The Senior Accountant is responsible for office management, bookkeeping, and other lending/banking tasks. The position is responsible for ensuring the accuracy of accounts payable and receivable transactions and reporting, the general ledger, and coordinates some public sector reporting. The position provides calculations for the Loan Servicer to use when funding loans, and reviews documentation and balances calculations made by the Loan Servicer. Work is accomplished within established and well know procedures and general supervision of the Director of Finance & Administration (DFA).
Review Loan Servicer’s payment postings, check for accuracy and authorize Loan Servicer to transfer funds between NOAH Accounts for new loans, loan sales and payoffs.
Review and disburse reserve and escrow requests for borrowers, checking for accuracy. Balance and input accounting work, review closing worksheets for new loans and payoffs, and coordinate new loan fundings and loan payoffs for NOAH.
Develop and record journal entries associated with fundings and payoffs for the DFA’s review.
Reconcile Customer Accounts quarterly.
Act as back up to the DFA in processing semi-monthly payroll.
Assist the DFA in preparation of the monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements and related reports
Identify solutions to discrepancies in financial records.
Assist DFA in identifying processes, procedures and forms which can be improved.
Assist DFA with ensuring accounting practices are in compliance with legal guidelines and GAAP
Assist DFA and other managers with annual budget preparation.
Prepares annual calculation for the state of Oregon OAHTC program.
Assemble/compile month end information for the DFA.
Assist the DFA in preparation of schedules and financial reports for the annual audit and mid-year compilation.
Protect and maintain controls over NOAH’s bank accounts and financial practices including close relationship with NOAH’s agent bank and other financial relationships.
Train Loan Servicer in use of servicing software and test new product developments.
Assist DFA in facilities & office management (f. ex. Orders office supplies. Monitor office equipment and interacts with equipment vendors as needed).
About Network for Oregon Affordable Housing (NOAH)
Network for Oregon Affordable Housing is a statewide CDFI and non-profit corporation formed by a group of community minded Oregon Banks to provide financial and technical assistance for the development and preservation of affordable housing. NOAH brings expertise and resources together to ensure that safe, quality housing is available to low-income and special needs people across the state. NOAH administers and is responsible for approximately $250 million of lending capital.