Details: Salary commensurate with experience
1 Belmont Ave
Salary: $120,000 with an excellent benefits package.
The Director of Finance will support the Executive Director and the mission of the Institute by overseeing all financial activities and, in coordination with senior management, setting the financial goals and strategy for the Institute. This position ensures legal and regulatory compliance for all accounting and financial reporting functions. The Director of Finance also oversees general accounting, accounts receivable/collection and payroll.
Specific Duties include:
- Lead financial planning and analysis required to provide strategic decision support to Institute’s leadership.
- Establish and maintain effective financial controls for all systems to protect the Institute’s assets.
- Assess and analyze the progress of business initiatives, report results, and recommend course corrections where appropriate. Conduct cost/benefit analyses.
- Oversee staff in the preparation of accurate and timely monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements and formal presentations for executive leadership. Build and update revenue/cost/cash forecasts on an ongoing basis.
- Ensure compliance with federal, state and local legal requirements by researching existing and new legislation, consulting with outside advisors, and filing financial reports. Advise management of actions and potential risks.
- Develop methodologies and models for budgeting and reporting. Oversee the capital and operating expense budgets; monitor and report on variances.
- Oversee accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, and general ledger.
- Develop presentations and analytical material to be presented to executive team and company on the Institute’s financial status and projections.
- Negotiate contracts in conjunction with other departments and provide financial oversight.
- Keep up-to-date on information and technology affecting finance and accounting to increase innovation, cost–effectiveness, and ensure compliance.
- Arrange for audits, work with the Board’s Finance/Audit Committee, provide auditors with supporting financial information, and make corrections to procedures based on audit comments.
- BS in accounting, business administration or related field; MBA preferred
- At least 15 years of experience, including management experience, in finance/accounting
- Nonprofit experience strongly preferred
- Solid working knowledge of applicable federal and state regulations and GAAP
- Experience working with standard accounting software packages
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
Beck Institute offers a competitive and comprehensive benefits package which may include: Medical, Dental and Vision insurance (100% employer-sponsored and at no cost to the employee); Flexible Spending Accounts for healthcare and/or dependent care expenses; Life, AD&D insurance, and Short Term Disability insurance; 401K Retirement Plan with company contribution; generous PTO and Company Holidays; Tuition Reimbursement; Professional Development; Employee Assistance Program.
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
Please forward a current resume and letter of interest to:
Alicia DiCola Warner, Operations Coordinator