Supervises: Accountant I and Accountant II
Critical Action Items:
Financial statement preparation, including review and reconciliation of general ledger accounts and trial balances.
Monitor and analyze monthly operating results against budget.
Prepare annual cost reports.
Coordinate all audit activity. Ensure compliance with local, state and federal financial reporting requirements.
Assess, design and set up accounting systems to ensure effective and efficient recording of accounting transactions.
Lead all day to day finance operations with functional responsibility over accounting, accounts receivable and grants administration.
Oversee all accounts, ledgers and reporting systems ensuring compliance with GAAP standards, regulatory requirements and rules for non-profits.
Monitor internal controls and safeguards for receipt of revenues, costs, program budgets and actual expenditures. Recommend improvements.
Evaluate and recommend changes to internal controls.
Prepare/review general ledger accounts to ensure the integrity and accuracy of accounts.
Manage cash flows, collections and payments.
Manage and review A-133 requirements for contracts
Comply with local, state, and federal government tax filings (990s)
Member of IMT. Attends all mandated trainings for IMT and reports for active duty when required.
Other job duties as assigned.
Education: Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or able to sit for exam. Masters in Business Administration (MBA) preferred.
Experience: A minimum of 5-10 years of professional experience in financial management and accounting, ideally in the nonprofit sector.
Solid experience in the non-profit environment coordinating audit activities; managing, reporting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger, payroll, restricted/designated funds and accounting for investments.
A track record in grants management as it relates to compliance and reporting of government corporate and foundation grants is essential.
Experience with multiple federal grants, contracts and related regulations (TAC, OMB,etc)
Ability to find and interpret relevant regulatory resources (OMB circulars, IRS regulations, etc.)
Strong knowledge of GAAP, non-profit accounting
Willing to deliver information, written/oral, clearly and concisely to others.
To display a professional appearance and decorum that upholds the core values and principles of BCFS
To demonstrate a team player attitude and to exhibit a positive sprit at all times in order to foster a positive work environment that produces an entrepreneurial ownership within the BCFS workforce.
Ability to participate in and facilitate group meetings.
Hands-on knowledge of Blackbaud Financial Edge software systems, non-profit accounting software systems and other report generating software is a plus.
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