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Director of Finance/Controller
Posted on Jan 24
The Director of Finance/Controller is responsible for leading day-to-day management and operations for Non-Profit accounting activities and provides financial oversight and reporting to the various business divisions.
Essential Duties and Functions:
Responsible for financial reporting, planning, and record-keeping. Oversee all accounts, ledgers and reporting systems, ensuring compliance with appropriate accounting standards and principles, regulatory requirements.
Maintain relationship with outside auditor and prepare all schedules and materials for annual audit
Oversee financial system systems implementations and upgrades
Maintain internal control and reporting systems
Oversee Revenue Recognition, Payroll, Accounts Receivables, Billing, Accounts Payable and General Ledger Accounting for all programs
Manage cash flow and forecasting. Develop a reliable cash flow projection process and reporting mechanism that includes minimum cash threshold to meet operating needs.
Optimize the handling of banking relationships to initiate appropriate strategies to enhance cash positions
Coordinate, analyze, and interpret trends of accounting information and business activities
Provide management oversight of designated accounts, including Gift Donations, Grants, and Bequests
Review and approve responsible accounts, journal entries, adjustments, accruals
Perform analyses and estimate major revenue and cost of revenue reserves and allowances
Ensure financial reports are constructed monthly and presented to relevant stakeholders within the business. Ensure queries are addressed appropriately and efficiently
Ensure external financial reporting requirements and commitments to the public and other stakeholders are adhered to within appropriate timeframes (quarterly and/or annually).
Ensure financial information is presented accurately and efficiently
Evaluate, develop and implement effective, efficient and up-to-date administrative systems and processes to best serve the organizations needs.
Establish, maintain, and monitor cash control systems for the organization.
Coordinate Finance Committee meetings of the Board of Directors. Working with the Co-President and committee chair, prepare and present materials and reports for each meeting as needed.
Work closely with senior staff to assist them in being effective as possible in program financial management, program budgeting and related activities.
As a member of the senior management team, participate in organization-wide strategic planning and implementation.
Provide oversight for the hiring, orientation and training of finance department staff
Provide leadership and direction to the department staff, set long- and short-term goals, develop action plans, and provide performance reviews.
Educate managers in different department
Keep staff members informed on Society wide announcements, policies, and protocols
, Vision and Values
Thoroughly understand the Society’s mission and all of its programs; serve as an enthusiastic, effective advocate of these programs internally and throughout the community.
Practice and promote the humane treatment of animals
Provide quality customer service to clients, volunteers, and staff while actively promoting our mission, services, programs and events.
Promote donation and giving opportunities as appropriate.
Attend various special events, promotions, and community functions as a representative of the SF SPCA as requested.
Work cooperatively with all volunteers and recognize the talent and commitment they bring to the Society.
Ensure a safe work environment; following all safety guidelines and modeling safe work practices.
Take immediate action to address any safety concerns that could put a staff member, volunteer, client, animal, or the organization at risk.
Physical Requirements and Work Environment:
Work is performed in an office setting within an animal shelter and care facility
Regularly sits at a computer station, repetitively enters transactions 7 hours per day
Typically stands, bends, stoops, and crouches while filing documents manually
Frequently lifts, carries and positions objects weighing up to 30 lbs when moving supplies and records
Regularly moves about the campus to coordinate work
Occasional weekend and evening work
Consistently exposed to animals and animal allergens under conditions with limited alternatives available
Reporting Relationships and Contacts:
Reports to CFO
Finance Manager and Payroll Specialist report to this position
Education and Experience
Seven plus years of accounting experience with progressive management responsibility
Certified Public Accountant with nonprofit and/or healthcare experience a plus
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Commitment to the mission, values, goals, and success of the Non-Profit
Demonstrated success in managing a diverse team of professionals and successful at facilitating collaboration and achieving goals
Successful experience in coordinating multiple projects; able to organize time efficiently and meet deadlines
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Strong technological aptitude, particularly Microsoft Office expertise, NetSuite experience a plus.
Knowledge of financial processes, procedures, and systems
Thorough knowledge of general accounting and the application of general accounting theory
Ability to analyze and recommend solutions to complex accounting issues with a minimum of supervision
Have a working knowledge of non-profit accounting and FASB accounting rules (cost accounting and decision support analytical tools)
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