DLC, an Addison Group Company, is adding talent to its Chicago-based team of SEC Reporting Manager Consultants!

We are currently seeking experienced SEC Reporting Manager Consultants who want to join a fantastic team of talented Consultants, tasked with supporting our clients in a wide range of interim and project-based Accounting needs.

DLC currently serves our clients out of four offices in Chicago, Northern California, and Southern California. Our Chicago clients include US Foods, Kraft, Sara Lee, Mondelez International, Exelon, Arthur J. Gallagher, Career Education Corporation, Deutsche Bank, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, and a multitude of venture capital firms, hedge funds, and private equity firms.

As a DLC Consultant, you will provide solutions across a wide variety of industries, companies, and functional disciplines. On a Daily Basis, you will work directly with finance and operating executives at the Clients we serve.


  • SEC Reporting Requirements: Forms 10-K, 10-Q, S-1, S-3, S-4
  • FASB Pronouncement analysis and implementation
  • Post-merger integration
  • Reporting package development
  • Financial and operational audit coordination and execution
  • Consolidated financial statement preparation
  • Monthly close process redesign
  • Creation, review and documentation of internal control policy and procedures


  • Define software requirements
  • Manage software selection process
  • Act as functional lead in implementation of financial systems or product upgrades
  • Serve as liaison between IT and Finance/Accounting functions
  • Design and map chart of accounts
  • Develop and execute test scripts
  • Design financial reports using system or bolt-on reporting tools Identify and implement “quick hit” process improvements
  • Perform post-implementation troubleshooting


  • Develop “as is” process narratives and flow charts
  • Implement best practice recommendations
  • Align processes with capabilities of new systems
  • Ensure processes are compliant with external regulation


  • Provide interim financial management when positions are impacted by growth, re-organization, merger, acquisition, or relocation
  • Evaluate job description and job content
  • Document desk-level processes
  • Identify and implement productivity opportunities
  • Assess efficiency of workflow
  • Develop current and accurate position descriptions
  • Train newly hired staff


  • Analyze and document project objectives and requirements
  • Scope project, identify resource requirements, articulate deliverables and develop timetables
  • Create project and communication plans
  • Coordinate efforts of internal process owners and subject matter experts
  • Develop contingency plans to eliminate obstacles to on-time and on-budget completion of the project


  • Ensure availability of necessary historical data
  • Ensure completion of current and prior period financial statements as needed
  • Act as liaison between auditors, investment bankers, buyers and sellers
  • Construct forecast models to support short and long term decision making
  • Develop process and infrastructure to meet new reporting requirements
  • Ensure on-going lender requirements can be met accurately and expediently
  • Train employees to execute in an environment requiring more sophisticated reporting and analytics
  • Ensure people, process and systems support acquirer’s growth and profitability objectives


  • Ensure transaction accounting is recorded properly
  • Develop periodic reporting requirements for combined entity
  • Establish integrated monthly close process
  • Align and Integrate general ledgers, product hierarchies, customer files , pricing files and other data files
  • Ensure productivity and synergy savings are captured
  • Create new budgets and forecasts for combined entity