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The Virginia Office of the Attorney General is seeking a financial professional to join our Finance team as a Grants Manager. We offer the challenge and opportunity of public service, a professional team environment, and competitive salaries and benefits.


Duties:   Candidates must have considerable Federal and/or Commonwealth Grant Management experience. Provide financial oversite, review, reconciliation, reporting, amendments, auditing, and closeout for all Federal and Commonwealth Grant Programs. Ensure compliance with all applicable Federal and State regulations, statures, policies and procedures.  Establish programmatic coding for all grants with respects to payroll, expenditures, revenues, and procurement. Collaborate with the Director of Finance on Grant Revenue Forecasting.  Responsible for all Federal Financial Reporting, Cash Disbursement reporting, and CAFR Reporting. Perform drawdowns for all grants daily, monthly, quarterly, and/or yearly.  Review all grant transactions for conformity to the Commonwealth Accounting Policies and Procedures (CAPP) manual, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), and various Federal Regulations. Collaborates with Director of Finance and Medicaid Fraud Control Unit to timely prepare and submit Indirect Cost Rate proposal.  Provide financial assistance to all Grant Administrators with respect to grant lifecycle. Fully develop, document, and maintain internal agency policies and procedures that ensure compliance with the Comptroller's Directives relating to grants and cash management.

Minimum Qualifications:   Comprehensive and demonstrated knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), Code of Federal Regulations, Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (Uniformed Guidance),  Federal and Commonwealth governmental accounting policies and procedures, knowledge of grants management requirements, knowledge of statutes, regulations, policies, and procedures of grant programs, the ability to manage budget and expenditure activities related to federally funded grants, reconciling grant accounts and producing summary reports, reconciling and producing federal and state financial reports and cash disbursement reports for quarterly and yearly certification, create and maintain  the State Indirect Cost Allocation Program for the Office, strong attention to detail, strong organizational and financial management skills, ability to think and problem solve creatively, excellent communication and interpersonal skills with ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships, demonstrated success working in fast-paced, rapidly changing environment, high proficiency in Microsoft Office tools and automated financial systems, and ability to effectively manage and complete assignments independently and as a team member.

Preferred Qualifications:  Minimum of 4 years of Grant Management experience is required.  Graduation from college or university with major studies in Accounting, Finance or related field is preferred.  Experience may substitute for education.  Working knowledge Commonwealth Accounting System (Cardinal), Office of Justice Programs Grant Management System, PMS and Department of Criminal Justice Services Grants Management System. Experience with accounts receivable, accounts payable, procurement, and payroll reporting and operations; Ability to analyze financial transactions for conformity with established federal and state grant policy and procedures. Demonstrated ability to research, investigates, analyze, reconcile and evaluate financial data. 

Salary: Commensurate with experience up to $65,000

TO APPLY:  Please apply on-line at  Application materials should include a discussion of all relevant experience, résumé, and cover letter.  Veterans, AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply.  To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Tuesday, May 18, 2021.