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Regent, L.P.,  BCM Manager

OVERVIEW -Regent is a global private equity firm focused on acquiring businesses and realizing exponential growth through operational improvements and strategic capital deployment. Since its inception, Regent has successfully acquired businesses from leading Fortune 500 and large-cap companies around the globe. Our investments span around the globe and operate in a wide array of industry verticals.

POSITION SUMMARY

The Manager of Banking and Cash Management is responsible for coordinating and managing banking, cash management, sales audit and accounts receivable. The role ensures accuracy of ledger accounts related to the above functions, forecasts related expenses and monitors internal controls. The BCM Manager maintains relationships with franchise partners, vendors, auditors and internal customers. The BCM manager will report to the Controller and typically manages one to two accountants.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Must possess ability to: - Manage global banking needs including treasury services, bank accounts, etc. - Manage sales audit function including balancing of cash, gift cards, credit cards and other tender types and related bank reconciliations - Manage international accounts receivable function including credit, collections, research and resolution - Coordinate cash flow forecasts and funding requirements - Ensure adherence with internal controls - Manage compliance requirements - Review and approve manual entries and systemic interfaces to general ledger - Review and approve monthly reporting and balance sheet reconciliations for quality and accuracy - Test and implement systems changes - Identify areas of opportunity and weakness as well as solutions for achieving optimal efficiency in a controlled environment

To Apply

Send a copy of your resume to Ani Abrahamyan at aabrahamyan@mco.com

 


Westfield Insurance - Treasury Operations Professional

 

OVERVIEW - BUILD YOUR FUTURE, WHILE PROTECTING THEIRS. Join a team where hard work pays off and original thinking is celebrated. As you build your future at Westfield, you will quickly learn that protecting our customer’s future is at the heart of what we do. We deliver on our promise to help restore lives and rebuild businesses when the unexpected happens.

 

POSITION SUMMARY - The Treasury Operations Professional supports the Treasury Operations department by performing the following: managing the execution of transactional processes, collecting and reviewing data, posting general journal entries, reconciling accounts (daily, monthly, quarterly or annually), reporting, and administering financial institutional relationships and various ongoing financing and treasury programs. With limited supervision performs assigned tasks and has latitude for decision making. Prepares various schedules related to, but not limited to the following areas: investments, cash, draft settlement, and treasury activities.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES - Included but not limited to

 

1. Serves as the initial contact for Treasury Operations servicing questions and provides problem resolution. This includes providing aid in understanding user entitlements and facilitating changes in treasury services with banking partners and other internal departments, as needed.

2. Takes directive in maintenance of data for securities on deposit pursuant to state and other requirements for multiple legal entities. Works closely with Investment Accounting in managing the portfolio of securities on deposit.

3. With limited supervision oversees the daily investment trading activity of multiple legal entities and employee benefit programs; developing, implementing, and performing procedures to calculate and execute various transactions, within limits of authority and/or investment portfolio guidelines, as necessary to meet requirements for the most advantageous use of funds. (Includes directive of intercompany settlement process.)

 

To Apply

 

http://p.rfer.us/WFCAREERSTiR1ls

 


The Columbus Foundation - Finance and Accounting Associate

OVERVIEW - One of the top 10 largest community foundations in the country, The Columbus Foundation works to strengthen and improve our community through the most effective philanthropy possible. For 75 years, The Columbus Foundation has been a partner and advisor to our donors and nonprofit community in order to improve our region’s collective wellbeing.

POSITION SUMMARY - We are seeking a motivated accounting and financial professional to join our finance and accounting team. Processing and reporting of financial transactions is at the core of what we do at The Columbus Foundation. In addition, this position will be instrumental to the reconciliation of our numerous bank and investment accounts that total over $2.3 billion in investable assets. Preparation of financial statement reports will also be a key aspect of this role.

REQUIREMENTS - Accounting or finance-related degree. Minimum two years professional experience. Demonstrable skills in written, oral, and interpersonal communication. Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications. Ability to work as part of a team.  Understanding of financial statements.  Basic understanding of accounting and financial reporting systems Essential duties and responsibilities Be part of a team that processes donor gift transactions, processes grant requests and distributions to non-profit entities, reconciles numerous bank and investment accounts, prepares financial statements and tax returns for our over 30 legal entities. Works on ad-hoc financial analysis and reporting projects

To Apply -  Send cover letter and resume to Pam Straker, Director of Human Resources at pstraker@columbusfoundation.org. Salary requirements must accompany application materials.

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Regional Income Tax Agency - Chief Information Officer

OVERVIEW - RITA (Regional Income Tax Agency) invites your interest in the position of Chief Information Officer (CIO). RITA is a municipal taxation and collection agency currently serving over 300 member municipalities located throughout the State of Ohio (more than 50% of Ohio’s cities and villages). The agency’s administrative headquarters is located in Brecksville within the Cleveland Metropolitan area and is represented by regional offices in the cities of Worthington, Youngstown, Cleveland Heights and Mentor.

POSITION SUMMARY - RITA is seeking an accomplished information technology professional to provide leadership to the information services department of this high performing statewide municipal tax agency. The CIO directs the day-to-day functions of RITA’s Information Services Department and is responsible for the systems development, information processing, computer operations, networking and communications functions of the agency. Reporting to RITA’s Executive Director, the CIO will administer a 2019 operating budget of over $9 million. The position directly supervises and evaluates the work of the Manager for IT Operations/Security and the Manager for IS Development, and 31 department employees and contractors. Please view a comprehensive brochure at: www.mercergroupinc.com.

REQUIREMENTS - The successful candidate will bring a strong set of executive management skills in information services, technology and operations to the position, with at least seven (7) years of management experience within a comparable public or private sector organization. Previous information management experience in tax administration/collection or municipal finance is considered a plus. A four year degree from an accredited college or university in Information Technology or a closely related field is required and a graduate degree is preferred. Current certification and/or training in information systems or computer programming is also preferred.

To Apply - To be considered for this exceptional career opportunity, please submit electronically a persuasive cover letter explaining why you feel you are a good candidate for the position, a resume, salary history and four professional references (references will not be contacted without prior permission) no later than May 27, 2019 to: Clark Wurzberger The Mercer Group, Inc. Email: cwurzberger@mercergroupinc.com • Tel. (530) 637-4559 (Pacific Time) • Fax (650) 240-3933 Submission Deadline is: May 27, 2019 RITA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity at all levels of its workforce. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.


American Municipal Power, INC - Director Debt Management

OVERVIEW - American Municipal Power, Inc. (AMP) is the nonprofit wholesale power supplier and services provider for 135 members, including 134 member municipal electric systems in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Virginia, Kentucky, West Virginia, Indiana and Maryland; as well as the Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation, a joint action agency with nine members headquartered in Smyrna, Delaware. Combined, these member utilities serve more than 650,000 customers. AMP is closely aligned with the Ohio Municipal Electric Association (OMEA), which is the legislative liaison for AMP and for Ohio’s municipal electric systems.

POSITION SUMMARY - Manages all aspects of debt issuance and maintenance, including debt structuring, investor and rating agency relations, monitoring conditions of master trust indentures, overall compliance with regulations and continuing disclosure requirements. Takes the lead in Official Statement preparation, due diligence, review of power purchase agreements, presentations for the Board of Trustees, investors and rating agencies, and responds to internal and external requests for information. Monitors debt service reserve funds, rate covenants, additional bonds test, tax exempt status and overall management of taxable and tax-exempt municipal bond obligations. Coordinates the development and maintenance of strong relationships with rating agencies (Moody’s, Standard & Poor’s, and Fitch), investors, underwriters, financial advisors, and bank syndicate members.

REQUIREMENTS - Bachelor’s degree in degree is required; Master’s degree preferred. 2-5 years of relevant financial experience, with demonstrated leadership and management skills required. Strong analytical skills and knowledge of municipal capital markets required.Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to have one on one interactions with Board Members and make presentations to the Board of Trustees.Open-minded, active listener who consistently displays composure and decisiveness. Demonstrated expertise in financial statement and credit analyses. Champion for quality and timeliness, persists despite obstacles, challenges others to do the same. Proactively initiates prompt action to achieve goals beyond what is required. Occasional travel may be required.

 

To Apply - all applications need to be submitted through our website at http://www.ampparetners.org/careers


 

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