Environmental Incentives (EI) is seeking to hire a Finance & Operations Associate to join our Company Health team, working either at our office in South Lake Tahoe, California or Washington, DC.
Key Areas of Responsibility
- Support EI’s financial operations and reporting
- Support senior program managers in developing tools for budgeting and program monitoring
- Manage systems for company financial and accounting data and records
It is anticipated that the principal duties of the incumbent will include those listed below, but the successful candidate will have the willingness and capacity to take on different tasks and to respond to emerging needs. This position reports to the Director of Finance and Operations.
- Support EI’s day-to-day financial operations, ensuring timely and accurate outputs. Make adjustments as necessary to accommodate changing priorities, meet deadlines, and effectively organize
- Compile and maintain data needed to effectively monitor and report status of various financial needs, including project budget status (budget vs. actual), cashflow management, profits and losses of the company and its practice areas, and staffing analyses. Prepare quarterly and annual financial reports for USAID and other
- Build financial models and budget management tools to carry out financial analyses and forecasts to support management
- Perform monthly invoicing by gathering and compiling data, coordinating with project managers on cost allocations, and working with accountants to record information in the accounting
- Analyze existing accounting and finance systems and make recommendations for
- Develop guidance documents for financial processes and train staff on their
- Assist with budget development for annual project work plans, proposals and company strategic plans.
- Support preparations for government financial and compliance
- Maintain risk management controls and perform internal control audits to ensure compliance with applicable US government regulations such as the Defense Contractor Audit Agency guidance, Federal Acquisition Regulation, United States Agency for International Development Acquisition Regulation, General Services Administration schedule requirements, and other applicable tax codes and
- Ensure accurate expense reporting and coding, and support accountants with monthly credit card reconciliation.
- Act as a liaison between EIs Company Health team, program staff, and external partners and clients as
- Develop data visualizations and dashboards to communicate complex financial and other
- Develop deliverable tracking and program monitoring
- Assist with company operations and management tasks as needed
Environmental Incentives seeks talented, creative and inspired professionals who can provide technical expertise in a growing company while being flexible enough to fit into a strong culture.
- Bachelor's Degree in business, accounting, finance or another relevant
- Minimum 5 years’ relevant work experience (without Master’s degree) or 3 years’ relevant work experience (with Master’s degree).
- Outstanding ability to use MS Excel for an array of financial and data management
- Highly organized with excellent verbal and written communication
- Strong work ethic and commitment to timely delivery of high-quality products and
- Ability to constructively receive and give critical
- Familiarity with management of a variety of federal procurement mechanisms, including cost- plus-fixed fee contracts, grants and time and materials
- Professional experience in small business
- Experience developing and managing databases in Access or other database
- Accounting accreditation, such as CPA or