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Accounts Receivable (AR) Manager - Costpoint Experience Required
Reporting to the Senior Manager of Accounts Receivable, the Accounts Receivable (AR) Manager is a key leader within the Accounting and Finance Team. This position will be responsible for the day-to-day invoicing operations, cash applications, and Intercompany Work Order (IWO) processing. This includes invoicing and unbilled analysis, with support to collections, cash applications and all relevant processes, procedures, reporting, and analysis. The AR Manager will need to develop and maintain strong working relationships and partnerships with members of the Finance and Accounting organization, and the Operations and Executive leadership teams.
What you will do:
Oversee and manage the billing team to ensure that all invoicing processes are completed in an efficient, timely, and accurate manner.
Oversee and manage unbilled reconciliations and analysis. Maintain variance analyses between revenue and billed amounts. Work with finance and operation leadership on solutions to clear unbilled amounts
Support subledger reconciliations, accounts receivable analysis and reserves
Partner with Operations and Finance leadership to drive DSO targets
Review billing setups for new or revised key contracts
Assist with the development and documentation of accounting policies and procedures
Work with other AR Managers to develop and implement training and staff development programs for the AR team
Manage Cash applications across Costpoint with regular reviews of unapplied cash
Drive weekly and monthly IWO processing with related cash application, unbilled analysis, with added support during accounting period close
Support department initiatives as directed
What you will need:
Four-year accounting/finance degree from accredited university or equivalent work experience
10+ years of experience in accounting/finance or equivalent with increasing responsibility (at least 5+ years of management experience)
Solid Microsoft excel skills (pivot tables, vlookups, charts, etc.)
Comprehensive knowledge of the Sales to Cash process
Experience w/ Costpoint 7+
Proven leadership and management capability
Proven analytical skills
High attention to detail
Excellent written and oral communication
Strong and effective change management skills
Strong knowledge of US GAAP, SOX and internal controls
Proven ability to lead initiatives with a focus on continuous improvement
MBA/CPA is a plus
Working at ICF
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