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Nonprofit Grant Accountant
National Asian Pacific Center on Aging

Contact Person: Allan Jensen
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Job Description

National Asian Pacific Center on Aging (NAPCA) isa non-profit organization founded in 1979 with the mission to preserve and promote the dignity, well-being, and quality of life of Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders (AAPI), and diverse communities as they age. With a new vision that has recently been launched, NAPCA is focused on addressing economic insecurity and poverty affecting vulnerable older adults (especially individuals who may have language barriers and lack of access to opportunities) throughout the country. Because there are over 50 AAPI ethnicities that speak over 100 languages, NAPCA wants to ensure that AAPI elders have the programs and services they need wherever they live in the U.S. Go to to learn more.

Primary Responsibilities:

The Grant Accountant will manage the tracking and reporting for multiple grant, perform the cash draw process, take part in monthly close. Manages and updates forecasting tools and provides review of accounts payable transactions as well as various reconciliations. Will take part in annual tasks such as subrecipient monitoring, the audit, and indirect rate negotiations.

Key Functions/Responsibilities:

– Prepares grant reports and manages grant reporting cycles, including quarterly, annual, and closeout reporting.
– Tracks grants and awarded $ to ensure compliance with grant requirements and sufficiency of awarded funds.
– Calculates and manages the federal cash draw process ensuring accurate draws and adequate funding.
– Assists in monthly close, including calculating and preparing allocations and revenue accruals.
– Works closely with program teams to provide meaningful financial information as well as coordinating and advising on planning.
– Reviews and approves accounts payable batches and ensures grant-compliant coding.
– Updates budgeting & forecasting tools with payroll and financial statement information.
– Prepares monthly financial reports.
– Prepares various entries for review and approval – examples include payroll entries and PTO accrual adjustments.
– Performs subrecipient fiscal monitoring.
– Prepares audit materials and contributes to audit process.
– Assists in preparation of materials for negotiation and finalization of indirect cost rates.
– Assists in budgeting cycle.
– Reviews and/or reconciles various balance sheet accounts monthly.
– Performs research into grant requirements.
– Cross-trains with other positions and provides support and/or backup as needed.
– Creates and maintains up-to-date process documentation.
– Maintains current knowledge of related audit, federal regulations, and state laws.
– Takes initiative in identifying potential tasks that need completion as well processes that could be improved.
– Performs other duties as assigned.


NAPCA is committed to creating a diverse work environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. NAPCA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, age, disability, parental status, veteran status, or any other protected status under applicable laws. We encourage individuals of all backgrounds to apply.

Excellent Benefit Package that includes:
– Health, Dental, Vision Insurance
– Paid Time Off
– 401(k) with a match

If you are looking to be part of a team that is passionate about seeing our elders thrive in our communities, submit your resume and a cover letter to

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $65,000.00 – $73,000.00 per year

COVID-19 considerations:
We have an Exposure Control Plan in place, provide PPE, and have social distancing protocols implemented.