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Senior Financial Analyst in Baltimore, MD at The Archdiocese of Baltimore

Date Posted: 5/30/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

The Senior Financial Analyst is the administrative financial lead for the Annual Appeal, Capital Campaign, other campaigns and Child Nutrition. Functions of this position includes analysis of general ledger accounts, bank reconciliations, subsidiary schedules/reconciliations relating to the various campaigns and Child Nutrition.

This scope of this role encompasses interacting, understanding, and analyzing the financial reporting of the Campaigns and Child Nutrition as well as all companies that are the reporting responsibilities of Fiscal Services - Central Services, IPLF, Catholic Community Foundation, John Carroll Foundation, Roman Catholic Foundation and others as added.

Essential Functions: 

  • Organize, analyze, review, and prepare the financial reports for the campaigns. This includes various reports for management’s review and evaluation to present at campaign’s allocation meetings.
  • Prepare bank, general ledger and account analysis on a monthly basis for all companies associated with, but not limited to, the various campaigns.
  • Manage the unique parish share agreements that will be an integral part of the quarterly parish share calculations.
  • Coordinate and assist in the quarterly calculation, reporting and disbursement of the campaigns’ parish share.  
  • Post and maintain daily campaign related activity processed through the lockbox for the campaign. Confirm that Raisers Edge/GL postings are consistent with daily bank reports. Work closely with Department of Development’s Gift Processing personnel to reconcile any differences on a daily basis.
  • Direct the quarterly reconciliation process of the Raisers Edge database for pledge receivables and revenue to the Great Plains general ledger. This includes preparation of roll forward schedules in a timely manner.
  • Manage the process of stock related donations to ensure timeliness and accuracy of the donors’ intents/restrictions.
  • Ensure designated investments and/or restricted investments are properly impacted and maintained.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting
  • 3-5 years of previous experience in financial analysis or accounting
  • Experience in a medium to large sized organization; non-profit experience preferred
  • Current CPA and/or CPA candidate with public audit experience preferred  

 

We are looking for a self-starter who can perform various accounting processes with minimal direct oversight.  Having strong interpersonal, communication, organizational and analytical skills is a must.  Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and experience with Access, Great Plains, Raisers Edge and HRIS is a plus.  Lastly, being able to work independently as well as a contributing member of a team is vital.