$100K — $150K *
The Controller for our not-for-profit organization is responsible for day-to-day accounting, overseeing staff, reporting, budget, billing, grant and financial management. The Controller establishes, develops and maintains internal controls and new financial processing systems. Works with management team, serving as a resource to help reduce costs, enhance program revenues, and achieve effective utilization, quality goals and objectives. Controller reports to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and supervises 5-10 accounting staff.
The Controller position is not a work-from-home opportunity.
- Directly participate in key initiatives and strategies to continually improve the quality and level of program services provided.
- Supervise the processing of all accounts payable and receivable transactions, billing, cash receipts, payroll, reconciliations, financial grant reporting
- Prepare monthly reports for the CFO.
- Implement and maintain an internal control system that continuously monitors critical areas of financial control, identifies problems and implements corrective action.
- Oversee activities of independent auditors and the preparation of the annual financial statements, form 990 tax filings and other regulatory and grant reporting.
- Collaborate with CFO, and other department heads to develop a formal budgeting process.
- Provide regular feedback and direction to senior staff, and program managers regarding budgetary status.
- Develop and implement a continuous financial training program for staff at all levels of the organization.
- Master's degree (preferred) from an accredited university in finance, business administration, or accounting required with a minimum of 10 years of progressive professional accounting experience. CPA strongly preferred, although an MBA may be considered.
Required Knowledge and Skills
- A strong understanding of finance and non-for-profit accounting practices, with grant accounting and grant management experience.
- Mastery of finance, accounting, budgeting, grant accounting and cost control principles including thorough understanding of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), internal controls, financial reporting and audit preparation.
- Demonstrates strong interpersonal skills and an ability to work well with a diversified workforce.
- Experience with specialized nonprofit industry accounting practices, reporting requirements and procedures.
- Enjoy mentoring executive and management team colleagues on financial and compliance matters. Interpersonal communication skills (verbal and written) are critical to this position.
- Must have the highest integrity, be diplomatic, analytical, and possess sound judgment.
- Requires the ability to sit, walk, bend and lift occasionally (up to 10-15 lbs.).
We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and are committed to equal opportunities for all applicants and employees without regard to ability, age, ancestry, color, cultural background, faith/religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetics, income, marital status, national origin, political belief/affiliation, pregnancy, race, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other characteristics.
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Valid through: 1/29/2022