Plans, directs, and controls the Tribe’s finances through analysis, management, budgeting, financing, and accounting practices, as well as nurturing its relationship with institutions and other members of the financial community by performing the following duties personally, or with staff.
Responsible for fiscal compliance of all government contracts and grants. Responsible for supervision of accounting staff and program accounting operations. Supervise the maintenance of financial records. Review the reconciliation of accounting records to determine completeness and accuracy. Responsible for trial balances of general and subsidiary ledgers. Assist in preparing financial reports for administration. Assist in the review or development of accounting systems, procedures, and software. Assist in the development or modifications of user manuals for accounting and budgeting systems currently in use or to be implemented. Perform internal audit procedures guaranteeing compliance with Tribal policies, GAAP, GASB Statements and OMB regulations, specifically 2CFR200. Provide investment advice to the Administrative Manager and manage the Tribe’s cash flow and short-term investments. Responsible for closeout of financial records and preparation for annual audit. Responsible for FQHC reconciliation reporting and compliance. Provide technical assistance and training on accounting procedures to service users. Prepare financial reports and schedules as needed. Analysis of financial reports as needed for Tribal operations. Other duties as assigned.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, five years of experience in fiscal management of governmental or fund accounting, and one year of supervisory experience.
Knowledgeof: Investment funds, real estate, lending structures, and risk management. Advanced knowledge of computer operations, software, and hardware. Thorough understanding of fund accounting and grant administration.
Abilityto: Read and understand financial reports.
Other: Occasionally work weekends and evenings. Must possess a valid Oregon State driver's license, insurance and be eligible to drive a GSA Vehicle.
Internal Number: 202058
About Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians
The Confederated Tribes of Siletz (“CTSI” or “Tribe”) is a federally recognized confederation of 27 bands of Indians, originating from Northern California to Southern Washington. Termination was imposed upon the Siletz by the United States government in 1955. In November of 1977, we were the first tribe in the state of Oregon and second in the United States to be fully restored to federal recognition. In 1992, our tribe achieved self-governance, which allows us to compact directly with the US Government. This gives us control and accountability over our tribal programs and funding. We occupy and manage a 3,666 acre reservation located in Lincoln County, Oregon. We manage several resources, including water, timber and fish. The Tribal administration office is located in Siletz, OR. CTSI’s main government office, housing office, health clinic and childcare, facility are located in Siletz, Oregon with area offices located in Portland, Salem and Eugene. We additionally have a Head Start facility, housing office, along with the casino resort, hotel and golf facilities, STBC, IAD, and STGC all located in Lincoln City, OR. For more information on programs, Tribal history, Tribal annual report, etc., please visit our website.
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