Grant Accountant
FirstDay Foundation

San Antonio, Texas

Posted in Not for Profit and Charities

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Job Info

It's a great feeling to work for a company that does so much good for others around the world!

Academic Req: Bachelor's degree

Work experience: Minimum three years accounting experience with not-for-profits and strong accounts receivable experience. State and federal grant experience required to include experience in month end close, preparation of monthly financial statements for multiple programs, divisions and/or companies and grant reporting requirements.

Critical Action Items & Measurable Deliverables:
1. Plans, organizes, and coordinates the centralized accounting and financial reporting for assigned grant portfolio.
2. Responsible for the creation and preparation of invoices, to include state or federal contract invoices/billings and collection of funds.
3. Responsible for intercompany invoices for related party rentals, staffing and services.
4. Coordinates with key personnel at all levels of the organization to support proper and timely expenditure of grant funds in compliance with applicable guidelines and budget deadlines.
5. Prepares or assists in the preparation of all applicable fiscal reports from the grant or contract portfolio and ensures the timely submission thereof.
6. Ensures completion and reconciliation of accounts receivable for Medicaid, SSI/SSA, and Trust Fund subledgers.
7. Ensures completion and reconciliation of accounts receivable monthly close, including monitoring and tracking the status of each program through its program life cycle; and maintaining the organizations grant financial calendar.
8. Responsible for the creation and review of monthly A/R subsidiary reports and reconciliations to general ledger for assigned contracts and grants to include research and communication to Controller of issues regarding aged accounts receivable.
9. QuickBooks Online monthly transaction recording and reporting for international entity.
10. Performing various month end financial statement close duties including various monthly and annual financial statement reports, billing spreadsheets, program census reports, donor restricted schedules, match expense reporting and other grant reports and financials documentation as needed.
11. Prepares audit work sheets, schedules, reports and supporting documentation to be used during grant audits by federal, state, or other related agencies in accordance with Uniform Grant Guidance.
12. Conduct special analysis as requested and provide resolutions and recommendations.
13. Assist in the closing of the fiscal year end books as needed.

Other Responsibilities:
1. Preparing and entering daily/weekly/monthly journal entries, deposits, foreign currency conversions, schedules, and reports including the generation of and review of indirect cost calculations for assigned contracts and grants.
2. Ensure accuracy of accounting data and reconciling to general ledger.
3. Prepare quarterly reviews and reconciliations to include internal control and inventory forms, reconciliation of payroll Labor Distribution Reports (LDR) to general ledger and completion of time and effort reporting requirements by applicable programs.

1. Experience working with accounts receivable and subledgers.
2. Not-for-profit experience.
3. Knowledge of foreign exchange transactions is not required but is a plus.
4. Knowledge of general accounting principles and general accounting functions including reporting requirements and procedures related to federal, state, and other related grants, cost accounting, government accounting and auditing.
5. Knowledge of budget preparation and administration, financial record keeping and reporting.
6. Knowledge of principles and practices of contract/grant administration and monitoring.
7. Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
8. Strong work ethic with a defined sense of urgency, ownership, and accountability for job duties.
9. Strong problem-solving skills.
10. Experience using QuickBooks Online is not required but is a plus.
11. Proficiency in spreadsheet, word processing and accounting software.

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If you like to work with people that believe they can make a difference in the world, this is the company for you!

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