Do you love working with numbers and have a passion for managing finances in effective and innovative ways to drive an organization's mission? Do you want to work at a job where you're making a positive difference in the world? Then join the United Philanthropy Forum team!
Reporting to the CEO, the Finance Manager is responsible for the Forum’s accounting and bookkeeping functions. Following generally accepted accounting practices, the Finance Manager ensures that the Forum’s finances are accurately and correctly reported, up-to-date, and available to support management decisions. In addition to daily financial operations, the Finance Manager is also responsible for preparing monthly financial reports, coordinating preparation of the annual budget and quarterly forecasts. The Finance Manager is responsible for preparing the Forum’s year-end financial statements, preparing required financial schedules and documentation for the annual audit, including the 990 and tax filings.
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BA in accounting and a minimum of two years accounting experience OR High school diploma and a minimum of three years full-charge bookkeeping experience. Direct responsibility for the budget process, monthly financial reporting, and annual audit.
Solid, ethical accounting skills including clear grasp of generally accepted accounting practices.
Proficiency with current office technology, including advanced skills in Microsoft Excel, and demonstrated competency in Microsoft Word and Outlook.
Ability to organize and prioritize tasks and manage time for optimal productivity.
Ability to manage multiple tasks and adjust to changing priorities.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to use technology effectively and to adapt quickly to the use of new technology.
Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to and passion for the Forum’s mission.
Knowledge of nonprofit accounting.
Experience with QuickBooks accounting software.
Work in a nonprofit or association setting.
Human resource administration experience.
Additional Salary Information: This is a regular part-time position working 18.75 hours/week (0.5 FTE). Salary starts in the mid-30s, commensurate with experience, with a competitive pro-rated benefits package including health coverage and a retirement plan.
United Philanthropy Forum is the largest network serving philanthropy in America. The Forum’s current membership of 65 regional and national philanthropy-serving organizations, representing more than 7,000 foundations and other philanthropies, work together to advance, inform and support philanthropy. With deep regional roots and a broad nationwide reach, the Forum unites a diverse network to lead change and increase impact in philanthropy.