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Senior Financial Analyst (Part-Time) at STATE OF OHIO in Columbus, Ohio

Posted in Finance 19 days ago.

Type: Full-Time





Job Description:

The mission of the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) is to provide statewide leadership of a high-quality mental health and addiction prevention, treatment and recovery system that is effective and valued by all Ohioans.

OhioMHAS Values:


  • Contribute and Collaborate

  • Serve Compassionately

  • Deliver Quality

  • Be Accountable

Budget Period: 09/30/2020 – 09/29/2021, Employment will not exceed September 29, 2021 unless grant funding is extended.

Duties include, but are not limited to:

Under direction of Financial Analyst Supervisor:

Directs, controls and monitors the distribution of state and private funds and federal grants based on acceptable audit standards and in accordance with applicable state and federal regulations and grant specifications; reviews, codes and processes reimbursement requests through Ohio Shared Services, agency internal funding systems and Ohio Administrative Knowledge System (OAKS); develops ledgers using Excel spreadsheets with allocations and spending authority for each fiscal year; posts expenditures to ledgers; reconciles OAKS records, BI COGNOS reports and internal spreadsheets; prepares financial status and specialized accounting reports as required by state budget management or federal  grantors; performs analysis of  expenditures; monitors spending authority allotments and advises budget staff of adjustments as needed; requests cash for various federal, state, and private grants as necessary; ensures revenue processing is in accordance with applicable state and federal regulations and grant specifications; prepares Intrastate Payment Vouchers (ISTV) between OhioMHAS and other state agencies;

Researches & analyzes complex information to resolve errors, make coding corrections, modify data, &/or determine appropriate action; prepares and analyzes fiscal and budgetary documentation, reports, and records using OAKS, BI Cognos, and agency internal systems; ensures sub-recipients’ unexpended funds are returned to the department or grantor and ledgers are adjusted accordingly; communicates with program staff to ensure proper accounting of Department funds and grants;

Reviews & evaluates grant applications for administrative content & compliance with federal & state rules, regulations & guidelines; reviews budgets & budget narratives and determines approval of each line item; prepares Notice of Sub Award (NOSA) for department awarded grants;

Performs other miscellaneous related tasks.

The maximum duration of employment for this position will be through September 29, 2021 unless extension of grant funds is approved.

 

 

Completion of graduate core program in business administration, accounting, finance or related field; 6 mos. exp. or 6 mos. trg. in accounting &/or finance to include an advanced level of experience in spreadsheet software.

-Or completion of undergraduate core program in business administration, accounting, finance or related field; 18 mos. exp. or 18 mos. trg. in accounting &/or finance to include an advanced level of experience in spreadsheet software.


-Or 42 mos. exp. or 42 mos. trg. in accounting &/or finance to include an advanced level of experience in spreadsheet software.


-Or 12 mos. exp. as Financial Analyst, 66562.


-Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications for Employment noted above.


NOTE: Successful completion of the Fiscal Academy may be substituted for 4 mos. of required accounting/fiscal experience referenced in this portion of the minimum qualifications.