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Senior Accountant/Budget Analyst


The Senior Accountant/Budget Analyst is responsible for the preparation, review and ongoing analysis of all financial information pertaining to ICBA and its subsidiaries and the coordination and preparation of the annual budget for ICBA and its subsidiaries.  This position will be the liaison between the Washington, DC office and the Sauk Centre, MN accounting department. The incumbent will also prepare special accounting studies, reports, and other financial analyses as projects arise.    

Duties & Responsibilities – Budget

  • Coordinate and prepare the annual budget for ICBA and its subsidiaries with insight, assistance and input from the CFO, SVP, VP of Accounting, and senior management and service providers. 
  • Facilitate the design and monitoring ICBA’s budget software system(s).

Duties & Responsibilities – Financial Analysis

  • Gather and interpret financial data in order to provide analysis for making corporate financial decisions, review projections and develop forecast and trending analysis.
  • Maintain a general understanding of all standard accounting cycles in order to access related trends and data.
  • Work with staff to ensure projections are reflective of past trends and incorporate any new data. 
  • Prepare special accounting studies, analyses and statistical reports.
  • Review and make recommendations related to the annual membership dues schedule for the association. 

Duties & Responsibilities – Accounting Operations

  • Support and backup other accounting operations as necessary.
  • Work closely with entire finance team to integrate and prioritize departmental and organizational goals.
  • Duties & Responsibilities – Internal Support
  • Act as special assistant to the CFO, assisting with special projects and other tasks as necessary.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of all accounting-related systems (budget, timecards, expense reimbursement, etc.) and assist users with inquiries.
  • Act as the direct contact for Washington, DC employees for all questions related to A/P, A/R, timecards, expense reimbursements, financial reporting and budget related matters, coordinating meetings and referring those individuals to the appropriate parties as necessary.


  • Bachelor’s Degree Accounting, Finance, or quantitative discipline; or equivalent work experience
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in similar position
  • CPA Preferred
  • Tax experience preferred but not required
  • Strong quantitative skills and great attention to detail
  • Strong working knowledge of MS Access and Excel
  • Solid working knowledge of financial statement analysis
  • Some travel may be required
  • Ability to work well with other staff and outside vendors
  • Ability to multi-task and approach work in a detailed manner
  • Ability to prioritize work in order to meet goals and deadlines
  • Ability to keep sensitive information confidential
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