Oversee and manage agency assigned grants/programs including but not limited to reporting requirements, expense reimbursement requests, budget management and revisions, cost allocation and allowability, and any other unique fiscal functions of individual grant awards. Have a working knowledge of all agency accounting functions, fiscal policies and procedures, and finance operations so that monthly financial reports can be produced.
Duties & Responsibilities:
· Prepare monthly reports and expense reimbursement requests for agency grants.
· Oversee and manage budget revisions.
· Analyze cost allocation among grants/programs and determine the allowability of expenses.
· Participate in grant budget development/creation by working with the Director of Finance & Accounting, Chief Financial Officer and agency directors in planning component budgets and analyzing programmatic needs.
· Develop and maintain financial internal control programs and procedures (policies).
· Oversee that the non-federal share matching (In-kind) requirements are in accordance with specific grant regulations.
· Knowledge of Uniform Guidance requirements as it relates to cost allocation and allowability, knowledge of grant fiscal regulations and guidelines, and any other specific requirements of a grant award or by its funding source.
· Communicate effectively with funding agencies.
· Help prepare monthly financial statements and reports for the agency, Board of Director, and internal and external parties.
· Help prepare financial proposals for grant applications.
· Prepare annual budgets for agency programs.
· Assist in the maintenance and accuracy of the chart of accounts.
· Assist the Controller and Director of Finance & Accounting in overseeing the annual single audit, as well as
· Lead the individual grant/program audits and monitoring reviews.
· Coordinate with the Director of Finance & Accounting and CFO, in overseeing and ensuring compliance with grant and board requirements.
· Participate actively on the Finance Leadership Team
· Ability to promote excellent performance in self and others
· Ability to solve problems independently, effectively, and creatively
· Demonstrates attention to details
· Ability to conduct research, study and synthesize data, and establish priorities, strategies, policies, and procedures
· Highly organized with proven ability to manage multiple high priority projects
· Demonstrates outstanding accounting and financial management skills
· Analytical Thinking
· Attention to Detail
· Continuous Learning
· Developing Others
· Financial & Management Accounting
· Using Financial Information
· Using Information Technology
· Bachelor’s degree in Accounting is highly preferred
· Nonprofit or governmental experience required
· MIP experience a plus
· Minimum of five (5) to seven (7) years of progressive grant management experience
Background check and drug screen required.