Working with the Finance team, providing financial reporting, analysis and program budget development.
Monitor grant expenditures and revenue.
Maintain the integrity of budget information entered into Sage.
Work with the accounting to maintain current and accurate accounting records.
Work with Program Managers to provide leadership and financial strategic direction for budgets and reporting.
Update and maintaining spreadsheets and databases which support reporting, billing, cost share, subaward management, and other grants management functions.
Coordinate with the Financial Manager on budgetary aspects of reports.
Work independently and consistently exercises discretion and sound judgment in the area of grants management.
Prepare schedules and work papers as required for audits.
Work with Program Managers to prepare fiscal projections.
Review all applications against company guidelines, in addition to drafting progress reports, non-competing applications, amendments, and budgeting.
Prepare summaries of grants and effort allocations for Principal Investigators, meets with them and responds to their questions.
Complete quarterly and annual budget projections and forecast analysis.
Oversee fiscal policies and procedures to ensure grant programs operate efficiently and maintain compliance with federal and state laws.
Review profit and loss statements prepared by team members; ensure proper presentation, accuracy and proper grant analysis, by working with team to monitor grant balances, anticipate and identify financial problems, propose solutions and initiate corrective measures.
Ensure grant revenues are classified accordingly as restricted, temporarily restricted or unrestricted. Monitor grants receivable, along with the expected cash receipts for specified grant expenditures.
All other duties as assigned.
BA or BS in Accounting, Finance, or Business Administration.
Master’s degree or CPA licensure preferred.
Minimum 5 years of non-for-profit accounting
Demonstrated experience with budgets, ledgers, invoices, and fiscal reporting.
Minimum 4 years of analysis experience 1-2 years management or team lead experience preferred
Familiarity with education sector.
Ability to correctly interpret grant agreements and government regulations
Must possess solid computer literacy skills including proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Word, and PowerPoint; website (intranet) update and maintenance skills are desired.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
ability to correctly interpret grant agreements and government regulations.
Knowledge of accounting and financial skills.
Strong time management skills, including ability to handle multiple concurrent tasks.
Knowledge of research methods and funding sources.