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SanMar Manager, Financial Reporting in Issaquah, Washington

SanMar CorporationManager, Financial ReportingJoin Our Family, Build Your Career!ABOUT US:SanMar Corporation has been family-owned since 1971. Based in Issaquah, WA, we are an award-winning, national supplier of 21 retail, private label and mill brands. We supply apparel and accessories to screen printers, embroiderers, promotional products distributors, athletic dealers, industrial launderers and more -- whether they are outfitting a Fortune 500 corporation or the local bowling team. SanMar's success and growth can be attributed to one thing - outstanding employees who provide superior services and products to our customers. We promote a culture that acknowledges the importance of a healthy work-life balance, recognizing that happy and relaxed employees make better ambassadors for SanMar. We encourage initiative and participation by creating a casual environment that taps your full potential as an employee.Position Summary:The Manager, Financial Reporting has responsibility for supporting all parts of the financial reporting process for monthly, quarterly, and year-end external and internal financial statement closes in all subsidiaries worldwide. They assess the effectiveness of controls in the financial reporting area and influence the design of systems, processes, and controls for emerging and growing business activities. They are also responsible for collaborating with the Financial Policy & Transformation team to lead key accounting process improvement projects that involve multiple departments.Primary Duties and Responsibilities:Oversees the preparation, analyses, and review of monthly, quarterly, and yearly consolidated financial results and ensures compliance with US GAAP and all external reporting requirements in the financial reporting for internal and external stakeholders.Analyzes and recommends improvements to major systems, policies and procedures, and internal controls over financial reporting.Liaisons with external auditors/internal stakeholders during year-end external audits.Coordinates detailed work papers to support disclosures and detailed analyses included in monthly financial statements and annual audited statements in accordance with GAAP guidelines.Assists Cash Management in overseeing daily and monthly bank and payroll accounts reconciliations.Monitors periodic changes to FASB regulations for private companies, assesses the impact to SanMar, and makes necessary changes to policies, procedures, and controls.Contributes continuous improvement in the effectiveness and efficiency of the corporate monthly/quarterly close and reporting process. Leads key accounting process improvement projects that involve multiple departments.Requirements for Position: Working knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) research tools, and FASB codification (High proficiency)Expert level understanding of an internal control framework (specifically COSO) to assess control design and operational efficiency and ability to teach these concepts to team members. (High proficiency)Collaborative and team-oriented work style (Medium proficiency)Advanced proficiency with spreadsheet data manipulation and creation (High proficiency)Aptitude for leading teams; influencing and galvanizing others to work together toward a solution (Medium proficiency)Self-starter and ability to work independently and balance multiple projects and processes simultaneously (Medium proficiency)Excellent written and verbal communication/interpersonal skills (High proficiency)Excellent analytical skills (High proficiency)Certified Public Accountant (CPA) requiredQualifications:Bachelor's Degree Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or related discipline (or equivalent experience) RequiredMaster's Degree Accounting, Finance, or related Preferred4-6 years progressive experience in