Manager, Finance & Grants - Extended Search

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Position InformationJob Title Manager, Finance & Grants - Extended Search Working Title Manager, Finance & Grants Requisition Number 063398 Department Finance & Operations Location Lincroft Job Description The Manager of Finance and Grants is responsible for accounting operations of the College, to include general ledger and grant accounting, analysis of daily general ledger activity, determine which journal entries are necessary to properly state financial statements, and make accounting adjustments as required. The position oversees grant budgets and compliance of financial and accounting activities and provide professional assistance to the Executive Director of Finance & ITS. Description of Duties/Selection Criteria Accounting Operation
Provide leadership in analyzing, reviewing and making adjustments as needed to the year-end closing of all College accounts.
Recommend, develop, and implement procedures to facilitate overall accounting operation. Assemble and prepare accounting and financial data necessary to complete the College's quarterly reports and annual budget; review for reasonableness and accuracy and make adjustments as needed.
Post transactions to general ledger, coordinate all activities to provide accurate and timely reports.
Prepare, analyze and verify financial records, statements and reports.
Maintain all areas of the general ledger and provide back up for journal entry and budget approvals.
Post monthly activity and payments for various bond issuances. Initiate wire transfers as needed.

Grants Budget
Provide professional assistance to Division and Department leaders in the development of grant budgets, establishing guidelines in conformance with Federal, State and local regulations in accordance with generally accepted accounting procedures.
Administer all financial transactions pertaining to grants.
Compute, prepare, and submit indirect cost rates and apply in accordance with grant requirements (e.g., monthly, quarterly, annually, etc.).

Compliance & Audit
Provide leadership in monitoring financial and accounting activity for compliance with generally accepted accounting principles and College policies and procedures. Notify Executive Director of irregularities.
Prepare grant reports in preparation for the College's annual audit and frequent grant audits.
Prepare invoice/billings and collect funds for the support of grant fund expenditures.
Responsible for the preparation, review, and coordination of A-133 Audit work.
Responsible for post award grant accounting ensuring compliance with funding source administrative guidelines, timelines, receipt of revenue, as well as accurate submission of financial reports, A-133 audit, and annual closeout of all grants.
Monitor all grants for appropriateness and compliance with expenditures and reporting. Prepare financial/fiscal reports for granting agencies and program managers, gathering the necessary financial backup where required.
Control and monitor all grant accounts using integrated financial system to draw down funds.
Monitor/tracking the status of each program through its program life cycle.
Work closely with financial aid to ensure the drawdown of funds are accurate, appropriate, and provide monthly reconcilement reports to Executive Director.

Finance Divisional Support
Provide financial analysis, internal and external, including special studies, financial reports and schedules, and projections for management and others.
Prepare indirect cost analysis, profit and loss statements, and related reports as directed. i.e., analysis, projections, Semester Forecasts, etc., for the monthly Board of Trustee meetings.
Work on special assignments and prepare special reports as required.
Assist with the closing of year end books.
Apply intermediate skills that require working knowledge of function/specialization.
During union negotiations and the annual budget development process, prepare cost reports and analysis on salary, benefits, and other financial implications.
Assist the Executive Director with economic impact analysis on matters related to employee relations and grievance administration.
Perform other duties and special projects as assigned by the Executive Director of Finance and ITS. Minimum Qualifications Master's degree in Finance, Accounting, or a closely related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired.
Five years of experience in general accounting, preferably in Higher Education or Non-For-Profit.
Knowledge of Fund Accounting and generally accepted accounting
principles (GAAP), Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB) statements and financial report preparation. Strong analytical skills and attention to detail.
Strong communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills. Ability to learn detailed knowledge of applicable Federal and State regulations as well as the College procedures, policies and regulations.
Proven computer literacy with proficiency in utilizing and applying Microsoft Office Outlook, Word, Excel and Power Point as well as specialized software programs and computer applications. Ability to travel locally and to other sites. Preferred Qualifications & Special Considerations (i.e. overtime, expertise in, physical requirements, flexible in schedule, travel, preferred qualifications, etc) Knowledge of Monmouth County and its communities preferred. Special Instructions to Applicants A review of credentials will begin June 26th and continue until the position is filled. Pay Rate $74,922 Pay Basis Annually Job Open Date 05-23-2019 Job Close Date Open Until Filled Job Category Administrative/Non-Represented Duration, If Temporary:Job Type Full-Time Grade/Rank A5 Desired Start Date:HoursResidency Requirement NJ Residency function checkForSelectedStatus(){ return true;}




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Posted: 5/24/2019
Application Due: 7/23/2019
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