Controller for trade association and related entities. (Part Time: 20 to 25 hours per week)
Responsibilities: Planning and implementation of internal and external accounting and finance functions of a 501(c)(6) trade association and its related entities (a for-profit C-corp and a 501(c)(3) foundation), including accounting, budgeting, financial reporting, investments review, cash management, month and year-end close. Plan and support the annual independent financial audit including preparation of year-end financial statements, provide support for field work and the audit committee. Work with the association president and treasurer to provide financial results to the board of directors. The association follows Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
Responsibilities also include payroll preparation and reconciliation, administration of employee benefit plans, reporting of federal, state and local payroll taxes, workers compensation, unemployment and 1099 filings. Work with broker to manage property/casualty insurance, D & O insurance and all IRS filings for taxes and DOL filings for benefit plans. Work with IT professionals to maintain/improve the accounting information system. Supervise one full-time direct report. Reports to the president.
Education/Experience: Bachelor’s degree in accounting and CPA preferred. Five years or more of relevant not-for-profit audit experience, including financial accounting controls, processes and procedures and preparation of IRS Form 990. High level of proficiency with Microsoft Office, Microsoft Dynamics (Great Plains) and FRX report-writing. Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw a valid conclusion. Experience with allocation and reconciliation of operating costs among related for-profit and non-profit entities.