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Grants Analyst

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Robert Half Finance & Accounting Boston , MA 02199

Posted 3 months ago

If you're a Grants professional with effective communication skills, this position is right for you. Consider this position if you enjoy working as part of a team and being part of an organization that is making a difference.

Robert Half Finance Accounting is working with a dynamic, non-profit located in Boston to find their next Grants Analyst. The Grants Analyst will be responsible to manage the accounting of the federal, state and private grants of the organization. This position will assist in the year-end audit, prepare annual financial reports, conduct financial analysis, prepare/maintain budgets, and perform reporting / reconciliations of grants accounts to the general ledger.

Eligible candidates will have a Bachelors degree, 1+ years of grant accounting experience or knowledge of A-133 financial audit requirements, strong systems / Excel skills, and solid communication / interpersonal skills. Should you meet the qualifications and would like to be considered for the Grants Analyst position please email your resume to Jason Soulia at or call me at .

? Bachelor?s degree in business, accounting, and/or finance ? 1+ years of relevant experience with grants ? Advanced Excel skills

Employment Type: Full-time

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Grants Analyst

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Robert Half Finance & Accounting