Chief Financial Officer
Company: ASAE-American Society of Association Executives
Posted on: February 13, 2019
SUMMARY The Chief Financial Officer is responsible for all aspects of NAfME's financial and business operations. The CFO provides organization-wide leadership, analysis and management of the Organization's finances and establishes strategies to ensure the continued financial stability and value of the Organization. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Supervise and direct Finance/Accounting Department, ensuring that standard and accepted accounting practices are in place, including but not limited to documentation of Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, and reserves. Continuously monitor cash flow, advising the Executive Director of issues and taking appropriate action to maintain liquid funds for appropriate Association expenses. Issue timely monthly financial statements to provide management with all relevant information necessary for the smooth financial functioning of the Association. Appraises the organization's financial position and issues quarterly reports to the Executive Director (for transmission to the Board) on all aspects of the organization's financial position. Provide quarterly assessments to the Executive Director, determining projected revenue and expenses with regard to compliance with established budget. To accomplish this, complete all annual surveys and reports that are necessary for institutional benchmarking. Assemble all information for the annual independent audit and provide daily support during the audit process. See to the appropriate posting and filing of audit reports and Federal and State tax returns. Prepare and present the annual operating and capital budgets to the Finance Committee. Partner with Development/fundraising personnel to ensure accurate reporting of all donations and to insure appropriate registration as a charity in receipt of donations. Lead efforts to obtain and maintain appropriate levels of property, liability and Workers' compensation insurance; files all claims. Work with CEO and HR consultant to maintain appropriate compensation and HR policies and accounts for all employee benefits. Oversee the payroll and audit all payroll tax reports. Maintain the organization's relationships with the relevant financial institutions, including banks, investment professionals, and independent auditors, periodically reviewing these relationships. Participate in professional organizations and seek opportunities for growth and networking. Other duties as may be assigned. BUDGETARY RESPONSIBILITIES Responsible for fiscal management of one or more budget lines, subject to approval by the Executive Director. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES Manages staff directly and indirectly involved in association work related to accounting, financial and business Operations. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE Bachelor's Degree in accounting or Business. MBA or CPA is preferred. 7+ years progressively responsible experience in accounting. SKILLS Proven ability in controller or above-level accounting duties. Track record of using technology to improve business intelligence and process efficiencies. Ability to meet monthly, quarterly and annual deadlines. Strong analytical skills. Hands-on experience, preferably with Solomon accounting software, and skilled with Excel and Word. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Proven interpersonal skills. Ability to work well within a team environment and interact effectively with staff, members of the association, and others. Ability to define problems, establish facts and draw valid conclusions and provide actionable recommendations. CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS None. WORK ENVIRONMENT Work ordinarily performed in a standard office environment. QUALIFICATIONS Must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Demonstrate strong written, verbal and organizational skills. Demonstrate knowledge of finance and accounting principles and practices with respect to GAAP and non-profit accounting. Ability to effectively work and coordinate with outside auditors, members of the financial community, various local, state and federal government agencies, vendors and members with relation to all matters affecting the organization's operations. Computer proficiency with PC computer systems, general office software (word processing, spreadsheet, networking and internet) with emphasis in specialized accounting software. Familiarity with Microsoft Business Central accounting platform or comparable. Familiarity with SalesForce CRM platform preferred. PandoLogic.Category: Finance, Keywords: Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
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