(Nonprofit) Senior Financial Analyst PT/Flexible Schedule
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Nonprofit Senior Financial Analyst for Artportunity Knocks, Inc.
Department: Executive Level
Supervisor: Executive Director
Pay Scale: $25-$27 per hour based on experience
Direct Reports: No direct reports
Position Type: Salaried; Full-time (Currently Part-Time due to COVID-19)
Location: Atlanta, GA; partially remote
Our non-profit 501 C(3) organization is in search of a self-directed and experienced Nonprofit Senior Financial Analyst to oversee all financial and accounting activities. This position is a part-time position requiring approximately 25 hours per week and will be paid on an hourly basis. The successful candidate will be responsible for all aspects of the day-to-day finance activities, including but not limited to budget management, grant management and accounting.
The key to success with our organization is being a “people person” and possessing the capability to deliver high-quality services. If you are excellent at what you do, this position may be promising for you!
*ALL staff and interns must obtain a background check *
Duties & Responsibilities
The Nonprofit Senior Financial Analyst is job responsibilities and duties:
- Oversee operations of the finance department, set goals and objectives, and design a framework for these to be met.
- Assist senior leadership in preparing and executing agency annual operating budget.
- Maintain of the company’s accounting system (QuickBooks), including accounts payable, accounts receivable, purchasing and budget.
- Serve as lead liaison for all financial compliance audits.
- Develop and document all financial procedures and processes.
- Develop regular financial statements, prepare special projects and perform analysis for senior management.
- Reconcile accounts on a monthly basis to perform month end reconciliation.
- Manage accounts payable (invoices, expense reports and check requests) into accounting system and process payments in a timely fashion.
- Ensure all transactions are coded to the appropriate account, department, class and/or project and prepare monthly journal entries.
- Track all 1099 applicable vendors and coordinate with HR to ensure all filing requirements are met.
- Research technical accounting issues for compliance with all federal, state and local regulations.
- Monitor Federal, State and local grant expenditures to ensure compliance with all regulations.
- Perform grant reconciliation documents (labor and receipt/invoice reconciliations).
- Create and submit grant related financial reporting (Monthly cost forms).
- Perform year-end closing procedures, reporting and tax filings.
- Strong compliance with policies, procedures and internal controls.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Degree in Finance, Accounting, Business, or related field
- Experience with managing QuickBooks for a nonprofit organization.
- Experience managing the financial aspects of state and federal grants.
- Excellent problem-solving, analytical, technical, and numerical abilities
- Strong oral, written and numerical communication skills
- Must be reliable, honest, and trustworthy; must possess a high level of integrity
- Ability to collaborate with other executive team members
- Must be able to attend mandatory orientation, meetings, and trainings
- Minimum of 5 years of finance and accounting experience, including finance, accounting, audit, and analysis (including gathering, evaluating, presenting, and reporting financial information to management and external stakeholders)
- Solid experience in coordinating audit activities and managing reporting, budget development and analysis, accounts payable and receivable, general ledger and payroll.
- History of nonprofit work, with experience with fund/grants accounting preferred
- Proficiency with accounting software and excellent Excel skills
- Paid (all or portion) time for training and education
- Annual bonus (if eligible)
- Reduced rate of care for my child/family
- Remote working