The Assistant Director of Finance - Financial Project Manager/Revenue will be responsible for a broad range of financial projects, including but not limited to: Consolidated Fiscal Reporting, annual operating budget, year-end audit preparation, rate appeals, and financial analysis. This position works closely with the finance team to ensure timely and accurate reporting. Supervises Accounting Manager, Revenue.
Reconciliation, Analysis and Reports
Provides Project Plan with timeline for projects to ensure timely completion and open communication to project team players.
Provides requested financials analysis to the Director of Finance & other agency personnel in an accurate, complete and timely manner regarding financial inquires.
Monthly Payroll Analysis to Director of Finance.
Oversight and responsibility for all quarterly and year-end sales tax reporting.
Project Lead, Annual Budgets & Consolidated Fiscal Reporting
Completes the annual consolidated fiscal report and ensures appropriate and timely filing with the State. Facilitates audit with external vendor. Acts as liaison to OPWDD/DOH regarding audit results or changes to filed CFR's.
Assists with the Agency budget process, including working with Sr. Administrators and program managers to develop an accurate budget.
Analyzes historical, forecast and budget data to perform trend analysis on periodic forecast and budget submissions. Provides commentary to CFO and Director of Finance on results of analysis.
Provides support to managers developing new programs or extension to current programs.
Provide leadership and support during implementation of new Finance software.
Rates & Rate Appeals
Foundation Financial Statements
Basic Outlook skills as evidenced by creating and sending messages, working with address books, message handling, creating and using personal folders, scheduling appointments, working with meeting requests and managing tasks.
Intermediate Excel skills as evidenced by the ability to use workbooks, create simple formulas, insert and delete data, create and edit charts, filter and sort lists, and format data, link data, create and edit charts, change page orientation, add headers and footers, filter and sort lists, format data, insert rows, enter and sort data and produce graphs and charts.
Basic Microsoft Word skills as evidenced by the ability to produce basic business letters and simple tables and charts; as well as check spelling, set tabs, change page orientation, sort, save, open and organize electronic files.
Highly developed analytical skills; ability to understand accounting and finance concepts and communicate them efficiently to many organizational levels; Ability to interpret quantitative and qualitative data.
Ability to establish relationships with and influence complex networks of others whose cooperation is needed for success of programs and actions, and over whom he or she has no formal authority.
Motivation to aggressively pursue knowledge of the business to produce better and more useful information to support the decision-making process.
Exceptional verbal and written communication skills.
Extensive understanding of computer financial systems.
Demonstrated leadership and team cooperation.
Standing 10% of the time. Walking 10% of the time. Sitting 80% of the time.
Normal office environment
Primarily sedentary work with the need to exert up to 10 pounds of force occasionally to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects.
Visual acuity necessary to perform activities such as: preparing and analyzing data and figures; viewing a computer terminal; extensive reading.
Minimum Education & Experience
Bachelors' degree in Finance, Accounting, or Business Administration with 3 years experience in financial analysis, preferably in a Human Service agency. Experience with budgets, revenue and OPWDD funding required.
Arc Of Monroe County