Responsible for bank reconciliations, journal entries, account analysis and other daily accounting activities for both Society & Foundation. Gather, analyze record information in each accounting period that will be used in the preparation of financial statements, and financial analysis reports. This role reports to the Assistant Controller.
Journal Entries: Prepare, enter, review, and post various journal entries; i.e. payroll and related withholdings, credit card fees, corporate credit card expense, intracompany adjustments, postage and copier charges, accruals and reversals, and recurring entries, etc.
General ledger account analysis: Analyze various general ledger accounts for accuracy and providing proper documentation as required back up (i.e. prepaid accounts, miscellaneous receivables, accrued expenses, etc.). Researching any discrepancies in the accounts and correcting as necessary via journal entries.
Asset Acquisition Schedule: Maintain asset acquisition and prepare monthly depreciation entries using Asset Edge Software. Balance general ledger asset accounts to Asset Edge.
Banking: Online banking activity research which requires communication with other employees to gather and record any ACH activity. Review monthly ACH Chapter payment batch. Prepare complex monthly bank reconciliation for ASSE and Foundation. Work with the bank and credit card processors to resolve issues relating to questionable debit and credit activity.
Support: Provide support as needed to accounts payable and accounts receivable and support to departments that need assistance with account codes, purchase orders, etc. Will assist with the annual budget process, annual audit and 990 tax return preparation.
Supervision: Manage & supervise 60% of workload of staff accountant and part-time accounting assistant.
The American Society of Safety Engineers offers excellent benefits including medical, dental, life insurance, long term and short term disability insurance, 401(k) plan, vacation and sick time, professional development including tuition reimbursement, flexible work schedule and casual dress code.
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting. CPA a plus.
Minimum 4+ years of progressive accounting experience. Not for profit experience a plus.
Proficient with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook), accounting software, and online banking; knowledge of Intacct a plus.
Experience with complex bank reconciliations, fixed assets, month-end close work including journals & account reconciliations.
Experience with budgeting, inventory, multi-state taxes, year-end audit, and cash applications, a plus.
Exceptional attention to detail & accuracy.
Communication rapport to interact with a variety of personalities.
Excellent time management and organizational skills.
Able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
Ability to work M-F during normal business hours.
About American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE)
Founded in 1911, ASSE sets the standard for Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) excellence and ethics. Our Society connects over 37,000 OSH professionals around the world, creating a network of resources in 80 countries. We promote the expertise, leadership and commitment of our members, while providing them with professional development, advocacy and standards development.
We are a visible advocate for professionals through proactive government affairs at the federal and state levels, and in member-led relationships with key federal safety and health agencies. Our members create safer work environments by preventing workplace fatalities, injuries and illnesses.
Besides recording less lost time and lower worker compensation costs, organizations with strong safety performance enjoy increased productivity, a better reputation and higher employee satisfaction. Visit us at http://www.asse.org.