In the role of Accounting Manager, you will be responsible for various components of the accounting process and supervising the day-to-day processes of the accounting team as well as improving the accuracy and efficiency of accounting processes, systems, and workflows while maintaining a high level of accuracy.
Work with the Director of Financial and Administrative Affairs to maintain accurate accounting records and reporting.
Prepare monthly reconciliation using iMIS and QuickBooks
Prepare monthly accounting reports for review by the Director of Financial and Administrative Affairs.
Process check requests and invoices to be paid. Print checks to be signed by the CEO and mailed bi-monthly.
Supervise and work with Accounting Coordinator on accounts receivable, order fulfillment, and inventory.
Work with the Director on annual audit for AFSA, The Center For Life Safety Education (CLSE) and member services 401(k).
Work with the Director of Administrative Services to anticipate and support department needs.
Be flexible and available to address and work with the Director of Financial and Administrative Affairs on various projects as needed.
The ideal person will have experience in all areas of accounting and financial reporting; have experience using iMIS and desktop QuickBooks, have supervisory experience and ability to work with various departments to coordinate accounting and office needs. This person will also have experience in non-profit accounting and have experience working in an Association Management System accounting environment.
Candidate must possess a strong customer appreciation orientation, recognizing the importance of association member service. Must demonstrate strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills to effectively interact with a wide range of constituencies.
Candidate must possess strong organizational and time management skills with the ability to demonstrate high-level multitasking skills. A strong focus on timely attention to detail is essential. Candidate must demonstrate the ability to be resourceful, proactive and seek assistance as needed. The ability to be flexible and adapt quickly to changing priorities is essential.
Candidate must demonstrate a strong proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint), iMIS, QuickBooks, Association Management System, spelling, and grammar. Must have the ability to operate general office equipment (copier/scanner, postage machine, printers, etc.). A working knowledge of Mac computers is a plus.
About American Fire Sprinkler Association
The American Fire Sprinkler Association (AFSA) is a non-profit, international association representing merit shop fire sprinkler contractors, dedicated to the educational advancement of its members and promotion of the use of automatic fire sprinkler systems.