Manage the accounting, budgeting and financial reporting processes for the association. Support the preparation of financial analysis of association operations for review by association management, the Governing Board and the Budget and Finance Committee.
Essential Job Functions
The essential job functions listed below represent the primary duties and responsibilities of this job. Other duties and responsibilities within the scope of this job may be assigned to the employee. These essential job functions may change from time to time based on the strategic and operational needs of the organization.
1.Lead all daily, weekly, monthly and other periodic financial operations, including payroll processing, to complete, analyze, reconcile, report and interpret accounting transactions and information with an emphasis on timely close of the accounting process each month, appraising operating results, variances, and other matters bearing on the fiscal soundness and operational effectiveness of the association. This includes providing timely reporting for relevant committees and for the association Governing Board.
2.Maintain the association’s system of accounts, including depreciation schedules, contracts, receivables write-off schedules and other foundational accounting records that impact accounting transactions and operations. Develop and maintain accounting policies and procedures.
3.Manage the preparation of the annual budget as well as the periodic forecast updates for the association, including budget and financial analysis and development of short and long-term financial goals.
4. Assist with the ongoing process improvement initiatives for the department. Identify, support, champion and provide guidance and leadership for the team as part of a change management process.
5. Manage strategic relationships, both internally and externally, to achieve appropriate levels of collaboration in responding to and addressing matters of the financial operations. This includes internal directors, managers, and staff across the association, as well as external auditors, insurance brokers, and banking partners.
Requires expertise typically acquired through completion of Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance and a minimum of seven years progressive, financial management work experience.
Requires familiarity with nonprofit accounting standards and requirements typically acquired through a minimum of 2 years in a senior accounting position for a non-profit organization.
Familiarity with MS Dynamics GP and iMIS is preferred, but not required.
Analytical: Ability to analyze and synthesize complex or diverse accounting information.
Problem solving: Ability to identify and resolve issues in timely manner.
Technological: Intermediate level expertise with Microsoft Office products (Excel, Word and Outlook) and automated accounting and payroll software.
To commit in achieving quality results under demanding time frames; to maintain high ethical standards; to prioritize and plan work activities, to use time efficiently and to develop realistic action plans; to exhibit sound and good judgment, to delegate work assignments, and to set expectations and monitor delegated activities.
The American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE)
Since its founding in 1941, the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) has been dedicated to advancing patient care and digestive health by promoting excellence and innovation in gastrointestinal endoscopy. ASGE, with more than 15,000 members worldwide, promotes the highest standards for endoscopic training and practice, fosters endoscopic research, recognizes distinguished contributions to endoscopy, and is the foremost resource for endoscopic education.
ASGE's Mission Statement is:
"To be the leader in advancing patient care and digestive health by promoting excellence and innovation in endoscopy"