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  • Annapolis, Maryland, Anne Arundel County rests between Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, D.C. consisting of 416 square miles (264,200 acres) of land area, approximately 530 linear miles of tidal shoreline, and approximately 580,000 residents. It borders Baltimore City, Baltimore and Howard counties to the north and northwest, Prince George’s County to the west and Calvert County to the south, and the Chesapeake Bay to the east. Anne Arundel County Government is searching for a Cabinet-level executive to lead the Office of the Budget. The Budget Officer is responsible for proper management and oversight of a general fund budget of approximately $3.9 Billion (including county operating departments, public education, community college and libraries) and a Capital Improvement Program budget of approximately $430 million, and establishing a positive work environment with a workforce that is more than 75% represented by collective bargaining units. For a complete picture of our approved FY 2021 budget, please visit the following link: The Budget Officer, who is appointed and serves at the pleasure of the County Executive, is responsible for the formulation of the budget in accordance with the procedures set out in Article VII of the Charter of Anne Arundel County, including the control of positions; research on economic trends and long-term fiscal plans; the study of the organization, methods and procedures of each office, department, board, commission, institution and agency of the County government; and such other duties and functions as may be assigned. The incumbent assists county agencies in the preparation of their budgets, and may provide consultation and guidance in improving budget execution and reducing costs. The mission of the Office of the Budget is to provide a comprehensive range of fiscal, revenue and budgetary management, coordination, planning and analysis functions for County government and to provide related advisory services to the County Executive in order to assure that necessary public services are delivered effectively at least possible cost. Successful candidates will have a master's degree in finance, public or business administration, or a related field; have at least six (6) or more years' experience pertaining to the duties of this office to include strong administrative experience, skill in public administration and governmental budgeting, and technical training; experience in corporate finance, bond financing and rating agencies; and familiarity with structured financing to include public-private partnerships and tax increment financing; and extensive supervisory experience in fiscal operations and budget and management analysis. An acceptable combination of education and experience may be considered. To apply, visit our Job Opportunities page: Anne Arundel County Government offers an excellent fringe benefit package and salary commensurate with the candidate's qualifications and responsibilities. 
  • Sandwich, Massachusetts, TITLE: Chief Financial Officer DEPT:  Finance & Administration REPORTS TO:  President & CEO   STATUS:  Part-time or Fractional/consultant                               SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES:   The Chief Financial Officer will provide the strategic financial resources needed to ensure the organization’s fiscal sustainability.    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: Works with management to set financial policy and is an active participant in strategic discussions.   Analyzes and interprets financial information for annual operations and for strategic purposes and projects.   Prepares reports and provides analysis and interpretation for Finance committee and Board meetings, and for other purposes as requested.   Partners with leadership on operational and strategic issues as they arise, providing recommendations based on financial analysis, projections and revenue/expense analysis.   Partners with management in the budget planning process and implements overall annual budget strategy and process.   Routinely identifies efficiencies and areas of improvement in processes.   Leads efforts to implement finance and accounting-related system upgrades and process improvements.   Attends Senior Team, Finance Committee and Trustee meetings; others as requested.   Other projects as assigned.   Heritage Museums & Gardens is the largest cultural attraction on Cape Cod. With three museums and 100 acres of gardens, pathways and wooded areas, Heritage’s mission is to celebrate the cultural heritage and landscapes of Southeastern New England and Cape Cod, and to inspire people of all ages to discover, learn and enjoy together.  Heritage is an equal opportunity employer.   Please send resumé and letter of interest to . The minimum education is a Bachelors in accounting or Finance, preferably masters in Accounting + CPA or MBA +CPA.
  • Arlington, Virginia, Accounting Manager Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI)   The Opportunity! Drones, robots, automated vehicles and more: Be part of the technology revolution in one of the hottest industries today!    We are seeking a highly motivated, confident and energetic professional to join our team, leading a wide range of accounting functions in a nonprofit membership association.   This is an ideal opportunity to take your career to the next level, becoming a key contributor to the operations of a fast-paced organization leading technological change.   Primary Responsibilities This is a hands-on role in an accounting team of two, reporting to the Senior Vice President, Operations: Maintains general ledger in Microsoft Dynamics GP. Oversees recording, reconciliation and import of transactions from related systems, including NetFORUM association management system, a2z (exhibit sales), and Showcare (event registration). Prepares monthly closings, journal entries and account reconciliations, including general ledger, subsidiary ledgers, bank accounts, investment accounts, merchant accounts, payroll, health and retirement plans, and PAC. Oversees A/R, A/P and cash management functions. Prepares monthly financial statements, including analysis of performance against budget. Manages employee time records and prepares payroll in ADP. Ensures that internal control policies are followed. Supports preparation of budgets in Dynamic Budgets. Leads planning and execution of annual audit; supports preparation of 990 tax return. Maintains and develops accounting policies and procedures. Works with all the association’s product and service teams to develop efficient and user-friendly internal business processes. Other duties to make every day a success story!   You Are! Reliable, dependable and accountable. You don’t just put in your time, you have a strong work ethic, deep sense of accountability and are highly productive. You are able to work within a team and across teams. You are deeply invested in contributing to not just your own success but the success of your teammates and organization. You have a hunger for learning and aren’t satisfied unless you’re growing as a professional. You are an energetic and a self-starting professional ready to take on the next challenge. You have amazing organizational skills, able to effectively manage multiple projects and tasks at a time. Deadlines don’t catch you by surprise. Your flexibility allows you to adjust to changing priorities and operate effectively in a fluid environment. Ready for growth. You have great problem solving skills, can help pull people and resources together for a common goal and ready to work toward the next level of project ownership and accountability.   We Are! Invested in your success! We are not successful unless you are successful and growing—professionally and personally. A winner of the Council of Manufacturing Associations’ 2019 “Best Places to Work” award. A team who works in a fast-moving, highly collaborative environment, with the heart and passion to bring this emerging technology to market. People who take our work seriously without taking ourselves too seriously; we are excited about shaping the world to come!   Benefits Benefits include health plan with generous employer contribution; fully paid dental and vision plans and life and disability insurance; 401(k) retirement plan, fitness center membership.   About AUVSI Visit for more information about us.  Staff are working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, with certain positions coming to the office for key functions on a rotating, strictly controlled basis.   Are You Ready? If you think you have the potential to succeed, apply today.  Write to and tell us how you will take this job to the next level!     Qualifications Demonstrated expertise in the full range of accounting functions in a comparable setting, with knowledge of relevant nonprofit sector accounting and tax practices. Experience with MS Dynamics GP and NetFORUM preferred, or proven ability in comparable systems. Ability to manage accounting functions in a complex systems architecture. Ability to work across multiple teams, fostering efficiency and productivity. Strong verbal and written communications skills. Proficiency in MS Office applications, including Word, Outlook, and Excel; ability to use MS Teams collaboration platform; facility with other common office technology tools. Willingness to learn new applications as needed. Bachelor’s degree in accounting or a related field, and at least five years of experience in a relevant setting, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • East Hanover, New Jersey, We have a commitment to a happy, healthy, inclusive and productive workplace. Some of the ways we accomplish this by includes: Emphasizing our open door policy. Whether someone is brand new or has been with the Firm from the beginning, we are all part of the same family and each person matters Offering a competitive benefits package and 401k with a company match, including discounted gym memberships and biometric testing reimbursement Summer Fridays off! Comprehensive Performance Management Program Including Real Time Feedback and a Formalized Mentorship Program Technical Training and business development workshops   More than a job We're hiring for a Tax Senior for our East Hanover NJ office.  Responsibilities include and are not limited to the following: Advanced technical knowledge of accounting standards and reporting standards in researching, completing and reviewing technical areas. Addresses questions on advanced technical accounting matters from team members and upper level client management Intermediate to Advanced level tax preparation skills Performs a detailed review of team’s workflow and monitors that tasks are assigned and completed on a timely basis Manages multiple assignments inside an engagement Communicates with Partner, Manager and/or Supervising Senior on work status and client issues that arise Advanced knowledge of applicable accounting software (e.g. ProSystem Engagement, Tax, etc.) Participates in planning and execution of client engagement in collaboration with the Manager and/or Partner on the job Identifies opportunities to leverage staff including designing staffing structure of engagement Ability to lead small to medium sized engagements with finalized document and report requiring minimal change upon review   Why Join Us? Since 1924, Friedman LLP established itself as the premier advisor within the middle market business sector. With a forward thinking approach, Friedman has expanded on core audit and tax services with diverse advisory consulting services including: China Consulting; Forensic, Litigation Support & Valuation Services, Governance, Risk & Compliance, Cybersecurity Consulting and Digital Currency. Ranked #1 in Vault’s 2020 Best Culture in the Accounting Industry , the Friedman Experience offers an inclusive environment where professionals are developed into respected business leaders, while helping our community navigate their businesses in an evolving world. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting required 3-5 years of experience in a similar role Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong interpersonal skills Ability to work independently, but also work well with others Experience with ProSystem Tax and ProSystem Engagement  a plus CPA completed or working towards the CPA preferred
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, We are seeking a Sr. FP&A Analyst who will be responsible for managing the Barstool Sportsbook business in partnership with Penn National Gaming’s properties. This role will work directly with finance leadership on Barstool Sportsbook to provide financial planning, support and analysis as needed. In this role, the individual will be critical in the monthly and annual P&L forecasting and budgeting processes. The Sr. FP&A Analyst will be responsible for analyzing and explaining business drivers for monthly results, forming recommendations and updating future projections. Management will look to this role to understand ‘ what happened?’ , ‘why did it happen?’ and ‘ what are the financial implications going forward?’ . This role will have detailed exposure to the P&L and will work with cross-functional teams to achieve business objectives. Additionally, this role will assist with scenario planning, projects, presentation creation and ad-hoc requests from business partners. This is an incredible opportunity to join our organization on our exciting journey to provide the best sports-betting experience in the nation! Develop, implement and maintain effective financial models and reports to support financial planning and analysis of assigned business units including revenues, expenses, headcount, capital expenditures, and other related areas as needed. Assist with development and submission of monthly and full-year P&L forecasts, budget planning and long-range planning. Research and provide succinct forecast, budget and variance analysis to senior leadership as needed. Proactively identify areas of opportunity and/or risk, provide recommendations and financial support to make business decisions. Perform recurring and ad-hoc financial analyses as needed to assist in business decision-making. Conduct financial research, analyze financial performance against targets, and determine financial trends in the business. Assist with development and creation of senior leadership presentations as needed. Develop and distribute appropriate weekly, monthly and/or annual reports as needed. Maintain a thorough understanding of the financial reporting and general ledger structure to assist with financial planning and budgeting activities. Anticipate and respond proactively to senior leadership requests. Effectively partner with cross-functional teams and regional Casino properties to manage concurrent deliverables and deadlines. Participate in development, implementation and maintenance of policies and procedures. Develop a thorough understanding of assigned business units and Penn Interactive Ventures as well as on-going business needs. Perform additional Business Operations duties and tasks as required. Consistent exercise of independent judgment and discretion in matters of significance. Respect and promote inclusion and diversity. Regular, consistent and punctual attendance. Must be able to work nights and weekends, variable schedule(s) as necessary. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Undergraduate degree from an accredited institution in Finance, Accounting, Economics or another related field. 3 - 5 years of P&L analysis experience and/or public accounting experience; prior experience in FP&A preferred . Strong data analysis and Microsoft Excel skills including: managing and manipulating large data sets, financial modeling, advanced formulas and functions (lookup formulas, conditional logic, financial formulas, data formatting, charts, pivot tables). Proficiency in creating/assisting with PowerPoint presentations. Strong critical thinking, analytical, communication skills and attention to detail: Able to interpret complex data and synthesize into actionable insights. Deliver quality, thought out work in an articulate manner. Highly responsive with a strong sense of time management and the ability to meet aggressive deadlines efficiently and effectively Self-starter with excellent interpersonal skills; able to work autonomously but also operate as part of a strong, cohesive team, build relationships and earn trust. Able to navigate roadblocks and deal with the unplanned and unexpected to find alternative ways to get things done. Positive attitude, intellectually curious and eager to make positive contributions to the team and business.
  • New York, New York, Job Overview : The Wealth Management Analyst provides technical and analytical support for the Senior Advisors of Wealthstream Advisors. Such support includes financial planning analysis, identification of client needs/obstacles, development of recommendations, investment research / portfolio analysis, and preparation for client/prospect meetings. An Analyst participates in client meetings with Senior Advisors and completes the follow up work from client meetings.   Responsibilities:   Financial Planning Analyze client assets, income, cash needs, and goals. Complete cash flow projections with alternative scenarios, including insurance needs analyses. Identify client Financial Planning issues/deficiencies related to Retirement Planning, Estate Planning, Tax Planning, Insurance (Life, Disability and Long Term Care), etc. and provide recommendations/solutions for addressing these issues. Execute recommendations/solutions by managing/facilitating implementation of agreed upon action items. Attend client meetings. Responsible for meeting preparation, meeting participation, taking detailed notes, and working with Senior Advisor and Operations Team to follow-up on all outstanding items. Meeting preparation includes the running of performance reports using Orion and updating drafts of Estimated Net Worth in E-Money. Prepare/create Advanced Planning Mind Maps detailing total client picture/profile. Prepare periodic reports, statements and other documents as requested by Senior Advisors.   Portfolio/Investment Management Provide investment recommendations based on rebalancing and tax loss harvesting opportunities in client accounts. Also provide recommendations in instances of cash withdrawals/additions. All trading recommendations should take into consideration the tax implications to the client. Review all trades (post-trade) to ensure trade affected properly and accurately. Review (daily) Prior Day Client account transactions. Analyze prospect/client outside accounts and create second opinion analyses using Morningstar Direct and additional resources. Research and develop new and improved client presentation tools. Monitor existing client investment vehicles/portfolios.   Additional Responsibilities Participation in internal firm Estate Planning, Investment, and Financial Planning meetings/committees. For Investment Committee, work with team to: Examine new asset classes and investment vehicles to determine if appropriate for clients. Preparation of memos to the investment committee to make a portfolio recommendation. Review and research asset class universes’ on annual basis and/or as needed. Carry out Wealthstream Advisors’ investment philosophy in setting up, monitoring and maintaining client portfolios. Perform monthly/quarterly review of investment vehicles and provide reports to Senior Advisors. Research law changes and new developments in aforementioned fields and help recommend/implement new firm policies based on current environment. Assist in firm marketing.     Requirements/Qualifications Bachelors Degree (in Finance, Financial Planning, Accounting or Economics preferred). 1-4 yrs. experience in Financial Planning, Tax Preparation, Asset Management, or related field. CFP® Designation preferred. If not already acquired, CFP® certification will be required within 1 st year of joining firm. Additional certifications are encouraged.    CPA looking to get into Financial Planning also preferred. Skilled in Microsoft Office Suite. Strong analytic and communication (written and verbal) skills are a must. Detail oriented with ability to multi-task. Strong attention to details. Ability to meet deadlines. Comprehensive investment knowledge is preferred. Related internship preferred. Looking for candidate who is passionaate about wanting to build a career in Financial Planning. Passing CFP(r) exam is required within first year of hire. CPA designation also attractive as long as candidate wants to make transtion into Financial Planning. Competitive Salary/Benefits
  • Princeton, New Jersey, Director of Finance & Administration   Climate Central, an influential climate science research and communications nonprofit organization, seeks a motivated mid- to senior-level individual to direct our Finance and Administration activities.  The position manages two fulltime staff and numerous vendor and contractor relationships and reports to the CEO. Dedicate yourself to making a difference on an issue that matters to all of us.   About Climate Central Climate Central is a growing independent group of scientists and communicators who research and report the facts about our changing climate and how it affects people’s lives. We use science, big data, and tech to generate thousands of local storylines and compelling visuals that make climate change relevant and show what can be done about it. Founded in 2008, we work in almost every US media market and our research and imagery have appeared in well over 100 nations.   Position Description The Director of Finance & Administration is a hands-on, participative leader responsible for the financial and administrative business management of Climate Central.  This position is responsible for the accounting, financial reporting, budgeting, tax compliance, investments, insurance, and audit functions.  Additionally, administrative responsibilities include human resources management (to be supported by a professional employment organization), premises and office administration, procurement, contracts management and vendor relations, including counsel.  The Director of Finance & Administration will interface with staff, management, Board members, committees of the Board, auditors, vendors, donors and regulatory agencies.  Areas of Responsibility Financial Management The Director will be responsible for all systems and procedures for the proper accounting for the activities and financial position of Climate Central including oversight and participation in the posting of accounting entries; control of the general ledger and sub-ledgers; preparation, analysis and communication of recurring financial reporting and financial statements; coordination and participation in the annual audit process; oversight and participation in the annual budget process and periodic reporting on results versus budget; managing cash flow and investments and coordinating the relationships with banks; contracts management; federal, state and local tax and regulatory compliance; preparation of donor request budgets and grant financial reports; and communicating with and supporting the Finance and Audit Committee of the Board of Trustees.  New key deliverables will include development of recurring, detailed reporting for management, assessment of the existing accounting system, and updating of process documentation.  Additionally, the implementation of a robust cash management and investment process will be critical.   Administration Management The Director will be responsible for human resources management and overall administrative functions, participating in policy setting, implementation of practices, communication with staff, and ongoing delivery of services.  Human Resource Management includes management of and coordination with the company’s employment service providers.  Service providers include the professional employment organization (PEO), 401K custodian and servicer, outside legal counsel and other human resources service providers.   The Director will serve as the plan sponsor for all company benefit and retirement plans.  The Director will also serve as the fiduciary for the company’s retirement plan, working with the retirement plan servicer to maintain the plan in compliance with regulations.   Additionally, the Director will serve as the primary contact for local, state and federal regulatory agencies.  Administrative functions include premises and facilities management, insurance administration, procurement, contracts administration and vendor relations. Vendor relations includes the coordination of selection of legal counsel and supporting the relationship with outside counsel.  Other duties may also be assigned as needed. Location This position is based at Climate Central’s headquarters in Princeton New Jersey.  Presently, Climate Central staff are working remotely, though the office is open and available for staff to use. Compensation Compensation is competitive, with generous benefits.    Diversity Climate Central strongly encourages diverse candidates to apply. We are an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and as such do not discriminate against any applicant for employment or employee on the basis of race, color, religious creed, gender, age, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other classification protected by applicable discrimination laws.   How to Apply Please send your  cover letter  including salary expectations; your  resume ; and contact information for  three references familiar with your work , to  with the  exact  subject line, “ Director of Finance ” (no quotes). Due to the volume of employment applications and queries received, Climate Central is unable to respond to each application individually. Applicants will be contacted directly if selected as a candidate. The search will close when a successful candidate is recruited.   Essential qualifications Advanced degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Administration, or related work experience A minimum of 10 years in financial administration with progressive growth in responsibility Prior responsibility for the quality and content of all financial data, reporting and audit coordination Experience with non-profit accounting requirements and funding sources Prior experience with grants management a plus Prior experience supervising, coaching and mentoring a team Ability to translate financial concepts to and effectively collaborate with programmatic and fundraising colleagues who do not necessarily have finance backgrounds Technology savvy with experience selecting and implementing software tools, managing relationships with vendors, and knowledge of accounting and reporting software High proficiency with spreadsheet and accounting software Successful record of setting priorities and meeting objectives Strong analytic, organization and problem solving skills which enable decision making Ability to work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders in a multi-cultural environment; strong people skills Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, professionalism, a commitment to lead by example and dedication to the mission of Climate Central.
  • Port Washington, New York,   Position Objective:   The Accountant’s main objective at the Foundation is to accurately process financial transactions and maintain detailed records per the Accounting Policies and Procedures Manual for the revenue and expense accounting cycles that help support the creation of the GAAP financial statements and federal and state tax returns. Essential Functions:   Enter financial transactions and ensure that the CRM and Accounting system are reconciled on a monthly basis to catch any discrepancies. Export the batches from the CRM and import them into the Accounting system with an emphasis on accuracy and timeliness. Post other cash receipts, cash disbursements, credit cards, e-commerce, postage allocations, journal entries, etc. into the accounting software as needed Enter invoices and expenses into the accounting software accurately and in a timely manner Notify the Supervisor of material expenses which require the transfer of restricted funds Process and mail checks Obtain W-9 for all new vendors. Maintain the paper and electronic copies of all W-9’s, vendor files and paid bills accurately and in a timely manner. Interact and maintain a customer relationship with AP vendors where applicable. Maintain the paper and electronic copies of all insurance documents accurately and in a timely manner. Generate reports from the accounting software used in analysis, e.g., reports by Cost Center, Account, or Department Create customized Excel spreadsheets and format spreadsheets exported to Excel from the accounting system as needed or requested by Management Assist the Supervisor with the annual financial statement audit and the preparation of the financial statements, IRS 990 tax return and NY CHAR 500 Review and monitor all state filings and registrations completed by the third party agency for accuracy and timeliness. Research state sales tax use/collection requirements as needed for special events. File state sales tax returns. Maintain monthly reconciliations for all balance sheet accounts. Work with all employees in obtaining receipts and coding for all Marfan Credit card charges on a monthly basis.   Competencies: Strong bookkeeping and database skills; Experience with Accounting applications and strong Microsoft office and excel Skills. Discretion is imperative due to the sensitive nature of the information being processed. Strong time-management skills, organizational skills, ability to multi-task and work as a team player. Travel (if applicable):   Occasional travel may be required in support of events or programs. Education & Experience:   Minimum Bachelor’s Degree or Certificate in Accounting or Bookkeeping required and a minimum of three years of related experience. Work Environment: This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, photocopiers and fax machines. Other Duties:   The Marfan Foundation expects all employees to conform to the expectations outlined in the Employee Manual. Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. Apply Here PI124953146
  • New Haven, Connecticut, Yale University offers exciting opportunities for achievement and growth in New Haven, Connecticut. Conveniently located between Boston and New York, New Haven is the creative capital of Connecticut with cultural resources that include three major museums, a critically-acclaimed repertory theater, state-of-the-art concert hall, and world-renowned schools of Architecture, Art, Drama, and Music.   General Purpose:   The Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy, a joint undertaking between Yale Law School and Yale School of the Environment, advances fresh thinking and analytically rigorous approaches to environmental decision-making across disciplines, sectors, and scales. In addition to its research activities, the center also aims to foster discussion and collaboration across the Yale campus on environmental law and policy issues at the local, regional, national, and global levels. Its recent projects include the biennial Environmental Performance Index, which ranks countries on performance indicators tracked across policy categories covering both environmental public health and ecosystem vitality, as well as initiatives on Sustainable Finance, Trade and Climate Change, Rethinking Environmental Protection for the 21st Century, Corporate Sustainability, and Global Climate Governance.   The Fellow will work directly with the Center Faculty Director, Professor Dan Esty and Center Associate Director, Tyler Yeargain. The Fellow’s time will cover a range or responsibilities including managing Professor Esty’s schedule and communications, organizing Center events, and contributing to the spectrum of Center projects.   Supports all aspects of the Center Director’s work both within and outside of the Center including project management, research and logistical support, budget tracking, coordination with Center staff and partners, correspondence, and supervision of student projects and engagement.   Performs substantial research, writing, and editing for the Center including proofreading content for publications, articles, and journals for content, style, grammar, and factual accuracy.   Envisions, creates and writes a wide variety of sensitive and high-level written materials. Tracks copy through various editing and production stages.   Develops and manages execution of comprehensive, strategic communications plan to promote and disseminate information to many stakeholders including the Center’s advisory board, donors and project partners.   Implements strategies for public relations efforts for the Center by providing research and logistical support including drafting talking points and carefully coordinating details of public appearances and events (e.g., keynote addresses, conferences, meetings, special guests, etc.).   Serves as liaison to partners both within and outside of the Yale School of the Environment including organizing, facilitating, and participating in meetings, conference calls, etc.   Coordinates the Center’s administrative support to ensure timely and proper completion of administrative tasks including travel booking, scheduling, expense reimbursement, etc.   Contributes to the design, organization, and maintenance of the Center's website.   Supports the Associate Director with other duties as assigned. Required Education and Experience:   Bachelor's degree.   Qualifications: Exceptional writing and communication skills. Strong organizational and analytical skills. Robust research skills and ability to find and analyze materials in a comprehensive and systemic manner. Knowledge of, and keen interest in, environmental law and policy. Superb interpersonal communication skills and demonstrated ability to communicate with varied stakeholder groups in a timely and appropriate manner. A mission-oriented approach to work characterized by strong motivation to excel under pressure.   Application: For more information and immediate consideration, please apply online at .  Please be sure to reference this website when applying for this position.   We invite you to discover the excitement, diversity, rewards and excellence of a career at Yale University. One of the country's great workplaces, Yale University offers exciting opportunities for meaningful accomplishment and true growth. Our benefits package is among the best anywhere, with a wide variety of insurance choices, liberal paid time off, fantastic family and educational benefits, a variety of retirement benefits, extensive recreational facilities, and much more. Yale University considers applicants for employment without regard to and does not discriminate on the basis of an individual’s sex, race, color, religion, age, disability, status as a veteran, or national or ethnic origin; nor does Yale discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression.    
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, MAJOR PURPOSE The Chief Financial Officer directs, manages, and oversees all aspects of the Finance, Revenue Control, Payroll & Time Control, Collections, Risk Management and Procurement Departments, including developing and implementing fiscal controls for the Authority, facilitate financial support services across all departments, report directly to Executive Director and ensures that accounting standards are followed for all financial reporting.   PRINCIPAL DUTIES Responsible for providing timely, accurate, and final review and approval of monthly and year-end financial statements.  Administers and ensures timely and efficient processing of purchases in accordance with Procurement policies and state law. Collaborates with all departments in reviewing and finalizing monthly and year-end statements and in preparation of annual budgets. Oversee and manage the Finance, Revenue Control, Payroll & Time Control, Risk Management, Procurement, and Collections Departments and ensures that all standard operating procedures are adhered to and that financial operating is in accordance with contracts. Responsible for internal controls. Maintains and monitors compliance with governmental reporting requirements. Oversees all audits by outside auditors and directs staff in responding to auditor requests. Participates actively as a key member of the senior management team and collaborates with the executive team. Monitors all debt. Oversees financial analysis of prospective bidders to maintain compliance with Authority standards. Oversees the budget preparation process. Oversees the management of banking of all funds and coordinates and negotiates services provided by financial institutions for all Authority accounts. Oversee all financial statements including the balance sheet and income statement. Provides advice to the Executive Director on all financial matters. Reports to the Board financial activities and related matters monthly. Directs all wire transfers and cash management activity. Oversees the investing of the Authority's cash assets and safeguards those funds. Oversees bond issuance and compliance. Serves as liaison between the Authority and the outside auditors, insurance brokers, financial institutions, and other City agencies. Works with HR to manage Finance, Revenue Control, Payroll & Time Control, Procurement, Risk Management, and Collections staff: hires, trains, disciplines, and schedules staff. Performs related financial work as required.   REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES Proven ability to lead finance departmental functions and staff. Prior supervisory and management experience is a must. Knowledge of government debt financing. Knowledge of government accounting standards preferred. Knowledge of accounting principles. Good listening and problem-solving skills. Education and Experience BA/BS degree required in Accounting & Finance. 8 - 12 years of relevant accounting or finance experience. Minimum of 8+ years of relevant accounting experience. CPA preferred. Minimum 5+ years of supervisory experience overseeing a finance team.