LOCATION: BGCSC Administration Office, Everett
SALARY: TBD Based on qualifications & experience.
BENEFITS: Medical, Dental, Group Life & Disability Insurance, 8 Paid Holidays,
Vacation/Sick Leave, Company provided Retirement Plan.
The Finance Director for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County (A Non-Profit Organization) is responsible for the effective planning, execution, and oversight of all financial and fiscal management of company operations. This position provides strategic leadership for the company and coordination in the administrative, business planning, accounting, and budgeting efforts. The Director will work collaboratively with the Executive Director and senior management team to establish long and short range goals, business plans, and fiscal policies. The Finance Director reports to the Executive Director.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
- Establish and implement policies and procedures for all financial management functions, ensuring appropriate controls and compliance with generally accepted accounting practices.
- Supervise the daily processing of all accounting activity, posting all entries into the General Ledger; ensure that all entries are properly recorded between Snohomish County and non-Snohomish county clubs.
- Manage preparation of the annual budget for all twenty-two clubs. Consolidate for presentation to Finance Committee.
- Prepare monthly and year- end financial reports for all Unit Directors and the Finance Committee, including balance sheets, income statements, and financial narratives.
- Prepare individual and consolidated financial reports for all fourteen Snohomish County clubs.
- Prepare individual financial reports for all eight non Snohomish County clubs. Ensure that all non-Snohomish County clubs are financially viable on their own.
- Prepare consolidated reports for all twenty-two clubs.
- Monitor and control actual expenditures against the budget, for the organization and by individual club. Alert Leadership Team to areas of concern and opportunities for improvement.
- Prepare specialized financial analyses as needed, such as childcare, summer camp, sports, etc.
- Prepare pro forma budget analyses for new clubs; prepare specialized budgets for tribal clubs.
- Reconcile and analyze all bank and other balance sheet accounts monthly.
- Manage annual audit and coordination with outside auditors. Manage preparation of all audit schedules for audited financial statements and Form 990.
- Manage employee benefit programs (with the HR Department) and liability insurance policies.
- Prepare financial analyses for grant proposals as needed.
- Monitor cash flow to ensure it meets the organization’s needs.
- Manage all nine bank accounts and interbank transfers.
- Supervise administration of OJP, Ripken, TRAIL and other grant reports.
- Oversee and have a working knowledge of all duties of other staff within the Finance Department, including payroll, payables, receivables, and federal grant budgeting and reporting.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in accounting, finance or business administration.
- A minimum five years of progressively responsible work experience managing accounting functions, preferably in a non- profit organization; thorough knowledge of accounting and budgeting practices.
- Strong organization and analytical skills, with great attention to detail and accuracy.
- Highly proficient with Accounting and Payroll Software; experience with Abila MIP a plus.
- Strong IT and Microsoft Excel skills.
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
The information presented indicates the general nature of work and level of work expected of the employee. It is not designed to contain, or be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of the employee for this job.
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