Under general supervision, the Financial Analyst will collect and analyze financial data, prepare financial reports, journal entries, and bank reconciliations.
The successful candidate will assist with preparing work papers for the annual audit, developing and reviewing budgets, analyzing and reviewing grant filings, preparing and reviewing journal entries, researching accounting issues, and preparing other reports as required. Other duties include calculating and preparing estimates, preparing monthly and quarterly reconciliations, review billing and accounts receivable activity and assist with special projects as they arise.
Bachelor's degree in Accounting, combined with three to five years accounting and/or public finance experience. Requires thorough working knowledge of the principles and practices of public finance, budgeting, and fund accounting. Must be organized, demonstrate advanced Excel skills, computer literate and possess effective communication skills, both oral and written. Delivering excellent customer service to both internal and external clients is essential.
Experience with collection activities and grant administration, along with a CPA license is desired.