Senior Accountant

Girls Who Code

About the organization

Girls Who Code is a nonprofit organization which aims to support and increase the number of women in computer science by equipping young women with the necessary computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities.

Duties

Support all aspects of accounting and financial planning analysis
Ownership of annual audit and work with independent auditors
Maintain and enforce strong accounting controls
Review and recommend modifications to accounting systems and procedures
Work closely with the Accounting Associate to reconcile key balance sheet accounts and produce error free accounting reports
Regular analysis and reporting of financial results to internal teams and board of directors
Nonprofit grant accounting, reporting and record keeping
Plan and prepare annual budget
Partner with People & Culture department on payroll projects like registering in new states and countries, reviewing filings, etc
Complete state regulatory and tax requirements such as charities filings and payroll reports
Perform ad hoc projects as directed by the CFO and/or Controller

Qualifications

5+ years experience in accounting/bookkeeping, preferably in businesses with at least $10 million of revenue
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance
Previous experience and fluency in using NetSuite a plus
Strong affinity for web-based apps and streamlining/automating workflows
Existing expertise with Expensify, bill.com, TPI, Salesforce, Docusign and other automation tools is strongly preferred
Internal customer-service orientation and attitude
Impeccable integrity and trustworthiness, with an ability to handle sensitive information and situations effectively and confidentially
Analytical, proactive and able to solve problems quickly
Demonstrated respect for diversity and multicultural sensitivity

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

Girls Who Code is looking for an experienced Senior Accountant to handle all aspects of its accounting operations and financial planning & analysis. Girls Who Code is a nonprofit with a $20 million-plus annual budget, and has operations that are growing internationally.

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