Assistant Director of Management Reporting

New Penn Financial - Plymouth Meeting, PA3.6

Full-time
Position at New Penn Financial
With a high degree of visibility and coordination with Senior Leadership, the Senior Financial Analyst is responsible for internal management reporting, financial analysis, budgeting and forecasting for a national mortgage banking company and newly acquired subsidiary of a publicly traded company

RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Prepare and maintain budgeting and forecasting models through coordination with Senior Management of NPF, Shellpoint, NPF divisions and affiliates.
  • Maintain management reporting models and support the consolidation of various companies.
  • Facilitate internal management reporting for the Board, Senior and Local Management.
  • Coordinate and perform regulatory reporting, including;
    • The delivery of financial information to the Tax Dept for state and Federal filings.
    • Preparing and filing Sales & Use tax, local taxes, and property taxes, 1099’s – coordinating with Accounting and Tax.
    • Quarterly MBFRF and NMLS filings for NPF and Subsidiaries. Maintain reporting models, coordinate gathering of statistical data, and help file the reports online.
    • Support the annual LEAP, GNMA, FNMA, FHLMC, and VA filings.
    • Prepare the monthly adjusted net worth and liquidity calculations for all GSE’s (FNMA, FHMLC) and government agencies (GNMA, HUD, VA, USDA).
    • Provide ad-hoc reporting for legal and compliance for state agency filings.
  • Serve as system administrator for the G/L, TM1, Kwiktag, and Concur.
  • Oversee and backup the Senior Treasury Analyst for the daily check cutting, wire, expense reporting, and cash management processes.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance. CPA or CFA designation a plus.
  • At least 3 years’ experience working in a high‐volume, high‐pressure environment involving the use of advanced spreadsheet functions, data bases, and reporting tools.
  • Experience working for a large regional or national public accounting firm, or experience working for a large company performing financial reporting, analysis, and budgeting.
  • Aptitude and enthusiasm for data flow automation
  • Thorough understanding of financial statements.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills due to visibility to Senior Leadership.
  • Requires organization, the ability to manage multiple tasks, and the willingness to complete projects in a time sensitive environment.
  • Advanced user of Excel to build and maintain complex models, proficient user of Word and PowerPoint.
  • Experience with Crystal report writer and TM1 report writer a plus.

  • Database experience and or system administration experience a plus.
New Penn Financial, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Equal Opportunity Lender.

No Visa sponsorship will be available for this position.