Budget & Compliance Officer

Reports to:  Vice President of Finance & Administration

Department:  Finance

Position Summary:

As the Budget and Compliance Officer you will monitor compliance with general and specific grant requirements contained in the various Federal and private grants awarded to the organization; provide technical expertise ensuring grants compliance with state and federal law, funder requirements and internal policies and procedures; and develop strategic grant proposal budgets.  

Responsibilities:

  • Monitor compliance with general and specific grant requirements contained in the federal and private grants awarded to the organization.
  • Maintain files and documentation for our federal grants and contracts to ensure accuracy and compliance.
  • Responsible for all post-award grants management
  • Send monthly reports to front line managers indicating the current status of grants worked on    by their teams. 
  • Communicate the status of grant activities and progress toward objectives to both internal and external stakeholders. 
  • Oversee the financial compliance of subgrants by performing risk assessments for potential grantees and sub-awardees, monitoring compliance with grant requirements, policies and procedures, and performing site visits as needed for financial review.
  • Assist with all program and financial audits and financial reviews.
  • Assist with maintaining up to date financial policies, procedures and templates.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications
Competencies Required

  • Ability to independently interpret and apply thorough knowledge of applicable compliance requirements and regulations
  • Ability to serve as a technical resource for budgeting and financial reporting process
  • Ability to identify problems and changing requirements and recommend changes to policies and procedures to meet those needs
  • Ability to establish expectations and give clear directions to meet goals and objectives
  • Ability to analyze and interpret financial data
  • Ability to plan and implement change initiatives
  • Ability to remain flexible to meet constantly changing and sometimes challenging demands
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and Sharepoint
  • Strong communication skills with the ability to modify delivery, language, or content to account for the characteristics and needs of the audience

Education and Experience Required

  • Bachelor’s degree (business or finance preferred).
  • Minimum three years’ experience in U.S. federal grant compliance or single audit work
  • Proficiency with Federal regulations, i.e., OMB Circulars, 2 CFR 200, formerly A-110 (226), A-122, A-133
  • Experience with not-for-profit accounting standards
  • Experience with Accounting software platforms such as Intacct, Sage, Quickbooks

Applicants must submit a resume, a cover letter with salary requirement, and three references with contact information using this form https://www.tfaforms.com/4773960 . Only complete applications will be considered.