Careers at CASA
CASA of Central Texas is currently seeking to fill the following position:
See below for description of position.
No phone calls please.
For consideration, send cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posting closes 6/30/21.
The Accounting Manager is responsible for managing program, grant and capital project accounting in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). The position will enforce proper accounting methods, policies, and procedures. The Accounting Manager will prepare financial statements and process accounts payable, cash receipts, grant spending, and bank reconciliations. This is a key role in our financial team as it maintains the agency’s fiscal health and deepens trust and confidence from the community. The Accounting Manager works closely with executives and staff, requiring cross-departmental collaboration. To succeed in this position, candidates should have exceptional communication, computer, and problem-solving skills. You should be resourceful, analytical, adaptable, and organized with the ability to build rapport with donors, vendors, and all levels of our team.
- Bachelor degree in Accounting or Finance, or equivalent experience in a similar position for 5 years;
- 2 years in accounting; non-profit and fund accounting preferred
- Practical application of QuickBooks Online preferred
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Fund/Grant Accounting: Manage government and private funder contract-management and billing. Manage government/private grants, including billing/draw-downs, and complete reporting requirements. Prepare grant invoicing, ensure receipt of funds, monitor grant spending and balances, ensure proper allocations of grant expenses and personnel with compliance, and submit timely and accurate grant reports to the appropriate agency. Prepare financial portions of grant applications for submittal by Development staff. Assist with outside grant-related and financial audits, and tax-related submissions.
- Accounts Receivable: Receive all donations and grant monies from a wide variety of revenue sources. Prepare deposits of all incoming cash, checks and monies for deposit following internal control procedures.
- Accounts Payable: Process A/P to ensure proper expense classification and grant coding, proper authorization and backup prior to processing of payments. Prepare check request forms and write checks for bills approved by the ED/CEO. Set-up and maintain vendor records; prepare and file 1099, 1096 forms as needed. Research, track, and resolve documentation problems and discrepancies. Review source documents, including matching PO to Invoice for A/P. Track and manage employee expense reports. Track and manage vendor/contractor payments. Manage vendor statement reconciliation and discrepancies.
- General ledger maintenance. Multiple bank reconciliations for depository accounts, and multiple credit card reconciliations, including entering all transactions for all accounts. Prepare and/or review expense reports for accuracy and proper documentation. Reconcile all balance sheet accounts; reviewing for input accuracy and prepare monthly reports and journal entries, as needed.
- Format and prepare financial statements and supporting documents on a monthly basis and as requested. Assist Controller with annual budget process and monitoring cash flow. Assist facilitation with outside auditor in completing all audit and tax-filing tasks.
- Perform other related duties as may be requested by the Controller and Executive Director/CEO.
- Physical Requirements: Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer. Must be able to occasionally lift 20 pounds.
- Duties may require travel to/from CASA offices located in New Braunfels and San Marcos; travel in 4-county service area; and occasional travel to other locations.
- Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Strong project management and budget skills. Advanced skills in MS Office (Excel), accounting software (QuickBooks Online), and databases. Ability to manipulate a large amount of data. High attention to detail and accuracy. Comfort with tasks ranging from daily routine to specialized. Ability to be flexible and multitask. Excellent people skills with the ability to partner with a dynamic leadership team. Strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills. Flexible and adaptable approach, working with cross-disciplinary teams in a collaborative style. Ability to work independently, with initiative, and handle multiple priorities, task and deadlines. Ability to work in sensitive situations, with sensitive information, and maintain confidentiality.
One third of our staff were volunteers before they were hired on full-time, so you may consider volunteering with our program first. Learn more about becoming a volunteer here.