Fiscal Manager

Washington DC Non-Profit Agency
Position Description
Fiscal Manager

This position
is responsible for the federal and local government grants financial management, accounting
financial activities
and general management of employee benefits
and reports
to the
Chief Executive Officer.

Duties and Responsibilities


Responsible for federal grants financial management reporting and compliance matters; serves as financial management liaison with federal office; ensures timely completion of all financial reports.


Manages day to day financial operations, maintains the general ledger, performs the bank accounts reconciliation, oversees cash receipts and cash disbursements processing, and conducts monthly closing process.


Processes payroll, performs payroll allocation journal entries, monitors payroll service tax and reporting.


Prepares monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual finance reports to the grantors, including SF 425s and SF269s, and federal ad-hoc funding reports; maintains relationships with federal and local government specialists;
investment portfolio.


repares budgets for operati
ons, programs, grant proposals.


Prepares audit packages to consolidate financial statements and footnotes for: public audit, OMB A-133 compliance audit, desk audit
, federal review
, and District of Columbia audit.


repares the indirect cost proposal and tracks use of non-federal shares to meet the federal regulation requirement.


Prepares and manages data for federal tax forms. Coordinates commercial insurance, and enrolls employees in benefit plans.


Knowledge of federal grants management and nonprofit organizations.
Bachelor s degree
and/or Master s in f
, accounting
or related field.
Strong computer skills using M
Office (Ex
cel and Word) and the internet; Proficient in QuickBooks
and ADP (or comparable software).
Strong interpersonal and communication skills a must.
Strong attention to detail.
Excellent written and verbal skills in English. Knowledge of Spanish a plus.

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