The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
409 12th Street Southwest, Washington, DC, USA
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), a membership organization dedicated to the advancement of women's health care in Washington, DC, is currently seeking a Budget and Financial Analysis Manager responsible for Budget and Financial Analysis Manager responsible for the development, implementation, and subsequent ongoing maintenance of financial data reporting to ensure the overall accuracy of data. Develop financial models and analyses to support strategic initiatives. Exercises judgment within defined procedures and practices to determine appropriate actions for any financial deviations outside of policy and procedures. Oversee and manage ACOG's reporting, analysis and budgeting systems and process. Cover Letter Required.
As a result of COVID-19, ACOG employees are working in a temporary remote capacity. This is temporary, and normal business hours and in-office duties will return to normal once deemed it is safe to return into the office. Employees are expected to return to ACOG's National office located at 409 12th, Southwest Washington DC, 20024.
Key Duties and Responsibilities.
Lead the budgeting, forecasting, long-term planning, implementation, and business strategic analysis of the financial team. Conduct financial analysis, modeling, forecasting and reporting efforts to ensure efficient financial operations.
Review analysis results, develops insightful suggestions for investment, sourcing, cost reduction and leads strategic business decisions.
Analyze complex financial information and reports to provide accurate and timely financial recommendations to management for decision making purposes
Prepare Quarterly and Monthly financial reports for management. Maintain control of actual obligations against monthly and quarterly plans, prepare monthly review reports, identify variances, and propose plans to address variances.
Run and interpret routine and ad hoc analysis of operational data, general statistical reports of corporate performance, and develop reports that recommend courses of action based on the spectrum of data analysis.
Apply company policies and procedures to positively influence financial outcomes
Implement and work with a Business Intelligence Tool (Adaptive Insights) and Dashboard reports.
Improve performance by evaluating processes to drive efficiencies and understand ROI for current and prospective projects.
Prepare presentations to Board of Directors and Senior Management Team
Develop, maintain and monitor the reporting, analysis and budget system to ensure data integrity. Implementation and coordination of all system and reporting changes and other enhancements to the accounting system.
Develop, execute, and adjust spending plans and expenditure estimates using current and projected financial figures.
Provide advice and guidance for budget preparation and execution and support financial audits by gathering supporting documents and offering written and verbal responses to auditor questions.
Working with managers in overseeing the Division's operating budget and developing annual and multi-year budget requests, providing advice and recommendations for budgetary actions, and formulating and executing budgets.
Performs other duties as assigned
Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or similar and/or work equivalent.
Minimum 5 years of related experience in budget management or financial analysis
Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills.
Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
Ability to work independently.
Advanced Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint skills. Adaptive Insights skills desirable.
Ability to think creatively, highly driven and self-motivated.
Demonstrated ability to roll-up sleeves and work with team members in a hand- on management capacity
Members are referred to as fellows and use the post-nominal lettersFACOG to indicate their status. To become a fellow, candidates must become certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecologyand then nominated to the college by another fellow. Board certification involves a two-part exam, usually taken over a two-year period. The first part is a written exam, which is taken the first year the candidate is "eligible" (typically in the final year of obstetrics and gynecology residency training). The second part is an oral exam, taken the year after the written exam is passed. The oral examination is based largely on a collection of a year's worth of medical and surgical cases known as the "case list".