal policies and external regulations governing sponsored projects and grant research compliance, as well as procedures and systems for pre- and post-award financial management Must have excellent interpersonal, communication, organizational, and leadership skills  Ability to establish priorities, work under pressure, and exercise independent judgment and discretion is necessary Ability to react quickly and effectively to other inquiries from a variety of management levels with comprehensive and accurate information in a wide variety of contexts and changing priorities is needed Must be detail oriented and possess quantitative skills with a high degree of proficiency in spreadsheets using Excel including Pivot Tables Must have strong proficiency with G-Suite and MS Office About Stone Barns Center: For 18 years, Stone Barns Center and Blue Hill have demonstrated the power of farmer-chef collaborations to inspire change in the food system. We are now poised to deepen our impact and address some of the greatest environmental, health, and economic challenges of our time. We have a bold vision to catalyze an ecological food culture that supports a thriving regenerative food and farm economy. We will build on our longstanding work at the intersection of farmers and chefs to activate critical areas with the potential for exponential impact on ecological and human health, farm viability, and other elements of thriving food systems. In service of this vision, we will reimagine how we use our Lower Hudson Valley campus to serve as the R&D lab for the ecological food culture we seek. Stone Barns Center is committed to equity and inclusion. We strongly encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply for employment. COVID-19 Health & Safety and Mandatory Vaccination Requirements: Stone Barns Center is committed to doing everything the organization can to maintain a safe and healthy workplace, including as it relates to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. All employees must follow the safety protocols SBC has put in place, which include frequent hand washing, frequent disinfection of surfaces, wearing face coverings in certain areas, and performing a pre-shift self health assessment. In addition, as a condition of employment, all employees are required to submit proof that they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
  • Charlottesville, Virginia, The Department of Medicine, Division of Nephrology at the University of Virginia (UVA) School of Medicine seeks applications for a Clinical Assistant Department Administrator.  The Clinical Assistant Department Administrators will provide administrative oversight of a unit or subdivision of a large or mega department or are the second-in-command of the clinical department administrator of a medium to mega department. They do similar work to that of the clinical department administrator, but the scope is different as they report through a higher-level administrator. They supervise staff and oversee business management practices for medical, dental, or health-services departments and serve as important and key liaisons between subunit and up to director level positions in affiliate organizations (e.g., medical center and UPG). They may have delegated budgetary authority within respective divisions/units. They have shared responsibility over fiscal operations, contracts and grants, facilities and space, human resources, IT services, regulatory compliance, clinical billing and operations. They organize and analyze information to ensure a clear understanding of the department's extensive clinical operations. They enhance the control systems for expenditures and strengthen the billing and collections systems.   The following provides a substantive overview of the size, breadth and complexity of the Department of Medicine with links to each division and a summary of our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.    Department of Medicine - University of Virginia School of Medicine   The successful candidate will be expected to: •    Establish and maintain system of accounting and billing and actively work with medical partners to improve patient, faculty, staff and trainee experiences in clinical settings •    Operate in a matrix structure with the Chair, Division Chief, COO and CFO •    Drive the development and update of divisional strategic and workforce plans  •    Develop and maintain institutional relations program designed to represent to interests of critical stakeholders •    Develop and meet divisional financial plan and manage variances •    Coordinate purchasing, maintenance, and renovation activities for the division. Administer a program of property management and accountability. •    Determine fiscal requirements, make projections, and prepare divisional budgets. Monitor, verify and reconcile, expenditure of budgeted funds. •    Prepare financial statements reflecting status of programs and activities •    Function as critical divisional liaison for revenue cycle management and apply appropriate analytic techniques to assure clinical revenue is actively managed •    Serve as divisional liaison with administrative and professional personnel concerning University policies and procedures, personnel administration, grant administration, and budgetary preparation and control •    Supervise and coordinate work of designated employees •    In addition to the above job responsibilities, other duties may be assigned.   Qualified candidates must have: Education: Bachelor's degree in business administration or health care administration. Experience: At least four years of progressively responsible management experience. Preferred experience and qualifications: Highly preferred:  •    5 years of progressive supervisory responsibility with direct supervision of 3-10 person team •    7 years of experience in health services operations •    Certification (Certified Public Accountant, Certified Research Administrator, Certified Professional Coder, Registered Nurse, American College of Health Executives  •    Dialysis center or facility operations experience •    3-5 years of experience in an academic health system •    3-5 years of experience in direct support of practicing physicians Additional preferred experience and qualifications: •    MA or MS preferred in: business, nursing, public admin, health admin., MPH, mathematics, economics. •    Oversight of professional billing functions, including expertise in CPT coding and compliance. •    Functional strategic or business planning experience with a robust analytic portfolio and development experience, including referral process management. •    Grants management experience, pre or post award, including clinical trials. •    Program planning or evaluation experiences and knowledge in data analysis and statistics.    Required Skills and Competencies:    •    Analytical skill and basic statistical knowledge and software. •    Advanced spreadsheet skills. •    Leading, ethically influencing and negotiating with physicians, researchers and staff. •    Human resource laws and operations. •    Stark, anti-kickback, reimbursement and billing laws and regulations. •    Budgeting and financial management system experiences that are generalizable. •    Risk management and quality improvement skills, including methodology knowledge. •    Culturally sensitive, advanced written and verbal communication skills. •    Relationship management and professionalism. •    Health system operating environments. •    Working effectively in teams. •    Problem-solving and anticipatory solution development. •    Advanced to expert use of common software applications (e.g. Microsoft Suite, Adobe, Apple).   Physical Demands: This is primarily a sedentary job involving extensive use of desktop computers. The job requires routinely monthly travel to clinical sites within 2 hours travel time and occasional overnight traveling for some distance to attend meetings, and programs.   The Clinical Assistant Department Administrator will report to the Chief Operating Officer. This position is a restricted position and is dependent upon project need, availability of funding and performance. This is an exempt-level, benefited position.  For more information on the benefits at UVA, visit . This position will not sponsor applicants for work visas. This position is located in Charlottesville, VA.    The anticipated start date is 9/15/2022-10/1/2022. Review of applicants will begin  8/15/2022, and the position will remain open until filled. The anticipated hiring range is $105,000 to $135,000 commensurate with education and experience. The University will perform background checks on all new hires prior to employment. A completed pre-employment health screen and drug screening are required for this position prior to employment.     To Apply:  Process for Internal UVA Applicants : Please apply through your Workday Home page, search “Find Jobs”, and search for “R0038884”. Process for External Applicants : Please visit UVA job board at and search for “R0038884”. Complete an application online with the following documents: •         CV •         Cover letter •         Recent project portfolio not to exceed 5 pages Upload all materials into the resume submission field, multiple documents can be submitted into this one field. Alternatively, merge all documents into one PDF for submission. Applications that do not contain all required documents will not receive full consideration.   References will be completed via UVA’s standardized process Skill Survey. A total of five references will be requested via SkillSurvey during the final phase of the interview process.   For questions about the application process, please contact Christi Maguire, Recruiting Specialist, at .   For more information about UVA and the Charlottesville community please see and     COVID Vaccination Requirement and Guidelines   Please visit the  UVA COVID-19 Job Requirements and Guidelines  webpage prior to applying for current information regarding vaccination requirements?and?guidelines for employment at UVA.       The University of Virginia, i ncluding the UVA Health System which represents the UVA Medical Center, Schools of Medicine and Nursing, UVA Physician’s Group and the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library, are fundamentally committed to the diversity of our faculty and staff.  We believe diversity is excellence expressing itself through every person's perspectives and lived experiences.  We are equal opportunity and affirmative action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, national or ethnic origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, veteran status, and family medical or genetic information.
  • Allston, Massachusetts, Harvard University Strategic Financial Analyst Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences 59386BR Position Description The Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) Financial Planning and Analysis group is a dynamic, collaborative, and entrepreneurial team that supports and facilitates decision-making for School leadership. Reporting to the Director of Financial Planning and Analysis, the Strategic Financial Analyst will also have a dotted line reporting relationship to the Dean for Academic Programs, focusing specifically on planning, analysis, and special projects for SEAS' educational and teaching activities. The characterization of the work and specific job responsibilities include, but are not limited to: 1. Serving as the lead analyst and financial thought partner for education and teaching activities: Leading and effectively managing school-wide academic financial strategy in partnership with the Dean for Academic Programs and other academic leaders Proactively engaging with finance leadership, the administration of education, and the broader SEAS community as a thought-partner and advisor Demonstrating technical and analytical expertise, timely follow-through on commitments, and excellent customer service2. Acting as the financial bridge across SEAS organizations for education and teaching: Operating as primary point of contact and financial expert for SEAS' academic portfolio; Being an active member of the Dean for Academic Programs and Finance teams and participating in team meetings; bridging and communicating across Finance, Academic Programs, Active Learning, and other related offices Consulting and collaborating with unit and finance teams on financial inquiries, analyses, and budget variances Identifying potential operational challenges, process improvements, and solutions while documenting processes and best practices 3. Performing financial projects and deliverables as they relate to SEAS education and teaching: Leading and effectively managing school-wide special projects related to academic financial strategy, partnering with the Dean for Academic Programs and other academic leaders. Special projects may span academic program financial reviews, consulting-type analyses and presentations on a particular topic, or other needs that may arise Analyzing and synthesizing financial and non-financial data around the School's educational activities Supporting the educational and teaching activities for financial planning efforts, budget analysis, and reporting such as the multi-year financial plan, annual operating budgets, forecasts, and monthly / year-end reporting Creating and presenting visually compelling reports and presentations to enable the comprehension of multiple audiences Other duties and special projects as assigned. Basic Qualifications Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience required Minimum of 7 years' relevant work experience Additional Qualifications and Skills Advanced knowledge of budget management, financial analysis and financial modeling; working knowledge of accounting principles Demonstrated experience with financial systems and data query tools Excellent written and oral communication skills Demonstrated experience managing cross-functional projects with multiple constituencies Well organized and is able to manage multiple projects simultaneously Ability to build effective working relationships with colleagues and clients, and has the professional demeanor and can discreetly handle confidential information Consulting or similar experience a plus Excellent knowledge of Excel, PowerPoint and visualization software Working Conditions Work will be performed remotely and in an office setting in Allston, MA. Commitment to Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Harvard University views equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging as the pathway to achieving inclusive excellence and fostering a campus culture where everyone can thrive. We strive to create a community that draws upon the widest possible pool of talent to unify excellence and diversity while fully embracing individuals from varied backgrounds, cultures, races, identities, life experiences, perspectives, beliefs, and values. Job Function Finance Sub Unit ------------ Location USA - MA - Allston Department SEAS Financial Planning and Analysis Time Status Full-time Union 00 - Non Union, Exempt or Temporary Pre-Employment Screening Credit, Criminal, Education, Identity Commitment to Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Harvard University views equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging as the pathway to achieving inclusive excellence and fostering a campus culture where everyone can thrive. We strive to create a community that draws upon the widest possible pool of talent to unify excellence and diversity while fully embracing individuals from varied backgrounds, cultures, races, identities, life experiences, perspectives, beliefs, and values. EEO Statement We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, or any other characteristic protected by law. Apply Here PI188929819
  • New York, New York, The Rockefeller Brothers Fund (RBF) seeks an Accountant to perform accounting and financial reporting tasks. The Accounting department provides support to the RBF, as well as affiliated organizations the Rockefeller Family Fund (RFF) and the David Rockefeller Fund (DRF),. The Accountant will perform other duties assigned by the Director of Accounting, with additional responsibilities in coordination with the Director of Financial Reporting. The starting salary for this role is $81,000. Key Responsibilities Accounting Services for the RBF, RFF, and DRF Monitor cash balances to ensure they are adequately funded and coordinate with the Directors of Accounting and Financial Reporting to arrange cash transfers, as necessary. Reconcile monthly bank statements and prepare journal entries, including for DRF short-term investment cash activity. Review the coding of all invoices for payment in the accounting software system and verify supporting documents for all invoices, agreements, and/or memos for grant payments, purchases and expense items, and journal entries. Oversee the maintenance of invoices, voucher records, journal entries, and other data as required to support and verify all receipts and disbursements. Record transactions in the accounting software system as directed by the Senior Accountant and Directors of Accounting and Financial Reporting. Partner with Senior Human Resources Associate or a designee of the VP for People and Culture to prepare semi-monthly payroll transfers. Prepare and coordinate weekly cash and check deposits via Chase online system. Prepare journal entries and monthly allocation accounting transactions. In coordination with accounting colleagues, generate and distribute various monthly reports from the accounting system. Conduct monthly reconciliations of grant payments and appropriations. Maintain and update monthly an Intacct-generated excel document detailing contributions to the RBF, DRF, and RFF according to Unrestricted and Restricted Core, Donor Advised Funds, and Projects and verify that all contributions have proper supporting documentation. Financial Support Services   Prepare the annual budget entries for all entities to be imported into the accounting system. Compile lead and supporting schedules and accounting detail; provide assistance required for auditors. Perform other tasks that may be required to fulfill the responsibilities of other accounting staff in their absence. Liaise with banks and Finance department vendors. Perform all other duties, including support for special projects, as assigned by the Director of Accounting. Skills and Abilities  Sound knowledge of general accounting principles and nonprofit-specific accounting procedures.  Strong detail orientation, analytical abilities, and problem-solving skills.  Flexibility and the ability to manage and complete numerous tasks and projects simultaneously. Knowledge of and proficiency with Intacct and/or other accounting software packages. Strong knowledge of and proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, document management systems, and other software applications. Ability to work as part of a team and work well with outside vendors, auditors, and financial institutions. Education, Experience, and Knowledge B.A./B.S. in Accounting with a  minimum of four years in an accounting position, or a master’s degree in accounting or a related field with two years of accounting experience. Expectations of All Positions Each employee is expected to: Understand and support the philanthropic mission of the RBF. Respect and value those who partner with or request assistance from the RBF. Manage the resources of the RBF in a manner that maximizes the funds available for charitable activity. Advance diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts in core responsibilities and institution-wide efforts. Respect the contribution of each employee of the RBF and support colleagues in fulfilling their individual responsibilities. Appreciate differences in perspectives and points of view and work collaboratively with colleagues toward shared goals and objectives. Commit time to RBF activities and conversations that strengthen the Fund’s culture and improve its effectiveness.
  • Boston, Massachusetts, Passion. Purpose. Impact.  CJP is one of Boston's oldest and most respected philanthropic organizations and we are currently seeking two Senior Financial Analysts .   As a dynamic contributor to CJP’s Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) team, the Senior Financial Analyst is responsible for several core accounting functions, including developing CJP’s budget, monthly financial report review and analysis, financial forecasting and budget reconciliation, committee and board presentation material, as well as ad hoc operational accounting support.   Primary Responsibilities:   Financial Planning and Analysis: Assist in the preparation of the annual budget Perform monthly and quarterly budget reconciliations, revisions, and forecasting Perform technical accounting research and assist in developing and implementing updated accounting policies and practices Assist with enhancing the current budgeting tools including modeling, understanding actuals, accounting for new or updated programs, etc. Work closely with managers and leadership to analyze, evaluate, and present monthly financial results comparing them to budget to benefit senior management, committees and the Board of Directors. Prepare various reports for the Budget & Administration Committee, Board of Directors and Committee on Strategic Priorities meetings   Fixed Assets (for only one of the two Senior Financial Analyst openings): Responsible for analyzing additions and dispositions made during the year for corresponding capital projects codes to determine assets placed in or removed from service Responsible for monthly depreciation and amortization journal entries throughout the year and at year end for new fixed asset additions being put into service Assist in preparing certain fixed asset schedules and reconciliations for the year-end audit   Perform ad-hoc projects to support the decision making of leaders of the organization   Education:  BA/BS in Accounting.  CPA preferred   Budgeted Salary Range:   $71,700 – 89,600 depending upon experience   Work Schedule:  CJP staff work a hybrid work schedule where Tuesdays and Wednesdays staff work in the office; on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays staff may work remotely.   CJP offers that rare opportunity to tap your skills, talents, and experience to benefit a greater good while you grow professionally. You will work in a dynamic environment, with a diverse group of individuals who share your commitment and enthusiasm. Together, you will make a difference for Jews and non-Jews in Greater Boston and worldwide. We offer competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits and a collegial, family-friendly work and team environment.    For more information about CJP, go to   Please use this link to apply:   CJP conducts background checks as part of the hiring process.   CJP is an equal opportunity employer.  People with disabilities, women, veterans, black, indigenous and people of color, and LGBTQ people are encouraged to apply.  Upon request, reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to individuals with disabilities.
  • Ashburn, Virginia, ABOUT THE ROLE The Accounting and Operations Manager is a key member of the Finance and Operations team and will contribute to a team culture that is focused on effectively managing and adapting to change and identifying opportunities to find efficiencies, leverage technology, and strengthen the sustainability of NRPA. On a daily basis, the Accounting & Operations Manager works on a variety of accounting duties and responsibilities relating to money coming into and going out of NRPA; including accounts receivable, cash reconciliations, and accounts payable; evaluates and makes appropriate recommendations for and improvements to related internal processes; and supports the Chief Operating and Financial Officer’s (COFO) to ensure these accounting processes are aligned with the goals of the organization and strengthen NRPA’s business model. The Accounting and Operations Manager must exhibit the aptitude to build relationships and collaborate with multiple teams and tiers within and external to the organization. In addition to the COFO, the Accounting and Operations Manager will work closely with NRPA’s outsourced accounting firm to improve internal processes and procedures and ensure accurate and effective account management. The candidate must also possess a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail, must meet deadlines, stay up to date with internal policies and procedures, and deliver consistently good services to clients and staff. Responsibilities and Duties Prepares, sends and records invoices for products and services offered by NRPA, including membership, certification, advertising and exhibit fees, Conference registration, fee for service contracts and charitable contributions. Processes accounts and incoming payments in compliance with policies and procedures which includes cash receipts from the lockbox, mail deliveries, ACH/Wire transfers and making electronic and manual deposits as necessary Codes all cash receipts for General Ledger entry via iMIS and other system(s) Establishes cash receipt batches in iMIS including reconciliation with bank totals Enters NRPA annual conference exhibitor orders and payments into iMIS database Processes all transactions for numerous departments within organization Issues refunds and/or credits to be applied to other revenue accounts, as needed Monitors open accounts receivables report and completes collection of all outstanding accounts, including collaborating with internal points of contact on outreach to members and customers Liaises with NRPA teams and outsourced accounting firm regarding invoicing and collections Collaborates with Membership team to complete monthly retention outreach communication to NRPA members Assists customers with billing and receipt inquires Provides schedules and supporting documents to COFO Prepares information relating to transaction processing for annual audit Partners with COFO to assess the extent to which certain financial transactions and functions can and should be folded into the outsourced accounting firm, RSM, scope of work and monthly activities. Assists the COFO with duties and special projects as needed Qualifications Bachelors’ Degree in Accounting or equivalent combination of experience and education required. Minimum of 5-7 years in related field; 3-5 years of position-specific experience preferred Specialized knowledge of accounts receivable/invoicing, cash reconciliations, and accounts payable with ability to exercise sound judgement and fiscal responsibility. Experience in a nonprofit and membership association desirable. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite Prior experience with accounting software; Sage Intacct and iMIS experience desired Knowledge of non-profit GAAP accounting. Proven experience identifying, recommending, and implementing process improvements Ability to think strategically, view responsibilities and tasks with a critical eye and find solutions through analytical, logical, and iterative approaches. Proactively contributes to team innovation and cross-departmental and external collaboration Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skill. A self-starter requiring minimal guidance; proven ability to manage and set priorities effectively under the pressure of deadlines Highly organized with meticulous attention to detail, consistent accuracy, thoroughness, and diligence Strong customer service orientation; skilled in collaborating with a wide variety of people Demonstrate an understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion concepts, is able to represent those in external relationships, and ensures that they are reflected in all policies, procedures and customer service activities Occasional travel, including annual All-Staff Retreat and NRPA Annual Conference