Oversees the day-to-day operation of the financial accounting system, including the processing of all accounting transactions and preparation of all financial reporting. The Accounting Manager reviews financial reports prior to distribution to AMTA’s Board of Directors, management, staff department heads, MTF’s Board of Trustees and management, NCBTMB’s Board of Directors and management, and prepares reports for all chapters. The Accounting Manager supports the Controller in managing the internal control structure of AMTA, MTF, NCBTMB, and AMTA Chapters.
Manages the accounting system and maximizes the effectiveness of the general ledger system for budgets, financial statements and grant reporting;
Assigns and audits the work of the accounting department;
Applies AMTA’s financial policies and accounting theory;
Prepares all allocation of direct and indirect expenses to the various departments, activities and projects;
Prepares the required journal entries to properly record revenues and expenses on a timely basis;
Ensures that the revenue and expenses generated by operations are properly recorded under the accrual method of accounting and consistent with generally accepted accounting principles;
Reviews and reconciles accounting records and subsidiary ledgers/schedules to appropriate external and internal reports and transactions. ( e.g. reconciliation of fixed asset records, etc.);
Responsible for the timely preparation of all financial statements and progress reports on programs and activities;
Assist in training AMTA Chapter volunteers in collaboration with Chapter Relations. Examples are but not limited to; budgeting, best practices, use of AMTA preferred applications such as CVENT. Trainings can occur in a variety of ways such as; one-on-one, in person group presentations, virtual live and pre-recorded formats.
Responsible for the analysis and communication of financial information to determine present performance and to forecast the future financial position of the organization as it relates to budget and current performance;
May serve as a staff team leader or liaison. In this capacity, ensures assigned operational committee fulfills its charges and/or stated purposes and meets identified measurable objectives within budget and on deadline;
Perform all other duties as assigned.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Five years experience managing the accounting function for an organization; experience with organizations that have well developed performance measures;
Five years experience with strategic and program planning including effectively developing and managing objectives and measures, program activities, communications plans and budgets;
Ability to develop financial projections, forecasts and trend reports; strong analytical, problem solving and judgment skills;
Ability to analyze data, set priorities, develop plans and budgets, take initiative, work collaboratively and deliver measurable outcomes;
Ability to develop reports, perform system balancing and integrate accounting systems;
Proven ability to lead and motivate others to performance excellence while fostering a sense of teamwork as well pride in the organization amongst staff and volunteers;
Excellent written, oral and presentation skills;
In addition, successful candidates at this level in the organization must exhibit the following skills and behaviors (primary factors of achievement):
Ability to analyze situations, exhibit good judgment and make sound, ethical decisions;
Ability to deliver constructive, independent thinking and accept responsibility;
Ability to collaborate, cooperate and be flexible;
Ability to direct, develop and motivate employees;
Ability to plan and manage both operations and costs;
Ability to effectively communicate in both oral and written form;
Ability to work with all AMTA customers including volunteers, members, and vendors.
Education and Experience:
A minimum of five years recent experience in budgeting, cost accounting, financial management systems and financial analysis, within a non-profit environment preferred;
B.S. degree in Accounting or Finance, CPA is preferred;
Experience and/or knowledge of policy and procedure documentation, financial analysis, financial reporting, GAAP accounting requirements;
Experience with Sage and report writers such as Crystal Reports or similar accounting and report writing software is required, experience in budgeting and/or member database software is a plus;
Three years experience in a supervisory role required;
Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook;
This position works closely with the AMTA Finance Committee, AMTA Audit Commission, AMTA Board of Directors, chapter volunteers and staff; MTF Trustees and staff; NCBTMB Board and staff; including teleconference and face-to-face Board meetings. This position requires some evening and weekend work. Must have the ability to travel.
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