The Sr. Treasury and Financial Analyst has responsibility for daily cash management, cash forecasting, and investment management and reporting. The Sr. Treasury and Financial Analyst is the primary administrator of NASW’s online treasury functions and works with NASW’s banking partners in the selection and maintenance of banking services, payment mechanisms and technology tools, ensuring that appropriate security safeguards and adequate controls are in place. The Sr. Treasury & Financial Analyst assists the Controller with administration of bank accounts, credit cards, and the associated vendor relationships. Additionally, the Sr. Treasury & Financial Analyst assists the Director of Budget & Operational Analysis with the annual budgeting process for all NASW entities and provides support with on-going financial analysis and budget variance analysis to the national office and chapters.
BASIC DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Monitors cash inflows and outflows, performing daily analysis and review of bank accounts, analyzing prior day activity and determining cash position.
Prepares the daily cash report, providing an executive-level summary to senior officials including the forecasting of short-term and mid-term cash requirements.
Initiates the movement of funds as required, through payment of intracompany collectibles or through the reallocation of cash and investment holdings
Reviews and recommends vendor payments based on collection cycle and cash requirements.
Treasury Management and Banking Administration
Serves as primary administrator of NASW’s online treasury functions and payment tools, ensuring that appropriate security and controls are observed.
Has primary responsibility for the administration of NASW’s bank accounts (maintenance, signatory updates, opening and closing of accounts) with appropriate and required approvals.
Serves as primary administrator of NASW’s credit card programs.
Participates in the management of banking and related vendor relationships including the monitoring and re-negotiating of lock box, bank fees and other related vendor charges.
Monitors banking and related vendor process flows to ensure processes are optimized for efficiency at reasonably low cost, that the bank account structure is appropriate to meet NASW needs, that proper security and controls are in place, and that proper documentation of workflow and approval processes to establish strong internal accounting control requirements, that would meet the expectations of stakeholders and external auditors.
Analyzes account statements for accuracy.
Monitors management fees.
Participates in due diligence meetings with investment managers.
Provides analysis and reports to management as needed.
Monitors the investment program management to ensure that it meets the requirements of the investment policy statement
Technology Selection, Maintenance and Administration
Assumes a lead role in the selection and maintenance of treasury technology tools, electronic payment mechanisms, and other budgeting and accounting systems.
Serves as technical expert for treasury and cash management systems and tools utilized by NASW.
Documents policies and procedures as they change including data sources, analysis methods and protocols.
Budget & Operational Analysis
Assists the Director of Budget & Operational Analysis in the preparation of the annual budgets for all NASW entities, including the national office, the chapters, the NASW Foundation, PACE, and LDF.
Assists the Director of Budget & Operational Analysis in on-going financial analysis and budget variance analysis, working with the national office and chapters and other entities.
Assists the Controller and Accounting Manager with the annual audits and the preparation of the 990 and related tax filings.
Ensures compliance with professional accounting standards, rules, regulations and laws.
Ensures effective internal controls are in place in accordance with GAAP, SOX, and applicable federal, state and local tax laws and regulations.
Serves as back up to the Senior Accountant on various assignments.
Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required
Working knowledge and understanding of accounting/financial rules and regulations (local, state, federal), principles, finance, and cash management principles and practices.
Knowledge of banking/treasury operations.
Knowledge of cash management technical products and tools.
Ability to lead, collaborate and manage in an environment with competing interests and requirements.
Ability to prioritize and complete various time critical tasks within assigned deadlines.
Working knowledge of various financial accounting systems (PN3, Ceridian Payroll, Dynamics SL, Budget Maestro preferred).
Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to give presentations to a wide variety of audiences.
Demonstrated proficiency and expertise in word processing, spreadsheet, and database PC applications; the ability to use bank software and systems.
Ability to be adaptable to a fluid work environment with ever-changing priorities.
Ability to problem solve, exercise sound judgment and make decisions based on accurate and timely analyses.
Minimum Education, Training and Experience Required
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited College or University in business, accounting, economics, finance or a related field; Master’s preferred.
5-8 years of progressively responsible treasury/cash management or banking experience, with experience also in financial analysis and forecasting.
Experience in an association or non-profit organization highly desired.
Licenses and/or Certifications
Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) preferred.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Internal Number: 1435
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