Manager - Strategic Finance and Accounting Consulting
Accounting + Finance
New York, New York
Ongoing review of recurring accounting areas subject to estimates, judgments, and complexity (e.g. revenue, compensation, and goodwill impairment) including documentation of position papers
Project Management support for corporate initiatives at the segment or regional level
- Develop and present training material to segment and regional finance (e.g. revenue, leases, etc.)
Assist with the review and preparation of Forms 10-Q, Form 10-K and the related, publicly-available presentations
Review of recent accounting pronouncements and development of key technical accounting policies
Draft technical accounting position papers for new and significant accounting transactions (e.g. purchase accounting, including contingent consideration)
Assist with research over potential transactions including financing transactions such (i.e. debt or equity) and impairment analyses for goodwill, intangibles and long-lived asset groups and acquisition agreements to identify accounting risks.
Assist in preparation of quarterly documentation of key accounting issues for management (i.e. Controller, CFO, Disclosure Committee and Audit Committee) and communicate the financial statement impact
Advise segment finance teams on the appropriate revenue recognition for large or complex contracts with customers
Review the segment finance team's documentation of estimates and judgments in revenue recognition
Monitor the segment finance team's compliance with ongoing SOX requirements (revenue and compensation)
Liaise with internal and external auditors for audit requirements over revenue recognition and new transactions
Review quarterly quantitative and qualitative revenue recognition disclosures
Assist the corporate, segment, and regional finance teams, on a consultation basis, with the appropriate accounting for compensation, leases, and cloud computing contracts, among others.
5 - 7 years of total finance and accounting experience including time spent with "Big 4" public accounting/audit.
Bachelor's degree in Accounting from an accredited university in the United States
Active CPA license required