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Senior Accounting Director - 13205-1

Location : Nashville, TN
Job Type : Direct
Reference Code : Hybrid
Hours : Full Time
Required Years of Experience : 7+
Required Education : Bachelor's Degree in Accounting
Travel : No
Relocation : No
Job Industry : Non-profit
Job Category : Accounting/Finance

Job Description :

The Senior Accounting Director provides financial guidance to the Company’s management team to support the growth and mission of the organization. The position is responsible for all the general financial functions of the Company, affiliates, and any other organizations supported by the Company. Primarily responsible for the overall management of the organization's accounting and financial services, including financial reporting and review with the Company’s Finance & Audit Committee as well as the Board of Directors and the boards of the affiliates. Other financial related responsibilities include business insurance matters, leading and managing outside auditors with annual audits, tax functions, and preparing and/or reviewing various IRS and state-related forms. This position is located in downtown Nashville and is offering a hybrid schedule.



  • Responsible for managing and approval of all financial transactions relating to the organization.

  • Responsible for staffing of the Finance & Audit Committee for oversight of major financial issues affecting the organization, including budgets, audits, investment policies, fiduciary responsibilities related to large expenses such as employee benefits and other matters of importance.

  • Responsible for the hiring, training, and development of the Accounting Manager, building a team that fully understands the processes and the why behind the processes to have the capacity to proactively identify risks of fraud, error, and inefficiencies.

  • Lead all discussions and planning/coordination with external auditors and other regulatory bodies as it relates to audit.

  • Prepare or provide oversight for all audit schedules and year-end entries to assure GAAP compliance and proper preparedness for the external audit.

  • Prepare monthly financial reports, periodic forecasts and presentations for senior management, Finance & Audit Committee and Board of Directors.

  • Ensure various filings required by government agencies, including but not limited to: IRS 990 and 990-T filings, State Franchise and Excise Tax, Election Disclosure forms, Charitable Solicitation permits, etc. are completed on time. This applies for the Company and all affiliated entities, including, but not limited to 501(c)4 and Committees.

  • Provide training and guidance to non-accounting team members to improve understanding and management of financial matters pertaining to their area of responsibility and the company.

  • Lead the annual budgeting and forecasting processes, including the preparation of budgeting tools, training budget managers on the tools, rolling up the organizational budgets and discussions with senior management regarding appropriate allocation of resources, as well as presentations to Finance & Audit Committee for review of budgets and Board of Directors for approval.

  • Responsible for developing and managing the budget of the accounting department and allocating overhead costs into other departments.

  • Responsible for aiding as needed in creation of grant applications and managing the financial aspects of grant implementation.

  • Oversight for timely payment and management of Accounts Payable of the organization, including reviewing for proper coding and authorization, as well as signing of all AP checks.

  • Responsible for treasury management and bank relationships, including establishing new accounts, maintaining authorized signature on all accounts, compliance with cash management policies of the organization and managing funds for the maximum benefit to the Company.

  • Develop and maintain a deep understanding of Company systems and business practices to continually assess processes for risk of fraud, error and efficient use of organizational resources to include both time and money.

  • Perform and provide financial, organizational and ad hoc analysis to leadership to assure a complete understanding of the use and deployment of organizational resources.

  • Aid in review of contracts as needed.

  • Responsible for adequate business insurance coverage for the organization.

  • Maintain confidentiality of organization’s information.

Required Qualifications :

  • CPA license preferred; bachelor's degree in accounting required

  • Requires a minimum of seven-ten years of previous financial management experience, as well as in general ledger accounting or auditing

  • 501(c)3, 501(c)4, 501(c)6, grant and PAC experience is preferred

  • Proficiency in software programs including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and GL systems

  • Sound understanding of financials, forecasting, and budgeting

  • Strong problem-solving, organizational, and presentation skills

  • Effective communications skills, both written and oral

  • System/ project planning and implementation

  • Ability to lead other members of senior staff in budgeting

  • Ability to work collaboratively and win confidence within the team

  • Ability to meet deadlines

  • Ability to work with little supervision

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships

  • Demonstrated time management, multitasking, and prioritization skills

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