The Finance and Operations Manager is responsible for the day to day financial operations as well as all IT and member database functions for the Michigan Bankers Association and related entities.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
Manage all aspects of iMIS (membership database), including revenue recognition.
Maintain membership records, including events and renewals
Regularly use member data base (iMIS) to generate reports to track and analyze membership results.
Act as IT liaison.
Assist in accounts payable and accounts receivable processing.
Process invoices, refunds, and event management in iMIS.
Assist in reconciling key balance sheet and income statement accounts for month-end close.
Review and compile data for preparation of monthly internal financial statements.
Assist in budgeting, audit preparation, and other annual billing projects.
Perform special projects as directed by the Chief Financial Officer.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by a person in the position. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all job duties that may be performed by such a person.
Education: This job requires knowledge equivalent to that which normally would be acquired by completing a bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, IT or equivalent experience.
Experience: At least one year of related experience in accounting is preferred. Knowledge of iMIS is required. Must be familiar with Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. Knowledge of Business Works preferred. Strong communication and organizational skills are needed; multi-tasking on a daily basis is normal.
Additional Salary Information: In your cover letter, please include salary requirements.
About Michigan Bankers Association
The MBA was founded in 1887, and is a trade association of Michigan financial institutions which currently includes more than 2,300 branches located throughout the state with combined assets of over $150 billion. Our main areas of focus include:
* Advocacy -
The MBA acts as the official representative of member banks in matters of state legislation and regulation. The Association actively pursues legislation of benefit to the industry and the public at large, and opposes those measures which would hamper its members’ ability to serve the needs of their banking customers. The Association also works closely with the American Bankers Association on select issues in Washington, D.C.
*Professional Development -
The MBA sponsors more than 100 seminars, conferences, banking schools and an annual convention. Our educational programs enhance the ability of member banks to meet their needs in a complex and changing financial industry.
*Products and Services -
Through its subsidiary the MBA Service Corp, Inc., the MBA seeks ways to help our members retain business, offer first rate service and increase revenue. As part of these activities, MBA offers a wide variety of product...s and services for member banks in the areas of compliance, human resources, management, marketing and financial literacy, among others. The MBA offers an Associate Membership, works closely with many preferred vendors and endorses partners that provide banks top quality services, fee income or unique opportunities.