Senior Financial Analyst
Job Details
FPHNY Corporate - New York, NY
Full Time
4 Year Degree

The Fund for Public Health in New York City (FPHNYC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is dedicated to the advancement of the health and well-being of all New Yorkers.  To this end, in partnership with the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), FPHNYC incubates innovative public health initiatives implemented by DOHMH to advance community health throughout the city. It facilitates partnerships, often new and unconventional, between government and the private sector to develop, test, and launch new initiatives. These collaborations speed the execution of demonstration projects, effect expansion of successful pilot programs, and support rapid implementation to meet the public health needs of individuals, families, and communities across New York City. 

Reports to Director of Finance and as part of the FPHNYC Finance Department the Senior Financial Analyst, in conjunction with FPHNYC Grant Managers, will support a portfolio of Federal and Non-Federal grants by providing ongoing management and preparation of financial grant reporting and analysis. This role conducts quarterly meetings with the FPHNYC Grant Management team, to discuss the financial administration of grant programs. The Senior Financial Analyst will also assist the Development team in the preparation of budgets for new proposals, ensuring that proposals are compliant with FPHNYC accounting policies and funder requirements, including Cost Principle for Non-Profit Organizations. The Senior Financial Analyst will also assist in the financial operations of FPHNYC, providing support for audits, accounts payable, account receivable and other areas as needed. 


•    Assist in program budget development for grant proposals, as well as budget modifications and renewals for existing programs.
•    Collaborate with Director of Finance in the preparation of the agency-wide budget process and periodically analyze administrative budget vs actual report 
•    Assist with single audit and financial statement analysis of grant and general ledger, providing year-over-year comparative trend and explanation of changes. 
•    Maintain payroll allocation and analyze payroll expense per the general ledger to the budgeted payroll 
•    Upload approved budget and maintain accurate budget through the grant year in accounting software 
•    Prepare financial voucher for government and private grant and record account receivable into account receivable log with support documentations 
•    Analyze encumbrance report and work with appropriate grant manager to modify and or liquidate balances at the end of grant year 
•    Analyze general ledger to identify unallowable costs charged to grant and process correcting entries accordingly 
•    Review and approve grant specific expenses and purchase orders in the internal purchase order system 
•    Update financial reports to reflect status of programs on a grant-to-date basis in order to: Track and analyze contract spending by specific funding category, Evaluate programs through comparison of actual performance with budgeted/planned objectives. Interpret financial information for practical use by Project Directors and Grant Managers, to identify and flag and issues for resolution. Monitor compliance with grant funding regulations; provide technical guidance to FPHNYC and DOHMH program staff regarding allowable/unallowable costs. Prepare additional grant-specific reports as needed.
•    In collaboration with the applicable Grant Manager, the Senior Financial Analyst will prepare all interim and final financial reports and submit in formats as required by grant agreements. 
•    Assist with other tasks as assigned.



•    BS/BA degree in accounting, finance, public administration, business administration or a related field. 
•    Minimum four years of experience in non-profit organization as a financial analyst, grant accountant, staff accountant, budget analyst, contract administrator, or equivalent position. Experience working with government grants is strongly preferred. 
•    Possess an understanding of Federal, State and New York City funding and reporting requirements. Demonstrates experience in Federal Cost Principles (2 CFR 200) and GAAP as it relates to non-profit organizations. 
•    Exposure to and understanding of Single Audit, SEFA preparation and donor restriction classification in accordance to ASC 958-605 
•    Expert-level experience with Microsoft Excel (pivot table, v-look up). Experience using accounting database, Sage Intacct software is preferred. Technically savvy and quick learner. 
•    Innovative thinker who can identify opportunities to streamline processes to add value. 
•    Self-motivated and results driven approach to job task. Requires minimal supervision to complete work assignments. 
•    Must be detail-oriented, proactive and can follow through with instruction and have an ability to carry out work with the highest levels of accuracy and efficiency. 
•    Excellent communication, interpersonal skill, and ability to work well with colleagues are highly essential 
•    Demonstrates ability to translate complex financial concepts for non-financial project managers. Ability to collaborate with a team and provide excellent internal customer service to our program partners at NYC DOHMH. 
•    Demonstrable ability to prioritize tasks according to deadlines and deliver work on schedule with minimal supervision. 


The salary range is 70k to 85k

•    Generous Paid Time Off (PTO) policy
•    Medical, dental, and life insurance with low or no employee contribution
•    A retirement savings plan with generous employer contribution
•    Flexible spending medical and commuter benefits plan
•    Generous and flexible work-from-home policy with up to three days working at home
•    Fun hybrid office environment and passionate team
•    Fun all staff events year-round
•    Meaningful work at an organization striving to advance health equity and social justice


Hybrid schedule: Three days remote and two days in office.

All new hires must be vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus, unless they have been granted a reasonable 
accommodation for religion or disability. If you are offered employment, this requirement must be met by 
your date of hire, unless a reasonable accommodation for exemption is received and approved by FPHNY HR.


To apply, send Resume, with Cover Letter, including how your experience relates to this position here. 
Candidates who do not submit a Cover Letter will not be considered. Applicants who best match the position 
needs will be contacted. 
The Fund for Public Health in New York City is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages a diverse
pool of candidates to apply.