A Cleveland Ohio based nonprofit organization is interested in hiring a full-time Director of Finance & Administration to oversee the financial, human resources and administrative functions of the organization to drive our growth strategy and planning.
We’re looking for someone who will be a strategic thought-partner and participative manager to support finance and business planning, budgeting, human resources, and administration services. This is a tremendous opportunity for a finance and operations leader.
We are looking for a financial and administrative leader to support the organization in financial stewardship, planning and forecasting, risk management and human resources functions. This position’s purpose is to build our capacity to manage our finances as we grow, and financial complexity. The ideal candidate will have five to eight years of broad financial and operations management experience, including financial reporting, forecasting, and trending. The position requires a firm understanding of the financial management of temporarily restricted and restricted grants and strong strategic and analytical skills. This position presents a growth opportunity for the right candidate.
Advising the Executive Director to develop short, medium, and long-term financial plans and forecasts; Directing the preparation of the annual operating budget and evaluating the financial impact.
Managing organizational cash flow and forecasting; Overseeing all accounts, ledgers, and reporting systems, ensuring compliance with appropriate Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, regulatory requirements, and maintaining internal controls.
Implementing contract management and financial management reporting systems.
Ensuring the organization monitors and reports on organizational risk and risks are appropriately mitigated.
Overseeing the independent audit.
Managing human resources functions, including payroll and reporting, personnel records, and benefits.
Presiding over administrative projects, including organizational insurance and facility contracts.
At least six to eight years of overall professional experience; ideally years of broad financial and operations management experience, including financial reporting, forecasting, and trending.
Must be proficient with QuickBooks.
5-10 percent travel for major meetings and programs.
A proactive leader with evidence of having developed short, medium, and long-term financial plans and forecasts. If coming from the for-profit world, nonprofit board experience is preferred.
Strong analytical skills and experience interpreting a strategic vision into an operational model.
Deep understanding of and experience with audits.
Must have a proven track record in financial management for foundation grants.
Has the ability to understand, develop, maintain and communicate the Human Resource functions of the organization and has preferably overseen a human resources function previously.
Remains current on nonprofit best practices, including state and federal law regarding nonprofit operations.
An effective communicator and collaborator at all levels in the organization, with strong oral and written skills and a willingness to share information.
Desirable skills and education:
A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Accounting.
CAE preferred, not required.
Expertise of GAAP financial and accounting principles.
Knowledge of G Suite (Google Spreadsheets), Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel
Intermediate level expertise with Microsoft Office products (Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook), automated accounting software (preferably QuickBooks) and payroll software.
Familiarity with nonprofit membership databases preferred, but not required.
Full Time Benefits: Health, Dental, Vision, Hospitalization, Disability, Group Life and 401K
Relocation: Not included
Reports To: Executive Director
Temporary remote working arrangements due to COVID-19