PRIMARY FUNCTION: Responsible for accounting functions and financial reporting for the Society, related entities and managed chapters. Ensures the integrity of accounting information by recording, verifying, reconciling and consolidating transactions.
1. Prepare financial statements and management reports on an interim and annual basis.
2. Analyze financial data.
3. Coordinate independent audit and tax return activities and prepare supporting schedules.
4. Responsible for tax and compliance reporting including sales tax returns and ethics reports.
5. Support annual budget development and compliance.
6. Develop and update accounting policies and procedures to ensure an adequate system of internal controls and risk management.
7. Reconcile general ledger account activity and other financial transactions.
8. Support special projects coordinator on finance and operations projects.
9. Provide backup support to accounting clerk as needed for accounts payable, accounts receivable and credit card activities to include processing of vendor payments, expense reimbursements, and deposits of member dues, contributions and other revenue.
10. Perform other duties as assigned.
1. Bachelor's degree in accounting.
2. Six years of accounting experience.
3. Advanced computer skills to include spreadsheet and computer-based systems experience.
4. Detail oriented self-starter with strong organizational, problem-solving, analytical and time management skills.
5. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, presentation skills and interpersonal skills.
6. Ability to manage multiple ongoing projects.
7. Ability to conduct detailed research.
8. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
1. Master’s degree in business administration or related field.
2. Licensed certified public accountant.
3. Non-profit experience.
4. Ten years of accounting experience including increasing responsibility and interaction with senior level management.
5. Proficiency with the spreadsheet software and computer-based systems currently in use by the Society.
The Texas Society of CPAs is the premiere professional membership organization for CPAs in Texas. Founded in 1915, the society empowers members to lead and succeed by promoting professional excellence, advocating on behalf of CPAs, and supporting a sense of community and connection among its members. With 20 local chapters and 28,000 members, TSCPA has one of the largest memberships of any CPA society in the U.S.