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Do you dream of working for a local non-profit? Are you someone that enjoys impacting a community through the work that you do? Then look no further than KCAO! Kings Community Action Organization (KCAO) is a federally-designated anti-poverty agency for Kings County. We are seeking a qualified Grants Analyst.

If you or someone you know is a Grants Analyst, Financial Analyst, or has strong Accounting skills, please take the opportunity to apply today! Have questions? Reach out to me (Jenn) at 559-415-7210 


Length of work year: Continuous 12-months

Employment Type: Full-Time

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Compensation: Min.22.03/hour - Max.27.44/hour

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled


Under the general supervision of the Grants Analyst Manager, the Grants Analyst is responsible for conducting a professional level of accounting activity with respect to maintenance of general accounting records, preparation of financial and budgetary reports, and interpretation of information contained therein.




  • Perform bookkeeping functions for agency programs and departments
  • Perform financial analysis work as requested by Finance Director.
  • Coordinate and provide internal fiscal documentation to Federal, State and Local agencies in compliance with contractual requirements
  • Prepare fiscal documentation for internal and external audits, as well as Program year close-outs, invoicing, etc.
  • Prepare and post complex journal entries
  • Perform the direct and indirect cost allocations
  • Enter month end closing entries after reviewed by the Finance Director
  • Prepare and enter data into computer

Contract and budgeting management:

  • Provide information and assist Program Directors in preparing the budgetary information for grant proposals.
  • Maintain a comprehensive filing system and keep the current contracts accessible and old contracts filed in a safe area.
  • Review the practicality of a grant contract, maintaining all records for that grant, including but not limited to, original and modified contracts, invoices, year-to-date financial records, and correspondence between grantor and grantee as it relates to financial impact(s) on programs/KCAO.


  • Interpret financial and budgetary information for respective Program Directors and others.
  • Complete contractual claims and invoices for monthly and quarterly reimbursements in a timely manner as scheduled.
  • Close books monthly and prepare monthly financial reports for Program Directors.
  • Assist in Year-end closing of books, for program audits.
  • Learn and maintain working knowledge of programs and financial implications. Includes actual information as well as forecasting expenses/cash flows.


  • Other duties as assigned


  • Minimum of two years progressively responsible budgeting/accounting experience required, must include budgetary accounting and analysis and multiple contract cost accounting; prefer fund accounting experience in either a non-profit or governmental environment AND Associate’s degree in accounting; OR
  • 4 years of progressively responsible budgeting/accounting experience, must include budgetary accounting and analysis and multiple contract cost accounting; prefer fund accounting experience in either a non-profit or governmental environment.

KCAO is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace

KCAO participates in the E-Verify program that electronically confirms an employee's authorization to work in the United States that complies with the I-9 form.

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