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Finance Coordinator 15686405

Washington, DC
Check out this amazing Finance Coordinator opportunity to partner with a non-profit think tank on a 6 month project basis!

Title: Finance Coordinator
Location: Hybrid - Washington, DC (1 day on-site)
Hourly Rate: $25.00 - $30.00/hour
Job Type: Contract (6 months)

Primary Responsibilities:

Purchasing and Contract Management
  • Reviews and prepares expenditure documentation including invoice payments, check requests and purchase orders for all business units (including Press, Communications, Development, Executive Office, Facilities, Finance, General Counsel, Library, Technology, and Endowment).
  • Administers all business unit contracts, routes for approval as needed.
  • Supports Financial Managers in monitoring business unit contracts and licenses to ensure timely renewals or cancelations, tracking expected and actual payments by fiscal year.
  • Reviews and prepares travel expense reports for business unit employees and non-employees as needed.
  • Ensures that paperwork complies with the Institution’s travel policy, in addition to, following-up on questionable items as necessary. P
  • Reviews and prepares expenditure reports and basic variance analyses
Monthly Financial Review
  • Works with OFPM and accounting team to problem-solve expense issues that arise; supports the Financial Managers with correction of expenditures via the journal entry process.
  • Reviews and/or prepares business unit procurement card expenses on a monthly basis.
  • Coordinates with the business units to consolidate and prepare monthly journal entry of internal charges to programs (including temp service bills, employment background check charges, postage and printing bills).
  • Assists with recording expense and revenue from Brookings Press.
  • Prepares monthly invoices for rent and others as needed.
  • Assists in reviewing and follow up on accounts receivables for business units.
  • Submits month-end accruals to the Controller’s office.
Administrative Responsibilities
  • Main point of contact for the business units on timesheets.
  • Responsible for compliance and submittal process (including the non-exempt timesheet process); Monitors timesheet submissions and approvals; performs corrections when needed.
  • Monitors charging.
  • Conducts leave balance reviews.
  • Requests  new vendors in PeopleSoft
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Bachelor's degree required - accounting, finance, or related field
  • Minimum two years of relevant work experience required
  • Must be authorized to work for any employer in the US
  • Experience in non-profit setting is preferred
Benefits of Working with Cordia Resources  
Cordia Resources is a leading recruiting and staffing firm in the Washington, DC area. We focus on building strong relationships with employers and job seekers, like you, because we care about opening new doors to career opportunities and helping our clients grow. Join our consulting team to benefit from our best-in-class Consultant Care program, multiple project opportunities, health and retirement benefits, participation in company events, among others.  
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