Reporting to the Senior Financial Controller of Alpha Chi Omega, the Senior Financial Analyst is primarily responsible for the cash, investment, debt management and risk management of the Alpha Chi Omega National Housing Corporation (NHC) and Pearl Stone Partners, LLC.
Key Duties include:
Accountable for treasury functions including cash, investment and debt.
Support and assist with audit preparation at fiscal year-end according to outside audit requirements.
Review month-end closing activities including account analysis, banking reconciliations and recording of journal entries into the general ledger system.
Responsible for property/facility transactions including purchases, transfers and sale of property including maintenance and retention of all pertinent documents.
Audits internal processes (AP, AR, Billhighway) and ensures internal controls.
Provides presentation of financials and other reports/analyses to management and boards as directed.
Accountable for reviewing complex financial models and pro formas for new and existing housing initiatives and all capital expenditures; monitors development and maintenance.
Manages annual insurance risk management renewal process and activities within the organization.
Develops and executes short- and long-term goals, plans and budgets based on the organization's strategic plan and management objectives.
Champions the cost-effective management of organizational assets and resources and leads by example within the finance team.
Performs other special assignments and responsibilities as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree with major field of study in Accounting, Business Administration or Finance.
Minimum of five (5) years of progressive, professional experience in accounting and finance.
Strong service orientation, effective presentation skills, professionalism, confidentiality and discretion.
Outstanding verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent organizational skills, self-discipline and attention to detail.
Works with sense of urgency and is able to manage multiple initiatives simultaneously in a rapidly evolving environment.
Technically savvy with advanced computer skills. Proficiency with Microsoft Office products (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and technical aptitude to learn internal systems and required packages.
About Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Chi Omega is a values-driven women’s fraternity founded in 1885. As a nonprofit organization, it supports more than 200,000 living members in 142 college chapters and 193 alumnae chapters across the United States. The Fraternity is far more than a social organization, more than a place to live, or a way to meet people. Its mission is to enrich the lives of members through lifetime opportunities for friendship, leadership, learning and service.