Group: Financial Services
NAHB has an immediate opening for a unique and emerging role as Manager, Financial Analysis and Reporting. This position is a blend of financial reporting and analysis, budgeting, forecasting and modeling, and variance analysis. This role will also support process improvements and financial and operational projects, including association management software upgrade, membership pilot program, and tax efficiency and strategy analysis. The Manager will also assist the Financial Services Group (FSG) with month-end and year-end schedules, reports and reconciliations.
The candidate will participate as a key team member for annual budget development and provide analysis of variances, assumptions, and key information throughout the process. This new position will also assist with the FSG committee staff liaison responsibilities including preparing reports, charts and presentations for the NAHB Budget and Finance Committee, Investment Subcommittee, Audit Committee, Capital Budget Committee, and – in coordination with Human Resources – the Compensation Subcommittee. The candidate will work closely with the Executive Vice President, Treasurer and CFO on key initiatives and projects as well as work with the Director, Corporate Budget and budget team managers to develop annual budgets. The candidate will play key role in the implementation of updated accounting processes and improvements in financial reporting, forecasting, budgeting and analysis.
The ideal candidate has a collection of experience with GAAP and not-for-profit accounting principles, practices and regulations, financial analysis, budgeting and forecasting, month-end and year-end closes, software upgrades and/or implementations, tax implications for not-for-profits, research and strategic thinking. Candidate should be competent and comfortable with use of technology and software applications and demonstrated a continuous improvement mindset. Must have the ability to interact with individuals at all levels of the organization, exceptional interpersonal skills, and strong written and oral communications skills.
Qualified candidates will demonstrate the ability to analyze and apply independent judgment to complex and unique transactions and perform as an innovative thinker with a track record of problem solving and developing action plans, and delivering results. Must have strong organizational, project management, and leadership skills.
A minimum of seven to 10 years of experience in an accounting environment with strong financial analysis and budgeting background. Previous experience with not-for-profit organizations a plus. A Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance or business administration is required. CPA, CMA and/or MBA preferred. High degree of accuracy and attention to detail and strong proficiency in Microsoft Office including advanced Excel skills required. Experience with Microsoft Dynamics GP (Great Plains) preferred and experience with Aptify (or similar association management system) and Management Reporter a plus. Supervisory experience required (initially this position will not be responsible for supervising staff). The position will report to the Executive Vice President, Treasurer and CFO.
To be considered for this position, please complete and submit this application.
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