Posted: Apr 26, 2021

Fiscal Analyst

Salary: $48,000.00 - $52,000.00 Weekly
Application Deadline: N/A
Health Services

Community Health Action of Staten Island (CHASI) drives dramatic improvements in the health of New Yorkers by feeding people who are hungry, healing families broken apart by violence, and bridging the gaps between people and the compassionate health care they deserve. CHASI serves the most vulnerable individuals, families, and communities with critical services and programs. CHASI provides outreach, education, prevention, and direct support services for populations most affected by health disparities – the poor and working poor, low-income people with chronic illnesses, persons with criminal justice involvement, substance users, domestic violence survivors, people of color, and the LGBTQ community.



The Fiscal Analyst works closely with the other members of the finance team to ensure all accounting and fiscal practices are carried out in a timely and accurate manner. The agency is supported primarily by government contracts and private foundations which have varying reporting mechanisms, invoicing processes, and regulatory requirements. The Fiscal Analyst will assist in fiscal grant management and is also responsible for managing the general ledger, supporting closing processes, and all other related functions. The Fiscal Analyst will report directly to the Director of Finance and Accounting. 



  • Provide financial oversight of multiple programmatic areas.
  • Support development of each department’s annual budget (income and expenses) by contract.
  • Allocate and track personnel and OTPS expenses to contracts ensuring expenditures are allowable.
  • Prepare and submit vouchers and funders reports.
  • Develop the budget modifications for grants as needed.
  • Prepare budget-to-actual reports for departments by grants in the portfolio and review with senior program staff.
  • Analyze the monthly revenue and enter associated journals in the general ledger.
  • Reconcile and ensure appropriate recording of accounts receivable per grant.
  • Reconcile and ensure appropriate recording of expenditures related to social service programs.
  • Support month-end and year-end closing processes.
  • Ensure all policies and procedures are being followed as per organizational policy and procedure manuals.
  • Support other fiscal processes (AP, Payroll, Allocations, bank recs), as needed.
  • Liaise with funders and respond to their requests.
  • Assist with audits of the contracts and the agency.
  • Other special projects assigned by the Director of Finance & Accounting.

The above is intended to describe the essential job functions, the general supplemental functions, and the essential requirements for the performance of the job.  It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of all the job functions.           



  • Bachelor’s degree required in Accounting or Finance related field with accounting coursework.
  • 3+ years of experience in non-profit and/or governmental accounting experience preferred.
  • Must be able to handle multiple projects, competing deadlines, and a continually heavy workload.
  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite required.
  • Experience with NetSuite general ledger system preferred.
  • Experience with Paylocity payroll system a plus.