Accounting / Finance Manager

Kforce has a client seeking an Accounting/Finance Manager in Brighton, Massachusetts (MA).Key Tasks:
Manage and report on financial goals
Develop and maintain financial management systems and internal controls
Maintain accounting controls by documenting schedules and backup to account for assets and liabilities
Prepare project financial analyses
Manage the pre-audit process and coordination of auditors during the annual audit
Maintain responsibility for bank accounts and manage operational cash flow
Ensure entries to general ledger accounts
Provide support on financial issues
Prepare or audit contract billing
Ensure that accounts are reconciled and balanced
Ensure processing of payroll, accounts payable and billings
Prepare financial forecasts
Ensure compliance with tax reporting
Manage all aspects of payroll, personnel recordkeeping and benefits administration
Ensure confidential maintenance of personnel records
Oversee all computer equipment and software
Manage external contractors related to IT support
Oversee vendor selection, vendor management, and all transaction activity
Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance required; Master's degree in Business Administration preferred
3-5 years of experience in accounting, business administration, or financial management, in a nonprofit setting preferred
Knowledge of GAAP
Knowledge of financial policies, regulations and reporting requirements governing nonprofit organizations
Excellent communication skills
Proficient with MS Office and QuickBooks and other computer applications
Kforce is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status. Compensation Type: Years Minimum Compensation: 70000.00 Maximum Compensation: 85000.00

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