Current Openings

Financial Officer(Fiscal)
Posted Date:2015-07-28

The Financial Officer will report to PCA’s Executive Director and will frequently collaborate with PCA’s Administrative Officer, Development Officer, and Program Directors. The position will sit on the PCA Executive Leadership Team. The Financial Officer will supervise the Finance Team and work closely with the Program Directors. This role is also accountable to PCA’s Board of Directors. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or related field with a minimum of 18 yrs. accounting experience OR • Master’s Degree in Accounting or related field with a minimum of 15 yrs. accounting experience. • CPA preferred; being a CMA is a plus. • Minimum 3yrs. working with and automated accounting system (preferably Paychex). • Experience with nonprofit sector required. • Knowledge of guidelines under OMB Cost Principles for NPO’s – OMB Circular A-122, OMB A-110, A-21, A-87 and A-133. • Proven track record of building or implementing financial systems to support organizational needs. • Strong experience with Microsoft Suite Applications. • Strong interpersonal, communication and customer service skills. • Strong attention to detail and ability to analyze data. • Ability to maintain confidential information. • Ability to create a team environment and be a team player. Work Experience: • Serve on Executive Leadership Team. • Manage and Supervise the Finance Team, including recruitment of staff, training and evaluating performance on an annual basis. • Lead strategic financial planning for key revenue lines and organization-wide financial projections. • Develop annual budget/operating plan, including mid-year adjustments, in consultation with the Executive Team and Program Directors for Board approval. • Work closely with Development Officer on developing annual and multi-year philanthropic projections. • Partner with management staff and budget directors in building grant proposal budgets, developing and refining a methodology for allocation of grant awards to program areas. • Final review and sign-off on grant proposal budgets. • Review and sign vendor and consultant contracts. • Meet quarterly with budget directors to assess budget progress, update current year projections, and maintain a 12 month rolling projection. • Accountable to PCA’s Board and Finance/Audit, Executive Committees on financial matters; accountable to Program Directors/Executive Leadership in budgeting, investment, and planning duties. • Develop and oversee grants management system. • Serve as primary authorized wire fund transfers. • Review audit schedules prepared by Finance staff. • Develop the financial section of PCA’s annual report in consultation with key staff. • Ensure financial and travel policies & procedures are current and represent best practices. • Ensure PCA’s inventory control is maintained, and safeguard PCA’s assets. • Maintain in-kind system to ensure internal reports are submitted accurately and timely to the Division of Fiscal Operations with exceptions returned to managers for funding source approval and/or budget amendment. • Perform monthly fund audits; calculate appropriate in-kind and indirect costs and file funding source reports. • On a monthly basis or as necessary attend PCA Board meetings, and Head Start Policy Council meetings. HOW TO APPLY: Internal applicants must submit an updated resume to the Human Resources Department by 5:00pm on August 03, 2015 in order to be considered for the position. Resumes can be submitted to HR by: Placing the resume in the designated bin inside the HR Office; Email resume to HRManagement@pcaction.org; Fax resumes to (404) 508-4787 Attn: HR. Resumes submitted after the deadline will not be considered.

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General Accountant(Fiscal)
Posted Date:2015-07-08

The General Accountant is responsible for maintenance and input to the general ledger system, preparation of monthly reimbursement reports, reconciliation of general ledger accounts, budget updates to the system, and bank reconciliation. Education Requirements: • Associate’s Degree in Accounting or a related field required with a minimum of 5 yrs. of Accounting/General Ledger experience OR • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or related field with a minimum of 3 yrs. Accounting/General Ledger experience. • Strong interpersonal, communication and interpersonal skills. • Well organized; ability to manage multiple projects/priorities in a fast pace environment and meet deadlines. • Strong attention to detail, and ability to analyze data. • Ability to maintain confidentiality of employee information and handle sensitive information with discretion. • Strong skills in MS Office Suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. • Ability to be a team player Work Experience: • Maintain/update general ledger system. • Enter payroll vouchers, deposits, hand checks (payroll, & corporate) • Prepare recurring journal entries for depreciation, insurance, HHS in-kind, rent/maintenance, reverse prior month o/s purchase orders entry • Create entries- Flex-HR/payroll adjustments, bank statements items, copier/fax/postage, and entries for various departments, indirect costs, revenue and receivables. • Expense pre-paid items in appropriate month • Format accounting reports in accounting software • Maintain & update the chart of accounts and open new accounts. • Analyze and reconcile assigned general ledger accounts monthly, ensuring proper allocation of expenses and ensuring that all back-up information is attached. Ensure outstanding receivables are not more than 3 months old, that intra-co balances are paid monthly, and all cash accounts are reconciled monthly. • Prepare monthly reimbursement requests for various funding sources. Other Attributes:  Perform monthly and year-end closing procedures on accounting system. Balance/create custom reports, rollover G/L and year-end processing, and perform grant year transfers and beginning balances.  Design and prepare special reports.  Enter new and revised budgets.  Insurance updates and maintenance, bidding out insurance which includes providing Agency information for all policies and completing application for all policies, review and dissecting all bids and quotes, obtaining policy binders.  Facility maintenance at PCA’s Main Building location including liaison with vendors for necessary repairs.  Annual audit preparations – reconcile wages for all programs, indirect cost, rent/ maintenance, and program balance. Transfer balances to deferred revenue and prepare audit entries as needed.  Perform administrative assistant duties for the Fiscal Director HOW TO APPLY: Internal applicants must submit an updated resume to the Human Resources Department by 5:00pm on July 17, 2015 in order to be considered for the position. Resumes can be submitted to HR by: Placing the resume in the designated bin inside the HR Office; Email resume to HRManagement@pcaction.org; Fax resumes to (404) 508-4787 Attn: HR. Resumes submitted after the deadline will not be considered.

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Childhood Development and Education Manager(Head Start / EHS)
Posted Date:2015-06-25

The Childhood Development & Education Manager is responsible for monitoring child development and education services including disabilities within the Head Start/Early Head Start program. Ensure service area outcomes, staff training and technical assistance for the HS/EHS center staff. Maintain compliance with funding source and state requirements. Member of the Head Start/Early Head Start Management Team, and a mandated reporter for child abuse and neglect. Education: • Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Health Education, Health Administration or a related field. • Minimum 5 yrs. working in Early Childhood Education, Health Education, Health Administration or a related field. • Minimum 3 yrs. management experience. • Minimum 2 yrs. exp. conducting adult training workshops and giving presentations. Work Experience:  Maintain and implement written program procedures for monitoring the education and disabilities Head Start /Early Head Start service areas.  Maintain current knowledge of funding source requirements related to the service areas of this position.  Generate monthly Child Plus management reports for HS/EHS Director to assure quality control of service areas.  In collaboration with Center Operations Manager and Center Director, provide ongoing training and technical assistance to center staff in order to meet funding source requirements and ensure program outcomes as appropriate.  Provide input to the HS/EHS Director for the annual community assessment and assist in the development of the project to meet identified needs.  Assist with the HS/EHS annual self-assessment and third party reviews as required by funding and PCA requirements.  Assist in hiring direct reports.  Compose and deliver annual performance evaluations for direct reports.  Ensure direct reports are adequately trained to perform their jobs, and they are held accountable for their responsibilities. HOW TO APPLY: Internal applicants must submit an updated resume to the Human Resources Department by 5:00pm on July 02, 2015 in order to be considered for the position. Resumes can be submitted to HR by: Placing the resume in the designated bin inside the HR Office; Email resume to HRManagement@pcaction.org; Fax resumes to (404) 508-4787 Attn: HR. Resumes submitted after the deadline will not be considered.

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