Senior Fund Accountant

Washington, DC

Requirements

 

  • Work collaboratively to manage and maintain the day-to-day books and records of the management company including A/P processing, expenses report review, various miscellaneous projects
  • Prepare journal entries and bank reconciliations
  • Assist the CFO/CCO in building the firm’s compliance program
  • Prepare bank level compliance documents
  • Maintain and improve an audit-quality monthly close and financial statement process
  • Create and manage financial planning and analysis models to drive internal and external decision making
  • Maintain budgets and cash forecasts to identify corporate financial objectives and ensure prudent management of liquidity
  • Assist with fundraising (prepare decks and supporting calculations)
  • Prepare and submit 1099s and sales/use tax
  • Maintain partnership database in Salesforce
  • Develop and enhance monthly, quarterly, and annual reports, sourcing relevant benchmarks, for management to utilize in the assessment of investment and fund level performance
  • Monitor industry best practices, and recommend and implement enhancements to accounting systems, internal controls, and investor reports
  • Support 3rd party with preparation of tax returns and fund level audit

 

Requirements

 

  • Minimum of 3-5 years of auditing, accounting, tax, finance or fund administration experience
  • Undergraduate degree in accounting or related field
  • Technically savvy with a broad-based knowledge of Microsoft software applications and at least one accounting software
  • Knowledge of GAAP
  • Respectful of highly sensitive financial data

 

 

 

 

 

Note: Qualified candidates will be contacted within 2 business days of application. If an applicant does not meet the above criteria, we will keep your resume on file for future opportunities and may contact you for further discussion.

Date Posted 2/10/2021
Salary $85,000 - $105,000 + bonus






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