KANA's Community Grants Accountant is responsible for providing financial review, analysis and reporting of the organization’s federal, state, local, and non-governmental grants for KANA's Community Services Division, and supporting the development of the organization's budget and forecasts.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
The following duties are not intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by this position. Other duties as assigned.
Prepare timely, accurate and meaningful grant financial reports monthly, quarterly and annually for KANA's Community Services Division. Ensure all required financial reports are submitted to the granting agencies consistent with the granting agency deadlines. Collaborate with the Program Managers to ensure financial reports are submitted according to the terms outlined in the Notices of Award. Ensure internal grant files are up to date and accurate.
?Review check requests and purchase orders against current budgets to ensure compliance to applicable laws, regulation, and the organization's policies and procedures.
Prepare, review, and distribute grant budget-to-actual expense reports on a monthly basis or as deemed necessary. Review proposed grant budget prior to submission for reasonableness and completeness.
Review Indirect Rate Table, prepare monthly indirect allocations consistent with terms of the Notices of Award. Provide fringe benefit rates for prospective grant application.
Reconcile Grants Accounts Receivable and Deferred Revenue balance sheet accounts to assure compliance to generally accepted accounting prinicpals and the terms of the granting agency.
Provide training to Program Managers on grant financial reports and interpreting financial performance. Prepare grant analysis worksheets for annual audits. Assist with annual budget preparation.
Assist with expenditure forecasts.
As necessary, the Community Grants Accountant will assist the Health Grants Accountant during seasonally high volumes.
This job has no supervisory responsibilities.
Bachelor's degree (B. A.) in accounting or business from an accredited four-year college or university and one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Excellent internal customer service and communication skills. Strong planning and organization skills. Knowledge of various forms of software applications, including but not limited to accounting, database, Internet, e-mail, spreadsheet, and word processing.