Assistant Financial Manager - Finance/Community Guardian Program

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Assistant Financial Manager - Finance/Community Guardian Program

Status: Admin/Exempt/Full-Time
Reports to: Financial Manager
Date Posted: 12-Jul-2018
Job Type: Full Time

Details

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Provide technical guidance to ensure that assets and client funds are used for the personal interest and well being of the client.
• Complete, submit and follow-up on forms for the IRS (including tax returns), Veteran’s Administration, Social Security Administration and the courts (among others).
• Generate, verify, submit and follow-up on accounting reports.
• Complete, verify, submit and follow-up on forms for the IRS, Veteran’s Administration, Social Security Administration and the Courts (among others).
• Marshal and manage client assets and entitlements.
• Provide required financial summaries and reports as required by the Court, Board, funding source or governmental agencies.
• Verify income of clients and appropriate expenditures as recommended.
• Establish and reconcile bank account(s) for new and existing clients.
• Manage and reconcile cash disbursements.
• Develop, maintain and manage client budgets.
• Manage client financial resources within budget constraints.
• Investigate any unusual bills or transactions.
• Attend to and oversee off-site banking needs.
• Communicate and negotiate with vendors, suppliers and landlords on behalf of our clients, including invoice dispute resolution.
• Communicate with County clerks, securing and filing of bonds required by courts.
• Review and approve transactions entered by CGP financial staff and print checks for all payables.
• Task, monitor, supervise, train, evaluate and assist a team of accountants.
• Provide social worker team with information necessary to obtain benefits for our clients.
• Assist in the development of office procedures, workflows, tasking and schedules.
• Assist Financial Manager with other duties.
• Identify weaknesses and strengths in Finance team processes and skill sets to support improvements.
• Perform other tasks as assigned.

Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree with a major in accounting or finance preferred.
• Minimum five years of previous experience in accounting or auditing, with a minimum of two of those years in a supervisory role.
• Ability to effectively read, write and speak in English.
• Strong two-way communication skills.
• Willingness and ability to apply critical thinking and problem solving to your task execution and work product is essential.
• Computer literate in database, spreadsheet, and word processing.
• Familiarity with financial accounting software preferred.
• Willing and able to learn technology tools to support position duties.
• Highly detailed, accurate and willing to take ownership of one’s work product.
• Able to work productively in a high volume team environment.
• Willing and able to accept and offer assistance when needed.
• Understanding and appreciation of the roles of race, religion, ethnicity, sexual preference and individual values as they relate to serving clients and their families.

To Apply

Email résumé and cover letter to: jobs@jasa.org. Indicate Assistant Financial Manager - Finance/Community Guardian Program - Manhattan in subject line.

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Mail to: JASA
Human Resources Department
247 West 37 Street – Ninth Floor
New York, NY 10018


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