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Major Responsibilities:

80% Financial Operations and Administration
• Assist with the monthly close of the financial statements for the Mission and its subsidiaries, including:
• Review reconciliations to the general ledger such as:
 Cash
 Receivables
 Accounts Payable
 Donation Revenues.
 Analytical review of income and expense.
 Preparation of summarized results for the period.

• Assist with the preparation of reporting requirements with outside agencies such as financial institutions and the Federal Home Loan Bank.
• Help develop budgeting and financial processes to better improve the Mission budgeting and financial statement preparation process.
• Knowledge of current financial reporting requirements and ability to adopt, as required.
• Coordinates the annual audit and tax return preparation.
• Supervises all aspects of the payroll function including management of staff, coordination with Human Resources and ensuring forms are filed and accurate.
• Assist department leaders to understand their budgets and the status of their department operations versus budget.
• Establish or assist in the establishment and attainment of financial procedures, goals and objectives for the Mission.
• Prepare or review specific account analysis on an ad hoc basis.

20% Compliance and ad hoc
• Ensure that all regulatory filings are made on a timely basis, including tax returns, state donor solicitation and financial filings.
• Work with human resources to ensure that all appropriate reporting is performed.
• Provide assistance with the analysis of specific Mission programs such as Mission Muffins and Ready to Work.
• Ensure all Mission financial practices are in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. (GAAP)
• Responsible for insurance compliance and annual renewals.

• Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and a certified public accountant (CPA) with current license.
• Minimum of 7 years progressive, technical accounting or financial experience.
• Experienced supervisor and team builder.
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
• Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
• Proven financial close experience and ability to work among disciplines and foster strong team environment.
• Ability to work on multiple, complex projects simultaneously and see them to completion with minimal supervision.
• Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
• Effectively present information to groups and respond to questions from managers, supervisors and employees.
• Excellent computer skills including Excel, Word, Power Point, Quickbooks and Paycom.
• Committed Christian and active member of a Christian church. Agreement with Mission’s Statement of Faith required.

Time:  Full-Time
Salary:  Exempt
Category:  Finance

11/17/2020 5:15:43 PM

Job Contact:
Carrie Kelley
(202) 745-7118

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PO Box 96763
Washington, DC 20090-6763

(202) 745-7118

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