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Accounting Coordinator

The Children's Inn at NIH

Category: Job Openings

Posted: 12/13/2018

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The Accounting Coordinator supports all Finance Department functions including accounting system data entry, electronic accounts payable and workflow system, spreadsheet development and other tasks as assigned by the Sr. Director of Finance and serves as back up to the Accountant in their absence.


  • A/P – Administer 3rd party electronic workflow system including the transfer of data into and out of the accounting system and training end-users; prepare checks, credit card payments and bank drafts; manage contract files and ensure vendor documentation is valid and up-to-date i.e. Certificates of Insurance and W-9s; respond to inquiries and follow up on correspondence regarding A/P.
  • A/R - Administer 3rd party billing system including preparing invoices, recording payments & preparing statements; respond to inquiries and follow up on A/R correspondence.
  • Special projects in next 6 months: Coordinate 2nd phase of A/P electronic workflow system implementation and coordinate implementation of new reservation billing system.
  • Prepare bank deposits including check scanning & credit card processing.
  • Assist with other accounting data entry including Journal Entries and posting donations in Raiser’s Edge.
  • Assist with monthly closing process including bank reconciliations & other account reconciliations.
  • Prepare Annual IRS1099 forms and SAM (System for Award Management) registration.
  • Maintain finance department procedures manual and finance forms.
  • Coordinate Records Management Policy with Department heads, including compliance with retention & destruction schedules & document filing requirements.
  • Other tasks as assigned by the Sr. Director of Finance. 



Chief Financial Officer


Category: Job Openings

Posted: 12/4/2018

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Title: Chief Financial Officer
Reports to: COO 
Status: Exempt
Hours: Part-Time (15-20hrs/week)

Job Summary:

The Part-Time CFO acts as a strategic business partner to the senior management team; creating and managing both short- and long-term financial plans that align with and enable the strategic direction and growth of Halcyon.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Plans, develops, organizes, implements, directs and evaluates Halcyon’s fiscal function and performance, including the implementation of a financial dashboard which provides real-time reports and forecasts. 
  • Educating Halcyon staff on how to maximize use of the financial dashboard.
  • Works with the senior management team to create and monitor Halcyon’s financial roadmap, yearly financial objectives, and strategic and long-range business plans.  
  • Participates in pivotal financial decisions as they relate to strategic initiatives and operational models.
  • Develops, recommends and monitors operating/capital budgets.
  • Provides regular analysis and advice on performance variances in terms of costs, budgets, operations, policies and performance opportunities, including significant issues and changes in conditions.
  • Functions as Treasurer, conducts banking and insurance relations, leads financial compliance and filing with local and national regulators, and is Halcyon’s principal liaison with governmental/regulatory bodies.
  • Serves as the primary liaison to the Finance Committee of the Board. Oversees, in conjunction with the Finance Committee, Halcyon’s portfolio and financial initiatives.
  • Conducts QA/QC for Halcyon Controller’s outputs including external audits, financial reports, and statistics for periodic and annual financial statements,  ensuring financial reporting is accurate and error-free.
  • Researches and analyzes general economic, business and financial conditions and their impact on the Halcyon’s policies and operations.

Minimum Education Required:

BA/BS in Accounting or Finance. MBA or CPA preferred

Minimum Experience Required:

10 years+ in progressively responsible financial leadership roles using integrated automated systems. Minimum three years senior management experience including project management of a significant project.


Director of Accounting and Finance

Markle Foundation

Category: Job Openings

Posted: 12/13/2018

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Foundations / Philanthropy


Finance / Accounting


NY - New York metropolitan area


The Markle Foundation works to realize the potential of technology to achieve breakthroughs in addressing some of the nation's most pressing issues. Markle challenges itself and diverse partners to deploy their varied expertise to identify solutions and achieve systemic change. Today as advanced technology and automation change the very nature of work, Markle's priority is advancing solutions towards a skills-based labor market that will enable Americans to transition to the opportunities of the digital economy. Markle's workforce initiatives includeSkillful and the Rework America Task Force. They follow Markle's success in creating the policy and technology architecture that has enabled improvements in healthcare, national security, and access to the Internet.

While Markle is organized as a private foundation it operates principally through direct charitable activities and is both a grant maker and a grant recipient.

Skillful, a non-profit initiative of the Markle Foundation with Microsoft, LinkedIn, the State of Colorado, and other partners, is working to achieve a skills-based labor market to help millions of Americans overcome barriers to obtaining better-paying jobs in today's digital economy. Skillful helps employers achieve the workforce they need by providing data, tools, and resources that enable the adoption of skills-based hiring and training practices. Coaches and digital services enable job seekers to learn what skills are in demand and access training at any stage of their career. At the same time, Skillful aligns employers and educators so that their training programs teach the skills required to succeed in today's economy. 

Rework America Task Force


Grant Accounting Manager Needed


Category: Job Openings

Posted: 12/10/2018

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The Justice Research and Statistics Association ( seeks a grant accounting manager at its Washington, DC office location.  The grant accounting manager reports directly to the Accounting & Operations Manager.  JRSA is primarily funded by federal awards.  The grant accounting manager will be responsible for all activity related to the management of federal awards such as managing grant proposal budgets, preparing grant reporting for individual grants and for JRSA in its entirety, reviewing monthly grant reporting with program managers, preparing drawdowns, and ensuring that JRSA meets all of the guidelines in SubPart F of the Uniform Guidance, including management of JRSA’s subrecipient monitoring, and calculating JRSA’s indirect cost rate.

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Seasonal Experienced Tax Preparer, part time,

Murray & Cavanaugh, PC, CPAs

Category: Job Openings

Posted: 10/15/2018

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Seasonal Experienced Tax Preparer, part time,


Arlington, Virginia CPA firm is seeking an experienced part time tax preparer for tax season (February to April 14th, 2019). The position is on-site. We seek a minimum of 20 hours per week but more may be available during the peak of the season. We anticipate a start date of approximately the week of February 18, 2019. There is a possibility of additional hours after tax season. Successful applicant would ideally return for future tax seasons.



·         Bachelor's degree required - major in accounting preferred.