Senior Manager - Pipeline Initiatives at aicpa in Washington, District of Columbia

aicpa
Published
September 17, 2020
Location
Washington, District of Columbia
Job Type

Description

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Senior Manager - Pipeline Initiatives (Remote Opportunity)

About The Association
Combiningthe strengths of the American Institute of CPAs and the Chartered
Institute of Management Accountants, we empower the world's mosthighly-skilled accountants
- CPAs and CGMA designation holders
- with theknowledge, insight and foresight to meet today's demands and tomorrow'schallenges. We drive a dynamic accounting profession that works every day to buildtrust, create opportunity and grow prosperity worldwide. Summary of Role: Lead andfacilitate the identification and implementation of projects and activitiesaimed at increasing the pipeline of ethnic minorities enrolling and graduatingfrom accounting programs, earning the CPA credential, and ensure theirsuccessful transition into the profession. Implement and coordinate effortsaround supporting ethnic minority serving educators/institutions who build thediverse pipeline. Provide D&I inclusion related education to student andprofessional members, when needed. Accountabilities &amp

Responsibilities

Profession
Awareness Identify target populations; visits target schools and meet with prospective students, counselors and administrators and participate in accounting or student career events to promote the accounting profession.
Lead the development of awareness strategies for a variety of audiences.
Lead the planning and execution of student awareness initiatives to attract students into the accounting profession. Plan, prepare and launch digital and non-digital awareness campaigns to attract students into the accounting profession. Represent the Association by giving presentations about the profession at events, such as student conferences, affinity professional conventions, college visitations and community meetings. Program
Development and Implementation Lead the planning and execution of recruitment and retention events and programs for prospective students, including planning the agenda and coordinating speakers and other logistics.
Supervise the development and implementation of programs and department projects. Lead and collaborate with the AICPA Foundation related to diversity and inclusion programs. Monitor student retention rate and track progress of student status in school based and career exploration programs. Identify and implement creative methods to secure mentoring and coaching for students as they are making the decision to study accounting.
Maintain strategic relationships with internal AICPA teams and external partner organizations to promote collaboration and information exchange about the accounting profession. Coordinate D&I efforts with academic pipeline team that support all student members and/or universities. Research, Analysis and Reporting Lead and review research pertaining to diversity, inclusion, belonging, equity, and equality; how it impacts pipeline development; and organizational culture. Maintain records and metrics for school based and career exploration programs including participation rates, and costs; document the effect the school based programs and career exploration programs are having on student decisions.
Track students to ensure they stay "on track" to obtain their degree and CPA. Attend national conferences to report on the progress of the AICPA's diversity initiatives. Analyze and report on the overall effectiveness of recruitment and retention programs. Supervisory
ResponsibilitiesAnalyst,Diversity and Inclusion
Knowledge, Skills &Abilities

Required

Experienceand proficiency in data analysis and research of diverse student recruitmentand retention pipelines and diversity demographic evolution
Strong organization, project management andprioritization skills
Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
Strong presentation skills
Attention to detail
Demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced environment
Proficiency in M/S Office, Power
Point, Word and Excel
Ability to evaluate initiatives and projects, troubleshoot andeffectively interact with key players to arrive at effective outcomes
Demonstrated ability to work effectively amongst peers and with seniormanagement
Demonstrated ability to maintain strict confidentiality
Experience with and/or knowledge of web-based systems and programs
Experience with social media tools, web casts, pod casts, etc. Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment with changingpriorities
RequiredExperience, Qualifications &

Education

Minimum of 7 years' professional work experience, including three yearsdiversity and inclusion work experience and pipeline relevant employment suchas a K-12 educator/administrator, university/college educator/administrator, ortalent acquisition. Bachelor's degree
PreferredExperience,Qualifications &

Education

Master's degree
Working knowledge of statistical methodsWhy Work for Us?
At The Association, you are part of aglobal, diverse and talented group of colleagues. You have opportunities toinnovate and collaborate in a leading organization that impacts individuals andbusinesses. You'll have opportunities to progress while enjoying an excitingwork environment that supports and celebrates individual achievement,development and professional satisfaction. Together, wewill lead the most influential body of professional accountants and create thefuture of the global accounting profession. We offer competitive benefits, PTO, flexible workingprinciples, and a supportive, collaborative team environment.
Job Expires: 2020-12-16
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