Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA), one of the Nation’s preeminent Housing Finance Agencies and one of the State’s ten largest financial institutions, is currently seeking a Supervisor – Governmental Reporting & Analysis to build upon their 50+ year leadership in housing finance.
The Supervisor - Governmental Reporting & Analysis is responsible for the supervision and training of the Governmental reporting and analysis staff, including the preparation of financial statements during the year, assisting with regulatory and compliance reporting (State and Federal) and ensuring effective internal controls for all processes. The Supervisor - Governmental Reporting & Analysis will perform special analyses as assigned.
Analysis, reconciliation and/or review of assigned income statement and balance sheet accounts
Management of month-end close activities and preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements
Preparation of annual audit schedules, with frequent interactions during audit year end with IHDA’s external auditor
Management of receipts and disbursements of grants and loans across Governmental programs and reconciliations to sub ledgers
Management of new Governmental program setup within the general ledger system
Monitoring of accounting policies and processes to ensure alignment with program reporting requirements and related funding agreements
Close interaction with program directors on various government accounting tasks.
Excellent benefits package, including 401 (k); immediate vesting.
Education and Experience requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance required.
At least 5 to 7 years of experience in accounting and financial analysis with a minimum of 2 years of supervisory experience. Governmental experience required.
Solid technological skills and analytical abilities with expert ability to manage multiple tasks with time-sensitive deadlines.
Expert knowledge of JD Edwards Enterprise system or comparable ERP system
Certified public accountant (CPA) or master’s degree in business administration (MBA) are preferred.
Willingness to work outside of normal business hours during monthly, quarterly and annual close to meet deadlines.
Team player with good interpersonal and communication skills.
About Illinois Housing Development Authority
In 1967, the Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA) was created as a self-supporting authority by the state legislature to finance quality affordable housing across Illinois. We connect qualified Illinois residents and communities with state and federal financial tools to stimulate affordable housing opportunities.
IHDA works as a bank with a public mission: To finance the creation and preservation of affordable housing across Illinois. We partner with lenders, developers, local government, not-for-profits, community groups, and others to deliver low-cost financing programs. Our financing spurs construction jobs to keep Illinois residents working.