Fiscal Director Developmental Disabilities

The Salvation Army – Eastern PA & Delaware
701 N Broad St., Philadelphia, PA 19123

Position Description:
The Fiscal Director is responsible to oversee all aspects of the Developmental Disabilities Program’s fiscal operations. The Developmental Disabilities Program provides services for people with IDD and Autism in Eastern PA and in the state of Delaware. Services include Residential supports provided in Community Living homes and apartments as well as Community Oriented Day Services and Supported Employment. Emphasis in the DD Program is to provide the highest quality of services tailored to each person’s needs to support their continued growth while maintaining the Health and Safety of the individuals served.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Tracking and reporting of funds from various sources including special Covid grants such as Medicaid Relief Fund, American Rescue Plan, etc.
  • Analysis of rates/unit cost from different funding streams
  • Designs and develops comparative reports on vacancies, losses, etc.
  • Assists in developing grants/proposals from a variety of sources
  • Oversees and supports DDP Accountants and Program Directors with budget preparation
  • Oversees compliance with state regulations including Room and Board, Rep Payee, etc.
  • Reviews contracts; ensures compliance; ensures timely reporting to funding agencies
  • Audits client personal funds and home Petty Cash on semi-annual basis
  • Prepares/review monthly/quarterly reports for accuracy and unusual transactions
  • Review Balance Sheet analysis on quarterly basis; ensures accuracy; identifies variance; possible write offs to CFC for action
  • Oversee/review monthly closings
  • Oversee annual (FYE 9/30) closings and contract year end closings (6/30). Both closings are accrual Base closings 
  • Assists with staff rate adjustments and pay scale updates 

Specific Requirements and Preferences:

  • Graduate degree in Business Administration or BA degree in Accounting or Finance with five to ten years’ experience in related field
  • Knowledge of fund accounting, GAAP accounting, State governmental funding requirements/ regulations, Medicaid funding requirements for Developmental Disabilities Programs
  • Knowledge of PA, Del and Medicaid regulations, ODP/DDDS state regulations including room and board, rep payee, etc.
  • Experience with rates/unit cost with different funding streams and ability to analyze components of rates
  • Knowledge of HUD compliance reporting, billing, etc. for Section 811 HUD projects
  • Ability to design and develop comparative reports on rates for vacancies, losses, etc

Benefits Include:

  • Generous paid time off every year that includes: holidays, up to 3 personal days, vacation time and sick time
  • Employer funded Pension Plan (company contributions begin after 1 year of employment) TDA also available
  • Comprehensive health care coverage with low-cost employee premiums, co-pays, and deductibles
  • Eligibility for supplemental insurance plans including Short Term Disability, AFLAC, and Voluntary Term Life
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Remitted Tuition Program
  • Eligibility for the Federal Government’s Public Student Loan Forgiveness Program
  • Most importantly – a job with a good purpose!

Organization Description:
The Salvation Army is an international movement which was founded in 1865 to serve the most desperate and poorest of the poor in East London, seeking to meet not only their physical needs but also their spiritual needs. It has grown to provide a huge array of services and programs in over 130 countries. The Developmental Disabilities Program was founded over 40 years ago to transition individuals from the Pennhurst State School and Hospital into the community in Southeastern Pennsylvania, and subsequently expanded to provide both Residential and Community-Oriented Day programs and Supported Employment throughout Delaware as well.

How to Apply:
Resumes to [email protected]

Posted February 8, 2022