The Controller manages the day-to-day operations of all accounting functions, which consist of accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, fixed assets, investments, and the general ledger including account reconciliations and account analysis. The Controller works directly with internal and external auditors and assists operational personnel with accounting-related matters as requested. The Controller is responsible for day-to-day supervision of employees and carries out management responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws, and also:
Manages day-to-day operations of the Accounting Department by providing leadership to all accounting functions.
Prepares and enters General Ledger entries and reconciliations for month-end closings to close books in a timely manner
Posts accounting entries for investments, credit cards, mailing services, FHLB activity and system revenue.
Assists with wire transfers and inter-bank transfers in accordance with company policies and procedures.
Completes or supervises monthly account analysis of balance sheet and income statement accounts.
Assists in internal and external audits and examinations, including assisting with the preparation of audited financial statements, footnotes and supplemental information.
Responsible for the collection of Trust IRA and other accounts receivable.
Responsible for the review and approval of all disbursements.
Prepares or supervises sales, property and withholding tax calculations and payments.
Assists the CFO with the review and annual renewal of insurance coverage.
Supervises others through training, directing and measuring work, delegating, managing performance, interviewing, hiring, and resolving problems.
Provides ongoing support to the CFO, CEO and Chairman, as requested.
Provides support as requested for regulatory and financial exams and audits.
Monitors and clears house accounts for advisor and IRA businesses.
Monitors compliance with established PO policies.
Responsible for the accurate accounting for 12b1 and service fees from mutual funds.
Responsible for intercompany allocations and the reconciliation of intercompany balances.
Assists as requested with the development of strong internal controls in other areas of the business.
Must have a strong background in accounting and auditing principles, and be able to evaluate and implement new accounting regulations from time to time. Must have an expert level knowledge of all accounting functions and related internal controls, including accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, cash, investments, general ledger, fixed assets, deferred revenue, reserves, budgeting, and financial reporting. A Bachelor’s degree in accounting is required along with 10 years’ accounting experience with 5+ years of experience successfully supervising others. CPA certification and a Series 27 license are strongly desired.
Must be able to design Excel spreadsheets using intermediate level functions. Also proficient in Great Plains and Word programs.
Must be analytical, self-directed and able to juggle tasks and priorities. Strong problem solving skills and the ability to work under deadlines are needed also. Must be able to adapt to change.
At Trust Company of America, we develop software and provide service to Registered Investment Advisors, giving them everything they need to reach their full potential. We are a challenger, going up against the big guys with a faster, simpler way to succeed. Innovation and technology are a key part of our game plan. We stand up for the RIA, fighting for them, because when they win, we win.
But here’s the thing: We want to do exactly the same thing for each and every one of our team members. Because when you’re happy, successful and thriving, so is TCA.
We are committed to creating a collaborative culture, where doors are always open and ideas always shared. We’re here to give you:
- Support from colleagues and leadership teams
- Open lines of communication
- Insight and education
- Opportunities to achieve and advance
Our team members receive a comprehensive package of benefits. Some of the highlights include:
- 3 weeks paid vacation
- Nine paid holidays
- 6 PTO days annually
- Comprehensive medical and dental insurance plans
- On-site fitness center, nutrition counseling, personal training and quarterly massage options
- Concierge service
- A fun, hard-working atmosphere! (Softball & bowling teams, Company sponsored happy hours etc.)
- Casual dress
- Company-paid life insurance
- Company-paid long-term and short-term disability insurance
- 401(k) plan with 25% match
- Section 125 plan
- Education assistance programs