AVP, Financial Reporting

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RM Staffing Associates
Growing financial services company is seeking an AVP of SEC Reporting in their Short HIlls area corporate headquarters. Candidates must have Accounting degree and experience with preparing 10K, 10Q and other reporting required of a publicly traded company.
To adequately review, prepare, and disclose the financial statements for the Bank to members of senior management, SEC as well as other relevant external parties.
Preparation and input of financial statement results for the company's SEC requirements as well as board packages
Supervise and direct the preparation of month end schedules for management review such as balance sheet, income statement, monthly yield calculations and key performance metrics
Preparation of the statement of stockholders' equity, cash flows and specific footnotes to the financial statements, such as securities, earnings per share and summary of accounting pronouncements
Review the work performed for quarterly schedules such as allowance for loan loss, discounted cash flows, deferred fees and cost analysis, and FAS 157 analysis on impaired loans
Responsible for the preparation of beneficial ownership forms required to be filed with the SEC
Work closely with director financial reporting in preparing policies, procedures and outline of internal controls
Assist in ad hoc financial reporting disclosure meetings for senior management
Maintain quarterly and annual binders for the 10-Q, 10-K, 8-K, S-4 including auditors representation/management letter
BS degree in accounting or equivalent
Background in public accounting preferred, specifically with a Big 4 firm; CPA preferred
General ledger and reporting package experience helpful
Accounting research savvy with strong knowledge of GAAP rules and regulations, as well as the financial statement close process; experience should include consolidations and financial statement preparation
Knowledge of and experience with policies, procedures and systems of internal control; familiar with SOX 404
Ability to deliver high quality results
Strong written and verbal communication skills

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