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  • New York, New York, CrossCountry Consulting's Business Transformation practice is quickly growing and we are seeking talented leadership to join our flourishing Seattle market. It's an exciting opportunity to make an impact not only with our clients but within our firm. At CrossCountry Consulting we strive to provide a better experience for our premier commercial clients and our team. We emphasize personal development through hands-on coaching, mentoring, and training. CrossCountry Consulting is a trusted advisory firm providing business transformation, accounting advisory, risk, and technology consulting services. Our Business Transformation group focuses on providing organizational, process, and technology recommendations designed to streamline finance and operations and efficiently address regulatory compliance. Whether they are large Fortune 500 organizations or pre-IPO private companies; our clients rely on CrossCountry for our expertise, high energy personnel, and sustainable, proven results. Business Transformation has service offerings designed to support CFOs and COOs: * Finance Optimization - helping finance organizations optimize and align their operating model (organization, process, and technology) to be a better strategic business partner to the business * Operations Improvement - using proven methodologies and bring hands-on experience to analyze the current environment and design innovative solutions that will have the greatest impact on the overall function of the organization * Regulatory Compliance - implementing compliance programs that seek to add long-term value to the organization in addition to meeting one-off regulatory requirements * Acquisitions & Divestitures - focusing on the critical financial, operational, and technology-related considerations of the transaction and ensuring our clients have the proper roadmap and resources to quickly and efficiently transition to a profitable future state Responsibilities Identify, assess and analyze business problems for area of responsibility, where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors Support projects across the project lifecycle from current state documentation, gap analysis, requirements gathering, future state design, and implementation across the organizational, process, technology and data dimensions Advise on key business processes (e.g. Procure-to-Pay, Order-to-Cash, Financial Close, etc.) and/or regulatory compliance areas Define project strategy, goals, and deliverables that support client goals Develop and help conduct effective meetings and interviews Manage programs/projects and communicate project status to all stakeholders Identify and resolve issues, risks, and project team conflicts Support CrossCountry's leadership on internal projects, including but not limited to: sales/marketing initiatives, recruiting, training and organizational development Qualifications 3+ years of professional services experience in a client facing role at a leading consulting firm, Big Four accounting firm, or commensurate experience A bachelor's degree (or higher) in accounting, finance, information systems, or a similar business or technical discipline Background in either finance optimization, operations improvement, business process improvement, change management, program/project management, acquisition and divestiture implementation and/or regulatory compliance Business acumen with a strong understanding of accounting and business processes, as well as information systems Professionalism and discretion in interacting with executives and clients Proven track record of showing initiative Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong attention detail and organizational skills Creativity, confidence, and flexibility High energy, enthusiasm, and an entrepreneurial spirit! Adaptable in high pressure situations Self-starter that can work autonomously Great sense of humor! Certifications Desired CPA, CISA, CFE, CPA, PMP #LI-JF1 CrossCountry Consulting provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants and believes that respect and fair treatment are critical to creating a productive, diverse, and inclusive workplace. As an equal opportunity employer, CrossCountry is fully committed to comply with all federal, state, and local laws. A ll qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, pregnancy, genetics, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
  • Boston, Massachusetts, CrossCountry Consulting is looking for an exceptional Talent Acquisition Coordinator to join our fun, flexible, and collaborative Internal Talent Acquisition Team, as well as our growing and high energy Northeast region. The Talent Acquisition Coordinator will provide detailed support to the CrossCountry Boston and New York geographies and support the Advisory teams across both regions. The ideal candidate will possess strong organizational skills, be extremely professional, and relish the opportunity to grow in the recruiting field by working in a fast-paced and entrepreneurial environment. We offer a supportive environment, development opportunities, a merit-based promotion track, and no quotas (yes, no quotas!). As a Talent Acquisition Coordinator here at CrossCountry, you will join a team where Excellence is a priority, Collaboration and teamworkare the norm, Energy is contagious, and the opportunity to make an Impact is endless. See for yourself why our success relies on our people . Responsibilities: 50% Scheduling and Coordinating, 40% Sourcing and 10% Special Projects Liaise with Talent Acquisition and leadership teams to coordinate and schedule interviews and meetings on and off-site Act as POC for candidates and hiring managers on interview days by greeting candidates and assisting them throughout the interview process Book candidate travel and manage expenses associated with interviews Maintain the applicant tracking system, Lever, to include reviewing applicants, updating advertised jobs, assist with Lever 'campaigns', etc. Leverage recruiting resources including LinkedIn, social media, and networking to identify and source qualified candidates Create, update and manage reports Participate in ad hoc and special projects as needed Ideal Skills & Qualifications: 1-3 years of related business experience; preferably within a professional services firm or similar environment (including any internship experience) Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite applications including Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook Excellent presentation, verbal and written communication skills Ability to multi-task and work autonomously Experience using social media tools and internet-based systems Ability to prioritize multiple projects, strong organizational skills and extreme attention to detail High energy, enthusiasm and an entrepreneurial spirit! Creativity, self-confidence, and flexibility Great sense of humor required!! #LI-AK1 CrossCountry Consulting provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants and believes that respect and fair treatment are critical to creating a productive, diverse, and inclusive workplace. As an equal opportunity employer, CrossCountry is fully committed to comply with all federal, state, and local laws. A ll qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, pregnancy, genetics, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
  • McLean, Virginia, CrossCountry Consulting is a trusted business advisory firm that provides customized finance, accounting, human capital management, risk, operations, and technology consulting services to leading organizations facing complex change. We love to help our clients and our people succeed... and it shows! We were awarded Glassdoor's Best Places to Work Employees' Choice Award for the second consecutive year! As a part of our national advisory team, you will be an integral part in supporting accounting advisory projects. We are looking for someone who is passionate about delivering financial/operational accounting to our Fortune 500 clients across the country. This is an entrepreneurial role in a rapidly growing firm where you can have an immediately positive impact. Responsibilities: General Accounting Close Support Assistance with the monthly close process, perform results validation and analysis. Preparation of monthly reconciliations, variance explanations, and preparation of validation documents Preparation of monthly and quarterly financial statements and SEC disclosures Work closely with upstream dependencies and downstream stakeholders Assistance in the preparation of cash flows Identification and operationalization of performance improvement opportunities throughout the project Identification, communication, and resolution of issues identified throughout the close process -Support Internal and External audit requests -Assistance in updating SOX documentation (as required) -Assistance in updating policy and procedure documents (as required) -Assisting Manager/Director in various ad hoc projects Financial Reporting Support Preparation and review of monthly internal financial reporting packs Preparation and review of monthly regulatory reporting Preparation and review of quarterly and annual SEC reporting Ad hoc technical accounting research Role within Our Practice: Participate in and/or lead teams providing Accounting Advisory services Communicate effectively with clients to convey project findings, updates, and recommendations Create presentations that effectively inform and influence client decisions Prepare high-quality deliverables for management review Collaborate with CrossCountry and client team members regarding business issues and potential solutions Assist Managing Consultants with project administration (e.g. project setup and planning, budgeting, account management, billing, etc.) Foster a spirit of collaboration among team members Participate in advancing the firm and Accounting Advisory practice through committees and internal initiatives (e.g. recruiting, business development, marketing, etc.) Willingness to travel domestically up to 50% post-COVID (role will be remote to begin) Required Experience & Qualifications: 3+ years of experience advising commercial companies in one or more of the following areas: financial reporting, operational accounting Prior experience in professional services (public accounting or advisory firm) Consistent success in building and developing strong client relationships Strong leadership skills with the ability to foster an environment of collaboration and excellence Detail oriented with the ability to think from a "big picture" perspective Creativity, confidence, and flexibility Enthusiasm and a great sense of humor! Desired Education: Bachelor's degree (or higher) in Accounting, Finance, Information Systems, or similar business or technical discipline #LI-BW1
  • New York, New York, CrossCountry Consulting's Risk Advisory Practice is growing and looking for a talented risk and control professional who will fit into our culture and can provide strong leadership within our team. We provide our clients with a comprehensive suite of consulting and advisory services that include internal audit outsourcing and co-sourcing, enterprise-wide risk assessments, risk management regulatory compliance (including Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX)), advisory and quality assurance, IT audit, cyber security, data governance & data analytics, RPA (robotic process automation and privacy. Our clients include many of the premier commercial companies in the area and our consultants benefit from low travel. COVID-19 update: The safety and well-being of our candidates, employees, and clients continues to be a top priority. We are currently operating remotely while restrictions are in the place Responsibilities Lead the development and delivery of services in the following areas: Internal Audit Outsourcing/Co-sourcing Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) Serve as a key leader in our practice by: Providing input on strategic direction Recruiting and cultivating talent Guiding the use of methodologies and frameworks Supporting business development efforts in new and existing clients Plan and lead client engagements by : Understanding the client's needs Developing a corresponding scope and approach that maximizes, leveraging digital tools and data driven techniques where applicable. Organizing and providing oversight of a team Leading fieldwork and reporting Providing quality assurance for deliverables Identifying and addressing issues before they manifest Develop and manage client relationships by understanding their business, listening to their needs, and ensuring responsive service and exceptional quality Manage teams by guiding performance against objectives, creating an atmosphere of trust and collaboration, modeling leadership behaviors and encouraging continuous improvement and innovation Lead coaching family by serving as a role model, coach, mentor and liaison to the leadership team Qualifications 10+ years of professional services experience leading complex engagements at a Big Four accounting firm, leading consulting firm, or commensurate experience A bachelor's degree (or higher) in accounting, finance, information systems, or a similar business or technical discipline Ideally one or more certifications such as CIA, CPA, CISA or CFE Expertise working with risks and internal controls An understanding and appreciation for the role of internal audit as a business advisor with a purview that spans throughout the organization Business acumen with a strong understanding of accounting and business processes, as well as information systems Ability to build and develop strong client relationships Strong leadership skills with the ability to foster an environment of collaboration and excellence Effective verbal and written communication skills including comfort with executive audiences A proven record of recruiting and cultivating talent Strong attention to detail with the ability to think from a "big picture" perspective Creativity, confidence, and flexibility Great sense of humor! #LI-JF1 CrossCountry Consulting provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants and believes that respect and fair treatment are critical to creating a productive, diverse, and inclusive workplace. As an equal opportunity employer, CrossCountry is fully committed to comply with all federal, state, and local laws. A ll qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, pregnancy, genetics, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
  • McLean, Virginia, As an (Experienced) Managing Consultant in CrossCountry's HR Transformation Practice, you will build our human resources transformation and optimization services. In this role you'll help our clients through a variety of HR transformation activities in order to help the business achieve its strategic business objectives. Responsibilities Partner with our clients to create, develop, plan, and execute effective and consensus-driven Human Resources (HR) optimization activities to include assessing current state, visualizing desired state, operating model, providing a clear roadmap to guide the transformation, ensuring organizational structure maximizes productivity and/or control issues, etc. Execute projects across the project lifecycle from current state documentation, gap analysis, requirements gathering, future state design, and implementation across the organizational, process, technology, and data dimensions. Recommend solutions and best practices for complex business issues. Identify areas for operational improvements within key HR functional areas, such as compensation, talent acquisition, IPO/M&A activities, HRIS, and organizational development. Partner with our Technology Solutions teams to support ERP implementations Required Qualifications 5+ years of relevant experience helping CHROs and executives of Fortune 500 organizations through complex HR transformation and optimization projects from Hire to Retire (H2R) across a full range of HR domains (e.g., Benefits, Operations, Payroll, Rewards, Talent Acquisition) Ability to demonstrate proficiency in HR functions, processes, and best practices Broad understanding of common HR cloud-based tools such as Workday, ADP Desired Experience and Qualifications Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification Demonstrated track record of establishing credibility both internally and externally Proven leader with the ability to foster an environment of collaboration and excellence Passionate about building, developing, motivating, and leading others Experience developing DE&I programs/initiatives Travel A Note on Travel: For the past year+ we have delivered projects remotely with much success, though we do plan to travel again in the near future. Our approach is different in that we are purposeful in scheduling on-site visits with clients around their unique needs rather than the standard Monday-Thursday travel schedule that you'll find at other large firms. We expect travel to be roughly 20-25% (could be more or less) but we'll continue to monitor this area and adapt as needed. Education Bachelor's degree (or higher) in Human Resources, Business, or other technical discipline #LI-NB1 #LI-Remote CrossCountry Consulting provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants and believes that respect and fair treatment are critical to creating a productive, diverse, and inclusive workplace. As an equal opportunity employer, CrossCountry is fully committed to comply with all federal, state, and local laws. A ll qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, pregnancy, genetics, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
  • Boston, Massachusetts, Do you think strategically about your customer's business and technical challenges, and form innovative ideas to solve these challenges? Do you have a keen sense of ownership, drive, and entrepreneurship, and, most importantly, do you know how to earn trust, think big, and work cross-organizationally to deliver results? Do you have a passion to lead from the front and influence others? CrossCountry Consulting's Accounting Advisory practice is quickly growing, and we are seeking talented professionals to join our Boston location. It's an exciting opportunity to make an impact not only with our clients but within our firm. At CrossCountry Consulting we strive to provide a better experience for our premier commercial clients and our team. We are currently seeking an Associate Director to develop and grow with the Accounting Advisory practice in the Boston market with a primary focus on the technology, biotech and life science industry sectors. In this role, you will have the opportunity to provide various accounting advisory services including (but not limited to): * Technical Accounting and Business Advisory Guidance with advanced knowledge of complex accounting concepts * IPO Readiness & Corporate Transactions If you enjoy providing advisory expertise to local clients, this is a unique opportunity to become part of our collaborative, energetic and entrepreneurial team at CrossCountry Consulting! Responsibilities: Provide thoughtful leadership and influence executive-level decision-making through a deep analytical insight into core business decisions such as the prioritization of opportunities in the Boston market Participate in proposal teams in securing new client work, as well as expand existing relationships within client organizations with Business Development and Networking in mind Manage client accounts, projects, and engagements, including: work plans, staffing, deadlines, and budgets throughout all lifecycle phases, to include: strategy, goal-setting, deliverables, and maintaining an integrated project plan Manage teams and individuals by tracking and directing performance against objectives, developing timely resolutions to issues, risks, and project team conflicts, and fostering a spirit of collaboration among team members Act as a role model, supervisor, coach, and mentor to Managing Consultants, Senior Consultants and Consultants both on projects and within coaching families. This includes being a champion for the firm in our community, within the market, with recruits, and with employees to attract and retain our people. Participate in advancing the firm through various initiatives such as recruiting, business development, service line leadership initiatives, marketing, and knowledge sharing. Ideal Skills and Qualifications: 10+ years of relevant accounting experience advising publicly traded companies, including experience supporting transactions as a result of, or in preparation for, one or more of the following areas: mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, spin-off, carve-out, IPO Experience at a Big Four or equivalent firm. This background is a critical differentiator among interested candidates Proven track record as an influential change agent, championing, organizing and successfully and efficiently executing new ideas and initiatives Confident and self-aware. Ability to use appropriate communication style for various levels across the organization Strong bias for thoughtful action, highly relationship-oriented, accomplishes work with, and through, others via purposeful collaboration Mentorship and people development capabilities Effective verbal and written communication skills including comfort with executive audiences Excellent strategic planning and operational deployment skills; able to translate vision and strategy into clear efficient successes with a strong attention to detail Creativity, confidence, and flexibility High energy, enthusiasm and an entrepreneurial spirit Great sense of humor! Certifications/Education Desired: CPA or CA Bachelor's degree (or higher) in Accounting, Business, Finance or other technical discipline #LI-AK1 CrossCountry Consulting provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants and believes that respect and fair treatment are critical to creating a productive, diverse, and inclusive workplace. As an equal opportunity employer, CrossCountry is fully committed to comply with all federal, state, and local laws. A ll qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, pregnancy, genetics, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
  • New York, New York, Do you think strategically about your customer's business and technical challenges, and form innovative ideas to solve these challenges? Do you have a keen sense of ownership, drive, and entrepreneurship, and, most importantly, do you know how to earn trust, think big, and work cross-organizationally to deliver results? Do you have a passion to lead from the front and influence others? CrossCountry Consulting's Risk & Compliance practice is quickly growing, and we are seeking talented professionals to join our NYC location. It's an exciting opportunity to make an impact not only with our clients but within our firm. At CrossCountry Consulting we strive to provide a better experience for our premier commercial clients and our team. We are currently seeking a Senior Consultant to develop and grow with the Risk & Compliance practice in the NYC market with a focus on providing Internal audit services within the Financial Services industry. Other responsibilities could include (but not limited to): * Internal Control support (i.e. implementation, testing, optimization) * Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Compliance * Risk Management * Regulatory Compliance * Technology Risk * Cybersecurity * Data Analytics * Anti-Fraud & Investigation Services. If you enjoy providing advisory expertise to local clients, this is a unique opportunity to become part of our collaborative, energetic and entrepreneurial team at CrossCountry Consulting! Responsibilities: Partner directly with leadership to support and make decisions in the best interest of the growth of the NYC office Participate in and/or lead teams providing Risk & Compliance services for clients Communicate effectively with clients to convey project findings, updates and recommendations Create presentations that effectively inform and influence clients Prepare high quality deliverables for management review Collaborate with CrossCountry and client team members regarding business issues and potential solutions Assist Managing Consultants with project administration (e.g., project setup and planning, budgeting, account management, billing) Foster a spirit of collaboration among team members Participate in advancing the firm and Risk & Compliance practice through committees and internal initiatives such as recruiting, business development, marketing. Taking your own initiative on any activity is encouraged Ideal Skills and Qualifications: 3 years + professional services experience in a client facing role at a consulting firm, Big Four accounting firm, or commensurate experience in the industry sector A bachelor's degree (or higher) in accounting, finance, information systems, or a similar business or technical discipline Ideally one or more certifications such as CIA, CPA, CISA or CPA Strong technical and analytical skills in areas including business processes, accounting, and finance A working knowledge of risks and internal controls Professionalism and discretion in interacting with executives and clients Proven track record of showing initiative Excellent verbal and writing communication skills Strong attention to detail and superb organizational skills Creativity, confidence, and flexibility High energy, enthusiasm and an entrepreneurial spirit! Great sense of humor! #LI-JF1 CrossCountry Consulting provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants and believes that respect and fair treatment are critical to creating a productive, diverse, and inclusive workplace. As an equal opportunity employer, CrossCountry is fully committed to comply with all federal, state, and local laws. A ll qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, pregnancy, genetics, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
  • Watertown , Massachusetts, Your Opportunity! Do you want to work for two of the most iconic franchises in all of sports?  Come to NESN and work with the most talented broadcasting teams in the country. Position Summary: NESN is seeking a highly motivated individual with a combination of technical and operational accounting skills to join the team as an Accounting Manager. Reporting to the Vice President of Finance & Controller, this newly created role will provide leadership and assistance to the Controller in the areas of financial reporting, analysis and general ledger maintenance. This individual will also assist in special projects and process improvements. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with the ability and desire to work in a fast-paced environment and handle multiple projects at once. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  Oversee the daily general accounting activities to monitor the corporation's general ledger to ensure an accurate and timely month-end and year-end close. Manage monthly and quarterly close processes including relevant reconciliations Supervise, direct, and review the work of one or more direct reports. Work closely with members of the Finance department to complete annual external audit Develop, establish, and maintain general accounting financial policies and procedures and work with management and employees to ensure compliance. Collaborate cross-functionally to ensure all deliverables are accurate and of the highest quality Special projects as assigned Provide training to new and existing staff as needed Successfully perform and complete other related duties as required Remain current on changes in accounting guidance and continue to develop knowledge on basic accounting principles and practices Drive efficiencies and reduce risk through the identification and implementation of process improvements Help establish close working relationships with key business partners Support new business initiatives Maintain complete confidentiality of all company financial and employee payroll information Qualifications: 5+ years of relevant experience showing progressive advancement (experience in public accounting a plus) Excellent communication skills both oral and written with strong analytical and problem solving skills Ability to successfully manage multiple projects with competing priorities and tight deadlines in a fast-paced collaborative environment Strong knowledge of U.S. GAAP with ability to research authoritative guidance to determine proper accounting treatment Ability to effectively direct and supervise Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or related field - Thorough knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles required (CPA strongly preferred) Experience working as a cross-functional business partner Highly detail oriented, with an analytical approach to supporting the strategic decision-making process Ability to organize and prioritize responsibilities effectively in order to meet deadlines Ability to think through new situations and evaluate data, draw valid conclusions, and effectively present information to management Must embrace the NESN Core Values; People, Customer Focus, Adaptability, Teamwork, Diversity, Integrity, Accountability, Passion, Social Responsibility NESN requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination as a condition of employment, subject to applicable legal requirements.
  • NY , New York, The Opportunity  The New York State Society of CPAs (NYSSCPA) is conducting a search for its next Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer (ED/CEO). Founded in 1897, NYSSCPA is a 501(c)(6) membership association for certified public accountants (CPAs) and finance professionals in New York state, and aims to educate, connect, and grow the careers of its nearly 24,000 professional members. NYSSCPA fulfills this commitment to its membership through in-person and online networking opportunities, professional education, and prominent industry publications such as  The CPA Journal . With annual revenues of around $10.3 million, and a 39-member governing Board of Directors, the organization’s work is supported by 67 staff members and 15 local chapters throughout the state, as well as more than 60 committees covering a broad range of topics and areas. NYSSCPA also runs the Foundation for Accounting Education, a 501(c)(3) organization that administers continuing professional education (CPE) for CPAs and finance professionals. FAE offers courses in accounting, auditing, taxation, industry-specific topics, ethics, and advisory services in multiple formats, including live and online courses, and full- and half-day conferences and seminars. The ED/CEO is responsible for the success of both organizations, reporting to the Board of Directors (Board) of NYSSCPA. In addition to having oversight for administrative, financial, and operational functions, they will collaborate with both Boards to revise the strategic plan to reflect changes in the professional landscape. The ED/CEO will play a lead role in raising the visibility of NYSSCPA and the accounting profession, as well as in advocating for issues that impact the profession and NYSSCPA membership. The position is based at the organization’s Wall Street headquarters in Manhattan. Regular travel is required. About NYSSCPA NYSSCPA’s mission is to educate, connect, and grow the membership within the CPA industry. A 501(c)(6) organization, NYSSCPA operates two 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporations, the Foundation for Accounting Education (FAE) and the Moynihan Scholarship Fund (MSF). Together, NYSSCPA and its affiliates have an annual budget of approximately $10.3 million and a staff of about 67 members. NYSSCPA’s nearly 24,000 members have access to a wide range of training, professional development, and leadership opportunities. NYSSCPA advocates for its members, monitoring new legislation that could impact the profession and encouraging grassroots lobbying efforts at the local and state levels. NYSSCPA is led by a 39-member Board of Directors, which is responsible for policy and strategy. It includes seven officers: a president and president-elect, four vice presidents, and a secretary/treasurer who all serve a one-year term. Directors-at-large and directors as chapter representatives hold office for three years. The executive director serves as a non-voting member of the board. The organization’s work is supported by its 15 local chapters as well as more than 60 committees covering a broad range of topics and areas. NYSSCPA publishes a journal,  The CPA Journal , as well as  NextGen Magazine ,  The Trusted Professional , and the online  Tax Stringer . NYSSCPA’s extensive education offerings are available to members online and in-person. The ED/CEO Role  The ED/CEO is responsible, in partnership with the Board, for the success of NYSSCPA. Together, the Board and the ED/CEO ensure NYSSCPA’s value to the members, the accomplishment of NYSSCPA’s mission and vision, and the accountability of NYSSCPA to its diverse constituents. The Board delegates responsibility for management and day-to-day operations to the ED/CEO, and the ED/CEO has the authority to carry out these responsibilities, in accordance with the direction and policies established by the Board. Strategic Priorities for the ED/CEO The ED/CEO is tasked with addressing the following priorities: Promote the Profession and the Organization Enhance the visibility of NYSSCPA and the accounting profession, especially in demographics identified in the strategic plan. Maintain NYSSCPA’s reputation as a well-respected leader in business, education, and government. Advocate for issues that impact the profession and its members. Maintain an effective relationship with the American Institute of CPAs, other state CPA societies, National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), the New York State Department of Education and professional affinity groups such as Ascend, the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA), the International Society of Filipinos in Finance and Accounting (ISFFA), the National Association of Black Accountants Inc. (NABA) and the National Society of Black Certified Public Accountants, Inc. (NSBCPA). Oversee new membership development strategies. Contribute to the Success of Members Clarify NYSSCPA’s core values and, together with the Board, revise and implement the strategic plan to reflect the changing professional landscape. Navigate changing membership needs and value proposition. Cultivate the pipeline of future CPAs, financial professionals, and CPA members. Manage the FAE as the leading provider of continuing professional education for CPAs and financial professionals by providing quality, innovative, and relevant continuing professional education (CPE) and value-driven education to all members, partners, and customers. Oversee the Moynihan Scholarship Fund and effective and impactful fundraising for the initiatives and scholarships of the MSF. Provide value and engagement for members at every career stage. Explore, develop, and maximize partnerships that are in NYSSCPA’s best interest and support its mission. Identify and secure innovative revenue streams. Be a Champion for Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access Advocate for inclusion, diversity, equity, and access, and be respectful of a wide range of cultures, belief systems, and experiences. Establish and maintain trusted relationships with all communities within state and national constituents. In collaboration with all NYSSCPA chapters and offices, create a strategic plan for the organization to reach inclusion, diversity, equity, and access goals. Essential Duties and Responsibilities  Governance and Board Relations Work closely with the Boards of the Society, FAE, MSF and PAC to develop, oversee, monitor, and fulfill NYSSCPA’s mission, strategic issues, and planning. Make recommendations and implement decisions related to NYSSCPA’s strategic priorities. Ensure NYSSCPA’s compliance with professional standards and federal and state regulations. Inform the Board and committees about trends, issues, and activities in order to facilitate policymaking. Recommend policy positions. Organizational and Personnel Management Effectively and efficiently manage the operations of NYSSCPA. Manage, at a high level and through delegation, NYSSCPA’s relationships and use of vendors. Delegate responsibilities, where appropriate, to executive team members. Maintain fair and equitable compensation levels. Adhere to all federal and state laws, regulations, and other rules concerning personnel management. Manage and empower employees to ensure all programs, services, and strategic priorities are implemented efficiently, effectively, and professionally. Hire, train, develop, and evaluate executive team members. Manage and lead succession planning. Public Relations Maintain an effective relationship with members and other organizations (governmental, public, and private). Ensure NYSSCPA is positively positioned and effectively represented in the local and national communities, as well as within appropriate professional circles. Act as NYSSCPA’s spokesperson with the public and media, in conformity with Board policies. Act as the “face of NYSSCPA” for client and public relations purposes, and in meetings with other organizations and their leadership. Facilitate the integration of NYSSCPA into the fabric of the community by using effective and innovative marketing and communication techniques. Member Relations Advocate, within the public and private sectors, for issues relevant to NYSSCPA, its services, and constituents. Create and maintain active dialogue with members, partners, volunteers, and donors in order to expand services and involvement. Ensure member awareness of NYSSCPA’s response to community needs. Ensure proper communication and representation of NYSSCPA to members, partners, volunteers, and donors. Initiate, develop, and maintain cooperative relationships with key constituents. Advocacy Engage appropriate resources to advocate on behalf of NYSSCPA’s mission with local and national organizations, as well as governmental bodies. Apprise the Council and the Boards of legislative and regulatory activity that affects NYSSCPA’s mission and its members. Work with legislators, regulatory agencies, volunteers, and representatives of the not-for-profit sector and accounting profession to promote legislative and regulatory policies that advocate for and address the issues of NYSSCPA’s membership. Candidate Profile  Professional Qualifications NYSSCPA’s next leader will possess the following professional knowledge, skills, and abilities: Extensive work experience as an organizational leader in a senior management position. A Bachelor’s degree is required; an advanced degree is strongly preferred. A CPA is desirable but not required. Certified Association Executive (CAE) certification is a plus. A track record of success building membership or growing revenues for an organization Knowledge and innovation with regard to continuing professional education (CPE) programs and delivery models. Commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Advocacy experience, with exceptional written and oral communication skills. Expertise with budgeting and financial management. Strong organizational management abilities. Creative, forward-thinking marketing skills. Strong collaborative team building and strategic management skills. Ability to travel throughout New York and the United States is required for the sake of building and sustaining member and partner relationships. Preference for tri-state area resident who can routinely commute to the Wall Street office Professional Characteristics  In addition to the qualities listed above, the ED/CEO must possess these characteristics: A commitment to results. The ED/CEO should have a track record of success leading organizations through transformational change. A business savvy, strategic visionary. Takes an innovative approach to managing resources and opportunities. Proactively identifies opportunities and challenges. Proposes solutions. Engaged in the long-term success of the profession. Dependable and emotionally intelligent with a high level of integrity. Member-focused servant leader with a commitment to building relationships. Open-minded and inclusive, seeking and considering ideas and suggestions from others before making decisions; values process as well as outcomes. Manages change using a transparent, creative approach that boosts staff morale and enhances programs. Personable, approachable, and available to staff, Board, members, and other stakeholders. Ensure the board is informed, involved, and moving forward. Builds strong, lasting relationships with stakeholders. An inspirational and motivating leader with a positive attitude. Able to navigate uncertainty and rally the team. High tolerance for ambiguity in a rapidly changing environment; resilient and adaptable. Demonstrates commitment to continued professional growth and development. Ability to handle difficult and challenging issues in an effective manner. Compensation A competitive compensation package will be offered to attract an outstanding candidate. To Apply To apply, please send a cover letter and current résumé (Microsoft Word® format preferred)  here . The cover letter should outline how your experience fits the requirements of the position as this will be an important factor in considering your candidacy. NYSSCPA is an equal opportunity / affirmative action employer committed to inclusion and cultural diversity in the workplace. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to sex, race, color, age, disability, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other protected class.
  • New York, New York, The Marshall Project seeks a Controller who will work with our existing business team to strengthen our financial infrastructure as we expand our award-winning accountability criminal justice journalism to communities across the country. This position reports to the Chief Financial Officer.    RESPONSIBILITIES Managing the day to day accounting, reconciliation and financial reporting activities of the organization.  Assisting with the development of accounting policies and procedures including the design and implementation of new accounting systems.  Overseeing the monthly close process including reconciliation of all accounts.  Assisting with the preparation of 1099s, annual audit, form 990 tax return and other required filings. Preparing monthly and quarterly  management reports. Working with the Development team to ensure proper revenue recognition.  Ensuring that expenses are properly allocated to the proper cost center and project.    QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s or Master's degree in accounting Five years or more of related non profit finance experience Advanced Excel skills Familiarity with Intacct and Concur preferred Excellent organizational ability demonstrated in meeting deadlines, setting priorities, and maintaining accuracy in details.  This position is full-time and based in New York City. We do not expect every candidate to be equally skilled in all these areas, and this is not a complete list of all relevant qualifications applicants might bring to the job. Please tell us about your other assets not mentioned here that may be valuable to this role. Reaching talent across a range of backgrounds and experiences is deeply important to us.    COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS This job is full-time, with a competitive salary and benefits including employer-paid medical, vision, and dental insurance; 17 days of paid time off each year, plus a week off at the end of December; paid family leave; and 401(k) matching.   WHO WE ARE The Marshall Project is a nonprofit news organization dedicated to covering America’s criminal justice system. In 2016 and 2021, The Marshall Project was awarded the Pulitzer Prize. We have also been honored with the Goldsmith Prize, multiple National Magazine Awards, and for General Excellence from the Online Journalism Awards. We are not advocates—we follow the facts and we do not pander to any audience—but we have a declared  mission : to create and sustain a sense of urgency about the criminal justice system. We do not generally cover breaking news (although we curate the reporting of other news outlets in  our morning newsletter ). Our work includes investigative and explanatory projects and shorter pieces aimed at highlighting stories that other news organizations miss, underestimate or misunderstand. To assure our work reaches a larger audience we partner or co-publish with other media outlets on almost all of our work; we have partnered with more than 200 newspapers, magazines, broadcasters and online sites. We are an equal opportunity employer,  committed to diversity . We welcome qualified applicants of all races, ethnicities, physical abilities, genders and sexual orientations, including people who have been incarcerated or otherwise involved with the criminal justice system.   HOW TO APPLY To apply, use  this form  to send a cover letter and resume describing how your experience equips you for this position.