Washington Metropolitan Chapter Community Associations Institute (WMCCAI) seeks an experienced staff accountant. This is a multifunctional professional position with responsibility for managing financial operations for a regional nonprofit association.
SUMMARY OF KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Prepares and processes all bank deposits, to include entry into database and financial system, distribution of paperwork to appropriate staff members, and filing of paperwork.
Enters receivables into database and financial system, generates and mails invoices, and maintains accurate files of such.
Processes all credit card transactions, to include entry into database and financial system, prompt distribution of paperwork to appropriate staff members, filing of paperwork, and providing receipt to customer as requested.
Maintains a system for delinquent account follow-up with the Executive Director
Processes all incoming bills and check requests to ensure that they are paid prior to due date, to include bill coding and prompt entry into financial system.
Responds to all incoming calls and e-mails regarding accounts payable.
Produces monthly or as requested financial reports to the Program Managers, Executive Director and Board of Directors.
Maintains the computerized financial management system.
Maintains filing system for all financial records.
Maintains daily cash balance in the petty cash fund.
Serves as the liaison to the accounting firm.
Prepares financial files for annual audit.
Bachelor’s degree, or a combination of education and equivalent experience.
Three years of accounting experience and exposure to all facets of accounting functions
Experience with multiple computer applications including QuickBooks and Microsoft Office.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM experience a plus
To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume and minimum salary requirement.
About Washington Metropolitan Chapter of Community Associations Institute
As a nonprofit organization, Washington Metropolitan Chapter Community Associations Institute’s mission is to optimize the operations of community associations and foster value for our business partners. WMCCAI’s 3,000 members span more than 80 cities and counties and include 1,600 homeowners, 1,000 community association managers, 100 community association management firms, and 300 other companies that serve community associations in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia.