Details: Commensurate with experience
611 North Rampart Street
Maintain the accuracy of the general ledger and monitor the flow of information produced in the areas of accounts payable, payroll, general and grants accounting.
DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:
*Monitor the compilation and processing of transaction data (i.e. revenue, payroll, grant activity, etc.), including the review of monthly regular and recurring journal entries through general ledger templates and/or interfacing methods (e.g. upload ADP payroll data).
*Monitor the timely preparation of monthly bank reconciliations on all primary operating checking accounts and initiate approved online inter-bank transactions.
*Assist in the review and approval of bi-weekly payroll data produced through Human Resources.
*Assist in the review and approval of weekly Accounts Payable processing data.
*Supervise the General Accountant, Grant Accountants, and Accounting Assistant.
Monitor the analysis and preparation of journal entries for the Investment Portfolio and the Endowment Funds.
*Monitor the analysis and preparation of monthly private and public grant allocations.
*Acquire and maintain a working knowledge of the organization's accounting system, including all applications (i.e. general, accounts payable, cash, accounts receivable, asset and grants management).
*Maintain monthly communication with Grants Management Team regarding compliance issues, staffing, budgetary changes, and financial deadlines.
*Work jointly with the Director of Finance to ensure efficacy of financial policies and procedures, including procurement and compliance with federal and state regulations.
*Prepare monthly analyses of board-designated (long-term investments) and temporarily restricted (donor-stipulated gifts) net assets.
*Prepare adjusting entries and assist in the preparation of month and/or year-end closing transactions.
*Maintain and reconcile general ledger balance sheet accounts ensuring accuracy of reporting.
*Assist the Director in the preparation of monthly/quarterly financial statements; production of cash flow projections and monthly actuals-to-date report; and in ensuring the efficacy of the organization's budget process.
*Ensure the timely dissemination of monthly budget/actual reports to the management team.
*Perform other jobrelated duties as assigned by the Director of Finance.
EDUCATION, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and EXPERIENCE:
Minimum requirements include a degree in accounting, CPA preferred, and 5-10 years of experience in managing an accounting team with working knowledge of most facets of financial managment (preferably with a not-for-profit organization).
Short Term Disability
Long Term Disability
403b Savings and Retirement Plan
Sick and Vacation
Ten (10) Paid Holidays
Level of Language Proficiency
English - proficient
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
QUALIFIED APPLICANTS SEND A COVER LETTER and RESUME TO:
COVENANT HOUSE NEW ORLEANS
ATTN: MR. CLINTON CHARLOT, DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
611 N. RAMPART STREET
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112
email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE: NO TELEPHONE CALLS (FIRM)