The Corporate Allocations FP&A Manager is responsible for understanding the business objectives and strategic initiatives of the Company to deliver actionable reports and presentations based on analysis of allocated time and cost data. The Manager must serve as the primary point of contact for this team and provide a high level of customer service to CIM employees across all departments and levels.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:Owner of Tenrox time tracking system and administration of the time reporting process which include: providing training and support to all CIM employees, new task setup, task access requests, timesheet compliance reporting, implementing system configuration changes to optimize performance and managing the integration of Tenrox with other systems.Owner of CIM’s time and cost allocation (“TACA”) system, process and reporting functions which include: business process and controls documentation, expert understanding of TACA system calculations and functionality, complete ownership of TACA system administration, input preparation and scenario calibration, working with the in-house IT team and external vendors to continuously improve the system and enhance reporting capabilities, monthly/quarterly/annual recurring journal entry preparation/invoicing/reporting, being responsive to all ad-hoc reporting and requests related to time and cost allocations.Become an expert at interpreting and applying the concepts included within fund documents and services contracts between CIM and its clients and affiliates. Maintain the full list of service offerings that CIM provides to its clients and affiliates and related reimbursement rules. Ensure that reimbursement rules are applied accurately in the TACA system.Continuously improve systems, business processes and reporting capabilities of the Corporate Allocations team. Maximize the output of the existing team to balance recurring work with the need for continuous improvements and make proposals to procure additional resources as needed.
NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:Position may require after-hours commitment as need arises for time-sensitive requests and to meet deadlines.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES (if any): This position will be responsible for assigning and oversight of the work of subordinates, communicating performance expectations and providing performance feedback
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:Bachelor's degree in, Business Administration, Finance, Accounting or Related Field.8+ years' previous accounting and finance experience.Prior experience leading financial system implementation projects.Big 4 (preferred)CPA, CFA, MBA (preferred)Real estate/private equity experience (optional)CAM accounting experience (optional)
TECHNICAL SKILL REQUIREMENTS:Operate standard office equipment.Proficient in Microsoft Office: Excel, Word, Access & PowerPoint Extensive knowledge of GAAP accountingExperience with data warehouse and BI tools (e.g. Tableau/PowerBI)Experience with Yardi, MRI, J. D. Edwards or comparable software (optional)SQL, VB, VBA, .NET (optional)