Job Overview – Senior Contract Analyst:
Join our client’s team as a Contracts Analyst, where you will collaborate with the Contract Manager to prepare and oversee contract expenditure reporting meticulously. This pivotal role in New York City is crucial to budget oversight, modification preparation, and meticulous control of billing procedures.
Compensation: $30.00 – $33.00 / HR
Location: New York City
Responsibilities as the Contract Analyst include:
- Prepare monthly billing/expenditure reports
- Conduct monthly variance analysis to ensure proper billing control
- Assist in preparing annual budgets for agency government contracts
- Recognize and prepare budget modifications as necessary
- Work with Contract Manager to prepare journal vouchers
- Enter budgets and modifications into accounting software for billing/expenditure reports
- Maintain detailed, organized file histories for each government contract
- Support Program staff in managing contract spending and documentation
- Collaborate with team members and other departments to support contract management
- Perform other related duties as assigned by Contract Manager and Assistant Director – Contracts
Qualifications of the Contract Analyst include:
- A bachelor’s degree in accounting is preferred, or a high school diploma with at least 2+ years of relevant experience is preferred
- 1–2 years’ experience with a social service agency (non-profit) is preferred
- Experience with Governmental Contracts, preferably with DYCD, ACS, DOE, HUD, DHS, and United Way
- Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and accounting software (MIP or Fund Easy preferred).
- Excellent computer/technical skills
- Ability to work independently, meet deadlines, and thrive in a dynamic, fast-paced environment
- Good verbal and written communication skills
Application Notice: Qualified candidates will be contacted within 2 business days of application. If an applicant does not meet the above criteria, Atlantic Group will keep your resume on file for future opportunities and may contact you for further discussion.