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Heart Rhythm Society
Location: Washington, DC...This job can be remote
Type: Full Time (Remote Only)
Salary: suggested range $135K/above
Please include salary expectations with application materials.
4 Year Degree
Under the direct supervision of the Chief Financial Officer, this position will have “hands on” responsibility for accounting and financial operations; reporting that includes general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable, fixed assets, budget, and taxes; leading, developing, and supervising the two-member Accounting team; managing a portfolio of grants and contracts, foundation and corporate grants, and private donations; managing banking, investment manager, and other vendor relationships; ensuring appropriate internal controls and adoption of industry best practices.
Finance and Accounting:
Ensure accounts, ledgers and reports comply with GAAP and regulatory requirements.
Prepare, review and, approve financial statements, reporting package and month-end entries for accuracy and timely distribution to management. Monitor and evaluate financial performance monthly to keep all staff apprised of financial status.
Prepare financial analysis, forecasting and reporting to staff, senior leadership, and board of trustees.
Serve as primary point of contact with outside auditors to coordinate audit activity.
Serve as Finance lead on tax compliance and reporting. Oversee the preparation and required filings of annual tax reporting including but not limited to the IRS Forms 990, 990-T, 1099, 1098, and unclaimed properties as well as all state tax and charitable registration filings.
Administer endowment and donation accounting; approve the classification of all new gifts and pledges based on guidelines; review endowment unitization and market value; calculate the annual payout based on the current spending rate guidelines; ensure all restricted and unexpended payout funds are appropriately used and applied to the extent possible.
Manage and optimize grants, and indirect costs from foundation and corporate sources.
Recommend and implement improvements for accounting processes to increase efficiency and accuracy.
Provide guidance to stakeholders on finance and accounting best practices to support effective program implementation.
Perform other related duties, as assigned.
Annual Budget Process:
Support the annual budget process and the monthly department budget review meetings.
Monitor and report on budget to actual performance at the organization, division and department level.
Recommend creative solutions to budgetary challenges.
Develop and support multi-year budget projections and trend analysis.
Review monthly investment reconciliations and investment performance to ensure investment mix is in compliance with the current investment committee guidelines; assist with evaluation of the effectiveness of the investment advisors; coordinate approval fund transfers with investment custodian; record and distribute endowment income to appropriate funds; develop special internal reports for users.
Develop, communicate, update, and monitor Finance and Accounting policies and procedures.
Review and update Finance SOPs to clarify roles and responsibilities. Coordinate with Finance management to assign system rights and responsibilities to ensure separation of duties with appropriate access.
Enforce established internal controls and recommend changes, as necessary.
Maintain internal control and safeguards for receipts, payments, fixed assets and recording transactions.
Supervise a team of 2 to include 2 senior accountants.
Motivate and implement training programs for team members to develop skills and increase knowledge base; clarify roles and responsibilities while building a supportive team environment.
Embrace diverse and inclusive perspectives across the organization, elevate voices not always heard in analysis and strategy.
Model ability to adapt, prioritize, and thrive in a highly diverse, fast-paced environment.
Understand a variety of perspectives, manage priorities, and decisively meet expectations.
Challenge current practices thought processes and perspectives.
Establish, support and monitor team goals with steps that are realistic and achievable.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or Business Administration; CPA is preferred.
Experience: At least five (5) years of supervisory experience and eight (8) to ten (10) years progressive experience in finance or accounting.
In-depth knowledge of accounting, financial reporting and generally accepted accounting principles and practices and risk management.
Demonstrated familiarity with non-profit accounting practices, specifically related to Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2016-14, Presentation of Financial Statement of Not-for-Profit Entities, ASU 2018-08, Clarifying the Scope and the Accounting Guidance for Contributions Received and Contributions Made, ASU 2014-09, Revenue From Contracts with Customers and ASU 2020-07, Presentation and Disclosures for Contributed Non- financial assets.
Solid experience in coordinating audit activities and managing reporting, accounts payable and receivable, general ledger, fixed assets, accounting for investments, and separate entity accounting.
Proven experience in the implementation of operational best practices.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, ability to interact with all levels of staff and to explain accounting terms to non-accountants, experience in effectively communicating key data, including presentations to senior management.
Outstanding analytic, organization and problem-solving skills for strategic data interpretation versus simple reporting.
Technology-savvy with experience selecting and overseeing software and systems implementations; advanced knowledge of accounting and reporting software.
Advanced Microsoft Office Suite skills, especially Excel and PowerPoint. Experience with Association Management software is desired.
Experience in grants management and reporting on foundation and corporate grants to funders and required external reporting.
Demonstrated ability to apply innovative and resourceful solutions to solve complex challenges.
Excellent written and verbal skills with the ability to clearly organize thoughts and/or document content and convey complex concepts effectively to a variety of audiences.
Demonstrated experience with full range of payroll-related activities.
Understanding of member/donor-based operations and higher education desirable.
The Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) is a 501(c)(3) international nonprofit organization. Founded in 1979, HRS is a leading resource on cardiac pacing and electrophysiology. Our specialty organization represents medical, allied health, and science professionals from more than 70 countries who specialize in cardiac rhythm disorders.