The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI), a nonprofit organization which promotes excellence in invasive and interventional cardiovascular medicine, is seeking an Accounting Manager. The ideal candidate for this position is an accounting professional with experience, excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively. The Accounting Manager reports to the VP of Finance & Administration.
This position will be contributing to the successful transition from external to internal accounting operations with primary responsibility for the following:
Record cash receipts in Quickbooks (accounting system) and Association Management System Enforme (AMS)
Process accounts payable using Bill.com (accounts payable software)
Provide support to employees on the use of Bill.com
Prepare manual checks
Answer financial related staff and phone inquiries as needed
Reconcile travel reimbursements
Perform bank reconciliations
Record accounts receivable and credit memos
Provide assistance with monthly and year end closing as well as annual audit
Assist with forecasting and budget analysis as assigned
Provide support for grant compliance
Bachelor’s degree, in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or related field or equivalent in experience; five years of experience in accounting in a non-profit environment desired; multi-entity organization experience a plus; strong internal and external customer communications, collaborative style and ethics are key competencies desired. Advanced proficiency in QuickBooks, Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Microsoft Word. Experience with Bill.com, eShow and ADP TotalSource preferable.
About The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions Foundation
The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions promotes excellence in invasive and interventional cardiovascular medicine through education and representation, and the advancement of quality standards to enhance patient care.
SCAI was established in 1976 under the guidance of Drs. F. Mason Sones and Melvin P. Judkins. These scientists, whose contribution permitted the development ...and implementation of invasive cardiology, foresaw the need for an organization which would service and advance the discipline further.