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Accounting Supervisor (CPA Required)

Washington, DC
The National Association of Broadcasters is the voice for the nation's radio and television broadcasters. As the premier trade association for broadcasters, NAB advances the interests of our members in federal government, industry and public affairs; improves the quality and profitability of broadcasting; encourages content and technology innovation; and spotlights the important and unique ways stations serve their communities. NAB delivers value to our members through advocacy, education and innovation. Broadcasters’ dedication to helping their communities is what sets them apart from other mediums. Every day across America, local radio and television stations raise millions of dollars for charity, assist in rescuing kidnapped children with AMBER Alerts and create awareness about important health and safety issues. Americans rely on their favorite local stations for the news they can trust, and broadcasters are delivering their valuable content online and through social media, ensuring their viewers are always connected and informed. Position Summary: The Accounting Supervisor will work under the supervision of the Assistant Controller and supervise Senior Accountants. This position is responsible for overseeing membership-related accounting duties including journal entries, billing, member account management, account reconciliations, preparation of financial reports, assisting with ERP implementations, and other related tasks. The position requires a strong understanding of GAAP, full-cycle accounting, an ability to review and analyze information, and develop an understanding of NAB and it’s financial reporting. Join a team of motivated professionals in a position that offers potential for career growth. Key Responsibilities: Act as a primary advisor to assigned departments on proper recording of financial transactions and finance team processes Support the budgeting and forecasting cycles by collaborating with assigned departments and assisting in the overall process Prepare monthly journal entries as needed, including monthly adjusting entries, accruals, and other recurring transactions Contribute to the monthly general ledger close and reporting process Perform analysis of monthly balance sheet and statement of activities to ensure proper recording of financial transactions Support the audit process by preparing PBC assigned items, schedules, and respond to audit inquiries in a timely manner Produce ad-hoc financial reports from the General Ledger Assist with ensuring compliance with finance policies and procedures Ensure membership billing, cash application, billing adjustments, and monthly close responsibilities are completed timely and accurately Seek opportunities to streamline and improve accounting transactions Develop and document business processes and accounting policies to maintain and strengthen internal controls Contribute to implementation of additional accounting modules and add on/new financials systems (automation/ERP) Lead special projects as assigned Requirements Undergraduate degree in Accounting C.P.A. required 3-5 years of experience in non-profit finance and accounting, preferably a large trade association Big-4 experience a plus Strong understanding and application of US GAAP Strong oral and written interpersonal skills Microsoft Excel skills to include VLOOKUP, pivot table, etc. Strong PC skills including working knowledge of Excel and ERP software Experience with Salesforce Nimble, Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains, Sage Intacct, Ariett, Bill.com, Adaptive, or SAP Concur a plus. Ability to make decisions, appear for work on time, follow directions, interact well with co-workers, understand and follow posted work rules/procedures Be able to deliver under pressure and meet established deadlines Ability to work independently in a highly organized manner and demonstrate sound judgement Organization, attention to detail and the ability to analyze data The National Association of Broadcasters follows EEOC guidelines and is Equal Opportunity Employer.