Effectively manage a team of portfolio accounting analysts and the accounts payable manager serving over 200 Homeowners and Condominium associations. Produce a monthly financial package for delivery to each association's Board of Directors. Demonstrate an advanced knowledge of accounting as it relates to cost and fund accounting principles. Oversee the accounts payable function with a volume of 2,500 checks per month as well as ACH and batch payment processes. Coordinate with the A/R and Collections division as it relates to the flow of data within the financial reports. Lead in the migration of the accounting system during 2018.
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Key Job Responsibilities
Coordinate and execute Company objectives within the senior management team on an ongoing basis. Act as the primary resource for internal and external customers as it relates to accounting matters.
Lead, direct, train, evaluate and manage a team of portfolio accounting analysts and support staff to ensure accurate and timely accounting and reporting.
Direct the preparation and review of all financial reports, including income and expense statements, balance sheets, investment activity and bank reconciliations. Make observations, conduct analyses, track necessary actions, respond to board inquiries and communicate with community/property managers (internal and external customers).
Perform a thorough review of HOA/Condominium financial report packages for completeness of all monthly transactions. Verify bank and balance sheet accounts are reconciled, revenues and expenses are properly allocated and budget variances are corrected or justified.
Demonstrate ability to strictly adhere to contractually agreed upon production deadlines and reporting requirements.
Ensure adequate cash management and oversight of accounts payable staff.
Implement and maintain checkpoints to ensure quality control of reports and responsiveness to Board inquiries, which may include occasional appearances at Board meetings.
Demonstrate strong financial report review and detailed analysis skills.
Enforce and update, as needed, accounting policies and procedures and systems of internal controls to safeguard financial assets of the organization and clients.
Periodically participate in the delivery of trainings for staff and board members.
Evaluate banking, audit, A/P workflow accounting software and other third party services to assure effectiveness and best value for the organization and clients.
Education And Experience
Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or Finance required
Supervisory Experience Within An Accounting Department Is Required
7 years of progressive accounting experience will be considered
Property/Community Management industry preferred; experience in a similarly high-volume environment will be strongly
Having served as a HOA or condominium board member is a plus
CPA or CPA candidate is a plus..
Excellent Written And Verbal Communication Skills Are Required
Extensive experience with conducting analysis and solving inquiries using GL and subsidiary ledgers with the ability to trace transactions though the accounting system
Experience with Jenark or similar property management or multi-module accounting software is a plus
Must be a savvy user of web-based email and software programs, Excel and efficient adaptability to learning new systems
American Community Management (ACM) was founded in 2001 by merging two management companies in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area, each with more than 15 years' experience when the merger took place. Over the past decade, our company has established itself as a leader in community administrative management throughout Maryland. We have emerged as one of the most prominent management firms in the entire state, servicing over 25,000 households within over 200 residential properties, and an additional half million square feet of office condominiums.
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