Assist the Chief Financial Officer in all phases of the Association’s accounting operations. ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
•Assist in preparation and review of monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements. •Assist in external, internal, and regulatory audits. •Preparation of federal income tax related entries and schedules inclusive of preparing and maintaining related support. •Assist in the preparation of Directors’ reports. •Review general ledger accounts and accounts payable entries and reports to verify accuracy and reasonableness of financial transactions. •Responsible for sending and verifying wire transfers. •Prepare quarterly FFIEC Call Report. •Perform accounting and regulatory research as needed. •Provide assistance to the CFO with new projects and provide responses to various request for information. •Preparation and update of accounting procedure manuals as needed. •Maintain Master Control Software. •Maintain Fixed Asset Software •Investment Portfolio Accounting Program maintenance and processing. •Process reports for other departments on a monthly basis. •Maintain compliance with all other banking regulations and bank policies, as they relate to the primary duties and responsibilities outlined herein. •Successful completion of required compliance related training within prescribed timelines. •Keep abreast of current trends in accounting by reading industry literature and attending selected seminars and conventions.
•Working knowledge of U.S. GAAP and FASB accounting procedures. •Ability to interpret federal income tax regulations and internal revenue code. •Ability to interpret federal regulatory and state reporting instructions. •Strong Microsoft Office products knowledge, specifically Excel. •Excellent problem-solving skills, self-motivated and the capacity to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines. •Understanding principles of Interest Rate Risk. •Ability to trouble-shoot along with strong analytical and mathematical skills. •Strong attention to detail and accuracy of work, inclusive of reviewing for reasonableness. •Ability to work independently. •Excellent leadership, interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills. •Ability to work with multiple personalities, keep a positive, upbeat attitude and respect and support decisions made by senior management.
•Position requires 4-6 years progressive experience in accounting and financial reporting. •Strong Excel knowledge and experience.
Additional Salary Information: Depends on experience
Yakima Federal was founded in 1905 by a group of Yakima Businessman, who saw the need to establish a savings and loan, incorporated Yakima Savings and Loan under the laws of the State of Washington to receive savings deposits from Yakima residents and to conservatively invest these funds in first mortgages to support the growing needs of the community. The business strategy “Safety for Savings” of... our founders has been carried forward with integrity, community commitment, and astute business foresight. We continue to operate without sacrificing the expertise, judgment, and ethics that have made Yakima Federal "Central Washington’s Preferred Financial Institution."
We believe a companies most valuable asset is its employees. We know it is important to listen and respond to employees’ ideas and opinions. We want every employee to be proud to be a part of Yakima Federal’s highly talented and motivated team. We offer competitive salaries, a generous benefit package and an environment that promotes professional development.
We are committed to going that extra step to provide value-added service with integrity and excellence. We strive to listen and respond to the needs of our customers, to regard them as individuals and serve them in a friendly and professional manner.
We are dedicated to the betterment of the community that makes the Association possible. We encourage our employees to join us in taking a leadership role in key community organizations and to lending a helping hand to their favorite service activities.