September 26, 2022

Job of the Week: Remote Accountant w/ Sage-Intacct Experience

Job of the Week

Going Concern’s Job of the Week features a CPA firm looking for a Remote Accountant with a strong working knowledge of Sage-Intacct and church client experience. If you are interested in this job, we invite you to apply with Accountingfly. 

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Job Summary:

  • Will have an excellent working knowledge of the client’s accounting systems, chart of accounts, assets, and liabilities.
  • Will own responsibility for all financial management including monthly compiled financial statements, accounts receivable, accounts payable, billing, payroll, general ledger, bank reconciliations, and tax payments.
  • Effectively maintain a partner’s books and provide reports enabling them to understand their financial position in order to make responsible financial decisions.
  • Will have the ability to interpret a complexity financial trends/data from the client’s fiscal statements
  • Will create a Partnership with the client that allows the client to live into their mission.


  • Onboard new clients onto Sage-Intacct
  • Scheduled recurring bi-monthly bookkeeping procedures in accounting systems (QBO, Xero, Sage-Intacct) QBO updated Bi-weekly for client reports
  • Deliver meaningful month-end reports
  • Substantial knowledge and experience working with balance sheet account (liability, equity, A/R, assets)
  • Strong working knowledge of Expensify,, Gusto
  • Monthly statement reconciliations
  • Track data for W9 retrieval and 1099 reporting at year-end
  • Communicate with the client as needed (missing information, needs, financial vision)
  • Ability to manage multiple nuances between many tech platforms
  • Strong balance of contextual research for future coding and efficient workflow
  • Strong knowledge base of all products and the ability to upsell services when needed
  • Aligned as a partner with the client’s internal team
  • Known for polished, professional image via email, phone, and Zoom conferencing
  • Ability to manage 5-10 clients monthly (This is ultimately dependent upon Revenue Size and FT/PT employee status.)   


  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business, or related field experience
  • Experience with cloud-based accounting systems and processes
  • QBO Certification and Sage-Intacct certifications as necessary
  • Ability to audit/inspect financial statements for accuracy
  • Ability to tailor internal systems to meet client’s needs with a solution mindset
  • Excellent computer skills and knowledge with Google Suites or MS Office Suites
  • Excellent presentation, verbal, written, and interpersonal skills
  • A willingness to maintain the highest confidentiality of Stakeholder and Church/donor information
  • Ability to work independently as well as collaborate with a virtual team
  • Resiliency/persistency, and a commitment to achieving goals
  • A proactive and motivated work ethic
  • Ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with all levels of staff
  • Must be forward-thinking and have high ethical standards and an appropriate professional image with a growth-mindset
  • Excellent organization and planning, analytical, communications, and decision-making skills
  • Ability to prioritize workload, meet deadlines and manage many clients simultaneously
  • Empathetic and ability to listen well

Accountingfly is managing the fulfillment of this position.


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