This position performs a variety of accounting work involving the preparing, maintaining, analyzing, verifying, and reconciling of financial transactions, statements, records, and reports for operations and grants; assists in preparing the year-end audit reports and schedules.
Typical duties include but are not limited to:
- Track grant awards and monitor due dates for invoicing and reporting
- Assists with maintenance of rates and budgets in DOEA contract software
- Prepares and submits grant expenditure reports by due dates
- Monitor grant expenditures and ensure proper documentation
- Communicates and maintains relationships with provider contract managers and staff to achieve fiscal goals
- Responsible for financial reporting based on grant requirements
- Reconcile reports and invoices
- Assist with grant/contract proposals and applications, including providing fiscal/budget support to ensure timelines are met
- Ensure compliance with funder requirements
- Support financial audits, and ensure documentation is maintained for funder monitoring
- Analyze financial data proactively to find any potential inconsistencies or errors in an accurate and timely manner
- Performs general ledger account analysis
- Assists with developing and maintaining accounting controls, policies and procedures
- Reviews, analyzes, and evaluates existing policies and procedures to develop improvements in efficiency, effectiveness and productivity
- Monitors funding reimbursements and expenditures for budget compliance
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university with a degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or Management
- Ability to use computer and Microsoft Office products including Word and Excel
The successful candidates must be able to demonstrate proficiency in the following knowledge/skills/abilities:
- Knowledge and understanding of applicable federal regulations, grants management, Uniform Guidance (2 CFR 200), GAAP, FASB, and Fund Accounting.
- Knowledge of accounting principles, billing procedures, budgeting and fiscal management as they relate to non-profit organizations.
- Ability to develop and analyze detailed budgets and resolve complex budgeting issues
- Ability to effectively communicate and express ideas (verbally and written)
- Ability to make sound recommendations based on facts and logical assumptions
- Ability to multi-task, work effectively under pressure and respond to changing priorities
- Ability to establish and maintain professional communications and relationships with various organizations/agencies and be able to effectively interact with other staff members, provider/partner representatives
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team; provide outstanding customer service and display effective time/project management experience
- Ability to work effectively in a high demand and fast paced environment to respond to changing priorities
- Ability to work with and interpret contracts, laws/legislation, regulations, policies as well as other technical documents
- Proficiency in spreadsheet applications such as Excel
The successful candidate will show proof of COVID-19 vaccinations.
Benefit Package includes:
Agency provided employee health insurance, Life Insurance/AD&D, Vacation, Holiday and Sick Leave Programs, EAP, Educational Assistance and 401k retirement plan.
To apply for the above position:
Send your resume and a cover letter to: Area Agency on Aging, 4400 N. Congress Ave. WPB FL 33407 attention firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 561-214-8678.
Please note that due to the volume of responses received, only those candidates selected for an initial phone interview will be contacted.
Also Note: Submittals without a cover letter specifying the position applied for, as well as candidates’ applicable qualifications, will not be considered. Please be aware a fax cover sheet does not constitute a cover letter.