Director of Accounting
Maybe you’re a bookkeeper/accountant who’s interested in a lot more than debits and credits. Who has 7–10 years or more of accounting experience and is an arts aficionado. Who watches cash flow like a hawk, and also loves sports. Who gets the billing out on the first day of the month and then goes home to create a world-class chicken cacciatore. Ring a bell? Then you’re our kind of bookkeeper/accountant. Our industry (marketing) is dynamic, our company is stable, our team is gold medal worthy, and our accountant is retiring after 22 years (obviously, he liked it here; you will too). If you’re dependable, trustworthy, and run mini-marathons, send your resume to email@example.com. Only kidding about the mini-marathons, but you get the idea.
Generating, posting and tracking agency account receivables and account payables
Paying vendors on a timely basis
Administrating an efficient staff payroll system
Anticipating cash needs and managing cash flow; ensuring funds are available to cover payroll
Developing good rapport with accounting departments of both clients and vendors
Generating monthly statements on a timely basis
Attending weekly production meetings to determine when to close, bill or interim-bill agency work
Working with agency management team to monitor overhead costs
Reviewing and approving supplier invoices related to non-billable work and/or supplies
Creating annual budgets and sales forecasts; monitoring actual sales and expenses compared to forecasts
Working with the media department to reconcile, issue and pay media invoices
Preparing, verifying, circulating for internal approval and mailing agency invoices
Ensuring that employee time sheets are current and accurate
Monitoring agency billing against hours invested and advising the management team about variances
Working with accounting firm to ensure that federal and state filing requirements are met on a timely basis
Maintaining a generous supply of afternoon treats for our office dog, Dozer.
Depending on the candidate, this opportunity may grow to include human resource and office maintenance responsibilities, too.