locations Remote Location
time type Full time
job requisition id R91316
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Department: Student Life | Association of College and University Housing Officers International
This team member performs basic to moderately complex accounting activities in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and standards, as well as on the cash basis, for three ACUHO-I related entities and one small, affiliated region, to control the organizations’ financial resources and ensure compliance with all relevant regulations, laws, and reporting requirements, as well as monitoring transactions in accordance with internal governance and management policies. Job responsibilities include reconciling accounts, posting journal entries, maintaining deferred revenue and prepaid schedules, maintaining accurate general ledger, preparing accurate and comprehensive financial statements for all organizations according to an ongoing schedule so that senior management has accurate and timely information for making financial decisions.
These reports may include profit and loss statements, balance sheets, depreciation statements, cash flow, subsidiary ledgers, regulatory reports and filings. This position is the primary point of focus for the incorporation of transactions and transactional processes into the general ledger or some other accounting and/or reporting system and serves as a liaison between department leadership. May provide technical accounting advice for functional or operational area managers to help them develop revenue and expense budgets, understand financial reports, and manage their financial responsibilities.
This position is integral to the preparation and monitoring of ongoing key performance indicators, preparing weekly business highlights, and membership analysis reports for dissemination to staff. Familiarity with fund accounting management of restricted endowment funds, campaign management and reporting, processing of Foundation donations, pledges, and ongoing pledge management. Weekly or as needed processing of bank deposits for all entities, payables, management of intercompany receivables and payables, and credit card reconciliations for both incoming payments and expenses incurred by board and staff.
Responsible for merchant account management, physical year-end inventory reconciliation and recording of cost of goods sold entries as well as calculation of annual book royalty payments. Assistance with preparation of annual audit schedules, tax donation letters, and issuance/filing of 1099’s and 1096’s. Responsible for preparation of timely and accurate monthly bank reconciliations and recording of investment activity. The team member in this position also assist with customer service on a rotating basis.
Career Roadmap Designation
Sub Function: Accounting
Career Band: Individual Contributor – Specialized
Career Level: S
Target hiring salary: $49,800-66,400.
This position will be located at our Columbus, Ohio headquarters, which is just east of Ohio State’s main campus with the opportunity for a hybrid or fully virtual work arrangement.
ACUHO-I is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to creating and supporting a diverse and inclusive environment for all employees.
Location: Remote Location
Position Type: Regular
Scheduled Hours: 40
Shift: First Shift
Final candidates are subject to successful completion of a background check. A drug screen or physical may be required during the post offer process.
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