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Chinese-American Planning Council

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Salary range: $55K - $66K per year



Founded in 1965, the Chinese-American Planning Council, Inc. (CPC) is the nation's largest Asian American social services agency. Our vision is to advance and transform communities, and our mission is to promote social and economic empowerment among Chinese American, immigrant, and low-income communities. Our organizational values are: 1) We are our community; 2) We embrace our community; and 3) We empower our community.

Title: Grants Accountant

Department: Fiscal

Reports to: Assistant Controller

FSLA Status: Exempt


  • Developing and maintaining a contracts management schedule which includes critical dates for contract renewals and program and/or budget modifications.
  • Breaking down contract performance information for and building the knowledge of managers without financial backgrounds
  • Preparing and submitting vouchers and invoices in a timely manner.
  • Preparing monthly and quarterly financial reports required by governmental agencies.
  • Providing detailed reporting of outstanding government contract receivables
  • Assisting in the evaluation of agency compliance with contract and funder requirements and agency policies and procedures related to program compliance.
  • Developing contract variance reports on a monthly basis.
  • Supporting the preparation of budget information and budget modification process
  • Providing audit support including preparation of schedules, analyses and documents for timely completion of funder audits, and ensuring timely preparation for the audit
  • Preparing account analyses and contract renewals
  • Assigning programmatic and funding allocations to all expenditures
  • Periodically conducting internal audits of client files and fiscal documentation
  • Acting as an additional liaison between the agency and grantors
  • Participating in monthly meetings with Program to review receivables and expenditures related to contracts/grants.
  • Prepare journal entries and provide support for making adjustments in our Ledger.
  • Maintain an accurate cost allocation table of expenditures.
  • Performing other duties as assigned.


• Interpersonal skills to deal with program managers, auditors, and others as required.

• Computer skills in Excel and Word, and willingness to learn other programs as needed.

• Analytic skills and communication skills to evaluate budgets and communicate problems and solutions.


Bachelor’s degree in finance or accounting.

Previous experience working with budgets and other items listed above.

Excel Skills.

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