The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, a 501(c)(4) organization, is the premier coalition of more than 230 organizations which promotes and protects civil and human rights in America. The Leadership Conference has coordinated national lobbying efforts on behalf of every major civil rights law since 1957. To learn more about The Leadership Conference, please visit www.civilrights.org . The Leadership Conference Education Fund, a 501(c)(3) organization, builds public will for federal policies that promote and protect civil and human rights in the US. Founded in 1969 as the education and research arm of The Leadership Conference, the Education Fund's campaigns empower advocates to push for progressive change in the US. To learn more about the Education Fund, please visit www.leadershipconferenceedfund.org . About the Role: Under the direction of the Vice President of Finance, this position is responsible for performing a wide range of financial and reporting duties in the Finance department. The Budget Analyst is responsible for the financial oversight and management of a portfolio of private grants. Key responsibilities include oversight of the complete financial lifecycle of each grant, preparation of budgets, completing financial and grant status reports. The Analyst will serve as the primary point of contact for all grants' financial issues, including program spending, planning, forecasting, and budgeting. The Analyst will also work with and communicate directly with the Development departments, Program Managers, and internal leadership on all financial issues relating to grants and sub grants, if any. What You Will Do: The key responsibilities for this position include the day-to-day oversight and management of the full financial cycle from inception to closeout of grants and other duties including the following: Pre-award Develops and prepare budgets for upcoming grant proposals aligned to overall departmental and organizational budget. Provide technical assistance on budget development to internal/external stakeholders. Works with program staff to develop proposal budgets using proposal budget templates. Prepares and submit budget proposals/revisions/reallocations associated with grant renewals and RFP's. Prepares budget justifications for grant proposals. Post-award Works closely with program, development, and finance staff to ensure regular reports (monthly, quarterly, and annual reports) are completed and accurately reflect the work done to meet program deliverables and grant requirements. Generates detail monthly and YTD budget variance reports on grant revenue and costs, as required (monthly project budget comparison report). Meets monthly with program staff and Vice President of Finance to review monthly project budget comparison reports. Support Grants Accountant to accurately record grant activities including proper classification of revenue and expenses. Closeout Prepares grant close-out financial reports to be reviewed by program directors and the Vice President of Finance Monitor and complete all financial closeout reporting as required by funder in collaboration with the Development team. Other Works closely with Vice President of Finance to identify, implement and manage a budgeting system that is easy to use for both program and accounting staff. Trains program staff to use the budgeting system. Supports department management in the preparation of annual budgets and forecasts Attends periodic project/campaign team meetings as and when necessary. Prepares, reviews, and updates staff allocation working with program/project managers and accounting staff. Periodically reviews staff allocation worksheets with Vice President of Finance, departmental leads and Executive Vice President & COO. Works collaboratively with the Development staff to maintain a tracking system on all funded grants and projects (ie, fiscal interim and final reporting due dates, proposal and application submission dates). Prepares interim and annual financial and program reports for projects to be submitted by Development to funders. Maintains an effective level of communication with project management and development staff. Supports Grants Accountant during grant/project audits and annual organizational audits. Additional Month End Project Financial Report Distribution. What You Will Bring: A Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance with a minimum of 3-5 years of experience in managing grant/project and organizational budgets in a nonprofit organization. Ability to establish and maintain effective positive relationships with staff, management, and funders. Excellent oral and written communication skills and ability to communicate effectively with all levels of staff. Knowledge of ERP accounting system, such as Sage Intacct, MS Dynamics GP/SL, or NetSuite Proficient in Microsoft Office (MS Word and MS Excel). Fund accounting experience highly desired. Ability to provide guidance on grants, budgets, and financial reporting to staff with a wide range of backgrounds, training, and experience. What We Offer: The Organizations offer employees a comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental, and vision coverage, and generous personal leave and vacation time. Employees can also take advantage of Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) and a retirement savings account. Salary Range - $70,000 - $85,920 Office Re-opening Statement During the Covid-19 pandemic, staff may opt in to work from the office. Most staff have chosen the option to work remotely. Through an internal working group and staff input, we are assessing how and when we will return more fully to the office. We anticipate that staff will return to the office in some capacity later this year. For now, there is no requirement to work from the office through the end of 2022. To apply, please visit our Career Center and submit your resume and attach a cover letter. Our Commitment to an Inclusive Workplace The Leadership Conference and The Education Fund are committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability.