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Aging Services Finance Supervisor
The Aging Services Finance Supervisor is accountable for the implementation of the financial operations and administrative services functions for state and federal aging programs. These programs include those administered through the Aging and Adult Services Division of the Continuing Care for Older Adults Administration as well as those administered through the Minnesota Board on Aging, a separate state agency with its own enabling legislation and administrative requirements.
Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Oversees several functional areas of financial management, e.g., budgeting and accounting systems for multiple federal and state administrative and grant funds awarded through the Administration on Aging (AoA), the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Management (CMS), the Minnesota Legislature, private foundations and other state-sponsored entities
• Financial reporting; internal financial controls; Division and Board appropriation support; position control and assignment; and vendor payment process
• Assures that federal and state laws, policies, procedures, regulations and standards are met
• Develops, implements and maintains electronic systems that support outcome-based reporting and statewide financial reporting and payments
• Maintains the allocation and payment systems for state and federal funds administered through DHS and the Minnesota Board on Aging, and their contractors/grantees
• Assures the accuracy, timeliness and efficiency of the work of the financial management and administrative support teams
Qualifications & Requirements Five years of professional work experience demonstrating the following:
•Expertise and experience with understanding and applying administrative and grant-in-aid financial principles for both the State of Minnesota and the federal Older Americans Act funding systems.
• Experience with modern principles of administrative management and public administration.
• Experience with accounting, budgeting and auditing principles and their relationship to fiscal compliance within State of Minnesota and federal standards
• Experience with automated data base design and management, computer system management and training skills in these areas
• Experience leading a team to achieve financial and program specific outcomes related to aging services.
A Bachelor’s degree in a related field may substitute for one year of general professional experience. OR a Master’s degree in a related field may substitute for two years of general professional experience.