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  • Finance Manager

    Keywords: Finance Manager, Location: Vienna, VA - 22182 What We Are Looking For Ourisman Honda of Tysons Corner is seeking a dedicated Finance Manager to provide our customers with an exceptional experience.
    $82k-120k yearly est.1d ago
  • Canada Research Chairs

    Carleton University (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) is hiring PandoLogic. Keywords: Instructional Coordinator, Location: Fairfax, VA - 22034
    $51k-91k yearly est.3d ago
  • Chief Financial Officer

    Keywords: Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Location: Washington, DC - 20037 The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) leads the Business Affairs division, a group of strong professionals who execute a diverse set of activities in support of the ongoing operation of the university.
    $119k-224k yearly est.6d ago
  • Vice President for Administration and Finance

    McKendree University, located in Lebanon, Illinois, seeks a dynamic, energetic leader for the position of Vice President for Administration and Finance.
    $120k-182k yearly est.21d ago
  • Manager, Financial Planning & Analysis

    The Manager of Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) helps lead the day-to-day company financial planning and analysis activities that include developing financial plans (budgets/forecasts), reviewing monthly results to identify and investigate variances to plan, developing reports and presentations to explain month-end results, creating financial models to support decision making and assisting with the monthly financial close. This position serves as a business partner, assisting PIR's functional department owners in budget/forecast development, expense management and policy compliance. The ability to think critically and work cross functionally to develop and execute creative solutions while keeping stakeholders organized and management informed is critical. Essential Duties and Responsibilities The Manager of FP&A focuses on driving PIR's financial planning and analysis function with an emphasis on performance improvement, providing quality management information, and furthering good decision-making and sound financial judgment through the development of processes, analytical tools, and management reporting. ● Serves as a subject matter expert of the financial planning and analysis function, participates in cross-functional workgroups, teams, and committees, and interacts with individuals or groups representing diverse backgrounds, interests, and points of view/ ● Demonstrates an on-going commitment to continuous improvement by suggesting policy, process, systems and/or structural enhancements that improve the quality, efficiency or effectiveness of the Finance department's products and services. FINANCIAL PLANNING Develop short and long-term company-wide integrated budgets and forecasts to create meaningful, data-driven financial outlooks that guide the company and drive the achievement of financial and operational objectives. ● Develop planning templates, supporting schedules and financial reports to improve the accuracy and consistency of the planning process and to accurately capture planning input and assumptions by budget owners. ● Manage the headcount, operating expense and capital components of the planning process (forecasts, budget and long-term plan), assisting functional department owners in the development of those plans, performing analysis of submitted plans and leading the departmental review meetings. ● Collaborate with others on the FP&A team in development of forecast and plan presentations for the Board of Directors and senior management. FINANCIAL REPORTING Create monthly reporting with a strong focus on accuracy, completeness and timeliness. Serve as a valued business partner providing meaningful and relevant data and financial insights to drive results. ● Create reports, write commentary and manage consolidation of the Monthly Management Report, or similar monthly financial reporting package, including variance and performance analysis, for distribution to senior management team and Board of Directors. ● Develop and/or modify financial reports, as required, to support enhanced financial reporting and planning activities. ● Develop ad-hoc financial reports to assist in performance evaluation of various key financial and operating metrics. ● Monitor and analyze results against historical results and current year plan (budget/forecast) to understand trends, determine the cause of variances and provide guidance regarding the impact on future results. ● Assist in the development of Executive level presentations on business results, performance analysis, financial models, etc. FINANCIAL ANALYSIS Responsible for the development and implementation of financial analysis techniques, tools and concepts to promote finance-based decision-making throughout the company. Serves as a valued business partner providing meaningful and relevant data and financial insights to drive results. ● Review and evaluate capital expenditure requests, in conjunction with the Accounting team, using standard criteria and templates to understand the risks, benefits and alternatives considered, to ensure maximum return on investment. ● Collaborate with cross-functional teams to develop ad hoc business models to evaluate the projected financial return of proposed projects and initiatives. ● Identify opportunities to provide new analytical support and insights. ● Assist in the operating review process, working with functional teams to identify relevant and meaningful metrics against which to measure performance. ● Monitor established key performance indicators, highlighting trends and analyzing causes of unexpected variance. ● Conduct research and analyses on an independent or directed basis, assuming responsibility for the quality and effectiveness of the research/analyses. ● Identify and communicate risks and opportunities related to meeting the expense budget and recommend potential mitigation activities to risks. MONTH END CLOSE Assist in the month end close process, in partnership with the accounting team and functional department owners, with a strong focus on accuracy, completeness and timeliness of financial results. ● Analyze financial results and act as an operational business partner and liaison with applicable accounting staff to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the financials. ● Review monthly financial results for potential misstatements, develop required accruals and adjustments and create timely and accurate documentation of significant/non-routine accounting transactions for audit support. ● Organize and lead monthly financial review meetings with budget owners to identify, understand and discuss significant variances to plan. Minimum Education and Experience Requirements ● Bachelor's degree in finance, accounting, economics or related field. MBA, CPA, CFA or equivalent certification preferred. ● 5-8+ years of progressive financial planning and analysis experience preferably in a similar non-profit and/or for-profit subscription-based revenue environment. ● Strong understanding of standard financial reports and fundamental accounting and finance principles. ● Strong analytical/modeling skills and experience executing budgeting and strategic planning processes. ● Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Word). Experience with IBM Cognos Planning Analytics preferred. Familiarity with data query/visualization tools is a plus. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Requirements ● Adaptability: Ensures effective performance when faced with ambiguity, changing environments and demands. ● Analytic Skills: Ability to think objectively and interpret meaningful themes from quantitative and qualitative data and strong stewardship of confidential and/or sensitive information. ● Communication Skills: Demonstrated ability to clearly communicate complex financial data and concepts in a concise manner (written & oral including presentations) to a variety of audiences (internal customers, 3rd parties, peers and upper management) as well as excellent listening and comprehension skills. ● Ethics: Treats people with respect, keeps commitments, inspires the trust of others, works with integrity and upholds company values. ● Financial and Business Acumen: Ability to evaluate financial and business indicators and translate data into actionable information to drive results. ● Influencing and Negotiation: Ability to influence at all levels, as well as demonstrated ability to work effectively within a team and be assertive in driving successful management strategies. ● Innovation: Able to identify, analyze, recommend and implement process improvements including optimization of technology. ● Planning and Priority Setting: Demonstrates an ability to set objectives and goals and organize work appropriately to meet and exceed goals. Strong sense of initiative, independence, closure, and ability to navigate multiple priorities in a deadline driven environment. ● Presentation Skills: Effective in a variety of presentation settings (one-on-one, small and large groups) and with peers and management team members. ● Problem Solving & Decision Quality: Able to use rigorous logic and methods to solve problems with effective, efficient and creative solutions. ● Relationship Management: Able to build constructive and effective relationships with a broad and diverse group of business partners. Equal Employment Opportunity, OSHA and Harassment Public Interest Registry (PIR) provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, gender identification or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, PIR complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall and transfers, leaves of absence, compensation and training. PIR expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of PIR's employees to perform their job duties may result in discipline up to and including discharge. PIR provides a workplace free from recognized hazards and complies with standards, rules and regulations issued under the OSH Act.
    $102k-134k yearly est.12d ago
  • Senior Assistant Director of Finance and Accounting

    The Crystal Gateway Marriott, located at 1700 Richmond Hwy, Arlington, Virginia, 22202 is currently hiring a Senior Assistant Director of Finance and Accounting. Live Fully at Marriott International - #1 Leader in Hospitality At Marriott International, you have the opportunity to grow in your career, work with teammates that feel like family, and help make our world a better place.
    $86k-118k yearly est.2d ago
  • Director, Housing Finance Transactions

    | HR&A Advisors, Inc. (HR&A) is an employee-owned company advising public, private, non-profit, and philanthropic clients on how to increase opportunity and advance quality of life in cities. HR&A has offices in Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Raleigh, and Washington D.C. We come from diverse backgrounds, have a breadth of lived experience, and share a passion for cities. This role can be based in our New York City, Washington, DC, Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta, or Raleigh office.
    $126.5k-143.5k yearly27d ago
  • Financial Planning and Analysis Manager

    Role Summary: Perfecta is hiring for a Financial Planning & Analysis Manager to provide overall financial support and work closely with the CFO to help formulate and refine the strategy and financial plans and projections for the business.
    $87k-124k yearly est.27d ago
  • Director/Senior Director, Financial Regulation and Corporate Governance Policy

    Hybrid (on-site two days per week, Washington, D.C., office)
    $92k-112k yearly11d ago
  • Online Financial Planning & Analysis Manager

    This person will have the exciting opportunity to be the finance partner to our online revenue channel, which constitutes the majority of Framebridge transactions. Job DescriptionPOSITION OVERVIEW: Framebridge is a fast-growing company that is revolutionizing the $4 billion custom framing industry.
    $97k-141k yearly est.12d ago
  • Manager - Financial Planning & Analysis

    Who You Will Work With The position will report directly to the Vice President - Head of Financial Planning & Analysis and will also interact with other departments within Farmer Mac. This position will be primarily responsible for Farmer Mac's capital adequacy, stress testing, and credit loss forecasting functions.
    $72k-91k yearly est.15d ago
  • Vice President of Finance & Accounting

    Enhances and/or develops, implements, and enforces finance, accounting, and treasury policies and procedures that establish an adequate system of controls and improve Dexis' operations, effectiveness, and compliance. Ensures that Dexis has a fully integrated finance and accounting software system to meet its needs, including budgeting and financial reporting systems. Oversees the Accounting function in providing and directing procedures and systems necessary to maintain proper records and to afford adequate accounting controls in compliance with U.S. GAAP and Dexis policies. The VP Finance and Accounting ensures Dexis has sufficient capital to operate and works closely with the CEO to maximize profit and the company's external valuation.
    $105k-159k yearly est.11d ago
  • Chief Financial Officer ES-00

    As the Chief Financial Officer ES-00, you will be responsible for:
    $134k-192k yearly est.7d ago
  • Financial Planning & Analysis Manager

    Develops and works within complex spreadsheets and financial planning templates, providing training and guidance to other users as needed. In addition, RAND provides strong benefits including health insurance coverage, life and disability insurance, savings plan, paid time-off and more. The salary range includes base pay plus RAND's sabbatic pay (which provides additional compensation above base pay when vacation is taken).
    $113.7k-173.6k yearly11d ago
  • Director of Finance and Operations

    This role presents a unique opportunity to collaboratively drive the creation and evolution of systems, processes, policies, and procedures with staff members while having access to the larger AFL-CIO team for support. The Technology Institute seeks a Director of Finance and Operations to assess, build, and continually improve the internal finance and operations infrastructure and supports that are vital during the current start-up phase and will set the organization up for long-term success. The AFL-CIO Technology Institute is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization launched in 2021 to bring the voices of working people and unions into technology development and innovation policy. Review invoices and financial reports including sub-grants, sub-contracts, consultant expense and travel expense reports in coordination with accounting staff, auditors and the AFL-CIO Secretary Treasurer's office. The Director will lead the finance, operations, human resources, IT, and administration functions of the Technology Institute and our partner organization, the AFL-CIO WAI. Creation of the Institute was a core recommendation of the 2019 AFL-CIO Commission on the Future of Work and Unions, a multi-sector collaborative of union leaders determined to build a powerful strategy to prepare our movement for the future of work. Supervise administrative staff/vendors and day-to-day administrative operations of the WAI and the AFL-CIO Technology Institute.
    $110k-120k yearly2d ago
  • Director of Finance And Accounting

    We are currently seeking a Director of Finance and Accounting to direct and oversee all financial activities of the organization. Streetsense is an experience-focused strategy and design collective. Streetsense is deeply invested in its people. The Director of Finance and Accounting will report to the Chief Operations Officer and will oversee a team of three individuals. From competitive benefits to career mentoring, happy hours, and team events for staff, Streetsense is focused on fostering a collaborative environment that inspires employees each and every day.
    $85k-120k yearly est.13d ago
  • Senior Financial Planning and Analysis Manager

    This position is at the second management level within the Finance and Accounting Department of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
    $61k-62k yearly est.11d ago
  • Canada Research Chairs

    PandoLogic. Keywords: Instructional Coordinator, Location: Washington, DC - 20037 Carleton University (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) is hiring
    $42k-76k yearly est.9d ago
  • Finance Manager

    Keywords: Finance Manager, Location: Vienna, VA - 22182 , PL: 542881859 What We Are Looking For Ourisman Honda of Tysons Corner is seeking a dedicated Finance Manager to provide our customers with an exceptional experience.
    $82k-120k yearly est.13h ago
  • Market Development Executive - Financial Services

    We are currently looking for a Market Development Executive who will: + Drive sales cycle from end-to-end, including facilitation of sales meetings, execution of meetings, client discovery, coordination of Infinitive stakeholders, proposal creation, project estimation, and client presentation. Infinitive has been named "Best Small Firms to Work For" by Consulting Magazine 6 times. Infinitive has also been named a Washington Post "Top Workplace," Washington Business Journal "Best Places to Work," and Virginia Business "Best Places to Work." Infinitive is a transformation and technology consultancy that enables global brands to deliver results through insights, innovation, and efficiency. + In concert with the Infinitive Technology and Sales Engineering teams, develop and demonstrate thought leadership that addresses client needs and advances client initiatives.
    $88k-134k yearly est.60d+ ago

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Average Salary For a Treasurer

Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Treasurer is $80,467 per year or $39 per hour. The highest paying Treasurer jobs have a salary over $173,000 per year while the lowest paying Treasurer jobs pay $37,000 per year

Updated March 23, 2023
Average Treasurer Salary
$88,130 yearly
$39 hourly

5 Common Career Paths For a Treasurer

Vice President

Vice presidents are usually considered the second-in-command in the organization, depending on the organization structure. They take over when the president is unavailable to fulfill duties. They may also represent the organization in external events and other official functions. They are important members of the boardroom, and their opinions are usually sought after as well. Vice presidents are usually poised to follow the president's footsteps in the organization, especially if the president is nearing retirement. They also make urgent and crucial decisions when the president is not available to do so. Vice presidents must have strong business acumen, decision-making skills, and professionalism.

Board Member

Board members are fiduciaries of an organization leading it to its sustainable development. They are elected by its board of directors or its supervisory committee. They remain true to the mission and vision of the company whenever there are conflicts. Outstanding board members have good qualities like meeting participation, supportive attitude, anxious feeling to better serve the committee, and passion for any kind of cause. Being a board member improves business, and strategic acumen enhances confidence, and heightens skills in corporate governance.


Owners, in the most basic sense, own the business, company, or organization. They are responsible for building the business. They create business plans and the general vision and mission of the company, set goals, work on these goals, and ensure that the business keeps running. They manage all aspects of their business, from finances to marketing to people, etc. When the business becomes stable, owners eventually hire more employees. As such, owners also become overseers who would ensure that the organization remains afloat.


Presidents are usually the highest-level executives in an organization. They oversee the whole company. They identify clear goals and provide strategic direction as the company works towards the achievement of their overall vision. Presidents are the decision-makers in the company. They make crucial decisions to ensure that the company continues to grow and survives challenges that come their way. They are expected to consider all stakeholders, from the board of directors and employees to the customers in their decision-making process. Presidents also represent the company in external functions, especially during high-level events. As such, they are expected to be professional, well-mannered, and good communicators.

Project Manager

Project managers oversee a specific project related to the organization's business. They manage the whole project from inception to evaluation. They initiate planning with involved departments, follow-through on the plans, ensure smooth execution of the plans, and evaluate the project for further improvements should these be needed. In line with this, project managers also ensure that the project is cost-efficient and well within the budget. They also manage the different work teams involved in the project and ensure that things are running smoothly on this aspect as well.

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Can A Treasurer Make 100k?

Yes, you can make $100,000 per year as a treasurer. The chances of earning over $100k for a treasurer are actually pretty good because the highest-paid treasurer positions typically pay at least $265,000 per year. The average annual salary is $109,169 for treasurer jobs. For example, treasurers in Massachusetts whose salaries are in the 90th percentile earn an average salary of $218,000.

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