Ref No.: 18-05530
Location: Brooklyn, New York
Position Type:Direct Placement
Pay Rate : $ 75,000.00 - 105,000.00 /Year

  • Prepares and analyzes reports which summarize and forecast agency business activity and financial position in areas of income and expenses based on past, present and expected operations, by program area.
  • Monitors and investigates variances between budgeted and actual results, by program area.
  • Ensures review and approval of all expenses to assure compliance with contractual procedures and accepted business practice for Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable.
  • Directs the preparation of budgets, reviews budgets proposals, and prepares necessary supporting documentation and justification, forecasting where necessary.
  • Ensures completion of monthly fiscal reports for submission in an accurate and timely manner.
  • Prepares reports required by regulatory agencies including annual cost reports and their respective audits, including the CFR report.
  • Ensures proper reporting of finances to IRS and NYS Board of Charities for not‐for‐profit exemption status.
  • Assists with relationships with funding sources and ensures the highest possible rate reimbursements.
  • Assists with relationships with banks and other financial institutions ensuring compliance with debt covenants and cash management activities.
  • Advises management staff on desirable financial operation adjustments due to regulation revisions.
  • Arranges for audits of agency accounts and ensures an efficient and smooth audit process.
  • Assures pre‐audit preparation work and works with independent or funding source auditors to develop and monitor fiscal accountability procedures.
  • Performs cash management activities for designated entities and makes journal entries as applicable.
  • Prepares financial information needed for annual filing of corporate 990 and charities registration tax returns.
  • Prepares all year-end financial reporting and ensures compliance with applicable federal and state laws.
  • Ensures confidentiality is strictly maintained concerning all agency-related financial information.
  • Develops, maintains and implements internal management and accounting controls consistent with good general business practices and generally accepted accounting principles.
  • Comprehensive knowledge on the theory and practices of accounting and auditing.
  • Proficiency in maintaining and checking financial records and preparing detailed reports.
  • Knowledge of the principles and procedures for single and double entry bookkeeping.
  • Good understanding of laws and regulations governing maintenance of financial records.
  • Ability to examine current accounting procedures and install revised accounting procedures, when necessary.
  • Knowledge of multi‐funded, not‐for‐profit organizational structure and process, coupled with knowledge of private sector business procedures.
  • Master's in Accounting and two (2) years experience, including two (2) years of supervisory experience OR
  • Bachelor's in Accounting and four (4) years of experience, including two (2) years of supervisory experience.
  • CPA licensure preferred.