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Siria Kresser Hello ladies! We are hosting an amazing Technology event in Phoenix, AZ, 03.24.20 If you are a business owner or in the Accounting, Manufacturing, industrial, technological and software industry, then you won't want to miss this. We have also created an exclusive coupon just for IAW members so please make sure to sign up soon! - APPLY: IAWSPECIAL during check out! - Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel, breakfast, lunch and cocktails included! Invitation and details here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tek-konnect-phoenix-2020-sage-isv-road-show-tickets-95616925799
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    Tharwat Haddadin Hello IAW community! I would like to introduce myself as a new member. My name is Tharwa Haddadin, I'm a trainer of Quickbooks, set up a Quickbooks company file, and run my own business (Best Numbers) as an Accountant and bookkeeping in Houston, TX. Please like my page on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bestnumbers.org/ https://www.facebook.com/bestnumbers.org/?modal=admin_todo_tour Contact me via cell phone 832-710-0137 or by email sales@bestnumbers.org
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    Jennifer Harrison Good afternoon. I am new to the accounting industry (coming from the A/E/C industry) and I was curious as to how often accounting firms send out client surveys. Our firm has not done one in quite some time and I would like to get an industry average on the number of times a year other firms send them. I am the Marketing & Communications Manager for Wheeler Wolfenden & Dwares CPAs in Delaware. Some of the services we offer are tax services, accounting and auditing, business planning and consulting, and wealth, estate, and financial planning services. We specialize in small business, construction, and not-for-profit.
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    Mary Tulumovich Hi Ladies! I am looking for a CPA/accountant in the Denver, Colorado area. Must be very familiar with S-corps and real estate. Please email me at mary@marytulumovich.com Thank you!
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    Janet Davis Entrepreneurs, do not miss an opportunity to let LegalShield help you earn residual income while providing products or services to your existing client base. By becoming a LegalShield Independent Associate, you can offer your clients additional services and let LegalShield handle everything involved with getting it to them. Residual income continues after you end your business. Check this out: (4:51) Tap Into The New Economy
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    Shari Coles Hello my fellow IAW community! I'm Shari Coles, and I currently serve as the Atlanta Chapter's Creative director. My business as a professional financial coach, and broker, is to bridge the generational wealth gap in our community. Educate individuals and families on how money REALLY works, to put them in a position of financial independence. As a huge demand in this market increases, so does my teams to reach as many people as we can. I'm expanding my business nationwide, with immediate needs in the Atlanta, Ga area. I am looking for people that would like to get licensed in the area of money, all paid for by my company! Learn how to build a business that will create unlimited residual income for years to come, all while doing the same for our clients! Contact me via cell phone 770-353-9550, or email me at lusari@lusarillc.com
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    Chief Financial Officer
    Job Title: Chief Financial OfficerJob Code: CFODepartment: Administration - 900Pay Range: CFORevision Date: August 2020FLSA: ExemptPosition OverviewThe CFO is responsible for directing the fiscal functions of the organization in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Directs the organizations financial planning and accounting functions. Formulates and recommends policies on banking, receipt and disbursement of funds, extension of credit, fiscal and accounting matters. Responsible for development of standard accounting, analysis and reporting procedures and for exercise of overall financial control. Responsible for planning and directing the organization's overall business operations including finance, accounting, revenue cycle management, real estate development and maintenance, general and professional insurance, purchasing, and banking relationships. Must work in participatory manner as a member of Senior Management and support the organizations customer service orientation. Reports to Chief Executive Officer.Essential Job FunctionsEvaluates the organization's financial health and provides periodic schedule reports to the Board and staff accordingly.Evaluate and advise on the impact of long range planning, introduction of new programs/funding/strategies and regulatory action.Directs the preparation and filing of all associates tax activities (non-profit and related assets) as required by the IRS and any other taxing authority.Contracting with 3rd party insurances.Updates Sam.gov VA registration.Manages state web portal certificate of good standing.Secretary of state quarterly reporting.Directs the organization's general liability insurance programs and other related coverages in collaboration with Human Resources.Works collaboratively with COO to serves as Corporate Liaison to external parties; attorney, consortium CFOs, judicial contacts and other partners.Works with COO to analyze the costs of the organization and prepares trend analyses, forecasting, and pattern analyses, including, but not limited to, Administrative and Clinical Service cost.Secures and maintains licensing for all Corporate entities.Oversee the annual budgeting process in collaboration with Senior Management. Provides consultation/educates department directors and managers on financial issues impacting department budgetsServes as Corporate Liaison to the Independent Auditing firm.Preparation and analysis of the Organization's RVU Report.Be an advisor from the financial perspective on any contracts into which the Organization may enter.Oversee and optimize the handling of bank and deposit relationships and initiate appropriate strategies to enhance cash position.Develop credibility for the Organization by providing timely and accurate analysis of budgets, financial reports and financial trends in order to assist the President/CEO the Board and other senior executives.Secondary Job FunctionsServe as a member, attending meeting of CDFB, CBHC and Audit committee.Works with the Controller and Accounting staff to direct all functions of the Business Office.This position is responsible for the direct supervision of the controller and the indirect supervision of all employees in the Business Office.Education/Skill Requirements:Masters in Business Administration (MBA), Accounting or related area from an accredited college or University or combination of education and years of related experience and/or training.Demonstrated ability to perform all accounting functions from ground-up level to provide ability to fix issues when they arise.Preferred Education and ExperienceMBA with emphasis in Public/Nonprofit Administration or related field.Seasoned leader with at least 12-15 years of overall professional and administrative support services experience. Financial experience to include: gathering and evaluating financial information and marketing actionable recommendations to senior leadership, managing finance (accounting, budget, control, and reporting) for complex nonprofit entities with multiple funding sources.Experience in or knowledge of nonprofit accounting, including sophisticated fund and grant accounting, compliance and reporting.Experience with Medicaid, Medicare, commercial insurance and other performance contracting systems.Other Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeFinancial and Project Management.Business Acumen.Communication Proficiency.Ethical Conduct advanced knowledge of Medicaid and Medicare fiscal functionality Behavioral Health rules and regulations including mental health and substance use.Leadership Organizational sensitivity regarding complex relationships with federal, state, and local agencies, government entities and personnel.Performance Management.Personal Effectiveness/Credibility.Problem Solving/Analysis.Strategic Thinking.Technical CapacityOrganizational Relationships -Organizational structure, workflow, and operating procedures. Workplace policies and professionalism.Supervisory ResponsibilitySupervision ReceivedDirect supervision from CEO, works collaboratively with COO and President/CEO and other senior management.Work EnvironmentThe job operates in a clerical office setting. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines. Travel to meetings outside service area.Employee Signature:______________________________________ Date:_______________Printed Employee Name: _________________________________Supervisor Signature: ____________________________________ Date:_______________NOTE: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.Education/Skill Requirements:Masters in Business Administration (MBA), Accounting or related area from an accredited college or University or combination of education and years of related experience and/or training.Demonstrated ability to perform all accounting functions from ground-up level to provide ability to fix issues when they arise.Preferred Education and ExperienceMBA with emphasis in Public/Nonprofit Administration or related field.Seasoned leader with at least 12-15 years of overall professional and administrative support services experience. Financial experience to include: gathering and evaluating financial information and marketing actionable recommendations to senior leadership, managing finance (accounting, budget, control, and reporting) for complex nonprofit entities with multiple funding sources.Experience in or knowledge of nonprofit accounting, including sophisticated fund and grant accounting, compliance and reporting.Experience with Medicaid, Medicare, commercial insurance and other performance contracting systems.Other Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeFinancial and Project Management.Business Acumen.Communication Proficiency.Ethical Conduct advanced knowledge of Medicaid and Medicare fiscal functionality Behavioral Health rules and regulations including mental health and substance use.Leadership Organizational sensitivity regarding complex relationships with federal, state, and local agencies, government entities and personnel.Performance Management.Personal Effectiveness/Credibility.Problem Solving/Analysis.Strategic Thinking.Technical CapacityOrganizational Relationships -Organizational structure, workflow, and operating procedures. Workplace policies and professionalism.Supervisory ResponsibilitySupervision ReceivedDirect supervision from CEO, works collaboratively with COO and President/CEO and other senior management.Work EnvironmentThe job operates in a clerical office setting. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines. Travel to meetings outside service area.NOTE: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.PM20PDN-917a14b5-186e-4123-b27a-b0718b735fee
    Chief Financial Officer
    Job Title: Chief Financial OfficerJob Code: CFODepartment: Administration - 900Pay Range: CFORevision Date: August 2020FLSA: ExemptPosition OverviewThe CFO is responsible for directing the fiscal functions of the organization in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Directs the organizations financial planning and accounting functions. Formulates and recommends policies on banking, receipt and disbursement of funds, extension of credit, fiscal and accounting matters. Responsible for development of standard accounting, analysis and reporting procedures and for exercise of overall financial control. Responsible for planning and directing the organization's overall business operations including finance, accounting, revenue cycle management, real estate development and maintenance, general and professional insurance, purchasing, and banking relationships. Must work in participatory manner as a member of Senior Management and support the organizations customer service orientation. Reports to Chief Executive Officer.Essential Job FunctionsEvaluates the organization's financial health and provides periodic schedule reports to the Board and staff accordingly.Evaluate and advise on the impact of long range planning, introduction of new programs/funding/strategies and regulatory action.Directs the preparation and filing of all associates tax activities (non-profit and related assets) as required by the IRS and any other taxing authority.Contracting with 3rd party insurances.Updates Sam.gov VA registration.Manages state web portal certificate of good standing.Secretary of state quarterly reporting.Directs the organization's general liability insurance programs and other related coverages in collaboration with Human Resources.Works collaboratively with COO to serves as Corporate Liaison to external parties; attorney, consortium CFOs, judicial contacts and other partners.Works with COO to analyze the costs of the organization and prepares trend analyses, forecasting, and pattern analyses, including, but not limited to, Administrative and Clinical Service cost.Secures and maintains licensing for all Corporate entities.Oversee the annual budgeting process in collaboration with Senior Management. Provides consultation/educates department directors and managers on financial issues impacting department budgetsServes as Corporate Liaison to the Independent Auditing firm.Preparation and analysis of the Organization's RVU Report.Be an advisor from the financial perspective on any contracts into which the Organization may enter.Oversee and optimize the handling of bank and deposit relationships and initiate appropriate strategies to enhance cash position.Develop credibility for the Organization by providing timely and accurate analysis of budgets, financial reports and financial trends in order to assist the President/CEO the Board and other senior executives.Secondary Job FunctionsServe as a member, attending meeting of CDFB, CBHC and Audit committee.Works with the Controller and Accounting staff to direct all functions of the Business Office.This position is responsible for the direct supervision of the controller and the indirect supervision of all employees in the Business Office.Education/Skill Requirements:Masters in Business Administration (MBA), Accounting or related area from an accredited college or University or combination of education and years of related experience and/or training.Demonstrated ability to perform all accounting functions from ground-up level to provide ability to fix issues when they arise.Preferred Education and ExperienceMBA with emphasis in Public/Nonprofit Administration or related field.Seasoned leader with at least 12-15 years of overall professional and administrative support services experience. Financial experience to include: gathering and evaluating financial information and marketing actionable recommendations to senior leadership, managing finance (accounting, budget, control, and reporting) for complex nonprofit entities with multiple funding sources.Experience in or knowledge of nonprofit accounting, including sophisticated fund and grant accounting, compliance and reporting.Experience with Medicaid, Medicare, commercial insurance and other performance contracting systems.Other Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeFinancial and Project Management.Business Acumen.Communication Proficiency.Ethical Conduct advanced knowledge of Medicaid and Medicare fiscal functionality Behavioral Health rules and regulations including mental health and substance use.Leadership Organizational sensitivity regarding complex relationships with federal, state, and local agencies, government entities and personnel.Performance Management.Personal Effectiveness/Credibility.Problem Solving/Analysis.Strategic Thinking.Technical CapacityOrganizational Relationships -Organizational structure, workflow, and operating procedures. Workplace policies and professionalism.Supervisory ResponsibilitySupervision ReceivedDirect supervision from CEO, works collaboratively with COO and President/CEO and other senior management.Work EnvironmentThe job operates in a clerical office setting. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines. Travel to meetings outside service area.Employee Signature:______________________________________ Date:_______________Printed Employee Name: _________________________________Supervisor Signature: ____________________________________ Date:_______________NOTE: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.Education/Skill Requirements:Masters in Business Administration (MBA), Accounting or related area from an accredited college or University or combination of education and years of related experience and/or training.Demonstrated ability to perform all accounting functions from ground-up level to provide ability to fix issues when they arise.Preferred Education and ExperienceMBA with emphasis in Public/Nonprofit Administration or related field.Seasoned leader with at least 12-15 years of overall professional and administrative support services experience. Financial experience to include: gathering and evaluating financial information and marketing actionable recommendations to senior leadership, managing finance (accounting, budget, control, and reporting) for complex nonprofit entities with multiple funding sources.Experience in or knowledge of nonprofit accounting, including sophisticated fund and grant accounting, compliance and reporting.Experience with Medicaid, Medicare, commercial insurance and other performance contracting systems.Other Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeFinancial and Project Management.Business Acumen.Communication Proficiency.Ethical Conduct advanced knowledge of Medicaid and Medicare fiscal functionality Behavioral Health rules and regulations including mental health and substance use.Leadership Organizational sensitivity regarding complex relationships with federal, state, and local agencies, government entities and personnel.Performance Management.Personal Effectiveness/Credibility.Problem Solving/Analysis.Strategic Thinking.Technical CapacityOrganizational Relationships -Organizational structure, workflow, and operating procedures. Workplace policies and professionalism.Supervisory ResponsibilitySupervision ReceivedDirect supervision from CEO, works collaboratively with COO and President/CEO and other senior management.Work EnvironmentThe job operates in a clerical office setting. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines. Travel to meetings outside service area.NOTE: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.PM20PDN-917a14b5-186e-4123-b27a-b0718b735fee
    Accounting Specialist
    Description:Accounting SpecialistNumber of Openings: 1 Full TimeLocation: West Valley CityEnjoy a fast and exciting work environment at Community Health Centers, Inc. In this opportunity, you will be responsible for taking care of our wonderful CHC Patients.General Scope of Responsibilities will include (not all-inclusive):Performs all accounts payable duties, including matching of invoices to purchase orders, and statements, obtaining necessary approvals, G/L account distribution, data entry, and printing of reports and checks.Prepares and inputs Accrual and Payroll General Journal entries monthly under the direction of the Finance Director.Ensures proper journal entry preparation of all prepaid expense accounts and reconciles these accounts monthly to the General Ledger.Collects and reviews daily mail received at Admin office and distributes as necessary.Prepare Cash Receipts received in the mail to be divided between patient and non-patient. Prepares checks and supporting documentation for deposit. Prepares Patient Payment folders for billing to post payments. Creates Journal Entries for Cash Receipts. Downloads Bank General Account Activity and posts into Bank Recon for others to complete reconciliation. Prepares Outstanding Check Register for Payroll and Supplemental Accounts. Transfers funds between General and other Bank accounts with approval of Finance Director as needed. Posts Cash Receipts for Medical Records into SharePoint sheet.Prepares and mails monthly bills to contracted agencies.Reconciles all accounts receivable, prepaid accounts monthly prior to closing.Inputs journal entries from Payroll Specialist for processed payroll and for month end accrual. Inputs journal entries from Financial Analyst for Grants. Run the Vaccine Encounter Report, save and send to appropriate staff. Get Investment related statements from Finance Director or Financial Analyst and create appropriate journal entries. Input Patient Revenue journal entries as created by the Finance Director. Prepare and enter all other month-end Journal Entries. Creates draft of Financial Statements for Finance Director review and approval.Assist with the reconciliation of year end and gathering of information before and during the annual audit. Answer any questions from the auditors.Draw funds from Department of Health and Human Services – Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) for Federal Grants as directed by the Finance Director. Submit PSC-272 form: Cash Transaction Report for Division of Payment Management website for HRSA. Submit Uncashed/Returned Refund/or Reimbursement checks to the State of Utah Escheatment program at least annually.Brings to the attention of the Finance Director any irregularities or system problems that are discovered.Responds to questions from A/P vendors and CHC employees, and completes research as necessary to resolve A/P problems.PM20. Requirements: Required Skills and KnowledgeAssociates' Degree in accounting and at least four years' experience in general ledger / full bookkeeping required. Demonstrated computer experience (both mainframe and p.c.), and Microsoft software.Community Health Centers BenefitsWages depending on experienceExcellent medical, dental benefits effective the first of the month following hire dateCompany paid life insurance and voluntary supplemental life insuranceEmployer sponsored and contributed to retirement planEducation assistanceContinued safety and job related training opportunities – creating lifelong learning opportunitiesOpportunity to positively impact an individual's lifePDN-9185e339-4654-428d-81e3-ad42b6fa198c
    Accounting Specialist
    Description:Accounting SpecialistNumber of Openings: 1 Full TimeLocation: West Valley CityEnjoy a fast and exciting work environment at Community Health Centers, Inc. In this opportunity, you will be responsible for taking care of our wonderful CHC Patients.General Scope of Responsibilities will include (not all-inclusive):Performs all accounts payable duties, including matching of invoices to purchase orders, and statements, obtaining necessary approvals, G/L account distribution, data entry, and printing of reports and checks.Prepares and inputs Accrual and Payroll General Journal entries monthly under the direction of the Finance Director.Ensures proper journal entry preparation of all prepaid expense accounts and reconciles these accounts monthly to the General Ledger.Collects and reviews daily mail received at Admin office and distributes as necessary.Prepare Cash Receipts received in the mail to be divided between patient and non-patient. Prepares checks and supporting documentation for deposit. Prepares Patient Payment folders for billing to post payments. Creates Journal Entries for Cash Receipts. Downloads Bank General Account Activity and posts into Bank Recon for others to complete reconciliation. Prepares Outstanding Check Register for Payroll and Supplemental Accounts. Transfers funds between General and other Bank accounts with approval of Finance Director as needed. Posts Cash Receipts for Medical Records into SharePoint sheet.Prepares and mails monthly bills to contracted agencies.Reconciles all accounts receivable, prepaid accounts monthly prior to closing.Inputs journal entries from Payroll Specialist for processed payroll and for month end accrual. Inputs journal entries from Financial Analyst for Grants. Run the Vaccine Encounter Report, save and send to appropriate staff. Get Investment related statements from Finance Director or Financial Analyst and create appropriate journal entries. Input Patient Revenue journal entries as created by the Finance Director. Prepare and enter all other month-end Journal Entries. Creates draft of Financial Statements for Finance Director review and approval.Assist with the reconciliation of year end and gathering of information before and during the annual audit. Answer any questions from the auditors.Draw funds from Department of Health and Human Services – Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) for Federal Grants as directed by the Finance Director. Submit PSC-272 form: Cash Transaction Report for Division of Payment Management website for HRSA. Submit Uncashed/Returned Refund/or Reimbursement checks to the State of Utah Escheatment program at least annually.Brings to the attention of the Finance Director any irregularities or system problems that are discovered.Responds to questions from A/P vendors and CHC employees, and completes research as necessary to resolve A/P problems.PM20. Requirements: Required Skills and KnowledgeAssociates' Degree in accounting and at least four years' experience in general ledger / full bookkeeping required. Demonstrated computer experience (both mainframe and p.c.), and Microsoft software.Community Health Centers BenefitsWages depending on experienceExcellent medical, dental benefits effective the first of the month following hire dateCompany paid life insurance and voluntary supplemental life insuranceEmployer sponsored and contributed to retirement planEducation assistanceContinued safety and job related training opportunities – creating lifelong learning opportunitiesOpportunity to positively impact an individual's lifePDN-9185e339-4654-428d-81e3-ad42b6fa198c
    Financial Analyst
    Job ID: 2020-2943Location: US-MN-Golden Valley | US-MN-MinneapolisCategory: Central Office - FinanceType: Full TimeMin Salary: USD $65,000.00/Yr.Max Salary: USD $85,000.00/Yr.OverviewDespite the challenges facing retail, Room & Board continues to innovate and pivot in meeting the ever-changing needs of today's consumer allowing us to remain a reputable and financially stable home furnishings provider for the past 40 years. The current environment has consumers focused on home and valuing American made and sustainability more than ever - - practices we have focused on since our early inception of the Room & Board brand recognized today.We are currently hiring a Financial Analyst at our central office in Golden Valley, MN. In this role, you will join a collaborative 3 person planning and reporting team that is cross trained to serve the various business functions. Your ability to build meaningful relationships and deliver high impact financial analysis and reporting has a positive impact on the decisions made by leaders and staff members alike.You'll share your talents in the following ways:You'll prepare and analyze financial plans, budgets, and forecasts and supporting reports to effectively report, track progress and communicate financial statuses across the organization.You'll enjoy building meaningful partnerships with leaders and staff members across functions as you seek to both understand and educate around business processes and financial information.You'll provide assistance in the maintenance and support of the Planful (Host Analytics) system including responding to user needs and improving processes (use of templates, reports, etc.).You'll participate and support accounting in month end close for assigned areas of responsibility.You'll bring the following qualities to be successful in the role:You're recognized for being a great communicator, adaptable and open minded. You also bring a natural curiosity to your work.You seek to understand the business operations and you're respected in your approach to helping non-financial staff easily understand the financial impacts to their operations.You're logical and bring an impeccable attention to detail with a desire for accuracy; you're task orientated and deadline driven.Your great attitude and adaptability works well in a collaborative environment.Last, but not least, you bring the following education, work experience and skills:3+ years of experience involving financial accounting, reporting and planningStrong understanding of basic accounting principles.Strong analytic and problem-solving skills.Systems aptitude. Experience with financial reporting systems (BW, Cognos, Essbase, Crystal Reports etc.) preferred. Proficient knowledge-skill in Excel. Prior experience with Planful (Host Analytics) and SAP preferred.Where you'll grow:As a life-long learner, you are fueled by the opportunity to develop capabilities within the role, our tools/reporting functions, and in working with your business partners.As a forward thinker, you relish in the opportunity to build best practices and create reporting that is unique to how we do business and more easily digested by internal business partners.You'll help build out the functionality of our financial modeling tool, Spotlight.What you can expect:Your finance planning and reporting team belongs to a broader 14 person Finance team that collectively, manages the accounting functions, produces the monthly financial reporting packages and also plays a vital role in protecting the company's intellectual and physical assets. They identify core measures that are fundamental to understanding the health of our business allowing us to be nimble as we adjust our plans and attain successful outcomes.As a private (S Corporation) company that isn't bound to all the public company regulatory reviews, audits, bank examinations or SEC reporting, you'll enjoy more opportunity to focus on strategy and building plans that drive business success.We're rooted in philosophies, not rules, so you are empowered to make decisions. Our collaborative spirit leaves little room for bureaucracy and cumbersome rules; instead we keep it simple, take accountability, solve problems and ultimately trust others to do the right thing.Our progressive benefits go beyond the basics of health insurance and vacation to support you physically, emotionally and financially. You'll receive a strong competitive salary, a comprehensive benefits package including three weeks of paid vacation, generous 401(k) match, profit sharing, and several perks. To view all benefits offered by Room & Board, please visit: https://www.roomandboard.com/careers/benefits-wellbeing.ftlPlease, no third-party agency inquiries and/or solicitations. Thank you. PM20PDN-916ffb63-3578-451d-ae79-962650adc02a
    Financial Analyst
    Job ID: 2020-2943Location: US-MN-Golden Valley | US-MN-MinneapolisCategory: Central Office - FinanceType: Full TimeMin Salary: USD $65,000.00/Yr.Max Salary: USD $85,000.00/Yr.OverviewDespite the challenges facing retail, Room & Board continues to innovate and pivot in meeting the ever-changing needs of today's consumer allowing us to remain a reputable and financially stable home furnishings provider for the past 40 years. The current environment has consumers focused on home and valuing American made and sustainability more than ever - - practices we have focused on since our early inception of the Room & Board brand recognized today.We are currently hiring a Financial Analyst at our central office in Golden Valley, MN. In this role, you will join a collaborative 3 person planning and reporting team that is cross trained to serve the various business functions. Your ability to build meaningful relationships and deliver high impact financial analysis and reporting has a positive impact on the decisions made by leaders and staff members alike.You'll share your talents in the following ways:You'll prepare and analyze financial plans, budgets, and forecasts and supporting reports to effectively report, track progress and communicate financial statuses across the organization.You'll enjoy building meaningful partnerships with leaders and staff members across functions as you seek to both understand and educate around business processes and financial information.You'll provide assistance in the maintenance and support of the Planful (Host Analytics) system including responding to user needs and improving processes (use of templates, reports, etc.).You'll participate and support accounting in month end close for assigned areas of responsibility.You'll bring the following qualities to be successful in the role:You're recognized for being a great communicator, adaptable and open minded. You also bring a natural curiosity to your work.You seek to understand the business operations and you're respected in your approach to helping non-financial staff easily understand the financial impacts to their operations.You're logical and bring an impeccable attention to detail with a desire for accuracy; you're task orientated and deadline driven.Your great attitude and adaptability works well in a collaborative environment.Last, but not least, you bring the following education, work experience and skills:3+ years of experience involving financial accounting, reporting and planningStrong understanding of basic accounting principles.Strong analytic and problem-solving skills.Systems aptitude. Experience with financial reporting systems (BW, Cognos, Essbase, Crystal Reports etc.) preferred. Proficient knowledge-skill in Excel. Prior experience with Planful (Host Analytics) and SAP preferred.Where you'll grow:As a life-long learner, you are fueled by the opportunity to develop capabilities within the role, our tools/reporting functions, and in working with your business partners.As a forward thinker, you relish in the opportunity to build best practices and create reporting that is unique to how we do business and more easily digested by internal business partners.You'll help build out the functionality of our financial modeling tool, Spotlight.What you can expect:Your finance planning and reporting team belongs to a broader 14 person Finance team that collectively, manages the accounting functions, produces the monthly financial reporting packages and also plays a vital role in protecting the company's intellectual and physical assets. They identify core measures that are fundamental to understanding the health of our business allowing us to be nimble as we adjust our plans and attain successful outcomes.As a private (S Corporation) company that isn't bound to all the public company regulatory reviews, audits, bank examinations or SEC reporting, you'll enjoy more opportunity to focus on strategy and building plans that drive business success.We're rooted in philosophies, not rules, so you are empowered to make decisions. Our collaborative spirit leaves little room for bureaucracy and cumbersome rules; instead we keep it simple, take accountability, solve problems and ultimately trust others to do the right thing.Our progressive benefits go beyond the basics of health insurance and vacation to support you physically, emotionally and financially. You'll receive a strong competitive salary, a comprehensive benefits package including three weeks of paid vacation, generous 401(k) match, profit sharing, and several perks. To view all benefits offered by Room & Board, please visit: https://www.roomandboard.com/careers/benefits-wellbeing.ftlPlease, no third-party agency inquiries and/or solicitations. Thank you. PM20PDN-916ffb63-3578-451d-ae79-962650adc02a
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