Charitable Advisors LLC
  • 24-Apr-2017 to 23-May-2017
  • - Alpha Chi Omega Fraternity, Inc.
  • Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • Full Time

Alpha Chi Omega is seeking an energetic and motivated controller, who will serve as the chief accounting officer and oversee the financial accounting and reporting functions of the organization.  Ensures outstanding delivery of service to the enterprise, including the fraternity, National House Corporation, and the Foundation, while maintaining appropriate internal controls and compliance regulations.  Areas of responsibilities include:  accounting operations, financial accounting and reporting, tax and other regulatory compliance and other financial functions.

Organization description:
Alpha Chi Omega is a values-driven women's fraternity founded in 1885. As a nonprofit organization, it supports more than 200,000 living members in 142 college chapters and 193 alumnae chapters across the United States. The Fraternity is far more than a social organization, more than a place to live, or a way to meet people. Its mission is to enrich the lives of members through lifetime opportunities for friendship, leadership, learning and service.

Key Duties:
•         Oversees all accounting operations: Cash, AP, AR and General Ledger functions.
•         Manage month end close process including:  supervision and/or preparation of monthly journal entries and account reconciliations.
•         Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual financial and variance analysis (balance sheet, income statement, cash flows, and cash flow forecasts) for the Fraternity, NHC and Foundation.
•         Coordinate preparation of supporting schedules, financial statements for tax reporting and compliance purposes.
•         Oversees banking relationships and other treasury-related functions including the review of cash flow to ensure adequate funds are maintained.
•         Directs the development of the annual budget and monitors financial activity through the year.
•         Oversee, monitor and work to improve accounting procedures, policies and internal controls including communication to staff and training.
•         Ensure the integrity of the general ledger, subsidiary ledgers, and other financial systems and applications.
•         Develop and implement policies and procedures to ensure appropriate internal controls, compliance and accounting standards and legal requirements applicable to financial governance.
•         Manage and mentor staff members.

Skills and Competencies
•         Qualified CPA or equivalent.
•         Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or Finance
•         Preferred 10+ years of progressive accounting and financial reporting experience. 
•         Relevant experience in a non-profit environment is ideal.
•         Must be a working manager with a demonstrated ability to manage and develop a team responsible for multiple deadlines.
•         Proficient in Microsoft Office – particularly strong Excel skills.
•         Strong analytical skills, attention to detail and excellent organizational skills, an effective time manager and multitasker.
•         Excellent technical, oral and written communications skills.
•         Knowledge of Blackbaud accounting system desirable.

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