DEFINITION:This is highly administrative work which involves monitoring the performance of department and agencies relative to expenditures and reimbursement of grant awards and federally funded programs.
The employee performs a variety of routine daily tasks; prepares reports and provides guidance on federal grant activities in adherence and compliance to the applicable policy and guidelines. Duties also include, but are not limited to, coordinating financial and grants management activities, distributing information for federal programs, coordinate and assist with training sessions, audit conferences, grant award analysis and reconciliations, and other related accounting duties.Work is performed under the direction of the division supervisor or the Agency Head.
DUTIES (NOT ALL INCLUSIVE):
FACTOR-1- KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES:
FACTOR-2- SUPERVISORY CONTROLS:Work is assigned to the employee from the immediate supervisor or Agency Head.
FACTOR-3- GUIDELINES:Guidelines include, federal and local laws, rules and regulations, grant award conditions, contracts, agreements, OMB circulars, memos from regulatory departments, including the Office of Management and Budget, Department of Finance and Property and Procurement.
FACTOR-4- COMPLEXITY:This position entails the financial oversight and review of local and federal programs/ projects within the department/agency.
FACTOR-5- SCOPE AND EFFECT:The purpose of this position is to provide general financial management of disaster federal-aid programs. It involves having financial oversight, review and accountability for the federal programs. The ultimate positive impact is to achieve efficient and effective use of federal funds and accountability in reporting.
FACTOR-6- PERSONAL CONTACTS:Contacts are made with federal programs managers, commissioners, directors, other employees and financial officers.
FACTOR-7- PURPOSE OF CONTACTS:Contacts are made to obtain and distribute information regarding federally funded programs and activities.
FACTOR-8- PHYSICAL DEMANDS:Work is mostly sedentary. No unusual physical demands are required; be able to lift at least 30 lbs.
FACTOR-9- WORK ENVIRONMENT:Work is performed primarily in an office setting, where no special safety regulations or precautions are necessary.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Business Administration, Finance and/or Management and at least two (2) years of relative working experience in Accounting;ORAssociates Degree or Certificate from an accredited institution in related accounting, business administration, finance or management field; and a minimum of five (5) years of related accounting work experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience
Apply here: https://omb.vi.gov/careers/