Washington, DC, United States
Nov 27, 2020
The Program Operations Accountant will play a proactive role in supporting financial needs of program staff to successfully manage and run programs. This individual will collaborate with program to provide data, insight, reporting and other financial information for planning, decision making, monitoring, and analyzing performance. Key functions will include supporting the development of annual program budget, revenue recognition, invoicing, collections and working collaboratively with legal, business development and other key business areas to ensure proposals are aligned with budgeted/forecasted performance. Partner with program staff to provide financial support for customer communication and customer support.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
Budget, forecast and actuals support - provide input around revenue recognition guidelines for individual contracts and contract types, document invoicing requirements and contract translation including cross divisional and revenue share arrangements
Track progress against current year budget by monitoring contract signings, payment milestones and invoicing for exchange transaction, cross divisional and other grants
Analyze pipeline contracts with legal prior to signing; understand, and communicate performance obligations and payment schedules, track milestone achievement, work with the project managers to calculate invoice amounts based on contract schedule, work completed, milestone achieved and other triggering factors
Programmatic financial operation and workflow - Ensure the development and maintenance of standard procedures for business operations specifically, around invoicing, collections, revenue recognition and revenue related contractual expenses
Support the business lines by managing the revenue share for cross divisional grants as well as revenue share among bundled arrangements among the affiliated entities of the College
Closely monitor contracts to ensure accurate reconciliation of receivables, payables, and other balance sheet accounts; take appropriate action as needed
Assist program managers with reports and other fiscal requirements/needs as they interact with customers and vendors related to their respective programs
Work closely with the program managers to provide support needed to ensure financial management of the program
Assist in developing materials for presentations and meetings that require financial input
Work collaboratively with the project team to serve as the financial point of contact for payments to outside organizations related to partnerships and other revenue share arrangements
Work collaboratively with project team to discuss business line input requirements in order to ensure proper workflow including but limited to, information needed to support invoicing, follow-up with business line staff on outstanding receivables, discuss delays in meeting milestones and performance obligations, discuss contract edits, adjustments or cancellations
Work collaboratively with financial coordinators responsible for analyzing contracts, understanding, and compiling milestone and payment schedules, tracking milestone achievement, calculating invoice amounts, issuing, and working with program staff to follow up on invoices
BS/BA Degree in Finance, Accounting, Business Administration, MIS, or related field
3 years of Accounting, finance, or budget management experience
Exceptional organizational and analytic skill
Exceptional skill in Excel, proficient skill in PowerPoint and Word
Fast learner, likes to think on their feet
Accurate, detail-oriented, likes to follow through
Familiar with business systems, e.g., Infor, Navision, ADP, Concur, Personify, Salesforce.com, Microsoft Dynamics, Replicon
Ability to manage multiple priorities, thrive in matrixed teams, lead, and influence horizontally and vertically
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including presentations and facilitation
Ability to manage change and be flexible
CPA, or other designation, attained or in progress
Familiarity with grants from, industry, private foundations
Business, customer, or client service experience
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