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Posted: Sunday, November 23, 2014 12:11 AM

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Ronkonkoma, NY

About the Job
Suffolk County CPA firm Looking for an accountant with 3+ years of experience in public accounting. Experience with income tax returns (Partnerships, Corporate, and Individuals) located in Multi states a plus. Responsibilities include but are not limited to preparing & reviewing of clients books, records, financial statement preparation & analysis, bank reconciliations, and client contact. Experience with Lacerte, QuickBooks, and Microsoft Office Suite is a MUST.

Please provide SALARY HISTORY & REQUIREMENTS. Email resumes to dscalfano@jbcpapc.com

• Location: Long Island


Posted: Sunday, November 23, 2014 12:11 AM

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Sentinel Solutions

About the Job

Sentinel Solutions, a boutique wealth advisory firm, will be holding a career session in our office at 530 5th Avenue in Manhattan on Wednesday, November 26th at 5:30 pm for college graduates and graduating seniors.​ The right candidates for positions with the firm are those with strong personalities and a great work ethic.​ Sentinel is looking to bring on 3 to 5 graduates to train on financial analysis tools, marketing techniques, and comprehensive financial planning.​ Please RSVP by Monday, November 24th by sending your resume to:

Rory J.​ Zipper

Director of Career Enhancement

Sentinel Solutions

530 5th Avenue, 11th Floor

New York, NY 10036

Email: RZipper@SentinelSolutions.com

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Sunday, November 23, 2014 12:11 AM

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Eshel and partners LLP

About the Job

Audit Senior Associate position:

For our audit clients the Senior Associate would be required to recognize potential audit issues or unusual relationships from basic analysis of the financial statements and communicate them to the team.​ He/​she would have to clearly and accurately document the execution of specific audit procedures as defined by the engagement objectives, client’s engagement history, and planned audit approach.​


For our controllership clients the Senior Associate will ensure the integrity of accounting information by recording, verifying, consolidating, and entering transactions.​ He/​she will prepare and record asset, liability, revenue, and expenses entries by compiling and analyzing account information, and summarize financial status by collecting information; preparing balance sheet, profit and loss, and other statements.​


The Senior Associate needs to demonstrate professionalism and competence in the client’s environment and be able to maintain a strong client focus, including being responsive to client requests, and develop/​maintain productive working relationships with client personnel and keeping informed of current business/​economic developments relevant to the client’s business.​

To qualify, candidates must have:

· BA/​BS degree from an accredited college/​university

· CPA eligible, or certified

· 2-3 years of recent audit experience in public accounting

· Advanced written and verbal communication skills

· Applied working knowledge of U.​S.​ Generally Accepted accounting Principles (GAAP) and accounting procedures

· Strong dedication to teamwork

· Experience using QuickBooks, Lacerte Tax

Send resume to: jobs@aecpa.com

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Sunday, November 23, 2014 12:11 AM

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Premier fashion PR Agency Bollare is looking for an Account Manager or a Sr Account Manager for the Fashion team at their New York office:

• Candidate must have strong and current relationships with fashion / market editors
• Candidate must have at least 6+ years experience in fashion PR, agency preferred
• Ability to maintain and establish strong relationships with media
• Excellent writing and communication skills
• Ability to speak confidently and execute new business meetings
• Ability to concept, create and maintain press strategies
• Ability to create and maintain strong client relationships
• Must work well in a team environment
• Ability to work autonomously when required
• Leadership skills is a plus
• Proven ability to securing editorial and online placements with major national and local magazines as well as online outlets
*This position will report to an Associate Director

Opportunities:

• Friendly working atmosphere
• Collaborative team environment
• Enjoyable workspace and client showroom
• Team member incentives and competitive bonus structure
• Thriving and growing organization with offices in LA and NY

Resumes can be emailed to info@bollare.com.

info@bollare.com

• Location: Manhattan, 135 Fifth Avenue 8th Floor


Posted: Sunday, November 23, 2014 12:11 AM

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Congo Leadership Initiative
Mission Statement

CLI develops the next generation of leaders to be catalysts for peace and prosperity in the Congo.

Vision Statement

CLI envisions a Congo for and by the Congolese where ethical leaders serve their communities and country.


Volunteer Opportunity description

Here is a great chance for a financial minded individual to join a start-up cultured non-profit organization! Congo Leadership Initiative is looking for a new team member to oversee the financial duties in their expanding operations. Familiarity with Quickbooks is a must, as well as knowledge of non-profit GAAP requirements. Other requirements for this non-paid position are: great communication qualities, foresight/idea generation into future of finance department, and excellent team camaraderie traits. At Congo Leadership Initiative (CLI), we love what we do, which is providing peace and prosperity to the youth of the Democratic Republic of the Congo via leadership training.

Please contact CLI at empower@congoleaders.org for all inquiries!

• Location: Other, 24 Briar Hill Road, Orchard Park


Posted: Sunday, November 23, 2014 12:11 AM

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About the Job

Accounts Receivables/​Billing

Law Firm seeks detail oriented and friendly person with excellent computer skills, familiarity with TABS, and electronic billing programs Alliegent, Serengeti, Advocator, etc.​ a plus.​

Excellent salary and benefits.​ Email: Vpetrungaro@londonfischer.com

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Sunday, November 23, 2014 12:11 AM

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Cullen and Dykman LLP - Garden City, NY

About the Job

Cullen and Dykman LLP is one of the four oldest law firms in New York State and has been serving the legal needs of its clients since 1850.​ We are dedicated to providing the highest quality services to our clients, exhibiting the highest standards of professionalism and maintaining a dynamic and collegial work environment for our attorneys, paralegals and staff.​

We are seeking a senior associate attorney with 4+​ years of finance transactional experience.​ The position may be located in our Albany, New York or Garden City, New York office.​ The ideal candidate must have strong academic credentials, excellent drafting skills and a proven track record in a finance transactional practice.​ Prior experience in a large law firm setting is preferred.​ The attorney will negotiate and draft complex financial lending transactions.​



Interested candidates who meet these qualifications should mail or email their resumes to Adele Mauro, Cullen and Dykman LLP, 100 Quentin Roosevelt Boulevard, Garden City, NY 11530, amauro@cullenanddykman.com.​ Cullen and Dykman LLP offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefit package.​



NOTE: RESUMES WITHOUT SALARY REQUIREMENTS WILL NOT BE REVIEWED.​

Please visit our website at www.cullenanddykman.com for more information on Cullen and Dykman LLP.​

• Location: Long Island


Posted: Sunday, November 23, 2014 12:11 AM

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AO Financial, LLC
115 River Road
Edgewater, NJ
Description
Direct lenders utilize AO Financial to identify prime investment opportunities. As a premier provider of access to those seeking capital, AO Financial has established a strong footprint in North America, UK & Caribbean Islands. We pride ourselves in accomplishing alternative and creative lending scenarios.

We understand the issues that may stop many banks in their tracks, we see the hidden value specific transactions offer, devise a way to work with the borrower and advise an effective way to structure each deal.

Internship Position:

This Internship position is for a Marketing Expert Student in Training. You will have the ability to learn the marketing tools of the financial industry, and how to implement them daily to increase maximum growth of the company. An Intern will execute daily tactics on various Financial Networks & Social Medias. Also, the Internship will consist of several Networking Events & Conventions. This will help the Intern understand the market, analyze the fluctuation, understand timing and execute marketing campaigns by a certain deadline. The current location is in the Greater NYC Area, Edgewater, NJ - on the Hudson River, overlooking the NYC Skyline. The Internship Opportunity will be starting in 30-60 days, after full review of potential qualified candidates.

** Commission Based-Pay **
Responsibilities
- Create signage, newsletters, email campaigns, online promotions, etc.
- Provide support to social media efforts to target new audiences.
- Assist with trade shows and special events to promote company and increase attendance.
- Research and analyze competitor marketing and sales materials.
- Collaborate on team presentations for management and clients.
Requirements
- Pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Marketing (Can be switching majors, or seeking to)
- Possess excellent written and verbal communication and customer service skills.
- Possess creativity, flexibility, variety, and growth potential.
- Should be open-minded, a fast learner, enthusiastic, and adaptable.


info@ao-financial.com

• Location: New Jersey, 115 River Road


Posted: Saturday, November 22, 2014 12:07 AM

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Brooklyn Laboratory School is a free, open enrollment, public charter school located in downtown Brooklyn. Opening in Fall 2014, to our first 132 6th grade scholars Brooklyn Lab offers a rigorous college prep education alongside next generation STEM education.

Job description

The Finance Associate is a part-time position, 15 to 20 hours per week with possible expansion. The Finance Associate is responsible for working with the Executive Director to keep accounting records of financial transactions for the organization and budget for grants. The position is responsible for day-to-day transactional accounting, including payroll and other accounting functions. This role plays a key role in building the organization's financial management infrastructure, maintaining internal controls, safeguarding records and assets, and ensuring smooth accounting functions.

Responsibilities

Coordinate the weekly review and mailing of all checks to vendors, including filing of paperwork and following up on billing issues.
Match receipts of contract and grant payments to invoices in QuickBooks and paper files.
Enter expenses and invoices in QuickBooks.
Review invoices, check requests, expense reports, and reimbursement requests for accuracy, approvals, supporting documentation, and reasonableness.
Follow-up with staff members when information is unclear, incomplete, or inaccurate in order to resolve discrepancies.
Compile checks and supporting documentation for the Executive Director to sign checks.
Create new vendor records in QuickBooks for payees who are not yet in the system by entering complete name and address information.
Ensure that 1099 information is tracked for independent contractors.
Prepare semi-monthly payroll by reviewing timesheets, reviewing for accuracy and approvals, working to make corrections, ensuring compliance with payroll laws, and processing through QuickBooks.
Record business credit card expenses in QuickBooks.
Reconcile bank and credit card statements monthly in QuickBooks in order to ensure that the balances and activity in these accounts are accurate.
File banking, accounts receivable, payroll, accounts payable, and other accounting records accurately and promptly so that a clear audit trail is maintained.
Review transactions for accuracy, including correct amounts and proper coding.
Create schedules in Excel to analyze financial data for the purposes of reconciliations, reporting, etc.
Reconcile monthly all balance sheet accounts
Support the Executive Director in monthly and year-end fiscal closes and with the annual audit by pulling and re-filing documents for review, verifying transactions, etc.
Obtain written approvals for transactions including accounts receivable, payroll, and accounts payable in order to maintain internal controls.
Maintain separation of duties on all transactions.
Comply with federal, state, and organizational policies and procedures.
Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director and Program Operations Manager

Qualifications

Knowledge and experience with QuickBooks, including payroll required
At least one year of relevant experience
Bachelor's degree or relevant Associate's degree
Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles for nonprofits
Knowledge of internal controls
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and adapt to rapid change
Ability to be accurate, organized, and attentive to detail
Ability to manage time and resources effectively, prioritizing efforts according to organizational goals
Ability to multi-task and balance detailed steps with strategy to ensure successful project completion
Ability to follow through on commitments and promises with an appropriate sense of urgency
Flexibility and ability to adjust plans to achieve intended outcomes
Ability to anticipate and identify problems in a timely manner; makes timely decisions in consultation with superiors, using intuition as well as data in the face of ambiguity


To apply for this position please send a resume and cover letter to careers@innovateedunyc.org

• Location: Brooklyn


Posted: Saturday, November 22, 2014 12:07 AM

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Organization
Parts and Labor Design
Website
http://www.pldnyc.com
Location
New York, NY
Country
United States
Sector
Architecture
Position Level
Experienced (Non-Manager)
Education Requirement
4-Year Degree
Position Type
Freelance / Consultant
Description
Small but fast-growing design firm located in Soho is seeking a Part-time Bookkeeper with a strong Architecture or Interior Design firm background to perform both weekly bookkeeping for the firm and financial reporting for the partners.

This is currently a free-lance hourly position encompassing 16 hours per week in our offices.

We’re seeking someone that is very organized, friendly, dedicated, and reliable and can be a regular contributing member of our talented and dynamic team.

Job Responsibilities:

-General Bookkeeping including financial and income statement preparation as needed
-Payroll and withholding processing
-Benefits administration
-Invoicing, accounts receivable reporting and occasional collecting efforts, as needed
-Project contract review and reimbursable expenses tracking
-Vendor management and accounts payable
-Cash reporting
-Bank and credit card reconciliations
-Coordinate with outside Accountant
-Coordinate with FFE staff to ensure adequate billing and financial support for purchasing
-AR/AP reports and AP processing
-Income and Expense projections as requested
-End of year tax preparation
-Qualifications:

-Advanced experience with Quickbooks is imperative
-5+ years of bookkeeping experience, including general ledger and journal entries
-Must have a min of 2 years bookkeeping exp in a design/architecture related firm
-Knowledge of standard bookkeeping concepts, practices and procedures
-Attention to detail and strong organizational skills
-Strong time management skills
-Excellent written and verbal communication skills and professionalism
-The ability to identify, initiate and carry out process improvements
-Proficiency with Microsoft office
Application Instructions
Please email the following to:
Andrew@pldnyc.com and Jeremy@pldnyc.com:

Resume (including references)
A cover letter (including hourly rate)
No phone calls please.

• Location: Manhattan, 627 BROADWAY FL 9 NYC 10012


Posted: Saturday, November 22, 2014 12:07 AM

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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN IN JAZZ, INC. (IWJ) is a non-profit organization committed to supporting women jazz artists and related professionals, and to fostering a greater awareness of the diverse contributions women make to jazz, worldwide [501(c)3]. Through its programs, IWJ provides information and assistance to its members, thus standing dedicated to actively ensuring a place for women as a vital part of the past, present, and future of jazz.

IWJ is an organization whose membership comprises of women and jazz professionals and enthusiasts. Among our members are musicians, composers, educators, students, recording industry artists and broadcast professionals, business owners, music management professionals, jazz lovers, and more. Our headquarters are in New York City, with members located worldwide.

Opportunity description

Be a part of an exciting female jazz artists community organization in transition based in New York City. International Women in Jazz has an immediate need for a volunteer accountant for financial assistance on audits, systems, software and data organization startup. We welcome tri-state area applicants. Retirees encouraged to apply.

We are a 501(c)(3) non profit
www.internationalwomeninjazz.org


How to apply

Send resume and two references to info@internationalwomeninjazz.org

• Location: Manhattan, P.O. Box 20674


Posted: Saturday, November 22, 2014 12:07 AM

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The Opportunity:

ResiModel, Inc. is a rapidly growing company that is financially backed by a number of prominent industry leaders in commercial real estate. ResiModel was conceived with a goal of revolutionizing how multifamily deal information is shared and processed for the roughly $250 billion of multifamily real estate deals that transact each year. Our cloud-based platform enables firms to aggregate & mine data, and generate institutional-quality Excel underwriting models.



The company is seeking a Financial Analyst who shares our love of technology and belief that it can improve the industry. The successful candidate has advanced Excel modeling skills along with some experience working with real estate budgets and/or cash flow projections, which will enable him/her to build and maintain the complex model templates underlying ResiModel.



This position is best suited for candidates with long-term aspirations to grow with firm who are results-driven, passionate about perfection, and excited about getting involved in a rapidly growing company at the ground floor. The role will have a strong focus on quantitative analysis and financial modeling matched with practical business application. There will also be a significant opportunity to interact with senior management at major clients, including residential REITs and real estate asset management firms and opportunity funds.



Responsibilities:

Develop and maintain sophisticated financial underwriting models for commercial real estate development, acquisition and disposition
Interact with clients, walk them through how to underwrite deals using our model, understand their needs, and be able to talk intelligently about underwriting multifamily properties
Design and execute comprehensive testing of new functionality prior to its release



Qualifications:

Exceptionally strong Excel modeling skills, with experience with VBA and complex formulas
Organized and highly detail-oriented; accustomed to allocating sufficient time to double-check work
Ability to think commercially about the needs and requirements of different client groups, including investment management firms, brokers, and lenders
Strong work ethic with the ability to work independently and deliver results with minimal supervision
Ability to work effectively both as an individual and as part of a team are a must
Willingness to travel as required
B.A./B.S. degree required (engineering or computer science degree preferred),
M.B.A. or advanced real estate degree a plus



Compensation:

Base salary competitive and commensurate with experience
Incentive bonus and/or future equity participation based on individual and company performance



Please send your resume and a cover letter to the attention of HR@ResiModel.com.




hr@resimodel.com

• Location: Manhattan, 1120 Avenue of the Americas, 4th floor


Posted: Saturday, November 22, 2014 12:07 AM

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Organization
ArtsConnection
Website
http://www.artsconnection.org
Location
New York, NY
Country
United States
Sector
Non-Profit
Position Level
Experienced (Non-Manager)
Education Requirement
4-Year Degree
Position Type
Part Time Permanent
Application Deadline
10/17/2014
Description
Part Time Position – 28 hour/week
For Citywide Arts in Education Organization

ArtsConnection is a 35 year old, not for profit, arts in education organization which provides visual and performing arts programming to 110 public schools annually throughout the five boroughs of New York City. Working with the Programs Department, the Fiscal Associate’s primary duty is to compile and process all pay roll related to the 100-125 teaching artists who work for us in the schools. This position also includes routine accounting functions such as accounts payable and journal entries.

Specific duties include:
• Prepare, maintain and process bi-weekly payroll for up to 100 employees
• Prepare, maintain and process employment contracts
• Prepare and enter payroll journals and related schedules
• Prepare and cut accounts payable checks


Qualifications:
• BA degree required (accounting major or related subject a plus)
• Minimum of 2 years of experience in a similar position
• Excellent database and Microsoft Excel skills (pivot tables, formulas, etc.) required
• Knowledge of basic accounting, with accounts payable experience
• Excellent customer services skills
• Blackbaud experience a plus

Application Instructions
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: October 17, 2014
Pay rate: $20/hour


Letter and resume only to:
Deputy Director for Finance
The ArtsConnection, Inc.
520 Eighth Avenue, Suite 321, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10018
Email: jobquery@artsconnection.org
Subject line: Fiscal Associate Position

ArtsConnection, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

• Location: Manhattan, 520 Eighth Avenue, Suite 321, 3rd Floor


Posted: Friday, November 21, 2014 12:16 AM

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Publication or Company CoolGraySeven
Industry Advertising Agency, Marketing
Job Duration Full Time
Job Location New York, NY
Job Requirements We are a branding and advertising agency that specializes in fashion, luxury and lifestyle brands.

Our agency is seeking an organized, motivated and personable account manager to work across a number of key accounts from our office in Flatiron, New York.

This is an excellent opportunity for the right person to join a creative environment and gain valuable experience working directly with clients in a growing agency.

Reporting to the Account Director, the Account Manager will be responsible for a range of roles and responsibilities to include:
– Cultivating relationships with existing clients through frequent communication regarding all aspects of ongoing projects.
– Developing and managing project schedules with key dates for all deliverables, ensuring that all deadlines are met and client expectations are managed appropriately.
– Actively participating in daily internal reviews and strategy meetings in addition to weekly client status meetings to drive projects forward and set priorities for the coming week.
– Working closely with the creative/design team to fulfill the goals of the project and deliver exceptional work that exceeds client expectations.
– Liaising with vendors and printers and overseeing all stages of production including pricing, samples/proofs, and production of finished deliverables.


Requirements
– Minimum of 1-2 years of experience liaising with clients.
– The ideal candidate is organized, detail-oriented, decisive, resourceful, motivated.
– Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
– Ability to think on your feet and make decisions under pressure.


gavin@coolgrayseven.com

• Location: Manhattan, 46 east 21st street 2nd floor


Posted: Friday, November 21, 2014 12:16 AM

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Temple Shaaray Tefila
New York, New York

POSITION SUMMARY

The Director of Finance is the senior financial executive at the Temple and has overall responsibility for managing the Temple�s finances. Reporting directly to the Executive Director and currently supervising a finance staff of two, the Director of Finance oversees all accounting practices, prepares or oversees the preparation of financial statements, monthly reports for management and the Board of Trustees, and financial analyses and projections as required. The Director of Finance also works closely with the Temple�s auditors, preparing for and assuring a timely and accurate annual audit. The Director of Finance maintains all corporate insurance policies and oversees all employee benefits including medical, dental and pension plans. The synagogue has a budget which currently exceeds $8 million.

The successful candidate will be well-versed in GAAP, with experience in fund-accounting required; a CPA designation is highly preferred, as is non-profit experience. The successful candidate should be organized, detail-oriented, discreet, diplomatic and able to communicate clearly and confidently with diverse parties both inside the organization and outside. S/he must have strong communication skills and the ability to present financial statements and analysis to the Executive Committee and Board of Directors clearly, anticipating and answering questions in a timely, comprehensive yet easily understandable way. This person should be a �multi-tasker�, a self-starter and a flexible team player, willing to assume tasks as required. S/he must possess absolute integrity and bring the highest ethical standards to his/her work at all times. The Director of Finance reviews departmental budget information with clergy and department/school directors, and prepares specialized reports for their budget oversight and control. S/he will assist in creating key goals, measurement tools and key indices for financial review. Also responsible for Bank and key account reconciliations and review. Must be proficient in Microsoft Excel, and comfortable in a PC environment with standard and specific accounting package software. TST currently using MIP (accounts payable) and IMIS (accounts receivable).


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Financial Planning and Operations

Maintain G/L, ensuring all transaction are properly entered, ensuring proper month- & year-end closings;
Provide monthly, and as required, ad-hoc, accrual and cash reports for unrestricted and restricted accounts
Where necessary, strengthen internal control systems to safeguard Temple Shaaray Tefila�s assets;
Produce cash flow projection report for monthly review with management and the Board of Trustees and/or Budget Committee;
Maintain Special Purpose Funds and Endowment Funds,
Manage all fund disbursements according to documented donor guidelines;
Ensure timely payments of interest and loan principal;
Maintain file of vendor contracts and ensure vendor payments comply with contractual obligations;
Ensure that contracts over $25,000 are subjected to bidding process with all bids kept on file.
Serve as staff liaison or staff resource in support of Board committees on financial matters, including Budget, Audit, Investment and Executive.



Budget Planning, Creation and Management

Work with Executive Director, Department & School Directors and Clergy to develop, report monitor, and review budgets;
Generate and distribute monthly financial reports with the appropriate level of detail for lay leadership and Senior Staff.

Employee Benefits and Insurance

Evaluate the employee medical insurance plan each year, in light of changes in industry, and make recommendations to Executive Director;
Plan and implement staff communications regarding health insurance.
Oversee payroll administration;
Maintain system of records of daily attendance, sick days and vacation days taken;
Monitor market periodically to ensure that Temple benefits are in line with other Temples and non-profit organizations of comparable size.
Manage the Temple�s property, casualty and health insurance policies working with the Executive Director and applicable Board committees and officers.


Daily Accounting Operations

Establish and maintain relationship as primary contact for auditors, bank account officers and financial brokers;
Implement and maintain enforcement of accounting process and procedures;
Supervise the collection of accounts receivable by monitoring the accounts receivable aging, coordinating with various Temple departments and communicating as appropriate with congregants. Manage, effectively delegate and, when necessary, personally handle the following:
o Accounts receivables and payables;
o Check receipts and deposits;
o Stock transfers.

Compliance, Record Keeping and Risk Management

Maintain corporate documents and ensure Temple complies with various reporting requirements of Federal and State agencies;
Ensure compliance of appropriate procedures for the receipt, recording and acknowledgement of marketable securities and other gift;
Review, develop and modify appropriate procedures, such as credit card use, gift-acceptance and emergency preparedness/backup as required.


Communications and Organization Relationships

Establish and cultivate collaborative working relationships with colleagues, both clergy and staff in all school and Temple offices, so that all provide and receive the support they need.
Establish and cultivate positive working relationships with the Board Treasurer and Assistant Treasurer and Budget and Audit Committees;
Prepare management reports and financial analyses and present to the Board and Executive Committee in clear, concise and cogent fashion so all are able to understand the crucial financial issues facing the congregation each month;
Generate and/or validate all necessary employee communications on HR issues and plan changes;
Ensure effective and timely response to accounting, HR and benefits requests;
Communicate all financial procedures, processes and changes effectively and in a timely manner.

Other duties as assigned.





QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE

Undergraduate degree required; graduate degree preferred;
CPA certification highly desired;
Strong accounting skills, preferably at least 10 years in public accounting or comparable positions in private or non-profit sectors;
Fund-accounting experience required;
Significant management experience, preferably supervising multiple functions as well as accounting personnel;
Extensive technology background, able to function at a high intermediate level in spreadsheet preparation;
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, and Outlook) required; experience with MIP (Accounts Payable) and IMIS (Accounts Receivable) a plus;
Excellent communication skills, both written and oral;
Outstanding interpersonal skills, including responsiveness, teamwork and follow-through; flexibility essential; sense of humor highly prized;
Ability to prioritize and perform well under pressure in a busy environment.


BACKGROUND
The mission of Temple Shaaray Tefila is to provide the means for our congregational community to nurture and to continue its life-long involvement in Judaism by instilling a love of our heritage, a shared connection within the warmth of worship, a devotion to community, and a renewed strength in our Jewish identity. We are a congregation of approximately 1300 member families located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Here at Shaaray Tefila, we view ourselves as a traditionally oriented synagogue affiliated with Reform Judaism. We love and honor Jewish tradition, and hope that any Jew, from whatever background, will feel at home with us.
Contact Information


Temple Shaaray Tefila
250 East 79 Street
New York, NY
hr@tstnyc.org
http://www.shaaraytefilanyc.org

• Location: Manhattan, 250 East 79 Street


Posted: Wednesday, November 19, 2014 8:16 AM

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Organizational Overview:

Waterkeeper Alliance is a global environmental movement uniting more than 230 Waterkeeper organizations around the world and focusing citizen advocacy on the issues that affect our waterways, from pollution to climate change. Waterkeepers patrol more than 2 million square miles of rivers, streams and coastlines in the Americas, Europe, Australia, Asia and Africa. For more information, please visit our website at www.waterkeeper.org and/or read The Riverkeepers by John Cronin and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

Position Summary:

The position works under the direction of both the Director of Operations and Deputy Director. S/he is responsible for executing day-to-day financial transactions, including cash receipts, A/P, A/R, expense reimbursement and bank and payroll reconciliations. S/he is responsible for aiding in providing financial information for grant writing and grant reporting and is also responsible for ensuring that the financial processes are as efficient as possible and in keeping with GAAP and all Waterkeeper finance and administration policies. S/he will assist in audit and tax preparation and the preparation of Board reports. S/he researches vendor inquiries and handles special financial reporting requirements as necessary. This position includes Development functions as assigned.

Primary Responsibilities

Coordinate accounts payable, including routing invoices for approval, coding invoices, entering data into QuickBooks, printing payments, routing checks for signature and mailing to vendors;
Prepare daily deposits as needed and assist in monthly reconciliation between Development and Finance;
Prepare monthly journal entries for General Ledger;
Process employee reimbursements and credit card reconciliation, ensuring that all policies are followed;
Prepare worksheets and reconcile all balance sheet accounts;
Establish and adhere to monthly financial process and close schedule;
Prepare annual 1099 tax forms;
Prepare invoices;
Assure that all bills are paid in a timely manner, deposits made regularly and that any unclaimed funds are collected and accounted for;
Provide detailed vendor and expense reports as needed;
Maintain chart of accounts and adjust based on needs of organization;
Aid in tracking of restricted funding;
Work with Operations Director to maintain the organization's fiscal health and high-quality standing;
Maintain and prepare, any records or schedules for payroll services, benefits administration, taxes and audits;
Periodically archive and dispose of files in accordance with document management and retention policy;
Proactively identify ways to improve processes, efficiency and effectiveness of operation;
Administrative tasks for both departments; and
Perform other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications

Vocational/Technical Training or Associates Degree required, Bachelor's Degree (Discipline, if specific) BSBA/Accounting preferred;
One to three years professional experience required, Three to five years preferred;
Proficiency in Excel, Word, QuickBooks and web-based interfaces required;
An understanding of GAAP for nonprofit organizations and experience working in computerized accounting (QuickBooks);
Ability to organize, set up and manage a standard filing system for all accounting records and work well under pressure, set schedules and meet deadlines;
Ability to be articulate, learn new skills quickly, and explain procedures clearly, as well as maintain current documentation for all financial procedures;
Commitment to strive for measurable improvements made in systems and/or processes; and
Proficiency with Microsoft Excel and QuickBooks software is required.

Job type: Part time.

Compensation: Competitive non-profit salary, commensurate with experience.

Start date:Immediate.

Applications: Send cover letter, resume, and references to careers@waterkeeper.org.
No phone calls please.


Waterkeeper Alliance provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, military status, or status as a Vietnam-era or special disabled veteran.

Waterkeeper is a registered trademark of Waterkeeper Alliance, Inc.

• Location: Manhattan, 17 Battery Place Suite 1329, New York


Posted: Tuesday, November 18, 2014 12:14 AM

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Salary: Competitive Base + Bonus
Location: New York, NY, USA
Job Type: Permanent, Full time
Company: Michael Page International - US
Updated on: 04 Sep 14

17 people have applied to this job

Contribute subject matter expertise, project management and analysis to support successful execution of Capital Markets Operations initiatives. Participate in projects that may involve any/all of the following drivers: operational risk management, quality improvement, regulatory soundness, cost reduction, process re-engineering and technology enhancement / introduction.


PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

Participate in project teams of various sizes.
Offer Operations subject matter expertise to project teams.
Perform analysis of data, processes and systems.
Research, identify and document requirements.
Formulate, propose and implement solutions.
Work efficiently with a view to high-quality work product and quick time-to-market solutions.
Liaise with Operations management and staff to understand their roles and challenges.
Liaise with IT management and staff to interpret / clarify requirements.
Support system testing and creation of user documentation.
Build strong, long-term relationships within Operations and throughout the RBC organization.
Constantly seek to improve own capacity, skills and expertise.



REQUIRED:

Minimum Bachelor's degree or equivalent
Minimum 8 years experience in US Capital Markets Broker/Dealer Operations
Prior and demonstrated experience in formal project management / change management
Advanced experience in the spectrum of Capital Markets products (incl. Equities, Fixed Income and Listed & OTC Derivatives)
Advanced experience in the Fixed Income product space
Prior knowledge and experience with Broadridge (i.e. formerly ADP) family of products (eg. BPS, Impact, GPS, AOM, Gloss & PostEdge)

PREFERRED:

Experience in the areas of funding, margin and collateral management in the context of Broker-Dealer Operations
Demonstrated success in the execution of Operations-related projects
Comfortable managing a portfolio of projects with competing priorities
Experience with Six Sigma and LEAN methodologies
Excellent communication skills
Strong analytical, logical and problem-solving skills
Ability to lead and influence
Results / execution-focused orientation
Expertise with standard analytics / data manipulation tools (eg. Excel, Access, SQL, Monarch)
Ability to acquire and apply new / enhanced subject matter expertise



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• Location: Manhattan, 405 Lexington Avenue


Posted: Monday, November 17, 2014 9:07 PM



Fund Accountants (Job Number: 1412016)
BNY Mellon is a global investments company dedicated to helping its clients manage and service their financial assets throughout the investment lifecycle. Whether providing financial services for institutions, corporations or individual investors, BNY Mellon delivers informed investment management and investment services in 35 countries and more than 100 markets. BNY Mellon can act as a single point of contact for clients looking to create, trade, hold, manage, service, distribute or restructure investments. Additional information is available at bnymellon.
BNY Mellon Asset Servicing is dedicated to dynamically supporting our clients investments and safeguarding their assets, keeping them working around the clock and across the world. Its part of our commitment to being a true partner for our clients investment success. We specialize in operational solutions and capabilities for todays market:enhancing the management and administration of investments with services that process, monitor and measure investment data from around the world. By leveraging BNY Mellons global footprint and deep expertise, we deliver insight:driven solutions for every phase of investing.
Description
Oversees all activity in the trusts, perform custodial and fund accounting functions. Responsible for maintaining accounting records relating to a specific group of UITs in accordance with trust indenture and department policies and procedures. Responsible for liquidation of portfolios, termination of trusts, reconciliation, processing corporate actions and reinvestment of distribution income. Good knowledge of internal systems and procedures (ie., Income collection, financial reporting, tax control, technology, transfer agency, etc.) Responsible for cash and asset reconciliations, accounting, daily NAV generation, deposit of new trusts, issue resolution, monitoring overdrafts, and ad hoc reporting. Identify and communicate any issues that affect the accuracy of the account records.
Qualifications
Minimum and Preferred Education: Minimum 4 year degree (on exception, possible to enter with a 2 year degree). Minimum and Preferred Experience: Is an entry:level position.
BNY Mellon is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Minorities/Females/Individuals With Disabilities/Protected Veterans.
Primary Location: Brooklyn, NY, US
Other Location: ,,
Internal Jobcode: 25160
Job: Asset Servicing
Organization: GFI Client Service Delivery:HR08950

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• Location: Brooklyn


Posted: Monday, November 17, 2014 11:16 AM


An elite bank in Midtown, Manhattan is looking to build out its team with a Trust Account Officer. This is an initial 6 month contract, which has a strong chance of becoming a permanent position.
Overall Job Summary:
* Administers a portfolio of Custody account relationships within a specific business in compliance with pertinent documentation and/or customer direction, Company policies and external regulations. Provides high quality service to customers and develops new relationships.
Primary Responsibilities/Essential Functions:
1 Administer a portfolio of custody account relationships within a specific custody business in accordance with controlling documentation and/or customer direction, company policies and external regulations. May monitor and collect receivables, as well as invest funds.
2 Communicate and meet with customers on a pro:active basis and respond to their inquiries in a timely and accurate manner according to established quality service standards.
3 Expand customer account relationships through sale and/or referral of additional products and services to increase fee:based income; cross:sell other company products and provide referrals to other areas of the company as appropriate. Accompany higher level administrators on calls to largest and/or most important customers as required.
4 Ensure completeness and compliance of underlying documentation on new and existing relationships to protect company and customer interests
5 develop new profitable current and future fee relationships through a network of referral sources
6 support the companys diversity programs. Adhere strictly to compliance and operational risk controls in accordance with HSBC and regulatory standards, policies and practices; report control weaknesses, compliance breaches and operational loss events.
7 To maintain the banks internal control standards, including timely implementation of internal and external audit points together with any issues raised by external regulators. Any failures to comply with the above should be reflected in year end performance assessments.
Skill requirements:
1 Minimum 4 years proven and progressive trust administration experience or equivalent
2 Bachelors degree in business, related field or equivalent experience
3 Proven communications, analytical, customer service and problem solving skills
4 Knowledge of regulations affecting area of responsibility
5 Proficiency with personal computers as well as pertiniet mainframe systems and software packages
6 Familiarity with investment markets and concepts and ability to discuss investment results with customers

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• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Monday, November 17, 2014 9:02 AM

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