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Accounting & Finance Associate Specialist

Accounting and Finance Associate Specialists are responsible for providing key deliverables and detailed analyses. This role will report to the Accounting and Finance Manager. Associate Specialists complete work as assigned to meet and exceed expectations in alignment with company culture. They are expected to learn quickly, possess flexibility, communicate effectively, leverage others’ knowledge and abilities, and work well with other members of the team. Associate Specialists promote Sendero’s core values and culture.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Support the General Ledger functions (e.g., Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable) including processing vouchers for payment, invoicing and payment application
  • Support the financial statement preparation and presentation processes through report setup, maintenance and account reconciliation as needed
  • Understand the client invoicing process and provide support as needed
  • Send out approved invoices
  • Provide annual budgeting support as needed
  • Support other members of the Accounting & Finance Specialist team as needed
  • Monitoring client account details for non-payments, delayed payments and other irregularities
  • Research and resolve payment discrepancies
  • Review all Accounts Payable invoices for appropriate documentation and approval prior to payment and answer vendor inquiries
  • Maintain all Accounts Payable reports, spreadsheets, and corporate Accounts Payable files
  • Responsible for reconciliation of bank and credit card statements
  • Support monthly close process and annual external audit
  • Assist with timekeeping and expense reimbursement process
  • Maintain fixed asset tracking system and record depreciation in general ledger
  • Adhere to policies and confidentiality expectations


  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance
  • 3.0 GPA
  • Proven work ethic, for example:
    • Part-time/full-time work (paid or volunteer)
    • Full-time work during summers
    • Varsity athletics
  • Leadership roles (academic, work or extracurricular)
  • Participation over time in two or more extracurricular activities
  • Proficiency with MS Office product suite, advanced proficiency preferred (with emphasis on Excel)
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Strong organization skills
  • Ability to work well and build relationships with individuals across levels and roles


  • Dynamic and challenging work with the opportunity to work across multiple areas 
  • Passionate, motivated, and supportive coworkers
  • Community focus with opportunities to give back
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