Performs advanced accounting work of considerable difficulty in the Office of Epidemiology (OEPI) business unit, with an operating budget of exceeding $138 million annually (including multiple funds and funding streams). Manages the accounts payable (A/P) and accounts receivables (A/R) functions and assigned resource management, business operations, cash management, database management, cost distribution, and ensures proper codes are used to charge applicable grants. Analyzes, reconciles, utilizes and reports fiscal data and interprets and applies applicable agency, state and federal requirements and/or regulations.
Prepares and distributes budget and financial reports, schedules, and documents. Supervises fiscal staff and ensures the OEPI's obligations meet the Prompt Payment Act, comply with applicable guidelines, and are properly documented. Provides technical assistance in assigned areas, responds to inquiries and participates in audit reviews, as assigned.
Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles; accounting and budgeting policies, procedures and requirements; and financial operations and systems. Strong accounting, financial reporting and analysis, organizational, oral and written communication, and computer (Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint) skills. Ability to prepare financial statements and reports; recommend and develop operating procedures; collect and analyze fiscal data; prepare and monitor budget activities; supervise staff; conduct training; manage fiscal operations; and interpret and ensure compliance with accounting and reporting requirements, particularly those related to federal grants and contracts.
Degree in Business or Accounting and/or equivalent experience and training. Knowledge of state accounting policies and procedures (e.g., CAPP Manual) and federal grants management requirements; and state and agency financial systems (e.g., F&A, CARS or Cardinal, FINDS, and eVA) preferred.
Employment is contingent upon satisfactory results of a state and federal criminal history background check and the Department of Social Service's Child Abuse and Neglect Central Registry check, U.S. HHS IG Exclusion List check, employment reference check, and E-Verify.
The selected candidate must complete a Statement of Personal Economic Interests as a condition of employment, if applicable (Va. Code 2.2-3114). Other financial, credit, driving, or other background checks prior to employment may be required for certain positions.
State Of Virginia