The Director of Finance and Administration oversees the Finance and Human Resources functions of the association. Working closely with the Executive Director, this position’s responsibilities include directing and managing finances, operations, human resources and administration to support the association’s strategic goals. The Director of Finance and Administration also oversees day to day office administration needs. This position also supervises the Coordinator for Administrative Support.
Financial & Systems Administration
• Prepares monthly financial reports, bank reconciliations and investment reports for Executive Director and Board’s review.
• Analyzes and presents financial reports in an accurate and timely manner; clearly communicates monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements; collates financial reporting materials for all the Association’s segments, and oversees all financial, project/program accounting.
• Oversees and leads annual budgeting and planning process in conjunction with the Executive Director; administers and reviews all financial plans and budgets; monitors progress and changes; and keeps the Executive Director and Executive Board abreast of the organization’s financial status.
• Ensures the adequacy of accounting practices and policies, the handling of funds, internal controls, and reporting standards.
• Works with the Executive Director, Staff, Finance and Budget Committee and Executive Board to prepare the association’s Annual Budget Guidelines and Annual Budget.
• Coordinates and oversees the annual audit, including preparation of various supporting schedules and supporting data as required by the outside auditors.
• Directs the Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, and General Ledger activities.
Human Resources and Administration
• Administers the Association's compensation program as approved by the Executive Director, advises in the area of wage, salary, and benefits administration, and proposes recommendations regarding trends and compliance.
• Administers employees’ payroll and benefits programs including group insurance , retirement plan, and transit program.
• Prepares information reports to staff regarding benefits, sick leave and vacation accruals.
• Maintains personnel files as required by law.
• Performing other duties as assigned.
• Bachelor's degree or higher in Accounting or Business, CPA preferred.
• Solid knowledge of non-profit, professional organizations.
• At least seven to 10 years of overall professional experience; ideally six-plus years of broad financial and operations management experience.
• High level of proficiency in accounting and reporting software, including Financial Edge, Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, Word).
• Excellent communication, presentation and relationship building skills with an ability to prioritize, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders.
• Strong knowledge of general Human Resource/Finance functions such as group health benefits, expense processes, etc.
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