Pathways to Housing DC (Pathways DC) is an innovative nonprofit agency committed to ending homelessness for individuals with serious mental illnesses, co-occurring substance use disorders and/or other medical challenges in our Nation’s capital. The Staff Accountant will be responsible for the General Ledger management, bi-weekly management and oversight of payroll processing, cost allocation management and analysis, preparing and submitting monthly revenue billings, grant financial management and reporting, maintaining cash flow forecasts, and other accounting and financial management tasks as assigned. Illustrative responsibilities of this position are listed, but not limited to those below:
. Maintaining monthly General Ledger reconciliation, including identifying the need for adjusting General Journal entries, documenting transactions with appropriate supporting evidence, and identifying accounting irregularities.
. Reconcile assigned cash accounts.
. Collaborate closely with PTHDC Finance and Program staff to ensure compliance with requirements from funders.
. Design and deliver financial reports on a monthly and ad hoc basis. Process bi-weekly payroll through ADP Workforce Now. Ensure that employees are coded appropriately in the payroll system and that salaries are allocated to projects based on time and effort reporting.
. Maintain cost allocation schedules and analyses.
. Perform monthly revenue grant and contract billing.
. Grant and contract financial management, including but not limited to monitoring project budgets, preparing fiscal reports submitted to funders, and providing reports and information to program managers and staff.
. Respond to inquiries.
. Special projects as assigned.
. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or similar field preferred. Reasonable combination of education and experience acceptable.
. Demonstrated experience with payroll management systems.
. Strong skills in financial analysis and management, accounting software systems, and MS Excel.
. Strong oral and written communication skills highly desired.
. Strong problem solving and organizational skills, including ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously preferred.
. Strong focus on delivering quality Customer Service, both internally and externally.
. Track record of producing results and solving problems with limited resources.
. Commitment to mission of delivering outcomes to current and former individuals experiencing homelessness.
. Ability to work on site and remotely, as requested.
Position is initially temporary (20-30 hours per week), with a permanent position likely for the right candidate.