|Employment Type:||Full Time|
|Description:||Manages all aspects of accounting function including accounts payable, accounts receivable, invoicing, general ledger, payroll, fixed assets, project accounting, period closing activities, financial statement preparation, purchasing and data analysis including supervision of the Finance Manager. Serves as the key steward of the internal control environment and ensures compliance with all established policies (i.e., timekeeping, travel, and purchasing), rules, regulations, and agreements. Ensures that department processes and procedures are appropriately documented and followed. Demonstrates knowledge of financial accounting systems, business processes and reporting tools. |
|Duties:|| Plans, organizes, and directs the activities of all accounting functions: accounts payable, accounts receivables, general ledger, fixed assets, payroll, project accounting, purchasing and cash management.|
Supervises the Finance Manager.
Formulates and implements accounting policies and procedures in close coordination with the CFO. Ensures that said policies and procedures are communicated and adhered to by employees, vendors, and customers.
Implements internal controls and documentation procedures.
Oversees and documents period closing (month and year end) activities in accordance with GAAP,
Prepares and issues monthly financial and operating reports to provide management and the Board of Directors with actual versus budgeted results; analyzes reports, and recommends corrective action where required.
Analyzes financial statements and related information for the guidance of management. Identifies weaknesses in the companys financial structure and internal controls and recommends remedial action where necessary.
Participates in developing contract budgets.
Works with finance team to prepare annual operating budgets for the organization.
Plans and coordinates the annual outside audit of the financial statements and any federal and state audits.
Ensures timely submittal of all invoices and government-required financial reporting (i.e., indirect cost rate proposal and provisional rate proposals) in accordance with contractual requirements, federal acquisition regulations (FAR), and cost accounting standards (CAS).
Ensures costs are in compliance with contract terms and conditions.
Provides advice and counsel to management as requested. Recommends modifications to existing financial programs when needed.
Trains management and employees on various accounting policies and procedures as needed.
Supervises, trains, and coaches accounting staff.
Remains informed of economic, business, and government trends and regulations, and new accounting/financial concepts, techniques, and principles.
Remains informed on all Deltek Costpoint computer concepts and updated software/hardware enhancements applicable to Deltek Costpoint Accounting System.
|Qualifications:|| BS or BA in accounting or relevant experience required. Certified Public Accountant or MBA preferred.|
Minimum of five (5) years accounting experience with progressively increasing levels of responsibility. Strong understanding of general accepted accounting principles (GAAP).
Cost accounting and contract/subcontract experience required. Experience in a major government procurements requiring full cost and pricing data or equivalent. Experience with Indirect cost rate submission, FAR, and CAS.
Expertise in automated accounting system. Deltek Costpoint experience is preferred. Ability to generate advanced reporting functions of accounting programs.
Intermediate level experience with spreadsheets and database software.
Minimum of three years accounting supervisory experience preferred. Experience in supervising and coaching staff is desirable.
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