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Prudential Financial

Manager, Customer Service

Prudential’s Group Insurance Record Keeping Operation (RKO) is seeking an experienced leader of people to direct a team of financial and customer service professionals responsible for the administration of client group insurance record management services. Services include but are not limited to processing of participant requests, customer and complaint resolution, billing, premium reconciliation, and suspense management.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Lead and develop a team of 15 associates by providing routine coaching sessions and career building opportunities
  • Develops and monitors the application of operating systems including policies and procedures, operating structure, and information flow.
  • Ensures the volume of work produced meets product/service standards and exceeds quality standards.
  • Develops and implements complaint resolution procedure and ensures complaints are handled effectively.
  • Controls expenses, develops production goals, monitors production and prepares progress reports for upper management.
  • Approves personnel activities which may include hiring, training/development, evaluation, managing pay, and corrective counseling/termination proceedings.

Qualifications:

  • Strong talent management focus with 5 – 7 years of leadership experience
  • General knowledge of Group Insurance products
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Outstanding collaborative skills and ability to interface at all levels within and across the organization
  • Demonstrated initiative, motivation, flexibility and responsiveness to change
  • Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
  • Strong knowledge of Access, Excel and Word
  • Currently hold a series 6 and 26 or willing to obtain these within the first six months of hire

How to Apply: email your resume directly to prudiversityrecruiting@prudential.com and include your organization in the subject line.


Columbia University in the City of New York

Associate Vice President, Capital Finance & Administrative Services
Columbia University Facilities and Operations

Columbia University seeks a dynamic and broadly skilled finance professional to lead key business and administrative support functions in the Columbia University Facilities and Operations organization (CUFO).

CUFO is responsible for an annual operating budget of $400 million. The University’s capital budget through 2018 currently stands at $1.75 billion. CUFO manages more than 240 buildings and 13 million gross square feet as well as the portfolio of 6,300 residential units at the Morningside campus and 750,000 square feet of Columbia-owned space leased to commercial tenants. On campus, with the integration of Campus Services into CUFO, the organization becomes responsible for the management of some 5,600 dormitory units and approximately $120 million in fees and revenues generated from housing, dining services, health services, and event management.

Columbia’s leaders are currently managing a significant expansion of the university into a new campus in the Manhattanville area north and west of Morningside, which will be the home of the Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute located in the new Jerome L. Greene Science Building, a new home for the Columbia Business School, the Lenfest Center for the Arts, an academic conference center and other University facilities. As the development of Manhattanville continues, 6.8 million square feet of new academic, administrative, and commercial space will come online. More information about CUFO is available at http://facilities.columbia.edu.

Reporting to CUFO’s Vice President for Finance & Administration, the Associate VP, Capital Finance and Administrative Services functions as a senior member of CUFO whose work and leadership will have an impact on all of its activities. With the support of approximately 35 staff, the Associate VP will direct services that support CUFO’s work at both Morningside and Manhattanville campuses, specifically procurement and project administration; capital planning and budgeting; construction and engineering review and assurance; and accounts payable.

A strong grounding in finance, capital budgeting, and accounting is a central qualification for success in this role. A background in the financial administration of capital projects and/or the administration of construction contracts is highly preferred.Key to these endeavors will be the use of a project management system to provide services to support internal and external clients. The AVP will interact regularly with senior-level faculty and administrators: excellent oral and written communication and negotiating skills are required. A clear customer-service commitment and successful experience in managing change are absolute requirements, as is demonstrated performance establishing and maintaining productive, collaborative relationships with a full range of internal and external constituencies. Columbia is one of the great urban universities in the country. Experience, therefore, managing a technical service organization in a dense urban setting will be an advantage. Experience in a unionized environment is necessary. Experience in New York City is ideal.

Columbia is one of the most distinguished academic institutions in the world, with strengths in medicine, science, the arts, and the humanities. The faculty of approximately 3,600 teaches more than 28,000 students from over 150 countries. The University’s academic programs are organized in three undergraduate divisions and 13 graduate and professional schools as well as a school of continuing education. Columbia’s programs in health sciences – medicine, dental & oral surgery, nursing, and public health – are clustered north of the Morningside campus at the Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) in Washington Heights.

For more information or to apply, please contact Columbia’s search consultants at Opus Partners: Craig Smith, Partner (craig.smith@opuspartners.net) and Jane McMahon, Consultant (jane.mcmahon@opuspartners.net).

Columbia University is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity employer and encourages applications from women and minorities.

Steiner Sports

Senior Accountant- $70K-$80K

The Company
Steiner Sports specializes in helping companies use the power of sports to grow their business. Steiner Sports is part of the Omnicom Group (NYSE: OMC), the world’s leading company in communications, advertising, marketing and digital services. We have spent over 25 years building relationships with more than 2,000 athletes (e.g. Derek Jeter, Eli Manning), national relationships with the MLB, NBA, and partnerships with the best teams in sports (e.g. NY Yankees). We use these relationships to create unique sports experiences for clients. We are also the leading producer of authentic hand-signed memorabilia.

The Opportunity
Are you stuck in a boring accounting job with no growth opportunity? Do you want to make the transition from public accounting to private? Do you love sports? Steiner Sports is an amazing place to work for sports fans, or anyone looking for a fast-paced, high-energy environment. We are looking for an energetic and self-motivated Senior Accountant that wants to grow.

Responsibilities

  • Work closely with Controller & CFO
  • Perform month-end procedures & various account reconciliations and analysis
  • Monthly financial reporting
  • Evaluate, recommend, & enforce internal and inventory controls
  • Coordinate all accounting functions associated with processing of Inventory, sales orders, cash management, vendor transactions, and contractual compliance
  • Assist with preparing and filing sales tax reports and annual tax reporting

 

Requirements

  • 2 - 5 years’ experience in public or private accounting
  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting
  • High Energy Level with Willingness to Become Involved in all aspects of Business Operations to Improve Efficiency and Profitability
  • A team player with the ability to multi-task
  • Strong analytical skills, highly motivated, and attention to detail
  • Detail oriented with strong analytic, investigative and problem solving skills
  • Energetic, hard-working and highly motivated
  • Proficiency with Excel, Hyperion (HFM), and Microsoft AX
  • Must be able to thrive in a fast paced working environment
  • Must have strong relationship and communication skills
  • Must have a passion for sports
  • Late nights, weekends, and some travel required

 

Benefits

  • Bonus potential based on personal & overall company performance
  • Excellent benefit plans including health, dental, life, vision, FSA & 401k plans

 

Reports to: Controller
For more information view Steiner Sports website at www.steinersports.com and contact Corrine Aponte at CAponte@steinersports.com.


New York State Opportunities


Prudential, ALT0001I , Senior Investment Reporting Analyst, Financial Analysis

Description

Prudential’s Alternative Assets Group is a unit of the Global Chief Investment Officer organization, which conducts asset and liability management and portfolio construction for all of Prudential’s domestic and international business operations.  The Alternative Assets Group is responsible for managing approximately $8.0 billion in assets, comprised of private equity and hedge funds, as well as real estate and other investments in real assets.

The Alternative Assets Group is seeking a financial reporting professional with solid analytical skills to join the team.  The position reports to the Vice President, Financial Analysis within the Alternative Assets Group and will work closely with the entire group.  The candidate will be expected to:

  • Assist in building and supporting Prudential’s alternative assets platform by:
    • partnering with the group to develop strategic plans and analytical tools
    • delivering essential investment data and financial information
    • preparing reports for portfolio management, risk management, financial management and regulatory oversight purposes
  • ​Support the production of accurate and timely periodic reports, using technology to enhance production efficiency
  • Support the annual and quarterly planning and projection processes for all alternative asset classes
  • Perform alternatives-related analysis and special projects as requested
  • Serve as a contact with Prudential’s Finance, Treasurer, Investment Accounting, Tax, Internal Audit, Compliance and IT departments, as well as external service providers

Qualifications

  • Minimum of 3 years of prior finance or reporting experience; insurance company experience preferred
  • Knowledge of private equity, hedge funds and other alternative assets preferred
  • Knowledge of partnership accounting, documentation and taxation
  • Knowledge of Investran and Oracle a plus
  • Experience working in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment and proven ability to effectively prioritize competing demands
  • Ability to distill and communicate complex issues in a clear, succinct way to peers and to senior executives
  • Strong interpersonal and relationship management skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills
  • Bachelor’s degree required; CPA a plus

To apply click here.


JPMorgan Chase, Financial Analysis Associate - Mortgage Banking – New York City

Description

The Mortgage Banking (MB) Originations Planning & Analysis group reports into the MB Originations Chief Financial Officer and supports MB Planning & Analysis.  The group partners with senior Finance leaders and their teams across the originations business and serves as a reporting and analytical resource to help leaders understand and manage all financial aspects of the business.

The Associate will report directly into the Originations Planning & Analysis VP and have key responsibilities that include the following:

  • Perform analytics related to P&Ls, forecasts, and key performance indicators
  • Help drive the improved integration of reporting/data, forecasting, and analytics across the four origination channels and various subsets
  • Contribute to externally presented analytics including quarterly earnings documents and investor related questions
  • Participate as a critical team member in finance driven projects that span the originations business
  • Conduct ad-hoc financial analysis and problem solving to further breakdown results
  • Partner with Originations Finance channel teams, peer Mortgage Banking Finance teams, and business teams to support senior management decision making

Qualifications 

  • Exceptional analytical, problem solving, and critical thinking skills
  • Minimum of 5 years of progressive financial services experience
  • Strong interpersonal skills; ability to interact with broad scope of employees, including those at more tenured levels
  • Self-motivated individual with the ability to effectively prioritize multiple projects and tasks
  • BBA Finance/Economics/Accounting
  • Real estate or mortgage finance experience is a plus
  • Strong computer skills including Excel and PowerPoint, ability to work with large data sets such as Access and Essbase preferred

Interested candidates can send resumes to: Erica Dardaganis @ erica.j.dardaganis@chase.com


Prudential Financial – (Internal Wholesaler: NSD0007H)

Successful candidates for the National Sales Desk will have an in-depth understanding of the Annuities/Financial Services industry and key competitors in the marketplace. The Annuities Sales Desk Specialist/Internal Wholesaler will develop new business within the territory by proactively calling representatives, providing sales and marketing information and providing follow up information as requested. Annuities Sales Desk Specialists will maintain contact with Financial Professionals to keep them up to date on products, provide information, and ideas required in completing sales. The Internal Wholesaler will stay informed of business trends in the industry in order to be proactive in providing sales solutions.  They will work closely with External Wholesalers, Marketing, Compliance, and Sales Management, and work to build relationships with Financial Professionals. The skills the desired candidate will possess are:

  • Demonstrated territory management skills and ability to organize multiple priorities.
  • A solid understanding of a business-to-business sales model.
  • Strong self motivation.
  • Ability to maintain open communication with External Wholesaler. 

​Successful candidates will participate in an attractive compensation plan.

Qualifications

  • Action oriented - dynamic self-starter with entrepreneurial spirit and drive.
  • Bachelor's Degree, or equivalent work experience
  • Demonstrated knowledge of more complex annuity and industry-related concepts
  • Excellent telephone communication skills
  • Strong teamwork orientation
  • 3 - 5 years of sales experience, preferably in financial services
  • Strong customer focus
  • FINRA Series 6 & 63 State Insurance license 

To apply, click here.

Prudential and its affiliates, Newark, New Jersey are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employers and are committed to diversity in our workforce

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