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Associate Manager - Professional Ethics

Ethics/Peer Review
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Summary of Role
Oversee and/or coordinate division activities directly with Professional Ethics Executive Committee (PEEC), Enforcement Subcommittee, Joint Trial Board Division and State CPA Societies. Oversee all administrative activities supporting the division.
Accountabilities & Responsibilities
  • PEEC Coordinator responsibilities
    • Set-up quarterly town meetings for the PEEC, which includes working with meeting planner to assess hotels, meals, and AV needs.
    • Coordinate PEEC dinners.
    • Respond to committee member requests, assist in the preparation of meeting agendas, travel reimbursement forms, and communicate meeting and hotel information to PEEC members and guests.
    • Monitor PEEC agenda items that are to be included in meeting agendas and follow up with staff, accordingly.
    • Track and acknowledge exposure draft comment letters, and assist Senior Managers with preparing comment letter summaries/table on proposed standards.
    • Submit payment requests (in Oracle) for the public member quarterly payments and for any necessary contractor invoices. 
  • Enforcement Subcommittee Coordinator responsibilities
    • Oversee the opening of new cases and assignment to managers
    • Oversee production of case reports from CMS every 60 days, including identification of cases with no activity within 60 days for division leadership review
    • Oversee preparation of acknowledgement letters, non-cooperative letters, interview offer letters, no violation, no further action, dismissal letters, closing letters to members and complainants for enforcement cases, including obtaining necessary signatures and updating of CMS
    • Perform various tasks relating to the subcommittee, including, but not limited to, responding to committee member requests, assisting in the preparation and sending meeting agendas, coordination of various meeting events including, but not limited to scheduling hotel rooms, meeting rooms, ordering meals, and other meeting preparation duties.
    • Oversee administrative support to hotline, including update of hotline database  
  • Trial Board Case Coordinator responsibilities 
    • Oversee updating of Trial Board Projected/Ready monthly spread sheet from Crystal Reports
    • Oversee compilation of trial board memos, ordering of final copies, and mailings to trial board administrator
    • Oversee the updating of CMS and the filing of memos properly, including the maintenance of JTB Memo cabinet
    • Oversee forwarding of all documents from trial board administrator regarding trial board and automatic cases to managers, as appropriate 
  • State Society Coordinator responsibilities
    • Act as contact person for the State Societies ethics chairs and liaisons for updates on cases referred to the Association and various other matters
    • Oversee the opening, maintenance, monitoring, and closing of all State Society cases in CMS
    • Oversee the monitoring and management of State Society concurrence packages
    • Oversee the prepare of State Society reconciliations from CMS on a semi-annual basis and send to State Societies. 
    • Investigate any discrepancies in case inventory 
  • Oversee other support activities of division, as required
Supervisory Responsibilities
  • Administrative Assistants (4)
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Required
  • Strong organization and prioritization skills
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work with little direction in environments requiring structure and accountability
  • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality
  • Ability to maintain a high professional demeanour in dealing with senior management, key stakeholders and all levels of the organization (e.g., state societies, state boards, regulators)
  • High degree of customer service including the ability to problem-solve effectively
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint and Excel); Oracle, CMS, etc.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment with changing priorities
Required Experience, Qualifications & Education
  • 4 – 6 years’ experience in related field
  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business or related field  
Preferred Experience, Qualifications & Education
  • Previous supervisory experience

Equal Employment Opportunity

The Association of International Certified Professional Accountants is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All employment decisions are based on business needs without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status or any other applicable legally protected status. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

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