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Virginia Department of Accounts

Financial Accountability. Reporting Excellence.

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Voice: (804) 225-3038

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Current Job Openings

Reporting Compliance Analyst (#00159)

Open to the General Public
Reporting Compliance Analyst: $50,811 - $73,500
Pay Band: 5
Position: #00159

The Department of Accounts' (DOA) mission is to provide a uniform system of accounting, financial reporting, and internal control adequate to protect and account for the Commonwealth's financial resources, while supporting and enhancing the recognition of Virginia as the best managed state in the union.

This position supports DOA with state and federal reporting requirements within the Compliance Oversight and Federal Reporting Unit. Researches federal regulations related to Federal State and Local Fiscal Recovery (SLFRF) funds; acts as subject matter expert related to SLFRF; coordinates centralized reporting for the Commonwealth; ensures DOA's American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Reporting System is updated as necessary; communicates updates to reporting requirements to all affected agencies; coordinates and participates in the Request for Proposal (RFP) process to select a contractor to conduct systematic recovery audits; serves as point of contact for selected contractor and coordinates receipt of recovered funds; and provides backup support for other unit responsibilities.

Minimum requirements: Knowledge of state and/or federal governmental compliance requirements; and accounting, reporting, and procedures. Effective verbal and written communication; financial analysis; organizational; and Microsoft Office (Word and Excel) skills. Demonstrated ability to implement guidelines, procedures, policies and reporting practices; analyze and resolve complex problems; organize, prioritize, and complete complex financial/accounting analysis; serve as a subject matter expert; organize technical information in clear reports; research and interpret regulatory guidelines; demonstrate integrity and respect for others; and professionally correspond with and maintain a positive working relationship with federal and state organizations. Experience in accounting or financial reporting.

Preferred requirements: Degree in finance, accounting, business, or related field. Progressive experience in federal and/or state compliance reporting. Work or educational experience with governmental accounting. Certification in a financial/accounting field.

State applications for this position will only be accepted online through the State website at https://virginiajobs.peopleadmin.com/postings/303810. This position is Open Until Filled. The first review of applications will occur on August 1, 2022.

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Assistant Director, Reporting Compliance (#00364)

Open to the General Public
Assistant Director, Reporting Compliance: $66,380 - $120,000
Pay Band: 6
Position: #00364

The Department of Accounts’ (DOA) mission is to provide a uniform system of accounting, financial reporting, and internal control adequate to protect and account for the Commonwealth’s financial resources, while supporting and enhancing the recognition of Virginia as the best managed state in the union.

This position manages activities of the Reporting Compliance Unit under the Director for Compliance Oversight and Federal Reporting by supervising the daily operations. Supervises the preparation of the Statewide Indirect Cost Allocation Plans (SICAP), the Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards (SEFA), the Cash Management Improvement Act (CMIA) reporting, and the claims and judgements processing; prepares accurate schedules to maintain compliance relating to Single Audit requirements; maintains compliance with Federal reporting requirements related to State and Local Fiscal Recovery COVID-19 funds; researches and enforces all reporting requirements centrally for the Commonwealth; reviews all requested exceptions to statewide travel, expenditure, and moving and relocation policies; ensures the Commonwealth Accounting Policies and Procedures (CAPP) Manual remains up to date; supervises the publication of the Comptroller’s Quarterly Report on Statewide Compliance; supervises the Prompt Pay and Accounts Receivable reporting processes; assists with review and/or writing of related policies and procedures; oversees statewide cost recovery audit process; ensures updates of travel rates in Cardinal; and supervises professional staff of compliance analysts.

Minimum qualifications include: Extensive knowledge of governmental compliance requirements; technicalities of financial reporting systems; and accounting, reporting, and procedures. Effective verbal and written communication; financial analysis; supervisory; organizational; customer service; teamwork; and Microsoft Office (Word and Excel) skills. Demonstrated ability to create and implement accounting policy, guidelines, procedures, and reporting practices; review the work of others and provide feedback; analyze and resolve complex problems; organize, prioritize, and evaluate the work of others; organize statistical and technical information in clear reports; complete complex financial/accounting analysis; research and interpret regulatory guidelines; organize, prioritize, and evaluate the work of professional financial staff; create, develop, and implement technical and procedural manuals, directives, guidelines, and other documents; demonstrate integrity and respect for others; develop, implement, and ensure compliance with complex procedures; and professionally correspond with and maintain a positive working relationship with federal and state organizations. Experience utilizing automated information systems for financial reporting applications; and progressive experience in federal and state compliance reporting.

Preferred qualifications include: Knowledge of legislative processes of State government. Degree in finance, accounting, business, or related field. Experience with federal reporting requirements associated with Federal Funds, Single Audit Reporting, Indirect Costs Plans, SEFA, and CMIA; supervising or serving as lead for professional-level employees; and the development and modification of systems and programs. Professional license or certification in a financial/accounting field.

State applications for this position will only be accepted online through the State website at https://virginiajobs.peopleadmin.com/postings/303548. This position is Open Until Filled. The first review of applications will occur on August 1, 2022.

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DOA is an Equal Opportunity Employer, supports diversity in the workplace, and is certified as a Virginia Values Veterans employer. Veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

E-Verify Notice: After accepting employment, new hires are required to complete an I-9 form and present documentation of their identity and eligibility to work in the United States. Effective June 1, 2011, agencies in the Commonwealth of Virginia's Executive Branch will use the E-Verify system to confirm identity and work authorization.

Contact Information

Phone Number:

Main: (804) 225-3038
Fax: (804) 371-8587

Street Address:

Department of Accounts
James Monroe Building
101 North 14th Street,
2nd Floor
Richmond VA 23219-3638

Mailing Address:

Department of Accounts
PO Box 1971
Richmond VA 23218-1971

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