Donor Revenue & Reporting Accountant - 100% Remote

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Job Description

Donor Revenue & Reporting (DRR) Accountant - 100% Remote


About the Company and Opportunity:



  • Our client is a nonprofit global health organization headquartered in Washington, DC. Looking to hire a temporary Donor Revenue & Reporting (DRR) Accountant starting immediately. This assignment is expected to last indefinitely. Hourly rate is $35 - $45 an hour depending on level of experience. This is a potential temp to perm opportunity and starting in 2022 will be a remote hybrid position (office is located in Washington DC). They are interested in talking to candidates who are only interested in the temp role as well as temp to perm.

  • Donor Revenue & Reporting (DRR) Accountant (100% Remote): Bachelors' degree in Accounting or related field, or related experience; Must understand GAAP, NFP donor invoice preparation, revenue recognition, indirect costs, and financial reporting (USAID and government reporting). Must have very strong Excel and communication skills.

  • Some of the employee reviews, include things like:


    • 'great mission, supportive and collaborative colleagues.'

    • 'gave me numerous opportunities to learn, grow and contribute. I will be forever grateful for the experience.'



Overview of the Donor Revenue & Reporting (DRR) Accountant role:



  • Lead preparation of financial reporting documents for a portfolio of projects;

  • Understand and consider risks related to donor reporting and the impact on the organization if these risks are not mitigated;

  • Recalculate revenue, deferred revenue, unbilled & billed receivable balances with each financial report, and identify and resolve the cause of any variances;

  • Review unapplied donor cash to ensure proper application and resolve all issues by liaising with the Accounts Receivable

  • Prepare journal entries, with consideration for US GAAP, the organization's donor reporting requirements, and potential financial exchange risk


Preferred Qualifications for the Donor Revenue & Reporting (DRR) Accountant:



  • Bachelors' degree in Accounting or related field, or related experience;

  • Must understand GAAP, NFP donor invoice preparation, revenue recognition, indirect costs, and financial reporting (USAID and government reporting).

  • Must have very strong Excel and communication skills.


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