It’s already been determined that Fannie Mae is TBTF so any concerns that you have about company security should be put to rest.
Plus, as a quasi-government entity (or is it just a government entity now?) your country will owe you a debt of gratitude.
Get the details for a Senior Manager of Accounting Policy position in Washington, D.C. after the jump.
Company: Fannie Mae
Title: Senior Manager – Accounting Policy
Location: Washington, D.C.
Minimum experience: 4 – 6 years public accounting experience or equivalent experience
Description: This Senior Manager of Accounting Policy will work with his/her Director and peers to ensure up-to-date company-wide accounting policies in compliance with relevant authoritative accounting literature. The Senior Manager will interact with internal customers (e.g., business units, Accounting Operations and financial reporting) to understand new transactions/business changes, research technical accounting literature and provide applicable accounting guidance.
Responsibilities: Evaluate new business initiatives, products and changes to the business through interaction with internal customers, understanding the facts and researching applicable technical accounting guidance; Write accounting policy memos documenting facts and applicable accounting policy guidance and discuss proposed accounting guidance with Directors, VPs and others within Accounting Policy Address implementation issues and questions; Interact and coordinate with consultants, auditors, and other stakeholders; Monitor accounting developments through the accounting setting process, communicate status of projects and impact to Fannie Mae, and provide guidance on the implementation of new accounting standards; Prepare and review SEC and other external reporting relating to assigned areas.
Skills: CPA required; Experience in the interpretation and application of SFAS No. 166, SFAS No. 167, FIN No. 45, SFAS No. 133, SFAS No. 5/114, SFAS No. 15/65, SFAS No. 115 and/or SFAS No. 157; Relevant SEC experience preferred