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The Anchin Executive Network (AEN) is a multi-dimensional networking initiative that is built to assist executive-level finance and accounting professionals with whom Anchin has a relationship. Through AEN's contacts and clients, executive level professionals will have access to new opportunities, educational and professional development, and exclusive networking events and content.

Who is the Anchin Executive Network?

AEN is comprised of senior-level finance and accounting professionals who we have established a relationship with including clients, alumni, former clients and others who have been introduced to us through our current business networks.

New Career Opportunities

The Anchin Executive Network will provide opportunities that are limited to members of the program. Due to our close, consultative relationship with hundreds of growing tri-state area companies, we will be able to provide direct access to executives searching for new financial professionals to join their management teams. Your membership will include bimonthly electronic newsletters with a variety of executive positions and relevant resources. Our goal is to help you find the position you’re looking for, while serving as a bridge to Anchin’s clients and friends.

Educational and Professional Development

AEN will provide complementary continuing professional education classes and resources for members of AEN. We will provide educational opportunities through our CPE for CFOs program, along with our industry-focused teams, producing live seminars and events, webinars, and presentations exclusively for members. Topics will include financial and business reporting, taxation, and other hot button financial issues currently affecting the business community. Anchin is certified to provide continuing professional education credits.

Exclusive Networking Events and Content

AEN has many long time established relationships in the business community and this will serve as a resource for its members. Anchin hosts dozens of industry events per year and members of AEN will have access to these networking opportunities. AEN will also hold periodical networking events focused on bringing together tri-state region finance and accounting executives. Additionally, AEN members will have unique access to thought leadership and other content produced by Anchin and its affiliates.

How Do I Join?

There is no cost to join. For more information on the Anchin Executive Network, please contact Steve Mandell, Relationship Manager at 212.536.6877 or via e-mail at steve.mandell@anchin.com.

Anchin Executive Network for Recruiting Agencies

Why AEN?

  • We have access to hundreds of qualified, high-level finance and accounting professionals who are members of AEN.

What can AEN do for you?

  • Access to high-level finance and accounting executive candidates
  • Opportunity sharing on AEN's website and e-mail distribution
  • Exclusive opportunities to network with Anchin team members and members of AEN
  • Director of Internal Audit (Construction) – New York, NY

    Location: New York, NY
    Salary: 225K+

    Large NYC Based Construction company is targeting a Director of Internal Audit.

    Essential Function:

    The work of IA involves undertaking operational, financial, IT and compliance audits. As part of the effort to develop a biennial audit plan, the IA Director will periodically undertake, under the direction of outside ethics and compliance counsel and in cooperation with the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, an enterprise risk assessment. This will be done with input from company executives from various disciplines, as well as input from the Company’s ownership and other senior management. Advice in this regard will also be sought from the Company’s external auditors. This enterprise risk assessment, as established by the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors, will help identify and prioritize existing and emerging enterprise risks, with a particular focus on areas with high risk and high probability that controls are potentially insufficient. The IA Director will then develop a proposed list of audits to be undertaken over a biennial period based on this risk assessment (i.e. "risk based") and available resources, as annually updated, which will then be reviewed and approved by the Audit Committee.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    The IA Director’s duties and responsibilities include:

    1. Establishing policies for IA’s auditing activity and directing its technical and administrative operations.
    2. Developing and executing a comprehensive audit program for the evaluation of the management procedures and controls governing all relevant activities.
    3. Developing an audit program that helps ensure that financial and operational information is accurate, reliable, and timely.
    4. Recommending improvements of management controls designed to safeguard the Company’s resources and ensuring compliance with the Company’s policies, as well as applicable laws and regulations.
    5. Reviewing the Company’s procedures for their adequacy to accomplish intended objectives and appraising policies and plans relating to the activity or function under audit review.
    6. Reporting quarterly, via written reports and oral presentations, to the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors and Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer the results of audit examinations, including recommendations for improvements and departmental responses thereto. IA will also report progress against the biennial audit plan.
    7. Appraising the adequacy of the action taken by management to correct reported deficient conditions.
    8. Reviewing, as appropriate, third quarter Business Unit Financial Projections used in setting annual bonus pools.
    9. Conducting special examinations at the request of the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer or other senior management, where approved by the Audit Committee.
    10. Coordinating with the Company’s external auditors in developing internal audit scope and schedules. The external auditors’ insights should be incorporated into IA’s risk assessment and audit planning process.
    11. Performing other job-related duties as required.

    Qualifications/Education/Experience/Certifications:

    The IA Director must possess a thorough understanding of both the theoretical and practical aspects of auditing, as well as some experience related to the construction industry – even if not in an auditing role. Skills must include excellent written and oral communications, with command of MS Office: Word, Excel and PowerPoint, as well as MS Visio. Strong analytical and organizational skills are required. The IA Director must be able to interact and partner effectively with other departments and business units, and have the ability to suggest creative solutions to complex business issues. He or she also should possess an understanding of risk management technics employed by the company and have strong business acumen.
    The IA Director should possess a Bachelor’s Degree in accounting or related discipline from an accredited college, along with a CPA or CIA certification. An MBA or other related advance degree would be a plus. Construction industry experience may be with a general contractor or engineering firm or with a public accounting firm in their construction practice group. This position requires a minimum of seven years of directly job-related experience in audit and fiscal operations, preferably with supervisory and public accounting experience.

    Please send resume to Steve.Mandell@anchin.com 

  • CFO (Media) – New York, NY

    Location: New York, NY
    Salary: Open

    One of the largest sellers of direct response advertising inventory in television.  The company’s client roster includes NBC Universal, Sinclair Broadcasting, Tribune Company, E. W. Scripps, Hearst Television, Raycom Media, Discovery Networks, Twentieth Television, Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League.  Privately held, the company has approximately 50 employees and is based in New York.

    Job Description

    This position reports to the partner/owners of the company. The successful candidate will be flexible in responding to change, comfortable being a “doer” as well as a “thinker” and must be able to interface effectively with internal and external stakeholders.  Strong written and verbal communication skills are essential. 

    Responsibilities:

    Financial Management

    • Analyze and present financial reports in an accurate and timely manner; clearly communicate monthly and annual financial statements and forecasts, from an accrual and a cash basis.
    • Coordinate and lead the quarterly and annual tax filing/payment process, including liaise with the tax advisors as well as preparing certain regulatory filings him or herself (e.g., Sales and Use Tax, Commercial Real Estate).
    • Oversee and lead annual budgeting and planning process along with the partners; administer and review all financial plans and budgets; monitor progress and changes and keep partners abreast of the organization’s financial status. This includes all reporting for, the individual offices and individual accounts.
    • Manage company cash flow and forecasting.
    • Lead the ongoing compliance and reporting of time and expenses for all employees.
    • Implement a robust contracts management and financial management/ reporting system; ensure that the contract billing and collection schedule is adhered to and that financial data and cash flow are steady and support operational requirements.
    • Update and implement all necessary business policies and accounting practices; create and maintain a finance policy and procedure manual.

    Human Resources, Technology and Administration

    • Assist in maintaining and developing human resources and administration, helping manage payroll, compensation, benefits, recruiting and onboarding, regulatory issues.
    • Assist in drafting job descriptions, establishing target compensation and assist, as necessary in the recruiting process.
    • Manage Benefits administrators – including annual cost reviews, Open Enrollment, employee onboarding, leaves and terminations.
    • Assist in management of onboarding and off-boarding processes.
    • Work closely and transparently with all external partners including third-party vendors and consultants.
    • Oversee administrative functions as well as facilities to ensure efficient and consistent operations as the organization scales.

     Qualifications:

    • Minimum of a B.A., ideally with an MBA/CPA or related degree
    • At least 7-10 years of overall professional experience; ideally 6+ years of broad financial and operations management experience
    • The ideal candidate has experience of final responsibility for the quality and content of all financial data, reporting for either a division or significant program area, and has preferably overseen a human resources function previously
    • Technology savvy with experience selecting and overseeing software installations and managing relationships with software vendors; knowledge of accounting and reporting software
    • A successful track record in setting priorities; keen analytic, organization and problem solving skills which support and enable sound decision making
    • Excellent communication and relationship building skills with an ability to prioritize, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders
    • A multi-tasker with the ability to wear many hats in a fast-paced environment
    • Proactive and solutions-orientation

    Please send resume to Steve.Mandell@anchin.com 

  • Global Controller (Distribution) – Staten Island, NY

    Location: Staten Island, NY
    Salary: 150K

    Distribution client of Anchin is looking for a Global Controller that has small to mid-size company experience. This person will need to be very hands-on and will oversee the daily accounting and reporting for the company. This individual will help set accounting policies and improve procedures and internal controls. Global Controller reports directly to the CFO.

    Responsibilities:
    • Manage the financial close process to produce accurate and timely financial statements
    • Manage the preparation and review of the account reconciliations
    • Maintain accounting policies and procedures
    • Treasury and Cash Management
    • Analyze financial data and reports to detect errors or missing information, initiate corrective actions as needed
    • Assists in the management of insurance risk
    • Develops robust sales reporting
    • Analysis and solutions for organizational problems
    • Prepare and present forecasts, budgets and analysis of financial data
    • Tax reporting and compliance
    • Coach and develop direct reports

    Background:

    • Accounting – CPA, preferably 4 years in CPA firm plus 2 to 4 years in public/private industry
    o Familiarity with M&A and Derivative Financial Instruments a plus
    • FP&A – Budget, analysis, modeling, DCF, and strategic thinking
    • Systems – SAP, ability to write crystal reports and familiarity with mining data from ERP systems, BI 360

    Qualifications:

    • Implemented forward thinking business concepts (i.e. data warehouse, efficient utilization of systems, shared service concepts etc.)
    • BS in Accounting or Finance
    • 7+ years of related professional experience
    • CPA required
    • Hands-on collaborative team player
    • Advance Excel/financial modeling skills

    Please send resume to Steve.Mandell@anchin.com 

  • Controller (Construction) – Long Island City, NY

    Location: Long Island City, NY
    Salary: 175K

    Responsibilities:
    • Manage six (6) person staff responsible for General Ledger, Treasury, Union Payroll & Benefits administration and all internal and external financial reporting using Percentage Completion accounting.
    • Oversee Operations Controller and seven (7) person staff responsible for Billing, Collections, Accounts Payable and Work in Process Reporting.
    • Continually review processes and procedures to ensure effective financial controls and efficiencies that provide best in class service to business leaders.
    • Review workload and analyze staffing requirements for the entire group; interview, select, train, counsel and evaluate staff to maintain effective support for the business and timely completion of tasks and projects in accordance with objectives.
    • Direct and coordinate the establishment of annual budgets and forecasts.
    • Primary liaison with external Auditors and Tax accountants.
    • Interface with Division Managers and Department Heads to ensure clear lines of communication and support throughout the organization.
    • Perform ad hoc reports and assignments at the direction of the CFO and/or Senior Management.

    Qualifications:
    • BBA/CPA required.
    • Minimum of fifteen (15) years of combined experience in public accounting and private industry with minimum five (5) years operating in Controller/Management position.
    • Strong time management, leadership, interpersonal, and organizational skills to operate in a demanding, multi-tasking environment.
    • Experience with Payroll and PR Tax filings as well as Union reporting.
    • Ability to effectively train and develop finance and accounting personnel.
    • Experience with system design and implementation.
    • Proficient in MS Office Suite; strong in Excel.
    • Construction industry experience a plus but not required.

    Please send resume to Steve.Mandell@anchin.com 

  • Controller (Construction) – Queens, NY

    Location: Queens, NY
    Salary: 100K (3 days a week)

    Long-established construction firm searching for part-time controller to fulfil the following roles:

    • Oversee all timberline accounting and billing
    • Admin payroll
    • Office medical insurance filings
    • Office 401k filings
    • Timberline experience needed
    • Various other admin tasks

    Please send resume to Steve.Mandell@anchin.com 

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