The Assistant Program Financial Analyst (APFA) plays a supportive role as a Fiscal partner to the program operations of the agency. As an APFA, whether it is creating invoices for funders or consolidating key supporting documentation, your work is critical to the agency’s fiscal responsibilities in billing and monthly closes. The APFA has a high visibility with a wide range of key stakeholders (Program, Fiscal, Development, and Grantors). This role takes direction from the Lead Program Financial Analyst (LPFA) and reports to the Director of Finance.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
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This position description intends to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. It is not intended to include all duties and responsibilities. The order in which duties and responsibilities are listed is not significant. Because of a need to remain responsive to the needs of our clients and our Agency’s operations, responsibilities may be modified at any time.
Catholic Charities is a non-profit, non-discriminatory service organization and employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation or disability. Persons receiving services in our programs are entitled to freedom from harassment and retaliation and reasonable accommodation for qualified disabilities.
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Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County (CCSCC) help people of all cultures and beliefs rise up out of poverty and overcome the barriers to self-sufficiency and wellness. Because most lives are a complex pattern of choices and circumstances, we take a holistic approach to helping people change their lives, taking into account the whole person, as well as their family and life situations. We do this in three ways. First, we alleviate the conditions of chronic poverty through food, housing assistance, access to benefits, senior services, and mental health services. Second, we reduce the effects of situational poverty by providing jobs, immigration legal services, refugee foster care, financial literacy, and asset development. Third, we prevent the cycle of generational poverty through early childhood development, parenting support, after-school enhanced learning, and youth empowerment. We strengthen our communities through parish and community engagement, immigrant and refugee integration, and neighborhood development services. Each year, we serve more than 40,000 people in need.