Job Title: Manager, Finance Analyst

Reports To: Manager, Finance – Measurements and Outcomes

Department: Finance

Job Type: Full-time

Salary Range: 65k-70k, plus competitive benefits

Objective of Role: The Manager Finance Analyst provides financial analysis and support within the Finance team and works cross functionally to support planning, analysis and decision-making throughout the organization. The right candidate is organized, analytical, and proactive with a general understanding of city, state, and federal grant processes and reporting. This role requires proficiency in reporting, forecasting, modeling, and Excel. This includes analyzing financial performance and financial forecasting, planning, budgeting, analysis, and compliance management to support various areas within the organization to achieve goals and objectives. Responsibilities include preparing reports, board and committee materials, inputting and managing government grant information, project management, financial analysis, and working in teams in the finance areas and other parts of the organization.


  • Prepare and analyze accounting reports, budgets, projections, trends forecasts, and financial analysis.
  • Analyze data, financial and accounting systems, records, statements, invoices, and contracts.
  • Analyze, update, and communicate compliance systems, policies and documentation.
  • Utilize accounting and financial tools and models, including Excel.
  • Recommend financial and operating improvements based upon financial analysis.
  • Coordinate with members of the Finance, Development, and Programs team and other members of the organization.
  • Participate in and manage projects and teams.
  • Other duties as required.

Essential Skills:

  • Superior interpersonal and organizational skills, and attention to detail/
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines.
  • Critical thinking
  • Project management

Core competencies:

  • Excellent work ethic
  • Commitment to working in a mission driven organization.
  • Demonstrated personal ethics and values.
  • Cross-team collaboration and cooperation
  • Team-player who works well with a diverse group of people


  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field required.
  • 3 to 5 years of professional experience in Finance with management experience.
  • Knowledge of financial and accounting software and tools, computer skills, and advanced Excel skills.
  • Understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and Auditing Standards.
  • Understanding of methods, principles, design, and procedural methods used in data, accounting, and financial systems analysis, as well as government contracting and compliance.
  • Understanding of and ability to apply financial tools and analysis.

Compensation & Benefits:

  • Salary commensurate with experience. GOSO offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

Please send a resume with cover letter to: Resumes without a cover letter will not be considered.

GOSO is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

About GOSO: About GOSO: Getting Out and Staying Out has a vision of a world where neither a person’s race nor their prior contact with the legal system determines their future. To work toward that vision, we partner with young people impacted by arrest or incarceration on a journey of education, employment, and emotional well-being. For many of our participants, that journey begins while they are detained or incarcerated, on Rikers Island or in youth detention centers. We work with all interested individuals, regardless of the charges that they face, engaging them in future planning through programing focused on education, employment, and emotional well-being while helping to meet their immediate needs, whether physical (warm clothing, commissary supplies), psychological (correspondence and communication to help maintain links to the outside world), or legal (coordinating with public defense attorneys on courtroom advocacy). Among the major programs that are under the GOSO umbrella are Stand Against Violence East Harlem (SAVE), GOSOWorks, and multiple education programs (including Pathways-to-Graduation, a high school equivalency program). GOSO served its participants and the Harlem community throughout the Pandemic and, in fact, expanded its budget in the past few years. We are currently building our external relations functions, including development, in order to position GOSO for continued growth and expanded impact on those at the heart of our mission.