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Assistant Director of Accounting

Company: Laurel Trust Company
Location: Reno
Posted on: May 24, 2023

Job Description:

FIRM OVERVIEW:Laurel Trust Company (LTC) is located in Reno, Nevada and serves as a corporate trustee for ultra-high net-worth families. LTC is an affiliate of Hall Capital Partners, which has a 20+ year record of building and managing global investment portfolios in excess of $40BN. We are looking to add team members that value teamwork, collaboration, and intellectual curiosity .just like us! LTC supports professional development and offers a generous benefits package and fun team events.Laurel Trust is committed to attracting, retaining, engaging, and developing a pool of talent that is diverse along many dimensions. We seek to leverage these diverse experiences, backgrounds, and viewpoints to best serve the needs of our clients.POSITION TITLE: Assistant Director of AccountingThe Assistant Director of Accounting will be a key member of the Business Operations team and will support senior-level staff members along with the overall team and work closely with other departments in the firm. This position will have direct contact with employees and external clients. Laurel Trust Company is looking for a highly organized, energetic professional to reinforce a strong internal customer service culture with a high standard of excellence.LTC offers an environment with constantly evolving priorities and developing responsibilities, and the successful candidate will find such an environment exciting and engaging. A necessary skill of the person in this role is a sharp focus and great attention to detail to comply with all policies and procedures, along with the ability to adapt to a dynamic environment. This is an excellent opportunity to continue building a career as part of an organization whose values of RESULTS, INTENSITY, TRANSPARENCY, AND CREATIVITY speak to the culture of our organization. This role reports directly to the Senior Vice President/Director of Business Operations.RESPONSIBILITIES OVERVIEW: Manage the financial and accounting functions, including the month end financial closing process which includes reconciliation of account balances. Manage depreciation and fixed assets. Manage accruals, prepaid expenses, accounts payable, and accounts receivable. Ensure expenditures are paid and recorded in a timely manner. Supervise, coach and mentor accounting staff to assist with enhancing their skills and developing their career. Manage preparation of annual budgets, quarterly updates, budget to actual reporting and forecasting. Manage commercial banking relationships. Including timely bank account reconciliation, ACH, and wire transfers. Manage and/or the preparation (internal/external) of all required tax reporting both state and federal. Prepare quarterly and annual Board financial and regulatory reporting. Establish, monitor, and enforce effective internal controls. Manage a documented system of accounting policies and controls/workflows. Manage external financial statement audits. Assist with compliance audits. Manage the preparation of all financial reporting, including annual financial statements and monthly and quarterly financial reporting. Analyze financial results as well as specific trends or issues. Manage insurance policies, including annual renewals and filing of claims. Assist in managing projects and timelines. Welcome any other duties needed to help drive our vision of exceptional client service and abide by our organization's values.YOU ARE A GREAT FIT IF YOU: Have a bachelor's degree in accounting. Possess a minimum of 5+ years of accounting experience. CPA certified, a plus. ERP experience, a plus. Strong analytical ability. Knowledge of GAAP, FASB. Experience with financial reporting. Are highly proficient in accounting software, Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Enjoy working in a diverse team environment where accountability, collaboration, and initiative are highly valued. Enjoy providing excellent customer service, both internally and externally. Possess excellent organization skills and a strong ability to balance time-sensitive priorities while maintaining a high level of attention to detail. Demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills. Handle pressure and thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-motivated environment with multiple supervisors. Prioritize operating ethically and professionally, demonstrate a strong sense of integrity, and consistently exercise good judgement. Are flexible and willing to do what it takes to get the job done. Welcome feedback and are quick to act on it. Operate with a positive, proactive, "no-job-is-too-small" attitude. Are an intellectually curious, creative problem-solver who is not afraid to ask questions. Are quick to learn new technologies. Have a background in the financial services industry (not required, but a plus).Avoid the confidence gap: You do not have to match all the listed requirements exactly to apply. Laurel Trust believes that our organization and culture is made stronger through diverse perspectives and experiences.PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES: Professional Accountable and values the importance of "getting it right. Effective communicator with consistent and strong follow-up skills. Able to identify problems and create solutions. Intellectually curious and eager to learn. Self-motivated and displays intellectual rigor. Detail oriented. Energetic, creative, and positive. Collaborative and flexible. Acts with integrity. Is conscientious and shows initiative, drive, and determination. Uses good judgment. Respectful, resilient, and patient. A respectful and professional team member that maintains a positive attitude, consistent with the expectations for all employees.OTHER REQUIREMENTS: This position will require the individual to authorize a personal background check with the Nevada Financial Institutions Division. This job requires the employee to sit for approximately 6-7 hours a day and use a keyboard and mouse for repetitive motion. There will be > 15 lbs. to lift, push, or pull in this job.PERKS & BENEFITS Generous benefits package, including employer-paid medical, dental, and vision coverage options, 401(k) plan with employer match, and pre-tax benefits for health and dependent care. Annually, 21 days of paid time off, 12 paid holidays, and 7 paid discretionary holidays. Annual health and wellness expense reimbursement benefit. Professional development funding, advanced degree tuition reimbursement, and self-directed training sessions. Team social events, volunteer, and philanthropic opportunities.APPLICATION AND INTERVIEW DETAILS:Selected applicants should expect two or more interviews. Finalists may be invited to interview in person at the Reno, Nevada office.Please provide your resume and cover letter and send it via email to .

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