Manage multiple general accounting functions. (Functions may include any of the following operations: financial reporting, cash, investments, accounts receivable, accounts payable, fixed assets, etc.)
Assist in management of close activities, including performing and reviewing reconciliations, and providing guidance on financial reporting.
Assist in leading year-end closing and preparation for annual financial statement audit. Prepare and review audit schedules. Assist in preparation of consolidated financial statements and footnotes. Work with external accounting firm to answer questions, perform follow-up, etc.
Assist in preparation of the Form 990 and other required tax filings.
Manage administration of the following:
Approximately $600 million revenue distribution program to association membership.
Various grant and scholarship programs.
Act as financial liaison to assigned departments throughout the national office. Offer accounting and budget support to cost center managers and fiscal officers.
Assist with new system implementations or upgrades from a functional perspective.
Administer formal and informal performance-related feedback to staff.
Special projects as assigned.
Preferred Qualifications and Minimum Requirements.
The position requires a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a certified public accounting (CPA) license.
Five to seven years of experience in accounting.
Management experience is preferred.
Must have the ability to communicate effectively (both verbally and in writing)
Good organizational skills
Working knowledge of automated accounting systems (Microsoft Dynamics experience preferred)
Financial reporting experience.
Must have advanced Microsoft Excel skills and a track record of continuous improvement.
Public accounting (audit) experience is strongly preferred.
The NCAA national office is the staff and the bricks-and-mortar office building in Indianapolis. The 500-plus employees at the national office provide advice and counsel to the governance and playing rules committees, interpret legislation, enforce NCAA bylaws, provide legal advice, run championships, administer education and youth programs and communicate with the NCAA membership and the public.