As the Institute’s Controller, you will have the responsibilities attendant to such positions including, but not limited to, the following:
Work closely with the Chief Financial Officer to carry out the mission and objectives of the Institute as approved by the Board of Directors, and outlined in its business plan.
Maintain an adequate system of accounting records and a comprehensive set of internal controls and segregation of duties designed to mitigate risk, enhance the accuracy of the organization’s financial results and ensure that financial reports comply with generally accepted accounting principles.
Stay current on nonprofit accounting issues (FASB, etc.)
Prepare and issue timely and accurate financial statements on a monthly and annual basis.
Provide Managing Directors and Directors with timely financial information on programs’ status and budgets.
Management of the Accounting Associate.
Prepare, review and post journal entries.
Prepare, review and analyze account reconciliations.
Oversee annual budget and periodic forecast preparation, and monitoring process in coordination with the CFO.
Serve as audit lead for field work and preparation of all necessary documents for completion of audit and 990 tax form.
Serve as administrator for Accounting Software and reporting system
Maintain the Fixed Asset and associated depreciation schedules; provide monthly detail to the CFO; ensure proper recording of new purchases and disposals.
Review monthly reconciliation of petty cash account.
Prepare and submit payroll processing twice per month including related journal entries.
Monitor vacation accruals and reconcile FSA, Commuter, etc. accounts.
Create and update documents outlining financial policies and procedures as needed.
Compliance monitoring and status reporting to CFO of financial policies/procedures.
All other duties as assigned by the Chief Financial Officer.
In connection with these duties, you will work closely with the Institute staff to ensure that financial operations are performed in accordance with GAAP and the goals and objectives of the Foundation.
Minimum of bachelor’s degree in accounting
CPA is desirable, if not obtained candidate should be CPA eligible
Minimum 5-10 years of accounting experience; minimum of 3-5 years of experience in non-profit accounting
Previous management experience of no less than 3-5 years
Strong skills in Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook
Strong skills with accounting software and reporting systems, preferably Great Plains and Management reporter
Strong skills with payroll processing systems, preferably Paylocity
Exceptional oral and written communication proficiency; attention to detail and ability to multi-task; possess strong organizational skills; capacity to establish and maintain constructive business relationships with internal and external customers while maintaining integrity and confidentiality; analyze and successfully resolve a broad spectrum of issues; must be a positive, professional team player and able to manage project time constraints and work with little supervision
Additional Salary Information: Salary commensurate with experience
About Prestressed Concrete Institute
The Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) is an organization dedicated to fostering greater understanding and use of precast and prestressed concrete. Founded in 1954, PCI is the technical institute for the precast, prestressed concrete structures industry. PCI develops, maintains, and disseminates the Body of Knowledge for designing, fabricating, and constructing precast concrete structures and systems. It is from this Body of Knowledge that buildings codes, design guides, education, and certification programs are derived.PCI publishes a broad array of technical manuals, reports, periodicals, and other informational documents. PCI provides technical resources, certification for companies and individuals, and continuing education. Additionally, it conducts research and development projects, conventions, conferences, awards programs, and much more.