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Great Controller job for MBAs with experience in accounting





1. Oversee  and manage:
a. Preparation of year end audit and tax filings as appropriate for NCBCI, its subsidiaries and affiliates
b. Preparation of all internal and external corporate accounting and financial reporting on a consolidated and consolidating basis; analyze for reasonableness, variance fluctuations, accuracy and compliance with contractual agreements including financial reporting covenants
c. Annual budgeting and planning process
d. Compliance with all grants and contracts
2. Ensure financial reporting is in compliance with GAAP
3. Ensure tax filings are in compliance with current IRS regulations
4. Ensure that proper policies, procedures & controls exist around gathering, recording, managing of financial data
5. Participate on Finance-Audit Committee of NCBCI board
6. Manage the research, planning and implementation of new and existing accounting standards that impact the company; brief management and audit committee on new accounting issues/standards that will impact the company
7. Ensure adequate and proper custody and safekeeping of NCB Capital Impact assets
8. Lead the Finance-Accounting team and manage personnel development
 Progressive management of NCB Capital Impact’s growth to ensure compliance with new and established accounting guidelines and pronouncements (GAAP, FASB, etc). Interpret and implement new accounting pronouncements including analysis of impact to NCB Capital Impact and determination of appropriate treatment. (20%)

Provide leadership to ensure the development and creation of best practices for the accounting and finance team to include timely review and analysis of systems capacity, staffing, financial reporting, planning and analysis, budgeting and forecasting, profitability and cost control and liquidity management. (10%)

Review and coordinate generation of financial statements for NCB Capital Impact and its affiliates including reporting to internal and external third parties.  Analyze variances, trends and other historical data.  Report to Board of Directors, senior management and other third parties. Participate as member of Board Audit Committee to facilitate communication regarding the annual audit and other financial statement related information.  Review internal financial reports with business units, analyze variances to budget and provide ongoing support tactical and strategic decision-making. (15%)

Prepare and review supporting documentation for tax returns for NCB Capital Impact and reporting subsidiaries. Liaison with external tax return preparers to ensure compliance with all required IRS regulations. ( 5%)

Review tax returns for New Markets Tax Credit entities. Liaison with external tax return preparers to ensure compliance with all required IRS regulations. (5%)

Coordinate annual budget and provide support for the financial planning process for Board approval. Review and manage annual budget with business units.  (15%)

Review and coordination of audit schedules, adjusting entries and financial statements for audit and annual report. Liaison with auditors, program funders, and grant administrators to ensure compliance with all agreements. (10%)

Act as a finance/accounting resource to business units to assess financial and accounting impact of new business opportunities.  Provide accounting and finance support to lending and technical assistance teams in the preparation of program/project budgets, operating agreements, contracts and subcontracts to ensure accounting issues and resource allocations are appropriately identified, clarified and documented.  Participate in ad hoc innovation teams assessing new business opportunities. Implement accounting controls and reporting processes for new business opportunities.  (10%)

Liaison with NCB and FSB to communicate and manage the potential impact of lending, accounting and systems implementation decisions on each entity and craft suitable solutions. (5%)

Team leadership and development to include skills enhancement, innovation, planning for external training and development, addressing business problems and supporting teams in their efforts to be strong financial stewards within the organization. (5%)

BS/BA in Accounting, CPA required; MBA preferred
At least 7 years experience in accounting (for profit, not-for-profit) , 2 years grant administration experience
Exposure to investment accounting, Financial statement preparation experience, Knowledge of SFAS 91, 116, 117, and 124, Familiarity with government contracts; single audit requirements,  Proficiency with general ledger software,(experience with Lawson a plus) Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint, Prophix reporting software.

Ellen Stewart | Human Resources | NCB
2011 Crystal Drive | Suite 800 | Arlington, VA 22202

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