Financial Reporting Manager
Financial Reporting Manager
Prepares annual and quarterly reports to lenders or shareholders, including the financial statements, footnotes, MD&A and other supplemental information, as required. Prepares monthly consolidated internal financial statements. Provides responsive, efficient, and effective support to external auditors to ensure the timely completion of audits. Leads the analysis and documentation of all technical accounting matters, to include to the adoption of new accounting standards, proposed transactions and new business activities. Assesses financial systems and processes in an effort to drive continuous improvement across the accounting and reporting organization. Leads projects as assigned and works with a high degree of independence.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Prepare, manage and review the Company’s external annual and quarterly reports to lenders and shareholders. Includes preparation of balance sheets, income statements, cash flows, and equity statements, footnotes, and MD&A. Perform technical research to ensure compliance with US GAAP accounting and reporting requirements and summarize findings as needed. This includes adoption of new accounting standards, proposed transactions and new business activities. Assist with facilitating and managing the annual audit and quarterly financial reviews. Prepares journal entries that record transactions such as stock-based compensation, acquisitions-purchase price allocations, and performs a wide variety of reconciliations and account analysis. Maintains equity and share roll forwards. Maintains reconciliation of investment is subsidiaries. Assumes other duties and responsibilities required or assigned by management. Adhering to the Code of Business Ethics is essential. We value honesty and integrity above all else and we expect our employees to be committed to the highest ethical standards.
RESPONSIBILITY FOR PROPERTY, FUNDS AND INFORMATION:
No direct responsibility for physical property or actual funds; however, recorded journal entries and records maintained may directly affect the recorded value of company assets and liabilities. Will have access to a significant volume of confidential reports and information.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, business administration, or related field required. CPA certification required. Minimum of 4 years of public accounting experience, Big 4 preferred. Minimum of 7 – 10 years progressive experience in accounting, financial reporting, or related roles. Strong technical accounting and SEC reporting skills; advanced ability to research technical accounting issues and communicate complex findings and financial information. Experience with purchase accounting preferred. Finance experience (capital markets, treasury, M&A, hedging, etc.) are a plus. Advanced knowledge of financial statement, footnote and MD&A preparation is required. Advanced Excel skills and experience with Microsoft Dynamics AX or similar program is required.
WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Typical office environment, generally sedentary position using computers, calculators, phones, and other office equipment. This position works in a fast-paced, rapidly changing work environment. The ability to manage stress, build professional and collaborative relationships, and reason through complex business situations is essential. A valid drivers license and acceptable MVR are required due to minimal travel requirements.