Temple Sinai, a vibrant Reform Jewish congregation, seeks an experienced Finance Manager to lead the organization’s finance and accounting operations, partner in the financial planning process, and work collaboratively across the organization to support the delivery of its mission and core values. This position is ideal for a finance professional who has non-profit experience, especially with places of worship, and a desire to support the vision of a spirited Jewish community.
Organization History and Mission
Organized in 1951, Temple Sinai today has over 1,150 member families and is one of the largest Reform Jewish congregations in the Washington, DC area. Temple Sinai offers a dynamic set of programs, services, and events that enhance Jewish identity for community members throughout the Washington, DC area and emphasize the enduring Jewish values of the Reform movement. For more information on the organization’s history and mission, please visit https://templesinaidc.org/our-history/.
Temple Sinai centers its programming in the following areas:
Temple Sinai is a Reform Jewish congregation and a proud member of the Union for Reform Judaism. Temple Sinai welcomes the participation of interfaith couples and families, and people of all abilities, backgrounds and sexual orientation. Located in northwest Washington, DC, Temple Sinai has an annual budget for FY2021 of about $5.5 million, full-time staff of 33 and total staff of 50.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Finance Manager plays a key role in advancing Temple Sinai as a leading Jewish congregation in the Washington, DC area. With one direct report (full-time bookkeeping assistant), the Finance Manager helps to ensure the financial health and sustainability of the organization as it looks to strengthen and enrich its community.
As Temple Sinai continues to grow and advance its mission, the Finance Manager performs a key role in serving the institution, including overseeing financial operations, maintaining the financial books and records of the Temple, updating and implementing internal control policies to safeguard assets, monitoring the investment portfolio, and working collaboratively as part of a larger staff team. The Finance Manger is responsible for the following:
Internal Controls, Policies & Procedures
Temple Sinai uses a variety of tools in its finance team: QuickBooks accounting software, Membership Management Services (MM2000), Paychex payroll services, and Microsoft Office tools including Word, Excel, and Outlook.
Skills and Attributes
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About Raffa – Marcum’s Nonprofit & Social Sector Group
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Temple Sinai, a vibrant Reform Jewish congregation, seeks an experienced Finance Manager to lead the organization’s finance and accounting operations, partner in the financial planning process, and work collaboratively across the…