The American Society of Anesthesiologists® (ASA) is a medical association which serves a growing membership of more than 52,000 physician anesthesiologists, medical students and care team members. At ASA, we strive to be the best medical society in the world by offering superior educational opportunities and resources. At ASA we’re collaborative, dedicated to our members, committed to excellence and continuously improving. As a testament to these values, we were named one of Chicago’s Best & Brightest Companies to Work For® in 2017. To continue strengthening the organization, we’re seeking individuals who are talented, knowledgeable, motivated and agile. If these qualities resonate with you, you may be the perfect addition to our growing staff!
The Senior Financial Analyst is responsible for the preparation and variance analysis of the operating and capital budgets for ASA, preparation of monthly financial reports to management and leadership, maintaining and creating all financial reports (ASA and Related Organizations), performing financial analysis and modeling for ASA leadership and management to assist decision making, and implementing best practices in the Finance Division and throughout ASA.
Primary Position Responsibilities:
Maintain and enhance the financial budgeting and reporting system for ASA. Includes optimizing CPM Solution for departments to provide budget data including support for amounts and notes, designing and updating any financial reports and ensuring data integrity of amounts.
Assist Director of Financial Planning and Analysis and Planning and Budgeting Manager with budget preparation, reviews and analysis. Includes preparing departmental level reviews, trend analysis and committee budgets.
Assist Director of Financial Planning and Analysis and Planning and Budgeting Manager with preparation of budget materials for Executive review and committee presentations.
Perform monthly analytical reviews of revenue and expense accounts. Includes budget to actual performance and historical to current trend analysis, ensuring that results and trends make sense.
Generate the monthly financial statements. Assist Planning and Budgeting Manager in drafting monthly Finance report, Key Indicator, and Board reports.
Provide financial liaison support to assigned department directors particularly with budget preparation, monthly reporting and financial analysis as needed.
Develop models for analysis of product and event profitability. Collaborate with Business Development and other revenue generating teams to determine pricing and profit for a range of services the association provides.
Participate in various projects as assigned to meet departmental goals.
Minimum 4 years of related finance/accounting experience, with an emphasis on budget preparation, financial statement preparation, financial analysis, and financial modeling.
Non-profit experience desired.
Effective presentation and communication skills (verbal and written).
Ability to analyze data, communicate with all levels of management and develop recommendations for solving problems while exhibiting realistic understanding of issues.
Understanding of accounting processes, procedure and internal controls.
Ability to adapt quickly and learn new tasks independently.
Excellent organization skills and ability to manage competing priorities.
Computer proficiency in MS Office. Proficient in MS Excel spreadsheet layouts.
Adaptive Insights budget system experience preferred.