Revenue and Fiscal Compliance Supervisor

PHILADELPHIA 19133, Pennsylvania

JoB Description

Congreso is a multi-service nonprofit organization whose mission is to strengthen Latino communities through social, economic, education, and health services; leadership development and advocacy. Founded in Philadelphia in 1977, Congreso has grown into a national thought leader on nonprofit performance management with an expert focus on the Latino community. Congreso is anchored by its innovative Primary Client Model (PCM™), and provides direct services to residents of the Philadelphia region while providing consult to other nonprofits and government systems nationally.


The Revenue and Fiscal Compliance Supervisor is responsible primarily for oversight of the Accounts Receivable (AR) functions of the fiscal department. As a senior member of the Fiscal department, he/she will also be responsible for ensuring appropriate internal controls and fiscal compliance throughout the department, specifically related to grants and contracts. He/she will supervise Accounts Receivable team. He/she will perform analytical and operational support duties related to invoicing, contract budget monitoring, and AR Aging.


Essential Functions:

  • Oversee and review processing and submission of invoices.
  • Supervise the AR team and be the backup for all their duties.
  • Prepare and analyze AR Aging on a regular basis.
  • Invoice and reconcile special events (Golf and Gala).
  • Establish relationships with funders and external contacts to ensure consistent communication with fiscal department as appropriate
  • Analyze fee for service revenue and performance based revenue and reconcile monthly.
  • Be familiar with contractual requirements to ensure fiscal compliance.
  • Be the internal expert on the OMB and monitor contracts for compliance.
  • Close out contracts.
  • Prepare the annual SEFA.
  • Lead the monthly program meetings (responsible for presentation, follow-up and notes).
  • Apply cash receipts for subsidiaries and serve as a backup for all cash receipts.
  • Provide back up for duties of Budget Analyst and Sr Vice President of Finance as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (Career Pathway: Finance):

  • All Staff Competencies
    • Basic understanding of Congreso’s mission, vision, values, programs and services, and business plan.
    • Knowledge and understanding of the targeted community needs and demographics.
    • Understanding of legal criteria for issues such as confidentiality, domestic abuse, child abuse, and mandated reporter requirements.
    • Ability to provide nonviolent intervention with a high level of ethical standards of conduct, cultural sensitivity and within appropriate boundaries and limits.
    • Ability to effectively use standard office equipment.
    • Possesses strong interpersonal skills as demonstrated by compassionate, courteous, cordial, cooperative, and professional interaction with diverse groups of co-workers, external business partners, and the community.
    • Ability to operate a computer and use a variety of common software programs including Microsoft Office, spreadsheets, UNIDAD, Great Plains, and customized databases.
    • Adheres to all Congreso and departmental policies and procedures.
    • Attends all Congreso in-services as required.
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills and effectively communicate with individuals and groups.
  • Finance Staff Competencies
    • Able to establish and maintain relationships with associates, auditors, representatives of industry, business and various other staff.
    • Detail oriented.
    • Able to meet deadlines in an efficient and accurate manner.
    • Strong computer skills required including Microsoft Excel and experience with or ability to learn Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains Accounting System.
    • Ability to work in a team structure – demonstrating ability to collaborate and contribute to the team’s work.
    • Understanding of and implement accrual based accounting practices.
    • Knowledge of and ability to perform accounts receivable procedures.
    • Knowledge of Congreso’s automated financial management system and ability to identify and correct errors and to ensure accurate application of transactions.
    • Knowledge of techniques in maintaining, balancing, and classing account in an accounting system to assist in year-end closing.
    • Ability to review and monitor expenditures against budget and make appropriate judgments regarding payments and purchases.

Experience, Education, and Licensure:

  • Minimum Experience:
    • Minimum 4 years accounting experience; Experience in a non-profit setting is required. Knowledge of the OMB circular is required. Supervisory experience is preferred.
  • Minimum Education:
    • BA/BS degree from an accredited college or university with a concentration in Accounting, Business or other related field of study.


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Congreso is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Congreso is strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunity for all employees and all applicants for employment. All employment decisions at Congreso are made without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, disability or military/veteran status, or any other protected class as set forth under applicable State, Local and Federal Civil Rights Laws.



Contact: Senior VP of Finance Lisa Auerbach

Salary: Commensurate with Qualifications

Phone: 2157638870

E-Mail: [email protected]

From the blog

Who Do You Trust?

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 20 September 2018, 7:35 am

As we approach the last quarter of the year, the three months when, historically, more dollars come to nonprofits than any other three month period, I’m often asked by reporters and regular folk how to determine if a nonprofit is “donation-worthy.” Unfortunately, our job at proving our worthiness got harder last year, as trust in nonprofits continued to drop.  According to Edelman’s annual Trust Barometer (which was released the beginning of this year), people from around the world are losing trust in government, for-profits, nonprofits, and the media.  In the United States, trust in all of these organizations dropped to 43%. .

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