Position Summary:

The primary role of the Manager – Financial Reporting & Internal Controls is to prepare and review accurate and timely internal and external financial statements prior to submitting to senior management and external sources.  In addition, completing and maintaining proper internal control compliance and documentation is an integral component of this position.


Essential Functions/Responsibilities:
  • Prepare and review quarterly GAAP financial statements for distribution to internal and external stakeholders.

  • Analyze fluctuations in financial data, including balance sheet, income statement, and cash flows, review results, and prepare for distribution to senior management.

  • Key member of Balance Sheet review meeting; manage and lead monthly meetings to discuss significant and/or unusual balances/fluctuations.

  • Manage company-wide internal control self-assessments; analyze and report deficiencies, and work to business partners to remediate issues.

  • Key member of Internal Controls Committee; manage and lead bi-weekly meetings to discuss internal control matters impacting the Company.

  • Review various balance sheet account reconciliations, including stockholders’ equity.

  • Execute key controls relevant to the financial reporting process.

  • Manage the quarterly internal certifications from key employees and senior management.

  • Review summarized monthly balance sheet and cash flow statement for distribution to senior management.

  • Perform technical accounting research on issues and prepare accounting position papers to document appropriate accounting treatment, then educate the business on the accounting.

  • Prepare and review materials for use at quarterly Financial Disclosures; Controls and Security Committee meetings with senior management, including obtaining information from multiple sources, such as external auditors, legal, tax, and internal audit management. 

  • Manage requests from the external auditors to ensure all items needed for the annual audit are provided timely.  Will serve as the primarily liaison with the audit team. 

  • Manage the quarterly significant accounting adjustments process; prepare and review summary and support for distribution to the CFO.

  • Record or review limited journal entries related to external reporting.

  • Manage and assist with ad-hoc projects as needed.

  • Four-year degree – Accounting or Business with Accounting Concentration
  • 5-7 years accounting work experience (preferred)
  • Public accounting experience (required)
  • CPA (preferred)
  • Supervisory experience (required)

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