Fiscal Contract Monitor
The Public Health Department is looking for a skilled, knowledgeable, highly-motivated, and enthusiastic team player to assist in managing the contract and recipient monitoring activities for the grant-funded programs.
The Fiscal Contract Monitor reports to the Lead Fiscal Contract Monitor and assists in the daily contract and recipient risk management and monitoring functions for the grant-funded programs. This position plays a role in preparing and reviewing financial and programmatic risk assessments, financial contract compliance, and other monitoring activities. The position also provides support during internal and external audits for the program.
- Job Duties
- Commitment and ability to understand and apply equity and social justice principles to all aspects of work.
- Perform financial and compliance risk assessment analysis for the department's external award recipients which, under the guidance of the Lead Fiscal Contract Monitor, includes analyzing a variety of financial records, reports, statements, and communicating the results to both financial and non-financial staff.
- Schedule and perform in-person or virtual fiscal monitoring site visits to examine award recipient’s accounting and financial records on behalf of the Program to ensure fiscal compliance with grant/contract requirements, all applicable federal, state, and county regulations, and accounting and financial reporting in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), federal Uniform Guidance, and County financial management standards.
- Generate the fiscal monitoring report and presenting the result to internal County staff and award recipients. Follow-up the monitoring result with award recipients and perform additional review or visits as needed.
- Prepare status reports of current year monitoring site visits and maintain and evaluate trends in agency compliance.
- Provide ongoing feedback and recommendation to division fiscal and programmatic staff related to award recipient monitoring and methodology under the guidance of the Lead Fiscal Contract Monitor.
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
- Experience, Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills
- Demonstrated years of progressive responsibility in auditing, accounting, finance, audit, or grant/contract monitoring
- Demonstrated experience in Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) Framework
- Ability to understand funding sources, policies, and program requirements
- Demonstrated experience with automated financial management systems
- Demonstrated keen analytical, organizational and problem solving skills
- Demonstrated proficiency in the development of electronic records or reports needed to document transactions, monitor activities, and compare data from different sources and systems
- Demonstrated experience interfacing with external and internal auditors.
- Demonstrated ability to communicate orally, and in writing with individuals of diverse backgrounds, and at all levels of an organization related to internal and external stakeholders
- Demonstrated organizational skills to prioritize and manage multiple tasks.
- Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain effective, collaborative, and positive working relationships with both internal and external stakeholders
- Demonstrated proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office product with advanced knowledge of Excel
- Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, business administration OR any equivalent combination of business experience and education which provides the applicant with the desired skills, knowledge, and ability required to perform the work
- Demonstrated experience in federal, state, and local audit requirements for grant/contract administration
- Experience with various accounting/finance reporting systems. i.e. QuickBooks
- Knowledge of governmental and/or nonprofit accounting and finance
- Experience performing audit and/or award recipient monitoring site visits
- Experience with federal grant/contract monitoring.
- Supplemental Information
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As of October 18, 2021, most* King County employees are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. If hired, you will be required to submit proof of vaccination by October 18th. People are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose in a two-dose series or two weeks after a single-dose vaccine. Employees may make requests for a reasonable accommodation based on a medical disability or for sincerely held religious beliefs. Philosophical, political, scientific, or sociological objections to vaccination will not be considered for an exemption or accommodation.
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If you are interested in pursuing this position, please follow the application instructions carefully. If you need this announcement in an alternate language or format, would like to request accommodation or assistance in the application or assessment process or if you have questions please contact your recruiter listed on this job announcement.
Who May Apply: This Term-Limited Temporary position is open to all qualified applicants. Career Service applicants can apply for this position as a Special Duty Assignment (SDA). SDA's require supervisor approval.
Work Location: Downtown Seattle, Chinook Building, 401 5th Avenue, Seattle, WA, 98104.
Work Schedule: The individual selected for this position will be required to work Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This position is exempt from the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act and is not overtime eligible.
The following are required for a complete application:
- NeoGov Job Application with completed supplemental questions
- Resume - outlining how you meet or exceed position qualifications
- Cover Letter - outlining your interest in this role and how you meet or exceed position qualifications
- The selected candidate must be able to pass a thorough background investigation.
- For more information on our selection process, please refer to www.kingcounty.gov/depts/health/jobs/hiring. For tips on interviewing, please visit https://www.kingcounty.gov/~/media/audience/employees/learning-and-development/Interview_Tips.ashx?la=en.
- Employees are required to protect the privacy and security of protected health information as defined in State and Federal Law.
- Employees are required to adhere to OSHA/WISHA guidelines including but not limited to completing their mandatory trainings on time and obtaining required immunizations.
- Regular and reliable attendance, effective communication skills, and development of effective working relationships are requirements of all Public Health positions.
- Staff may be required to play an active role in the event of a public health emergency, which may include changes in responsibilities and working hours.
Contact: If you have any questions or require any assistance, please contact Molly Jensen at email@example.com or 206-477-1383.
King County offers a highly-competitive compensation and benefits package designed to meet the diverse needs of our employees and support our employees' health and well-being. Eligible positions receive the following benefits and have access to the following programs:
- Medical, dental, and vision coverage: King County pays 100% of the premiums for eligible employees and family members
- Life and disability insurance: employees are provided basic coverage and given the opportunity to purchase additional insurance for both the employee and eligible dependents
- Retirement: King County employees are eligible to participate in a pension plan through the Washington State Department of Retirement Systems and a 457(b) deferred-compensation plan
- Transportation program and ORCA transit pass
- 10 paid holidays each year (plus 2 personal holidays)
- Generous vacation and paid sick leave
- Paid parental leave, family and medical leaves, and volunteer leave
- Flexible Spending Account
- Wellness programs
- Onsite gyms and activity centers
- Employee giving program
- Employee assistance programs
- Flexible schedules and telecommuting options, depending on position
- Training and career development programs
This is a general description of the benefits offered to eligible King County employees, and every effort has been made to ensure its accuracy. If any information on this document conflicts with the provisions of a collective bargaining agreement (CBA), the CBA prevails. Also, in the event of any incorrect information in this document, applicable laws, policies, rules, CBAs, or official plan documents will prevail.
NOTE: Benefits for Term Limited Temporary (TLT) or Short Term Temporary (STT) positions, including leave eligibility and/or participation in the pension plan through the Washington State Department of Retirement Systems, will vary based upon the terms and details of the position. Short Term Temporary positions are not eligible for an ORCA transit pass.
For inquiries about the specifics of this position, please contact the recruiter identified on this job posting.
01Are you applying to this position as an eligible Current or Previous King County Employee Priority Placement Program Participant AND Is this position the same or lower percentage of full-time when compared to the position held at the point of the notification of layoff AND Do you possess the skills and abilities to qualify for this position?
02If you answered yes to the question above and you are applying for this position as a Priority Placement Participant, to be considered, you must provide the following three pieces of information in the space provided: 1. The title you held when you received your layoff notice 2. The department you worked in 3. The effective date of your layoff03Describe your work experience applying knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) Framework.04Describe your experience working with external and internal auditors and/or performing financial audits.05Describe your experience with accounting software/systems.
- Yes, I was given a layoff notice from my role at King County AND I am within two years of the effective date of my layoff. AND The position I was laid off from was the same or a higher percentage of FT status when compared to this one.