Controller
Fidato Partners - Jenkintown, PA

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Fidato Partners is searching for a Controller on behalf of our client in the Greater Philadelphia Area.

Responsibilities:
Monitor general ledger activity, ensuring entries are accurate and consistent, financial accounts are reconciled and outstanding issues resolved on a timely basis to minimize financial surprises.

Oversee and approve the month-end close including regular month-end entries as well as adjusting entries and inter-company eliminating entries.

Oversee the accurate and timely dissemination of financial management reports including, but not limited to, internal and external financial statements and consolidating statements for both the company and its affiliates.

Prepare budgets for affiliates and assist the Treasurer with preparation of the annual company budget.

Monitor and confirm the company's financial condition by conducting audits and providing information to external auditors.

Oversee Accounts Receivable activities to ensure the accurate and timely management of all Accounts Receivable aging components including billings and cash receipts application.

Manage daily cash flow requirements; ensure the accuracy and timeliness of monthly invoicing and subsequent payments.

Ensure the accurate and timely processing of accounts payable, expense reports, cash control, payroll processing and payroll tax compliance including year-end payroll close, federal and state reports.

Guide and support financial decisions by establishing, monitoring, and enforcing policies and procedures.

Monitor systems and procedures for improvements. Maintain fund accounting system including software updates and system requirements and system conversions in conjunction with IT.

Oversee year-end close through the completion of annual audited consolidated financial statements and preparation of multiple Form 990s and related tax filings.

Review tax reporting, state registrations and other regulatory reports. Serve as the tax administrator for the organization.

Consult and advise management on financial issues and compliance.

Manage and motivate an accounting staff of four.

Communicate effectively and diplomatically with all constituents with a dedication to providing high-level customer service.

Requirements:
Bachelor's degree in Accounting.

CPA certification is required.

Public accounting experience preferred.

8-10 years of progressive accounting experience, including 3 years as a manager.

Strong knowledge of audit, tax and financial reporting.

Strong knowledge of general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll and banking relationships.

Proficiency with regulatory compliance and accounting standards. Knowledge of federal, state and local accounting and reporting requirements as they relate to non-profit organizations is beneficial.

Budgeting experience.

Exceptional analytical and problem solving abilities.

Strong managerial and leadership abilities.