The Fiscal Specialist is responsible for day-to-day operations of the Fiscal Department under the direction of the CFO. The accounting duties include maintenance of accounting records, including receipts and disbursements, proper recording of all financial transactions for each funding source, maintenance of the general ledger, and generating financial reports on a monthly basis or as grant sources require
- Minimum of two years of college or equivalent accounting skills required.
- Bachelor’s degree in business or accounting is preferred.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office.
- Employee must demonstrate in-depth knowledge of non-profit accounting and/or governmental accounting.
- Non-profit accounting software experience.
- Must be able to type, prepare and analyze financial reports and communicate effectively with the public, funding sources, and other departments within the agency.
- Valid driver’s license is required.
- Input invoices and payment requests in the accounting software.
- Responsible for the preparation and disbursement of payroll, processing time and attendance records.
- Responsible for generating checks and/or vouchers ledger reports and financial summaries for review as part of the processing of accounts payable.
- Gathering information for independent auditors.
- Participates in fiscal management training and related topics in order to maintain high standards in fiscal operations.
- To perform all other accounting duties that may be assigned by the CFO
- Sit 50% of workday
- Stand 50% of workday
- Use computer, calculator and other office equipment
- Occasionally lift 25 pounds
“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.”