The Assistant Finance Officer, under the direction of the Chief Financial Officer/Development Officer (CFO/DO), is responsible for assisting with all aspects of the Agency’s financial operations to ensure all financial systems are in place and functioning effectively. The Assistant Finance Officer will perform accounting duties such as recording receipts and disbursement for financial transactions on the general ledger, generating financial reports on a timely basis, and assisting with budgeting, grant invoicing, payroll functions, and accounts payable, while maintaining appropriate accounting records.
- Bachelor’s degree preferred or a minimum of 4 years business accounting experience.
- Analytical thinking and ability to analyze data.
- Understanding of non-profit accounting is preferred.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office
- Proficient in utilizing various types of software and technology.
- Must be able to type, prepare and analyze financial reports and communicate effectively with funding sources and other departments within the agency.
- Valid driver’s license is required.
- Must be able to pass criminal background checks.
- Responsible for federal and state payroll tax reports, W2 and 1099 filings.
- Record journal entries as required for Accounts Receivables, Cash Disbursements, Charges, Deposits, In-Kind, Money Transfers, Interest/Dividend, etc.
- Assists in the preparation of grant invoices and related financial reporting.
- Assists in payroll preparation and processing.
- Assists with the Agency’s annual audit to ensure the audit is completed timely.
- Assists CFO/DO, directors and managers with preparation of grant applications, budgets, and funding requests.
- Participates in training and related topics to maintain high standards in the Fiscal operations.
- Performs all other accounting duties as assigned.
- Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
- Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times.
“Agency employees share in the responsibility to mobilize community resources and promote community awareness in support of Tri-County Community Action Agency’s anti-poverty efforts.”