The Pennsylvania Dental Association is searching for a knowledgeable Accounting Manager who can lead and motivate accounting staff members and increase department accuracy and efficiency. The Accounting Manager will delegate, supervise, and participate in accounting department tasks, oversee the recording, tracking, and reporting of financial information, train, and motivate accounting staff members, and ensure that the department operates efficiently without sacrificing accuracy.
To succeed as an Accounting Manager, you should be analytical, detail-oriented, and trustworthy. The ideal Accounting Manager should possess excellent leadership and interpersonal skills as well as strong understanding of non-profit accounting, management principles and consolidated financial statement preparation.
General Administrative and Accounting Responsibilities
Provides fiscal support to all departments of the Pennsylvania Dental Association (PDA).
Prepares the bi-weekly payroll through a third-party vendor.
Prepares monthly and quarterly financial statements and reports.
Assists with the annual audit by providing necessary information, researching inquiries and providing other assistance to the outside auditing firm.
Maintains a file of all vendor contracts.
Attends the annual Pennsylvania Dental Association Meeting.
Maintains schedules for all tax filings and other required reports in a timely manner.
Performs human resource duties including, but not limited to, retirement plan administration, employee medical insurance enrollment, group term life, AD/D and LTD insurance enrollment, and maintains employee records.
General Ledger (G/L) Responsibilities
Maintains chart of accounts for the PDA and its subsidiaries.
Reconciles bank statements for PDA and its subsidiaries.
Prepares and enters monthly adjusting and reoccurring journal entries into the G/L.
Updates all G/L related schedules (depreciation, prepaid expenses, etc.).
Reconciliation of all balance sheet accounts.
Reconciliation of investment accounts for PDA and its subsidiaries.
Accounts Receivable (A/R) Responsibilities
Records cash receipts, credit card transactions, and invoices for the products and services of the PDA and its affiliates as necessary.
Processes member dues payments and other income, including but not limited to, membership coupon payments, member credit card charges and member electronic dues payments.
Prepares bank deposits as necessary.
Maintains files of cash receipts and cash disbursements.
Updates membership payment records in the membership database.
Create invoices for subsidiaries, employees and members, for reimbursement to PDA for services rendered.
EDUCATION: A Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance is Required.
A minimum of 3 years of non-profit accounting experience, managing employees, accounts receivable, accounts payable and payroll processing through a third-party vendor.
Must have a high degree of accuracy, attention to detail, mentoring skills and be able to consistently meet deadlines.
Intermediate to advanced PC skills including the Office 365.
The ability to manage multiple assignments and priorities.
Sage 100c accounting software experience preferred, but not required.
Availability for occasional overnight travel.
For immediate consideration, submit your detailed resume with cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Solicitations from recruiting organizations will NOT be accepted.