This position requires a strong background in not-for-profit accounting as well as strong computer skills. Responsible for general ledger management, reconciliation and analysis of pledge receivables, account and bank reconciliations, maintenance of subsidiary ledgers, restricted asset releases, daily analysis of cash, investigation and resolution of account irregularities. Responsible for the accurate and timely reporting of financial statements.
Prepares and reviews the organization’s financial statements in accordance with GAAP and FASB
Prepares P&L variance reports
Prepares ad-hoc financial reports for the board of trustees
Resolves banking issues, including the processing of bank account transfers
Monitors bank accounts (domestic and international) to identify excess funds for opportunities to improve investment income and cash flow
Prepare/coordinate all necessary journal entries
Maintain Chart of Accounts, Department Checklists and subsidiary ledgers
Oversee the General Ledger to ensure information being posted is accurate with supporting documentation
Audit preparation and support, including the preparation of audit schedules and worksheets
Fund accounting management, including the preparation of entries for the release of restricted assets
Supports management in the preparation of the annual operating budgets.
Prepares cash analysis, including cash flow forecasts.
Responsible for reconciliation and record keeping of all investment accounts.
Responsible for the reconciliation of complex, foreign currency bank accounts, including resolution of open items.
Analysis and reconciliation of general ledger accounts, including intercompany accounts
Identifies opportunities to streamline processes to ensure accuracy and timeliness.
Assist with preparation and filing of property and tax returns (1099s, 990s, etc.)
Responsible for overseeing relationships with foundation staff and international subsidiaries to facilitate timely and accurate reporting
Ability to analyze and solve problems
Ability to work independently and as a team member with all levels of employees
A commitment to continuous improvement and innovation in all aspects of the work
Confidentiality related to sensitive financial information
Flexible and willing to accept change
Excellent accounting skills
Strong computer and accounting software knowledge
WORKING CONDITIONS/OTHER INFORMATION:
Some overtime and weekend work required
Required to sit most of the day and complete data entry using a desktop
Able to work a flexible schedule
Lifting and moving file Walking and standing to communicate with Finance Team and other staff in the building
Bachelor's degree (B.A. or B.S.) in Accounting from a four-year college or university is required.
Minimum of five years of relevant not-for-profit accounting experience preferred
Strong understanding of multi-currency bank account reconciliation procedures is required
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
Strong experience with accounting systems, preferably with NetSuite
Proficient in Microsoft Office and Sharepoint
Computer savvy with advanced ability with Microsoft Excel, NetSuite Accounting and Adaptive Insights report writing software
Ability to multi-task, effectively prioritize workload, meet hard and fast deadlines.
Must be a team player that fosters an environment of cooperation and continuous learning.
Detail-oriented with multiple tasks and organized with information and documentation
Knowledge of foreign currency transactions
Knowledge of Not-For-Profit Accounting, including fund accounting and FASB ASU 2016-14
Should be a detail-oriented, quick learner, with strong organization skills
Kiwanis Family or service club experience a plus
Multilingual a plus
Internal Number: SRACCT
About Kiwanis International
Interested in a career that impacts the lives of others positively every day? Give Kiwanis International a look.
For more than 100 years, Kiwanis has been dedicated to improving the lives of children and helping create the leaders of tomorrow. Kiwanis is continuously changing and growing.
Kiwanis employees are caring professionals and work hard to make a difference in all communities. They live up to the highest standards of integrity and excellence. See what they have to say about working at Kiwanis:
"It would be difficult to find a workplace as supportive of professional and individual growth as Kiwanis International. I enjoy collaborating with talented and dedicated colleagues who are focused on helping Kiwanis members serve children around the world." - Jennifer, Kiwanis Children's Fund