American Foundation for Donation and Transplantation
April 30, 2018
Full Time - Experienced
4 Year Degree
The position is primarily responsible for providing support and assistance to the Controller in all areas of accounting, including oversight of daily accounting activities.
Summary of responsibilities:
Assist with the billing service activities, as well as, follow-up with collection activity.
Assist with payroll process, including payment of payroll taxes and filing related payroll tax reports.
Assist with the preparation and processing of the weekly disbursements.
Maintain salary records and oversee employee benefits, to include payment and timely reporting.
Reconcile general ledger accounts and prepare bank account reconciliations.
Prepare journal entries and assist with the monthly closing of the general ledger.
Assume custodial responsibilities for insurance available to transplant professionals and living kidney donors.
Assist with the preparation of financial information, including reporting and making presentations at board meetings.
Assist with timely filing of required tax payments and filings.
Provide support and assist with the annual audit, including the preparation of required schedules.
Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field.
At least 3 years of working experience in the areas of accounting.
Have a strong background in all areas of accounting.
Proficiency on Office Software, particularly Excel and Word.
Working knowledge of automated accounting systems, Microsoft Great Plains experience a plus.
Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles.
Prior experience with Non-Profit a plus.
Attention to detail and hands-on approach.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, as well as, interpersonal and teamwork skills.
About American Foundation for Donation and Transplantation
The American Foundation for Donation & Transplantation, formerly SEOPF, is a non-profit organization and is the continuation of the oldest transplantation and donation professional organization in the United States. Founded in 1969 in Richmond, Virginia by Drs. David Hume and Bernard Amos, SEOPF gave rise to the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) and now has become AFDT. AFDT services include: procurement bulling, David Hume award, educational programs for transplant professionals, and insurance for transplant professionals and living kidney donors.