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Director of Finance

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POSITION SUMMARY:

The Director of Finance reports to the Executive Director (ED) and is responsible for CAAS’ overall financial management and records. The Director works with the ED to ensure the function and financial strength and stability of the organization. The Director is responsible for ensuring CAAS finances are managed and maintained consistent with the financial standards set by the organization and generally accepted accounting principles in the United States, and for ensuring that the requirements of donors, funders and contracting agencies are met. The Director is a member of executive leadership and works closely with program heads and HR.


ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

•         Work with the ED, Treasurer and Finance committee to identify financial performance goals, and to establish and maintain systems to monitor performance against those goals; prepare reports for the ED and Directors; attend Board of Directors meetings.

•         Plan, implement and evaluate CAAS’s financial management systems and activities.

•         Maintain general ledger, accounts payable and receivable and fixed assets; reconcile accounts, prepare trial balance, cash flow analysis, financial statements, quarterly and other reports as required.

•         Prepare government grant invoices and drawdowns.

•         Prepare, analyze and monitor program and agency budgets in conjunction with the ED and Program Directors.

•         Promote sound fiscal practices and leadership for operations, cost-effective buying practices, and timely and thorough internal and external financial reporting and compliance.

•         Develop, document, implement, monitor, and update as necessary best practice nonprofit fund accounting procedures and practices for CAAS.

•         Plan, direct, coordinate, implement and evaluate the fiscal performance review of CAAS Programs and ensure compliance with grants, contracts, internal budgets, tax credit requirements and internal economic performance standards

•         Coordinate and manage annual audit with firm selected by Board of Directors.

•         Monitor cash management practices and investments associated with each Program.

•         Monitor effects of changes in public laws, regulations and programs, risk management, contracts with third parties, and reporting requirements for CAAS’ fiscal operations.

•         Oversee purchase and deployment of office equipment; review responses to RFP’s; manage vendor relationships; ensure staff training as necessary. Maintain inventory of portable equipment and ensure secure use of portable equipment. Manage equipment disposal in compliance with Head Start requirements.

•         Supervise payroll processing and ensure appropriate budgetary allocations; manage relationship with payroll vendor.

•         Oversee fixed assets, inventory, document retention and disposal schedule, and maintain record keeping security systems.

•         Review and document processes, and, where appropriate, recommend changes to internal systems.

•         Participate as a member of the senior management team in the planning and decision making processes of the agency. 

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:

•         Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business, fiscal management, or a related field; Master’s preferred.

•         Five - seven years’ relevant experience.[1] 

•         Working [2] knowledge of non-profit organization accounting procedures and generally accepted accounting principles in the United States of America.

•         Ability to develop, maintain and produce all aspects of financial and non-financial statements and reports for a non-profit organization and accepted practices and disciplines regarding unrestricted, temporarily restricted, and restricted funds.

•         Demonstrated knowledge of business and non-profit administration practices and procedures.

•         Experience in budgeting, budget analysis, general ledger, payroll, and benefits administration.

•         Knowledge of federal and state employment regulations, programs, and practices.

•         Experience managing contractual agreements and grants.

•         Experience administering federal grants required; experience with Head Start and Community Services Block Grant programs a plus.

•         Strong oral and written communication skills.

•         Demonstrated initiative and problem-solving skills.

•         Excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with agency staff, board members, funders, contracting agencies, consultants, outside contractors and the general public.

•         Computer skills, including Microsoft Office, Google and QuickBooks.


CAAS welcomes diversity and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.


POSITION SUMMARY:

The Director of Finance reports to the Executive Director (ED) and is responsible for CAAS’ overall financial management and records. The Director works with the ED to ensure the function and financial strength and…

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  • Flexibilidad
    A Tiempo Completo
  • Educación
    Licenciatura
  • Nivel de Experiencia
    Intermedio
Salario
USD $120.000 - USD $140.000
/ año

Compensación

20 vacation days, 14 holidays, sick time, 403(b) with company contributions

20 vacation days, 14 holidays, sick time, 403(b) with company contributions

Ubicación

Temporalmente A Distancia
El trabajo se puede realizar en o cerca de Somerville, MA
Ubicación Asociada
66-70 Union Square, #104, Somerville, MA 02143, United States

Cómo aplicar

Please send cover letters with resumes.

Please send cover letters with resumes.

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