Financial Analyst, Senior

  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • May 01, 2024
Full Time Accounting and Finance
  • Salary: $54,525 - $72,682 USD
  • Salary Top: 72682 USD

Job Description

Posting Open Until Filled

Salary Range: $54,525 - $72,682

General Description and Classification Standards

Supervision Received

The Financial Analyst and Senior Financial Analyst report to the Grant Services Fiscal Manager. Primary

responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

• The Financial Analyst will serve as a credible and professional representative of the City of Atlanta by demonstrating professionalism, integrity, humility, knowledge, and excellence in carrying out the functions of this position

• The Financial Analyst is responsible for providing departmental assistance to ensure compliance with grant program policies and procedures and accurate and timely recording of financial information in the City’s accounting system and HUD’s Integrated Disbursement & Information System (IDIS)

• The Financial Analyst will coordinate with the program analysts, service providers, and City departments as necessary for grant-efficient and effective financial management

• The Financial Analyst will manage the spending of various grant awards to ensure that all grant expenditures are reasonable, allocable, and allowable according to all federal, state, and local regulations

• The Financial Analyst will track and report program income

• The Financial Analyst will review and approve assigned award/grant budgets and disbursements for accuracy, allowability, and reasonableness

• The Financial Analyst will assist in the preparation and review of legislation

• The Financial Analyst will participate in onsite monitoring and desk audits, perform monthly grant reconciliations, and analyze expenditures activities. Financial Analysts will indicate any discrepancies between IDIS and Oracle to their manager specific to their portfolio.

• The Senior Financial Analyst will fund grant projects

• The Financial Analyst will maintain current training and development on applicable federal grant programs and policies and the systems and tools used by CoA to conduct grants management, including IDIS, HMIS, SAGE, Oracle, Neighborly, Microsoft 365 suite, etc.

• Reviewing NOFA applications

• Actively participate in IDT work sessions

• The Financial Analyst will monitor the contract’s financial performance, including the “burn rate,” to ensure compliance with the contract terms and immediately notify the manager and program manager of any deviations and potential non-completion and performance of the contract agreement

• The Financial Analyst will process reimbursements after the HAP registry and Utilities Allowance updates generated by the Compliance Section 8 Team

• Collaborates with Compliance for all annual Section 8 renewal

• Prepare the request for YES yearend statement 60 days after the prior Fiscal Year (March 31)

• Prepare the request for the budget due to HUD

• Prepares the PnG checklist for the legislation

• Prepares increments 120 days before the contract expires

• Prepare the annual renewal for HUD - Operating Cost Adjustment Factor (OCAF) and coordinates with Compliance Section 8 Team as needed

• Prepare and review the project budget in preparation for Purchase Order Creation

• Add project setup and tasks in Oracle

• These are typical responsibilities for this position and should not be construed as exclusive or all inclusive Financial Analysts will perform other duties as assigned

Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:

• A bachelor’s degree in a related field

• Relevant work experience with government entitlement programs and mortgage underwriting experience, loan servicing and intake, credit counseling, banking, and federal program management experience

• A degree can be substituted with relevant work experience in federal program management, mortgage underwriting experience, loan servicing and intake, credit counseling, banking, and national program management experience.

Preferred Education & Experience:

• Master’s degree in a related field

• At least three years of direct experience in federal grants management related to HOPWA, HOME, ESG, CDBG, Section 8 Moderate Rehab, underwriting, and fiscal management.

Licensures and Certifications

Driver’s license valid at the time of appointment and remain valid while in position.

Essential Capabilities and Work Environment

Physical, lifting, and sensory capabilities are required to perform the job successfully under typical environmental conditions associated with the job.

Base Pay


Job Address

Atlanta, Georgia United States View Map