Descriptionp>Provides the Executive Director, Finance Committee and Board of Directors with relevant financial data necessary for budgetary and financial decisions. Oversees the efficient and timely performance of the fiscal department, including supervising and overseeing all Finance Department staff. Lead staff position within the management team to develop fiscal department objectives and work plans, as well as organizational policies and procedures for fiscal functions. Reports to the Executive Director and is a member of the agency's Executive Management Team..
Position Duties &; Responsibilities
- Responsible for oversight of the agency accounting functions. Responsible for implementing Fiscal Department’s goals, projects, procedures, methods and controls. Ensures all financial records and systems are in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
- Trains and oversees employees preparing and processing AP/AR and payroll, in accordance with the organization’s policies and procedures, applicable laws and state/federal guidelines.
- Evaluates and determines training needs of fiscal staff, provides training or arranges training
- Responsible for the overall accuracy of Accounts Payable, cash disbursements, Accounts Receivable billings and cash receipts. Reviews and posts monthly allocations.
- Maintains limited partnership and subsidiary files and records.
- Supervise and perform monthly close process. This process includes the monthly production of the GAAP financial reporting package including the Statement of Financial Position, Statement of Activities, Cash Flow statement and various financial metrics.
- Responsible for reconciliation of accounting records to physical inventories, statements and records.
- Responsible for budget preparation, accuracy and presentation. Monitors financial activity to help department managers manage their budgets.
- Supplies financial information for grant applications generated by other departments.
- Proactively seek information about grant and program activity with other departments to determine applicable financial and technical accounting implications and internally report on financial performance.
- Responsible for monthly grant monitoring and reporting, including posting admin and other allocations.
- Focus on continuous process improvement relating to the efficiency and efficacy of accounting processes, policies and financial reporting;
- Assist with the creation and documentation of accounting policies and internal control framework
- Work with the external auditors for multiple audits, such as the Financial Statement audit and A-133 audit
- Responsible for monthly and quarterly reconciliation, for example in-kind reconciliation within Donor Perfect, cash transfers between the employer's operating and property bank accounts, and Barnett Townhomes LP.
- Prepares or certifies funding requests to Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS).
- Maintains detailed listings of all fixed assets (balance sheet and non-balance sheet).
- Prepares or posts journal entries as needed.
- Assures proper maintenance and storage of accounting department files, records, and reports.
- Acts as a back-up for Fiscal staff, primarily for accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll.
Position Requirements + additional not listed
- Belief in the employer's mission to help people help themselves.
- Experience in nonprofit accounting, Federal grant reporting, and A-133 audits.
Job Requirements & Worksite InfoNo CPA Degree/License required per Jessica
$ 2,435.00 - $ 3,100.00
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