Child Care Resource Center is currently accepting applications for the role of fiscal monitor within the agency’s internal audit department.
CCRC serves over 50,000 children, families, and child care providers across northern Los Angeles County and San Bernardino County. We help families navigate their child care options and provide them with food, diapers and other necessary supplies at distribution drives throughout the year, like our Home for the Holidays event. CCRC also assists child care providers with the information, supplies, and training they need to offer the highest quality care. The agency employs nearly 1,000 staff members, who work together to cultivate child, family and community well-being.
“Aside from the amazing mission of our organization, one of the biggest reasons to work at CCRC are the many opportunities to grow and the great culture,” CCRC Internal Audit Director Lana Dolinko said. “There is a healthy work-life balance here.”
In addition to a work-life balance, CCRC offers a complex benefits program, paid vacation and a week-long holiday break, exciting teambuilding experiences, a respectable work culture and the opportunity for career advancement.
As the fiscal monitor, you will monitor fiscal operations within CCRC to ensure compliance with federal and state laws, rules, regulations, and terms and conditions of all awards: revenue, expenses, reimbursement, various operating budgets. The responsibilities of this role include compliance monitoring and reporting on a state of compliance.
“They will have a lot to learn because our agency is so big but much of it is on the job learning,” Lana said. “I’m looking for someone who is a strong self-starter, organized, and professional.”
Lana says one of the best qualities of her team is their openness to share problems and find solutions together.
The fiscal monitor, who works in tandem with the agency’s Head Start fiscal monitor, will focus primarily on subsidy matters. You must be thorough in your analysis of CCRC’s financial records and submit quarterly reports on your findings.
“This is not just an accounting or finance role,” Lana said. “The fiscal monitor should have the ability to analyze findings and identify problems. They should be able to audit and have a developed understanding of finances with an eye for detail. They must also understand budgets, expenses, and be adept in fiscal analysis.”
To qualify for this position, you must have a bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, business administration, or public administration, as well as a minimum of four years of professional accounting, auditing, or finance experience and one year of experience in a state or federally funded program preferred.
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