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KGRF Group is a small, Accounting Outsourcing, Government Contract Compliance and Financial Advisory Services firm. Established in 2005 and based in Bethesda, Maryland, the firm is focused on providing its clients with the highest level of value-added service in a cost effective strategy to enable enterprise growth.

The firm now has an exceptional opportunity for a Mid-Level Manager on its Accounting Outsourcing team. The successful candidate must be able to work independently but also manage team members effectively both on-site and remotely. Deep experience in performing and managing the full cycle accounting needs in the Government Contractor space including financial statement preparation, review, and analysis is essential.

This position requires the ability to balance multiple engagements with varying deadlines, communicate effectively to internal and external stakeholders, and to remain calm and effective in stressful situations. We offer a flexible schedule based on the needs of the client. Work is performed either at client sites in the D.C. metro area and/or in the company’s Bethesda office (sometimes in the same day), with occasional work at home opportunities.


Job responsibilities for clients where accounting support is provided may include but is not limited to:

  • Contracts – Ensure the integrity of the client’s contract information in the accounting system by entering and reviewing the information contained in the system against the contract and its modifications, and inactivating completed contracts.
  • Contracts and Billing – Obtain and maintain a working knowledge of all of a client’s contracts. Be well versed in the specifics of the contract including, but not limited to, the allowability and the unallowability of expenditures and the timing of spending notifications to the client. Prepare all client billings based upon the schedule dictated by the client.
  • Bank Reconciliations – Use the client’s accounting system’s bank reconciliation module to reconcile client accounts on a monthly basis, or more frequently as directed. For new clients, set up the module and transition manual bank reconciliations onto the system, if possible.
  • Monthend Reports – Prepare the client’s monthend reports/financial statements on a timely basis and in accordance with agreed upon client deadlines.
  • Payroll Processing and Payroll Taxes – Be responsible for processing the Company’s payroll through the Company’s payroll system and file the related payroll taxes. Prepare the quarterly and yearly payroll tax filings and payments (such as Form 1099s, Form 941, etc). This includes preparing and sending client communications in advance of payroll tax deadlines and coordinating the information that is needed from the client. All filings are to be completed in a timely basis, and allow the clients at least one (1) week to review the information for completeness and accuracy. Follow up with related agencies when clients receive notifications from them (e.g. IRS, State Agencies, etc.).
  • Cash Disbursements/Accounts Payable – Responsible for the timely and accurate recording and subsequent payment of properly approved invoices from vendors for goods and services purchased as well as the processing of any reclassification or correction.
  • Timesheets – Either by using the Company’s electronic system or through manual entry, maintain the integrity of the timesheet data that is processed into the accounting system.

Job responsibilities for clients where compliance consulting is provided may include:

  • Indirect Rate Development – Work to develop an indirect rate structure for clients who either do not have an existing structure in place or need to amend their current structure for growth/change.
  • Cost Proposal Support – Work with the client to respond to the cost section of a proposal. Assuming appropriate notification is provided by the client, ensure the timeliness of its completion.
  • Audit Support – Act as a liaison for the client with its external auditors (financial or government).
  • Incurred Cost Submissions – Prepare client cost submissions.
  • System Implementations – Implement Unanet and/or QuickBooks software.
  • Other – as prescribed by the client that meets technical capabilities.

Job responsibilities associated with managing staff may include:

  • Assist staff with prioritizing their workload and schedules.
  • Review work product for quality and accuracy.
  • Mentor staff in client management and communication skills.
  • Establish individual professional development and a path to achieve.
  • Provide general oversight and management.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Additional Functions:

  • Maintain daily operations by performing assigned tasks on the accounting calendar.
  • Serve as a contact to clients.
  • Respond to client phone inquiries and emails within same day, but no later than 24 hours.
  • Establish and maintain effective communication strategy with Managing Director.


  • Working knowledge of DELTEK GCS Premier Software, QuickBooks, Unanet, Acrobat Adobe and Microsoft Office Products
  • 7–9 years of related work experience with a minimum of 5 years of Accounting experience
  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Business or related field
  • CPA preferred
  • Ability to work independently and part of a team
  • Strong organizational and project management skills
  • Effective writing skills



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