Job Opportunity: Finance Director
The Health and Human Resource Education Center (HHREC) seeks a Finance Director with proven experience managing government contracts and prior work in fiscal departments. The successful candidate will have a passion for getting things done and a passion for details.
HHREC is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit located in Alameda County in the uptown Oakland area. It currently has 9 staff and provides prevention and early intervention services for mental health and substance use disorders. The agency has 5 core programs. HHREC works with a wide variety of vendors, provides fiscal sponsorships and convenes conferences and annual events to accomplish its mission.
Reports to Executive Director
Process all daily accounting, including but not limited to, cash reconciliations, check runs, payroll, accounts payable and receivable transactions, debit and credit card activities.
Prepare invoices, maintain petty cash, performs monthly bank reconciliations.
Perform duties for internal bookkeeping and as payroll administrator.
Review all payables for accuracy and back up documentation. Assure that correct program allocations are assigned.
Maintain timely communication channels with finance staff of agency’s funders.
Coordinate, analyze and report the financial performance to the Executive Director, Management staff and Board of Directors (financial performance, projections and other special projects as required).
Prepares short and long-term financial forecasts of financial performance for use with internal management and external parties.
Oversee audit and tax functions, coordinate activities with outside audit and tax preparation firms.
Develop, implement and maintain accounting and administrative policies and procedures for a wide-ranging set of activities including financial accounting and reporting, employee relations (hiring/terminating policies) and other agency policies.
Proficiency in all aspects of accounting and all pertinent GAAP.
Responsible for all human resource activities including employee benefits, health insurance and related activities.
Five years experience with non-profit accounting systems receiving government funds and in providing accounting services. A college degree is highly desirable.
Possess analytical thinking skills, outstanding written and verbal skills
Demonstrated evidence of successfully guiding an outside audit for a non-profit organization.
Knowledge of generally accounting procedures and 3 years prior experience working with Quick Books accounting software. Experience with online Quick Books is preferable.
An understanding of federal and state guidelines for employee benefits.
Ability to effectively manage overall agency budget that includes forecasting expenses.
Knowledge of county related health systems and resources. Familiarity with publicly and privately funded provider networks.
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite for Mac OS X, Quick Books, Excel, online insurance portals. Ability to provide financial charts and graphs.
Possess independent “self-starter” skills and the abilitytoprioritize tasksand consistently meet deadlines.
Clean Driving Record and a valid Driver’s License.
Ability to create a welcoming environment and using non-stigmatizing language.
Demonstrates the ability to be comfortable when interacting with a diverse demographic with respect to ethnicity, gender, age, physical ability, sexual orientation, and mental health needs.
This is a 40 hour per week full time management position offering health benefits including dental and vision. The annual salary is between 60k - 65k (depending on experience) and includes vacation and sick time. Applicants will be asked to take an online accounting test prior to interview. A resume and cover letter may be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for applications is June 15,2018. Questions will only be accepted by email.