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Posted: Tuesday, October 21, 2014 12:16 PM

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Hiring now: Business Valuation Analyst - Manager

Our business valuation practice specializes in the valuation of closely held businesses and forensic accounting investigations. We perform these services in a variety of instances, including but not limited to matrimonial actions, shareholder disputes, tax cases, and other litigation support purposes.

We currently have a career opportunity for a highly motivated individual in our New York City office. The ideal candidate should hold a CPA, business valuation and forensic accounting credential(s), and have a minimum of 5 years’ experience. Candidates seeking certification will be considered.

Qualified candidates must possess a broad range of finance, accounting, and business knowledge, and be proficient in the application of recognized business valuation methodologies and forensic accounting analysis. Exceptional oral and writing skills a must.

Our staff enjoys considerable independence in developing and pursuing their career objectives. This position is best for an experienced valuation specialist with an entrepreneurial spirit.

To apply go to:

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Tuesday, October 21, 2014 11:09 AM

Empresa de construccion necesita personal con experiencia para pegar: bloques, ladrillos, y piedras.. Solo personas con experiencia, serias y responsables, para trabajar en todo el condado de whestchester.. Comunicarse con el Senor Xavier al numero: 914-382-5617..

• Location: Westchester, Whestchester

Posted: Tuesday, October 21, 2014 12:13 AM

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Magaschoni Apparel Group
525 Seventh Avenue floor 21
New York, NY
We are a Seventh Avenue women's apparel company that specializes in knitwear. But we do design and sell woven's also.
We are a small company here in NYC but have a larger office in Hong Kong and Shangkai. But being a small office you will get to see all aspects of a New York fashion company.
General support and assistance within the accounting department as necessary. This may include, but is not limited to:
• Preparation or processing of weekly A/P
• Reconciliation and processing of finished goods purchase invoices
• Customer invoicing
• Customer account research and reconciliation
• Bank and factor reconciliations
All candidates must be completely computer literate and comfortable with computers and have good English speaking skills. Must have an accounting background.

• Location: Manhattan, 525 Seventh Avenue floor 21

Posted: Tuesday, October 21, 2014 12:13 AM

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About the Job


NYC based residential owner/​mgr seeks CPA for Multi-Family (HUD) Property Controller position.​ Responsibilities include supervision of all accounting functions & A/​R A/​P Dept's operational & internal controls, review & implementation of accounting procedures, workpaper preparation, general ledger maintenance & assistance to outside accountants in connection w/​year-end audits, prepare internal financial stmts & consolidations, handle workers comp & payroll audits.​ Should possess 7-10 yrs of public/​private Real Estate exp & knowledge of HUD accounting & filing requirements.​ Must have a CPA.​ Familiarity w/​inter-company & affiliate accounting a plus.​


• Location: Queens

Posted: Tuesday, October 21, 2014 12:13 AM

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Buro Koray Duman Architects
New York, NY
United States
Position Level
Experienced (Non-Manager)
Education Requirement
4-Year Degree
Position Type
Part Time Permanent
Application Deadline
Growing architecture firm in Manhattan is seeking a Part-time Bookkeeper with a design firm background to perform in-house accounting duties.

This is currently an hourly position working 6-8 hours every other week.

We would like somebody who is very organized and can work quietly and efficiently. This is a small office, so remaining discreet is key.

Job Responsibilities:
• General Accounting Responsibilities including financial and income statement preparation
• Invoicing, accounts receivable reporting and coordination of collection efforts as needed
• Consultant and client contract and reimbursable expenses tracking
• Vendor management and accounts payable
• Preparing project cost accounting reports in Excel
• Cash reporting
• Fulfill bank reporting requirements and reconciliations
• Coordinate with outside Accountant
• Coordinate with Studio Manager to ensure adequate financial support of office
• AR/AP reports and check runs
• Project invoicing

• 5+ years of accounting experience, including general ledger accounting experience
• Must have 2+ years in a design/architecture related firm
• Strong competency with standard bookkeeping concepts, practices and procedures
• Attention to detail and strong organizational skills
• Strong time management skills
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• The ability to initiate process improvements
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office systems
• Knowledge of Quickbooks Online

Application Instructions
Please forward your resume, a short cover letter with a summary of qualifications as they apply to this position, availability, and hourly pay requirements in PDF format to:

• Location: Manhattan, 866 Sixth Avenue

Posted: Tuesday, October 21, 2014 12:13 AM

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CMR & Associates, Inc.
411 East 53rd Street
New York, NY
Mid- Town Manhattan - New York 2-days per-week

Administrative Assistant to founder and CEO of a boutique international consulting firm. Specialties in corporate Retirement Plans, Group Benefit and Property/Casualty programs. Opportunity to work with a proprietary database of 10,000 brokers, specialists and providers representing over 120 countries. Inventors of a proprietary database (The CMR Database) so far has saved clients over $120m
Primary Responsibilities:

1. Create and modify client documents and proposals using Microsoft Office, Excel Reports, Gantt Charts, Pipelines, Company Reports, PowerPoint Presentations, etc.
2. Maintain hard copy files and electronic filing system.
3. General clerical duties including but not limited to: filing, copying, faxing, mailing, office supplies, etc.
4. Basic bookkeeping a plus.
5. Work with founder and CEO.

Secondary Responsibilities:

1. Website management (editing, updates, anti-virus, etc.). Assist with SEO projects.
2. Research and update our existing proprietary database and provide data entry (from industry publications, company websites, libraries, etc.) of 10,000 brokers, advisors and industry specialists in 120 countries.
3. Maintain office supply inventory and various ad hoc projects.

Tertiary Responsibilities:

1. Troubleshoot minor office technical issues (printers, Canon photo machine, computers).
2. Backing up of files (every 3 months).
3. Pick up mail - open and organize for bill payment and filing.

• Experience with administrative/office management required.
• Ability to type at least 65 wpm.
• Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Outlook)
• Good organizational skills (electronic and manual).
• Detail Oriented and ability to Multi-task.
• Experience working with databases a plus.
• Bookkeeping Skills a plus (QuickBooks).
• Minimum of Associates Degree - Bachelor's degree a plus (current undergraduate or recent graduates welcome).

• Location: Manhattan, 445 Park Avenue, 9th Floor, New York, NY

Posted: Monday, October 20, 2014 4:15 PM

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New York, NY
United States
Position Level
Experienced (Non-Manager)
Education Requirement
4-Year Degree
Position Type
Part Time Permanent
Application Deadline
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

• 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
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
Subject line: Fiscal Associate Position

ArtsConnection, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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

Posted: Monday, October 20, 2014 11:27 AM

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JASA's mission is to sustain and enrich the lives of the aging in the New York metropolitan area so that they can remain in the community with dignity and autonomy.

Founded in 1968, JASA is one of New York's largest and most-trusted agencies serving tens of thousands of older adults in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Long Island. JASA provides life sustaining programs for seniors and peace of mind for their families and friends.

Job description

Excellent opportunity to serve as the Director of Financial Planning with JASA, metropolitan New York's largest not-for-profit organization serving the aging population.

Job Summary:

Position is responsible for directing the financial planning and analysis function for JASA and all affiliates.

Key responsibilities include:

Directing the development of annual budget and periodic re-forecasts and projections.
Budgets for individual programs and funding applications.
Analyzing results and identification of trends as well as remedial action plans for program and senior management's consideration.
Cash flow projections.
Position requires a hands-on approach and close collaboration with program managers to understand the nature and financial drivers of services offered as well as funding/contractual requirements.

Successful manager must enjoy working independently in a fast-paced, developing and expanding organization dedicated to serving New York's seniors.

Other Duties and Responsibilities:

Assist JASA Management with RFP preparations, grant applications, contract renewals and other reports.
Monitor contract requirements; respond to contract/budget modification requests.
Review and analyze program budget vs. actual reports; work with various programs and departments to minimize the differences.
Prepare surveys from NYC, NYS, Census Bureau Reports, NYC Vendex and other requests for agency information.
Assist Finance Director in the preparation of ad hoc financial analyses and reports.
Assist Finance team in identifying improved financial reporting processes better utilizing available or future systems infrastructure.
Supervision and development of Budget Coordinator and Contract Accountants.
Oversee and review budget modifications and other changes submitted to the grantees.
Review expense reimbursement claims for HRA for accuracy and accordance to funder's requirements.

Required Skills

BS degree required (preferably in Finance or Accounting).
MBA or equivalent preferred.
7+ years of general budgeting/financial planning/accounting/financial analysis experience or equivalent.
Solid written and verbal communication skills.
Knowledge of MS SL7 and MS Forecaster programs preferred.
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite applications particularly EXCEL.
Ability to analyze financial data and prepare ad hoc reports.

Subject to review for purposes of ADAAA

JASA is committed to Equal Opportunity Employment

How to apply

Please send your cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Please indicate "Director of Financial Planning" in the subject line.

• Location: Manhattan, 247 West 37th Street, 9th Floor, New Yor

Posted: Monday, October 20, 2014 12:10 AM

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Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA)

MOCA’s mission is to celebrate the living history of the Chinese experience in America, to inspire our diverse communities to contribute to America’s evolving cultural narrative and civil society, and to empower and bridge our communities across generations, ethnicities and geography through our dynamic stories. Our museum is a nonprofit educational and cultural institution dedicated to reclaiming, preserving, and interpreting the history and culture of Chinese and their descendants in the United States. Through an ongoing and historical dialogue that shapes MOCA’s collections, programs and exhibitions, people of all backgrounds are able to explore the diversity and complexity of American history and culture, while gaining unique access to the images, papers, oral histories and artifacts which document the story.
Job Summary

The Museum of Chinese in America is seeking an experienced Finance Manager to join its Operations team. Under the supervision of the Chief Operating Officer (COO), the individual will develop, manage and update budgets, as well as create and implement financial controls. In addition, the individual performs human resources operations functions to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and timely processing of payroll and benefits-related transactions, as well as the Museum’s policies and procedures. Fiscal integrity and discipline, as well as compliance, are cornerstones of the Museum’s daily operations.

Job Title: Finance Manager

Location: New York, NY

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: Commensurate with experience
Reports To

Chief Operating Officer

Essential Functions:

Finance & Accounting

Provide support to COO on budget development and reviews, financial management and reporting, audit and tax preparation and vendor management and negotiations.
Maintain fiscal controls and documentation to ensure accuracy and integrity.
Monitor and provide routine projections of gross income, operating expenses and net operating income.
Assist in analyzing investment activities and performance.
Oversee daily bookkeeping/accounting, including invoicing and bill payments, to ensure accurate and timely updates of accounts.
Generate, process and disperse Accounts Payables for Finance and Operations, including technology-related invoices.
Interface with onsite bookkeeping vendor representative to ensure timely and accurate processing of all financial transactions and reporting, and perform quality controls.
Coordinate and respond to reporting requests from funding and lending partners as well as department managers.
Reconcile Point-of-Sale (POS) and Online reports, balance deposits, make bank deposits, and submit reports to bookkeeper.
Reconcile monthly petty cash reports and provide to bookkeeper.
Develop and improve operational systems, processes and policies, in collaboration with COO, to ensure operational efficiency and effectiveness.
Communicate fiscal policies and procedures to staff, and provide training, as needed.

Human Resources Operations:

Assist COO with administration and processing of benefits and payroll.
Maintain personnel records and ensure compliance with HR policies and procedures.


Bachelor’s Degree with a major in accounting or relevant business area is required.
Minimum of three years of accounting, budgeting and financial reporting experience required.
Nonprofit accounting and human resources operations experience helpful.
Excellent interpersonal, communication, time management, and organizational skills required.
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, while handling and prioritizing multiple tasks to meet required deadlines.
Comfortable taking initiative and working with minimal supervision.
High level of proficiency in Excel, Word and QuickBooks required.


Salary: Commensurate with Experience

Health benefits, paid time off, 403(b) savings plan
How to Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume, along with salary requirements, to with “Finance Manager Search” in the subject line.

or mail documents to:

Finance Manager Search
Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA)
215 Centre Street
New York, NY 10013

The Museum of Chinese in America is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications will be accepted through November 30, 2014. Submissions without salary requirements will not be accepted.

No phone calls or recruiters please.

For more information about the Museum of Chinese in America, please visit our website:
Museum of Chinese in America

• Location: Manhattan, 215 Centre Street New York, NY 10013

Posted: Monday, October 20, 2014 12:10 AM

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Publication or Company Trent & Company, Inc. Marketing Communications
Industry Marketing, Public Relations, Social Media
Salary Competitive
Benefits Bonuses, Dental, Health
Job Duration Full Time
Job Location New York, NY
Experience Level 2 years
Job Requirements Contact us if youve been doing PR for 2-5 years and want to be invigorated and challenged.

AEs on the fast-track to growth will want to:

- Brainstorm creative ideas
- Execute effective media relations campaigns
- Aim for out-of-the-park media results
- Keep clients engaged and informed
- Motivate and inspire staff
- Present ideas in an entertaining way
- Be the go-to
- Make long-lasting contacts
- Stay ahead of news and trends

Creative Solutions - Outstanding Results

Special Instructions:
-Do not apply without PR AGENCY experience.
-Cover letter should include a brief outline of employment history

About Our Company Our team is hip, informed, savvy, and aggressive. We know PR can make a difference, beauty is maintainable, youth is returnable, health is restorable, fitness is a given, nutrition is a way of life, luxury is achievable, greening is a necessity and style is essential in everything you do. We are hard-working, results-oriented, self-motivated, and resourceful. Clients value our dependability, flexibility, diligence and can-do attitude.

Trent & Company is a 20+ year-old trendsetting, SOHO-based public relations firm specializing in beauty, fashion, health and fitness. Our environment is creative, fast, hands-on, fun, inspiring and challenging. We are known for starting trends, building categories within a marketplace, as an industry resource among media, and for improving the bottom line for our clients.

• Location: Manhattan, 594 Broadway, Suite 901, New York, NY

Posted: Monday, October 20, 2014 12:10 AM

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We are a growing international cosmetic packaging company in search of a young individual that we may train to fill a position of growing responsibility within our organization.

At first, this will be an entry level position involving clerical and administrative responsibilities reporting to the Finance Manager of the company.

The company offers a starting salary of $ 12/hour for a position involving a 35 hour work week, reporting daily Monday through Friday. the company intends to evaluate performance over a 6 month term in order to offer a permanent position to the right candidate.

The following is a brief detail of the opening job responsibilities:

1) Process paperwork and complete data entry related to accounts payable records.

2)Maintain Excel reporting for information relative to accounts payable aging, bank records, etc.

3)Must have a high comfort level with computers systems and be highly organized

to be trained as back up to current billing clerk.

Will have plenty of additional opportunities in related projects.

What you will learn;

How to develop a business relationship in the business world.

Positions opening immediately and it is a full time paid position

• Location: Queens, Richmond Hill, New York

Posted: Monday, October 20, 2014 12:10 AM

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Glen Cove, NY

About the Job
Small community bank in Glen Cove is seeking an experienced finance department accounting professional (minimum 3 years bank experience in finance department).​ Knowledge of fixed asset accounting, reconciliations, financial reporting and analysis (including Call Report and bank statement preparation), bond accounting and report writing.​ Undergraduate degree in accounting preferred.​ Salary commensurate with experience.​ Send resume with cover letter to

• Location: Long Island

Posted: Sunday, October 19, 2014 12:13 AM

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Temple Shaaray Tefila
New York, New York


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).

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.


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.

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

• Location: Manhattan, 250 East 79 Street

Posted: Sunday, October 19, 2014 12:13 AM

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Spartan Capital Securities, LLC.​

About the Job


Spartan Capital is now accepting applications for our newly expanded state of the art facility in the heart of the financial district as well as our location in Garden City, New York.​

We are building our financial force and looking for motivated candidates to join our team and build your career amongst highly talented and driven individuals, who are willing to work to help you grow!

Spartan Capital is committed to attracting, developing, and retaining the highest caliber talent and to fully leveraging that talent to consistently achieve strong business results.​

What Sets us Apart

Advisory and Insurance Service*
Investment Banking
Propriety Research
Competitive Compensation Packages
In Depth Training Program
Accelerated Payout Structure
Transitional Pay Assistance
Bonuses and Incentive Programs
Advisory Platform
State of the Art Technology
Competitive Work Environment

Whether you are a seasoned stockbroker or recently joined the financial industry, contact us today at to learn more about opportunities at Spartan Capital.​

*Through our affiliated firms SCS Advisory Services, LLC.​ and SCS Insurance Agency LLC.​

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Sunday, October 19, 2014 12:13 AM

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New York Life

About the Job

Career Description: Financial Advisors help clients identify and achieve their financial goals.​

New York Life is dedicated to prudent financial management, high quality products and impeccable service.​

In addition to superior life and annuity products, registered representatives can offer a comprehensive array of financial products and services to help clients develop a sound, long-term investment strategy.​

Through NYLIFE Securities,registered representatives have access to a variety of investment products including stocks, options, bonds, brokerage CDs, and over 13,000 mutual funds.​

Training, Support and Professional Development: New York Life offers a comprehensive three-year training program, full marketing support, as well as prospecting and technical assistance.​ Our mentoring programs give you the opportunity to work with highly successful, established agents and managers who will assist you in developing a clientele.​ New York Life provides the resources and ongoing support of a Fortune 100 company, with the freedom and autonomy of running your own practice.​
You will be in business for yourself - but never by yourself.​

Qualifications: We require highly motivated, entrepreneurial individuals who are willing to invest their time and energy into creating profitable and rewarding careers.​ The candidate we seek must possess uncompromising integrity and the ability to communicate complex ideas.​

Facts about New York Life: New York Life is among the strongest and most respected financial companies in America today.​ For 59 consecutive years, we have led the Million Dollar Round Table, with more members than any other financial institution in the world.​ New York Life has the highest possible ratings from each of the four major rating companies: A.​M.​ Best, Standard & Poor's, Moody's, and Fitch.​ New York Life has been recognized as one of the “50 best companies to launch a career” by BusinessWeek and as one of

“America’s Most Admired Companies” by Fortune Magazine.​ Locally our Boston General Office has been recognized by the Boston Globe as one of the “TOP PLACES TO WORK”

Mission: Our mission is to provide financial security and peace of mind through our insurance, annuity and investment products and services.​ By continuing to be a mutual company, we are uniquely aligned with our clients.​ By maintaining superior financial strength, we protect their future.​ By acting with integrity and humanity, we earn their trust and loyalty.​ Every decision we make, every action we take has one overriding purpose: To be here when our clients need us.​ That's why New York Life is The Company You Keep.​


Karen Berns

Recruiting Coordinator


• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Sunday, October 19, 2014 12:13 AM

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Salary: Competitive
Location: New York, NY, USA
Job Type: Permanent, Full time
Company: MKP Capital Management

SEC/FCA Registered Investment Advisor with over $8B in AUM is seeking a Compliance Associate with minimum of two (2) years’ experience to support Legal & Compliance team. The Associate will focus on administration of policies, procedures, and systems related to the Global Compliance program.

Job Responsibilities:

Support Compliance Officer to maintain firm’s entire compliance program.
Update and track the firm’s compliance calendar deliverables and regulatory filing obligations throughout the year (including US, UK and potential new jurisdiction).
Support all employees on the firms policies and practices, e.g., personal trading, gift reporting, compliance certifications, maintaining trading restricted list, compliance software.
Prepare regulatory filings relating to the firm’s various registrations; principally SEC, CFTC/NFA, FCA.
Coordinate and participate in compliance related committee meetings e.g., best execution, Form PF, etc.
Research legal/regulatory issues that arise due to change of law or change of business (e.g., marketing or trading in a new jurisdiction)
Understand and assist with communication of compliance policies (e.g., code of ethics, trade allocation, pay to play/state lobbying laws); generally under Compliance Officer’s oversight

Required Skills:

Bachelor’s degree.
Two (2) years or more relevant experience in a fast paced environment preferably at a registered investment advisor.
Strong knowledge and understanding of latest compliance events and the effect on the industry.
Superior written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills with clear articulation of concepts and ideas.
Highly organized with impeccable attention to detail.
Ability to manage multiple deadlines.
Comfortable interfacing with executive management, regulators, consultants and all employees.
Enthusiastic, high energy, with a service oriented approach and strong work ethic.
Knowledge of “world sky”, state pay-to-play and lobbying laws a plus.
Familiarity with FCA authorization a plus

• Location: Manhattan, 600 Lexington Avenue

Posted: Sunday, October 19, 2014 12:13 AM

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Salary: 140,000-200,000
Location: New York, NY, USA
Job Type: Permanent, Full time
Company: Robert Walters Associates Inc

Monitor, communicate and escalate to the Risk Manager and the broader risk team any issues that might arise in the areas of portfolio risk exposure, liquidity, security-level concerns as well as compliance with various investment guidelines for the multi-manager fund and its various underlying managers.

Duties & Responsibilities

 Monitor, communicate and escalate to the Risk Manager and the broader risk team any issues that might arise in the areas of portfolio risk exposure (measured across numerous fronts), liquidity, security-level concerns as well as compliance with various investment guidelines for both the multi-manager fund and its various underlying managers

 Take an integral part in the firm’s extensive interaction with various financial vendors on daily customized risk management and reporting solutions as well as the development and implementation of numerous ongoing analytical enhancements

 Continue the development and implementation of enhanced risk analytics for the firm’s increasing exposure to non-equity products (futures, FX, bonds, swaps)

 Liaise with prime brokers, managers and Prelude operations to reconcile all trade flow activity between the firm’s risk management systems and custodial reports (real-time and end-of-day)

 Prepare and distribute daily (as well as multiple intraday) internal risk reports/analyses

 Onboard new managers and custodians into the firm’s real-time customized automated risk analysis and reporting framework as well as assist with the integration of various manager trading platforms, as necessary


 3+ years of risk management experience with a multi-manager allocator or direct alternative investment vehicle (preferably with a hedge fund or proprietary trading firm)

 Experience with portfolio risk measurement techniques including options theory (Greeks), VaR and stress testing is required

 Advanced degree in a quantitative field (Financial Engineering preferred)

 Exceptional Excel and VBA skills

 Strong analytical skills, ability to work in a team environment, detail orientation, exceptional work ethic and strong interpersonal skills required

 Familiarity with various financial software solutions such as Bloomberg, Imagine Software and RiskMetrics is preferred, but not required

 Knowledge of SQL and databases as well as other programming experience is a plus

• Location: Manhattan, 7 Times Square, Suite 1606

Posted: Sunday, October 19, 2014 12:13 AM

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Salary: Highly Competitive
Location: New York, NY, USA
Job Type: Permanent, Full time
Company: Twenty Recruitment Group - US

Our client, a global investment bank, is seeking an AVP for their expanding Counterparty Risk Management team in New York.

The AVP will handle quantitative analysis on derivatives products to be traded by the bank to identify the impact they will make on their current portfolio. The AVP will focus primarily on fixed income, credit and equity derivative products. This is a highly visible position that requires regular interaction with senior management, front office and regulators/auditors on any risk related issues to the business.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of 3+ years of counterparty risk or market risk experience covering derivative products. Knowledge of Excel is a must with VBA & SQL being highly desirable. Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills. This is excellent opportunity to join a growing part of a complex global financial institution.

To learn more about our client and the above opportunity, please contact Mike La Rosa on 646 766 1211 or e-mail

• Location: Manhattan, New York, NY, USA

Posted: Sunday, October 19, 2014 12:13 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.


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.


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)


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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