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Assistant Comptroller

Job Details

Full Time
4 Year Degree
$110,000.00 Salary/year

Assistant Comptroller

Department:                             Fiscal

Reporting Relationship:           AVP of Finance




Position Overview:



Supervise and provide a variety of Accounting, Accounts Payable and Reporting functions for the agency.




Principal Duties & Responsibilities:


Portfolio monitoring

  • Responsible for monitoring, recording and preparing schedules for all agency portfolio transactions on a monthly basis.


Asset & Fiscal Management

  • Responsible for all asset management activity, including recording transactions, maintaining applicable schedules and reconciling general ledger inventory with the agency software data.
  • Upgrade Fiscal Technology and accounting systems to maximize remote work functions.


Auditing / Regulatory Functions

  • Responsible for all internal and external auditing functions, including liaising with government and CPA auditors and providing documentation.
  • Record general ledger amounts for all site allocations and provide the applicable schedules.


Reporting and reconciliation

  • Responsible for government reporting (CFR, IRS 990, Pension 5500, ACS Schedule 7 etc.)
  • Reconcile agency Metro and gift cards accounts


Accounts Payable

  • Responsible for all Accounts Payable functions
  • Provide the AVP of Finance with regular disbursement and aging reports.
  • Work collaboratively with AVP of Finance to achieve maximum integration of AP and Purchasing systems.

Other Responsibilities

  • Carry out selected short and long term special project assignment identified by AVP of Finance or other senior administrators.



Competencies & Traits:

  1. The capacity to understand government rules and regulations and to analyze, synthesize and report on complex data issues.
  2. The ability to perform complex quantitative/mathematical analysis.
  3. The ability to establish strong working relationships and work well with individuals within the agency, government and other social service agencies.
  4. Must maintain a positive and engaged professional demeanor
  5. Must possess independent thinking skills; organizational and analytical skills
  6. Extremely detail-oriented with a sense of urgency



Position Type

Full Time



Commensurate with experience



Based in our Brooklyn Heights Office (One Pierrepont Plaza – Brooklyn, NY 11210) 


Graham is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants are invited to apply. Graham offers eligible employees a comprehensive benefit package including medical, dental & vision coverage, PTO and holiday pay, retirement plans (defined contribution pension and 403 (b) thrift), and more.




  1. A minimum of BA/BS degree required.  CPA preferred.
  2. Minimum 5 years of government or non-profit industry related experience.
  3. Must possess excellent computer skills.  MS Office (Excel, Word, Database and spreadsheet application)
  4. Strong written and oral communication skills.
  5. Ensures excellence and continuous quality improvement in operational functions. These areas must attain and maintain accreditation and compliance with regulatory agencies and funding sources
  6. Strong preference for prior experience with Sage MIP accounting system, inventory and purchasing practices.