Finance Manager

Finance Manager

WSFSSH is looking for a responsible and detail-oriented Finance Manager to work under the direction of the CFO and Controller. The job duties include the following:

Grants & Contracts Management

The Finance Manager will perform as the lead individual responsible for the management and submission of the financial component of all Grants and Contracts including Government Contracts.

  • Analyze each grant on a monthly basis to ensure accuracy of financial data required for claim submissions related to government agency and privately funded contracts and grants;
  • Manage allocation process of personal services and other than personal services (OTPS) to contracts and grants; Assist with preparation of periodic budget variance reports for program management staff.
  • Prepare monthly and quarterly and annual cost reports for the various governmental contracts; Assists in preparing periodic vouchers for government contracts and in collection of contract funds;
  • Review general ledgers to reconcile accounts receivables, regarding specific claims or government vouchers outstanding and payments received; Create and maintain invoice tracking systems for grants
  • Assist with government contract audits and compliance audits as required
  • Assist the CFO and Controller in ad hoc financial analyses as required

New Project Accounts Management

  • Perform as a liaison between Development team and Accounting team
  • Oversee proper classification and coding of expenditures for new projects under development
  • Perform reconciliations of complex accounts in a timely and accurate manner to ensure full compliance with policies and procedures established by funders of new projects
  • Provides timely follow-up on internal/external requests for information in connection with new projects under development;
  • Work closely with Development team in handling interim or final cost certifications for the new projects.
  • Responsible for collecting and providing information to external auditors for new projected related accounts
  • Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual status reports for new projects


  • Monitor inter-fund activities between WSFSSH and its affiliates; Review and approve the payments between affiliates
  • Maintain tracking system for Reserve Funds – oversee proper coding and identifying the reserve funded expenditure in accounting system.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Required Experience with and knowledge of:

  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to manage multiple complex projects concurrently, often working under the pressure of deadlines, and ability to work independently or collaboratively and delegate effectively
  • The experience and interpersonal skills to effectively support a talented, high level Senior Staff
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships both internally and externally and communicate with program staff, grantors, government agencies and other funders
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Able to work independently and with the highest levels of integrity.
  • Excellent computer skills, including high level of expertise with Excel. Experience with Sage MIP Fund Accounting is preferred.
  • A Bachelor’s degree (Accounting or other related major)

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