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The Arc Tennessee

Manager of Fiscal Services

The Arc Tennessee


Job Summary


The Manager of Fiscal Services is responsible for all execution of all financial functions of the organization in accordance  with generally accepted accounting principles  and works closely with the Directors and volunteer leadership  to ensure the overall financial health of the organization



•Uphold the mission, positions and values of the agency (The Arc of Tennessee)

•Comply with fiscal, legal, and agency requirements

•Role model behaviors of trust, competence, vision, and inspiration

•Involve others in planning and problem solving

•Expand knowledge and skills through on-the-job, program sponsored, and outside educational opportunities

•Possess a general knowledge of The Arc as a national, state, and local organization

Job Responsibilities



1.   Develop the annual budget for The Arc Tennessee with input from leadership team and make

recommendations to the ED for options to best balance income and expenses

2.   Update and analyze the budget on a monthly and quarterly basis, making recommendations for adjustments to the ED as appropriate

3.   Complete and disseminate monthly financial documents including but not limited to budget updates, balance sheet, and investment  account updates

4. Ensure timely processing of all bills and invoices and record all transactions

5.   Complete all required grant reports and submit by deadline for timely payment by funders

6.   Process all local chapter affiliation fees and follow up with them for payment

7.   Track and follow up on outstanding payments due to The Arc Tennessee

8.   Reconcile all bank accounts of The Arc Tennessee monthly

9.   Maintain petty cash and reconcile monthly

10. Maintain and update financial procedures manual

11. Maintain and organize all documentation necessary for the organization’s yearly financial audit

12. Review annual 990 for discrepancies and ensure it is submitted as required


13. Maintain and update all paperwork  related to The Arc Tennessee’s  501c3 status as required

14. Complete the annual charitable solicitations paperwork


15. Maintain and organize all documentation necessary for the organization’s  yearly government grant audits (FAR Reviews)

16. Oversee the yearly MCO credentialing process for ECF CHOICES

17. Participate in the MegaConference Steering Committee

18. Process stipends for the Tennessee Disability MegaConference and follow up with recipients to ensure seamless registration/payment of stipend fee

19. Assist with MegaConference activities in the office and on-site

20. Conduct all functions of representative payee for individuals for whom The Arc Tennessee supports in this area


21.Serve as the staff liaison for Board Finance Committee including scheduling the meetings,

taking and disseminating meeting minutes and other financial documents

22. Other duties as assigned.



•             Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or similar degree preferred; Advanced degree or CPA ideal

•             Five years of accounting or related financial experience required

•             Experience working with volunteers preferred

•             Excellent organizational skills

•             Expertise in use of accounting software including QuickBooks and Abila

•             Ability to clearly explain budget documents to employees and volunteer leadership

•             Knowledge of non-profit accounting requirements preferred

Additional Information


The Arc Tennessee offers a general benefits package to all of its full-time employees.

How to Apply

Apply via email including cover letter and resume to Adam L’Herault at alherault@thearctn.org.



  • Date Posted: March 11, 2021
  • Type: Full-Time
  • Job Function: Accounting / Financial Management
  • Service Area: Other
  • Start Date: 04/15/2021
  • Salary Range: Commensurate with experience
  • Working Hours: 40 hrs/wk