Holden International is a professional services firm, founded in 1979. We are seeking a Part-Time Accounting Manager. This role is a 24 hour a week role but we are flexible on hours and days. Office is at 135 S. LaSalle, Chicago.
Responsible for all A/P and A/R functions
Using QuickBooks, maintain the firm’s system of accounts to ensure compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles; oversee the books and records, assure the general ledger accurately reflects the firm’s financial position
Management of banking relationships, including wires
Maintain appropriate levels of insurance to protect the property and mitigate potential liabilities for the firm
Responsible for compliance with all federal, state, and local procedures and regulations
Review the monthly financial statements and verify performance of necessary accounting procedures (journal entry preparation, accruals, balance sheet reconciliation, etc.)
Submit monthly/quarterly/annual financial statements; interpret reporting as needed
Provide help with client billing questions
Perform annual audit and federal tax return, working with firms outside accounting firm.
Oversee collection activities for accounts more than 90 days past due, refer accounts for collection as needed
Industry pioneer founded 1979
Created 1 million+ high-performing sellers
Continuous original research
Published 4 books
7 years experience in an Accounting Manager role
Ability to work independently
Bachelors degree in accounting
Proficient in QuickBooks, Excel, Outlook, and Word
CPA a plus
Telecommuting is allowed.
About Holden International
Holden is a global leader in sales performance development. We’ve pioneered tools that create game-changing sales habits through online learning simulations, cloud-based software, and live deal coaching. By flipping the classroom, sellers learn at their own pace with improved adoption. Using our embedded analytics, entire teams are transformed from order takers into demand creators.
As an industry pioneer founded in 1979, we have helped more than 1,000,000 sellers in 65 countries gain a non-traditional competitive advantage by sharpening how they sell to increase the value of what they sell.