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D.C. Job Search for Transitioning and Former JMOs, NCOs, and Enlisted Technicians

DC boasts a large veteran community, with several military installations in DC proper and the surrounding states. Within the last six years, Washington, DC has grown by an estimated 13.6 percent, with any opportunities available across all sectors.

The Top Industries for Veterans in Washington D.C.

DC has long been one of the nation's biggest business hubs. The professional/business services, construction, and education/health industries have seen the biggest growth in DC over the past years, and are projected to continue to increase over the next several years.

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Revenue Recognition Manager
Position ID: # EB-7334768187
Date Posted: 1/30/2023 1:03:10 PM
Location: Washington, DC
Industry: Consulting
Salary: $90,000 - $125,000

Job Description

Position Details:

• Title: Accounting Manager, Revenue
• Location: D.C. or Durham, NC
• Shift: 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday, 1st 3 months 3 days/week in office then 4 to 5 days a month in office
• Travel: No
• Compensation: Durham range $90,000-$112,500
DC range $100,000-$125,000
o Bonuses/Additional Compensation – Incentive Bonus, pre-taxed transportation and parking withholdings, reimbursement for personal cell phone and fitness
• Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, PTO (16 vacation, 10 personal, 11 holiday, 20hrs volunteer leave, 401k (4%)
• Vaccine Requirement: Yes (no booster required)

Position Description:
• Manage the contract review process including evaluation of revenue recognition treatment in accordance with ASC 606
• Direct the monthly revenue close process including review of transactions, journal entries and accrued and deferred revenue reconciliations
• Ensure accuracy of financial statements in accordance with GAAP
• Align resources across the Revenue team, including appropriate delegation of tasks
• Manage and develop direct reports
• Serve as liaison to client service and sales enablement teams for revenue recognition reporting, guidance and training
• Continuously review, improve and implement processes and procedures and document changes
• Collaborate with cross-team stakeholders to streamline workflows
• Provide support for annual audit
• Partner with Controller on special projects
Requirements:
• Bachelor's Degree or equivalent level of experience (9 years of experience without a Bachelor's degree)
• Minimum 5-7+ years of relevant professional experience
• Experience supervising a team
• Currently have or pursuing a CPA license
• Strong understanding of U.S. GAAP and internal controls
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Outlook, Word)
• A strong worth ethic; be well-organized and a self-starter
• A solid analytical and problem-solving skillset
• A drive to raise process efficiency issues and collaborate with team members to implement solutions
• Excellent verbal and written communication, including the ability to report on complex data in an easily understandable manner



• A customer service mindset
• The ability to work independently and within teams in a fast-paced and high-volume environment with an emphasis on accuracy and timeliness
• The ability to manage and make progress on multiple projects simultaneously
• Experience with accounting software (Microsoft GP a plus) The ability to provide excellent service, including being able to effectively manage resources, create and implement enhancements across the firm to efficiently achieve service standards, and to coach junior teammates on how to address complex service challenges
• The ability to oversee and advise on multiple complex projects, including encouraging workflow and work plan innovations, and ensuring deliverables are high-quality and meet clients’ needs.
• The ability to coach colleagues in how to understand stakeholders’ perspectives and to handle high-level stakeholder challenges
• The ability to effectively communicate difficult messages, to represent the firm to external audiences, and to mentor colleagues in how to adapt style, tone, and content to various audiences
• The ability to help teams overcome collaboration challenges and promote compromise, inclusion, and openness; promote and lead activities that support an open, safe, and inclusive organization; understand the context in which we work and build critical cross-team connections; and share useful knowledge firm wide
• The ability to regularly integrate learnings to improve team operations, to lead learning opportunities that enhance team performance, and to be a mentor to others
• The ability to empower teammates to solve problems and provide guidance only when necessary; to solve complex challenges without clear owners or solutions by identifying innovative approaches; and to facilitating coordination with others and to coach colleagues in thinking through solutions
• The ability to create space for and/or facilitate conversations about DEI, bring diverse networks and relationships to the firm, and model leading through one’s own learning edges



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Director of Operations
Position ID: # EB-1222391225
Date Posted: 11/21/2022 10:44:15 AM
Location: Washington, DC
Industry: Government
Salary: $90,000 - $130,000

Job Description

Position Details:
Title: Director of Operations
Location: Washington, DC
Shift: M-F Hybrid Position: In office 3x a week
Compensation: $90k - $130k
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package (Med/ Den/ Vision Company paid); Free Parking
Travel: None
Vaccine Requirement: Not Required

Position Description:
• Director of Operations provides administrative supervision of the headquarters to include building and grounds, internal and external leases, building operations and maintenance, strategic planning, and oversight of financial operations.
• Acts for and in the absence of the Executive Director.
• Supervise the national staff, including but not limited to company meetings and events management, building management, membership services, and administration.
• Manage contracted services to include Top of the Hill Banquet and Conference Center, fundraising, IT management, communications, and financial management.

Requirements:
• BS or directly related work experience and/or combination of education and experience.
• Military experience, Active and/or Reserve Component, with discharge under honorable conditions preferred
• Significant experience with leadership, business practices, budgeting, planning and project administration.
• Ability to develop and execute plans, manage projects of varying sizes, and implement appropriate policies and practices.

Company Description:
For 100 years the company has been the only organization solely dedicated to supporting the Reserve Components and their critical role in national defense. Company’s only exclusive advocate for the Reserve and National Guard – all ranks, all services. With a sole focus on support of the Reserve and Guard, the company promotes the interests of Reserve Component members, their families, and veterans of Reserve service; and conducts a legislative campaign that ensures the readiness of our Reserve force. Together, company members sound off in one voice for one mission.

The Sizzle:
Candidates will have the ability to serve in a senior and high-profile position supporting a worthy cause of lobbying for programs and benefits that support the military community and their families. Flexible schedules that allow for a good work from home and in office balance.



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Practice Group Coordinator
Position ID: # EB-2006579587
Date Posted: 11/17/2022 1:18:56 PM
Location: Washington, DC
Industry: Services
Salary: $66,000 - $85,000

Job Description

Position Details: Practice Group Coordinator

This position will assist the Washington, D.C. Director of America’s Mutual Banks (AMB). AMB is a membership-based organization that promotes the interests of mutual banks around the country. Through email campaigns, mail campaigns, social media, and cold calls, the Practice Group Coordinator is responsible for sourcing, qualifying, and enrolling new members. In addition, the Practice Group Coordinator will assist the director with setting agendas for meetings, composing meeting minutes, invoicing members, researching and preparing member news and regulatory alert items, and will lead the planning efforts for AMB’s annual meeting which brings AMB members to D.C. for an evening program, typically in March/April.

• Location: Washington, DC
• Shift or Travel: Hybrid-work from home 1-2 days per week. Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand. Little to no travel.
• Compensation: $66k-$85k

Position Description:

• Responsible for conducting research to determine potential member services key market information, as well as identifying areas of improvement to increase revenue and brand
• Perform analysis of membership strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats
• Develop and implement marketing campaigns, translate complex data into simple graphs and texts to compile and present data for the Director
• Increase AMB social media presence by interacting and sharing posts related to banking and mutual banks, and sharing Mutual Alerts and Inside Look pieces
• Maintain current AMB website and assist in development of new website in progress
• Finalize agendas for bi-weekly calls and responsible for the minutes of those calls
• Attend and report on governmental committee meetings and hearings
• Draft informational “Mutual Alerts” (industry related news alerts) for distribution to members
• Draft AMB Inside Look pieces for website, distribution to members, and possible publication in external periodicals
• Draft and submit comment letter on a proposed rule/regulation or legislation
• Communicate with bank CEOs on organization matters
• Prepare quarterly lobbying reports
• Ability to foster relationships with members and related parties
• Monitor and report on dues payments and maintain monthly status list, which includes calls and emails following up on delinquent accounts and encouraging renewals
• Maintain membership website
• Prepare and review invoices for members; assist with other administrative tasks (copying, filing, mailing, etc) as needed for the practice group and the AMB
• Other tasks, duties, and projects as assigned

Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in Marketing, Political Science, or Finance
• Experience with graphic design & social media
• Ability to maintain and improve marketing databases
• Strong proofreading and computer skills
• Proficiency with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint
• Ability to work collaboratively, multi-task and prioritize various projects with competing deadlines
• Professionalism when interacting with internal and external contacts

Company Description: Company is a premier full-service Am Law 100 law firm that has earned a solid reputation for complex litigation, regulatory and transactional work on behalf of clients in important and growing industry sectors around the world.
Throughout our more than 130-year history, we’ve cultivated partnerships with a broad range of public and private companies, from Fortune 500 leaders to startups and emerging businesses. Our team can design strategic solutions that meet your long-term goals no matter how large or small your matter, applying our established tradition of responsive, personalized service.
At the company, our diverse and inclusive culture of collegiality and collaboration — core values of the Firm — across all of our offices and practices is ultimately reflected in our client experience by culminating in a deep understanding of our clients' businesses.

Corporate responsibility is also an important part of the company's mission as we reach out to the communities we serve in meaningful partnerships and pro bono work.



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