Latino Coalition for Community Leadership Fiscal Support Manager Denver, CO · Los Angeles, CA · Full time

This position is a key member of the Fiscal Team and reports to the Director of Fiscal Management and Learning. This position will be integral in monitoring and reporting sub-grant spending as well as responding to training needs of Community Partners. This position will contribute to the development of a strong team to support the LCCL’s goals. This position will work REMOTELY but will require travel to Community Partner sites and statewide meetings on a quarterly basis, and annual staff events held in Colorado or California.


Please include an updated resume and cover letter outlining why we should consider you for this vital role. *REMOTE JOB - Only candidates living in either Colorado or California will be considered.


The Latino Coalition for Community Leadership (LCCL) finds, funds, forms, and features nonprofits in marginalized communities meeting the needs of individuals and families. We are a grant intermediary, administering Federal and State grants and contracts that are sub-granted to multiple non-profit Community Partners in two states. This year, the LCCL will administer more than $10m in grants to grassroots organizations that are uniquely skilled to meet their community needs with a level of cultural sensitivity, understanding, and competence. We are a small, dedicated team of professionals who operate in a decentralized structure. There is no main reporting office, each position works from home. The LCCL utilizes a virtual office and this position will work 95% from their own home office, with some travel to local Community Partner locations.

*REMOTE JOB - Only candidates living in either Colorado or California will be considered.


Accounting and Grant Management:

  • Review and reconcile Community Partner requests for reimbursements and maintain accurate accounting files.
  • Manage financial reporting for Community Partners and provide support for the grant administration process
  • Contribute to grant-level monthly budget status and progress reports
  • Review grant documentation and assist on compliance with State, Federal, and contractual regulations and requirements, specifically pertaining to sub-grants to our Community Partners
  • Participate in the fiscal review process for Community Partners
  • Perform ongoing oversight of Community Partner billing, pertaining to budget and participant spending analysis.
  • Assist with general maintenance of Community Partner fiscal files and records, including the creation of budget templates, cost allocation worksheets, and other related reporting.

Financial Reporting and Training:

  • Review partner financial reporting for accuracy and completeness
  • Review partner budgets and policy documents and apply knowledge to other fiscal processes.
  • Review and assist with preparation of financial statements and records provided to federal or state representatives and auditors.
  • Understand and coach on LCCL fiscal standards and provide technical assistance to CPs on LCCL Fiscal Systems
  • Assess the quality of documentation or tracking, make recommendations and remediate training
  • Complete regular in-person and/or virtual site visits with each CP
  • Coach partner fiscal staff according to identified needs, responding to submission errors, and problem-solving internal control and calculation issues.
  • Advising partner staff on GAAP and “best-practice” for non-profit entities
  • Training and coaching new and existing community partners with varying skill levels on policy and compliance areas


Education and Experience

  • BA/BS in Finance, Accounting, Business related field or equivalent working experience
  • 5+ years increasingly responsible nonprofit accounting experience
  • Reliable transportation for expected travel to local site visits and quarterly meetings
  • Proven functional knowledge of day-to-day financial and accounting management for nonprofits
  • Proven experience offering Technical Assistance to an audience with widely varied understanding of accounting principles
  • Knowledge of GAAP, business principles and standard operating practices
  • Understanding of Federal grant requirements, including the Federal Uniform Guidance as well as experience managing State, County, and City contracts preferred.
  • Computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
  • Interest in and commitment to community needs, especially reentry and victims’ services.

Valued knowledge, skills, and abilities:

  • A commitment to our mission and culture.
  • Ability to identify errors on large spreadsheets/models and ability to dig into the data to understand the source of the errors.
  • Ability to identify when a process needs to be implemented, changed or left alone.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks across multiple locations and multiple business needs, combined with ability to quickly switch between tasks.
  • A commitment to competently and timely fulfill day to day responsibilities as an LCCL employee
  • Team player with a demonstrated ability to initiate and maintain collaborative professional relationships.
  • Strong organizational skills; a self-starter who can prioritize and multi-task.
  • Strong writing and communication skills.
  • Strong analytical skills.
  • Intellectual curiosity and strategic thinking.
  • Capacity to take the initiative without being asked.
  • Driven to getting the end-result on/before deadline and with exceptional accuracy.
  • Possession of both a “big picture” understanding of the role of the finance function while simultaneously being comfortable digging into the details of the business.
  • Comfort in an entrepreneurial environment that seeks to implement new processes and enjoys the challenge of growing a business.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and experience required to support change throughout our organization.


The Latino Coalition for Community Leadership (LCCL)’s continuing policy is to afford Equal Employment Opportunity to qualified individuals regardless of their race, color, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, age, creed, marital status, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, military or citizenship status, or any other classification protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws and ordinances.


  • Complete indeed application, including assessments and recorded answers
  • Attached resume and cover letter
  • Must live in either the Denver, CO or Los Angeles, CA metro areas

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  • Monday to Friday
  • Self-determined schedule

COVID-19 considerations:

Most work will be done remotely, however, all employees are encouraged to follow all local CDC guidelines when traveling to different cities and counties.


  • Bachelor's (Preferred)


  • Non-profit accounting: 3 years (Required)
  • Grant fund administration: 3 years (Required)
  • Financial analysis and reporting: 3 years (Preferred)
  • Training and coaching: 3 years (Preferred)


$64,000 - $70,000 per year