FT, non exempt, benefit eligible


Under the direct supervision of the Chief Financial Officer, the Accountant maintains the accurate financial operation of the finance department, ensures compliance with grant contracts and compliance with Agency financial procedures and policies.  The Accountant is responsible for the generation of accurate financial information.


  • Assists with preparation of agency budget, including department budgets, indirect cost allocations, and input to agency accounting system
  • Assists with annual agency audit, including internal control questionnaires, reconciliations, and other auditor-requested schedules
  • Prepares and inputs year-end entries in a timely manner and does year-end close
  • Assists with the preparation of grant budgets, as necessary
  • Responsible for reconciliation of balance sheets accounts including Payroll Liabilities, all bank account reconciliations, and month end closing
  • Maintains fixed asset schedules
  • Prepares personal property tax returns, property tax exemptions and other tax returns as needed
  • Prepares monthly and quarterly financial statements, financial highlights, cash flow projections, budget variance, accounts receivable and trend analysis reports
  • Responsible for management of all cash accounts including monitoring and maintaining balances, and preparing timely transfers
  • Generates, analyzes and distributes monthly reports in timely fashion; meets with Chief Financial Officer to review reports
  • Prepares month end allocations and other journal entries as needed; reviews and updates allocation plan annually, or as needed
  • Reviews and monitors general ledger for accurate coding and fund allocation 
  • Reviews accuracy of employee fund allocation spreadsheet
  • Responsible for maintaining aged Donations detail and reconciliation with Development Department records
  • Reviews payroll liabilities and related personnel costs for accuracy; implements review procedures and reports to insure accuracy and reporting
  • In CFO’s absence will work with leadership to develop and sustain working relationships with grant contract managers, banking and insurance personnel and other finance contacts as necessary
  • Identifies and analyzes problems and inefficiencies, recommends solutions and effects implementation.



ADA Job Characteristics:


Work environment is primarily in an office setting.  Local travel (driving) may be required to attend off-site meetings or deposits.  Lift and carry 25 lbs., extend both arms above the head and/or reach below the waist, stoop, squat, crawl, bend the back to open lower-level filing drawers, or to retrieve stored items, climb a ladder or stairs, or use an elevator.  Sit frequently, and/or stand when filing, using copier, etc.  Use fine manipulation (hands and wrist) to operate a keyboard, take notes, utilize desk calculator, file and copy documents.  Corrected vision to normal range.  Speak in normal vocal tone and range, and communicate clearly and concisely to others.  Apply above average reasoning and detail as required in the accomplishment of job duties.


  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college with major course work in Accounting, Finance or equivalent AND equivalent work experience (three (3) or more years of progressive Accounting experience) 
  • Extensive hands-on knowledge of accounting software
  • Professional verbal and written communication skills with individuals and public speaking
  • Able to use independent judgement, take initiative, make sound decisions, assume ownership and accountability for issues, problems, projects, and assignments within WEAVE’s general policy guidelines
  • Works well under pressure while exhibiting a professional role model to all staff and volunteers
  • Able to prioritize workload effectively and efficiently, meeting deadlines and assignment requirements
  • Work flexible hours, as needed
  • Establish and maintain positive and cooperative working relations with those contacted in the course of work at all levels, including a culturally diverse general public, regulatory agencies, special interest groups, staff and volunteers
  • Utilize Microsoft Office, including Word & Excel for Windows, and accounting software.  Provide copy of valid California driver license, have reliable transportation, and submit proof of vehicle insurance