Title: Finance Director
Status: Non-Exempt, At-Will
Annual salary: $75,000-$95,000, DOE
Reports to: Finance Director
Status: Salaried Position, Full-time Exempt, At-will, 100% FTE
The Finance Director is responsible for the management of the corporation’s fiscal systems and for the provision of timely and accurate monthly financial statements to the Board of Directors. S/he also functions as the corporation’s human resource officer and is responsible for various administrative duties.
Provide to the Board of Directors monthly financial statements, completed in accordance with Generally Acceptable Accounting Principles;
Develop the corporation’s annual budget and provide appropriate documentation supporting projected expenditures and revenue; prepare and present to the Board of Directors a monthly cash flow analysis and an analysis of budgeted to actual monthly revenue and expenses;
Monitor grant and contract expenditures to ensure these are in accordance with approved budgets and other contractual requirements;
Develop or improve the organization’s administrative systems to ensure the proper filing of financial and administrative documents; maintain personnel files; manage insurance and fringe benefits programs and claims; complete other administrative duties as assigned;
Supervise and evaluate fiscal and administrative support staff; ensure compliance with the corporation’s administrative and financial policies and procedures;
Submit timely and accurate payment requests to grantors and produce buyers in order to avoid delayed payments and cash-flow shortages;
Process payroll, receivables, deposits; track farmer and vendor payments;
Maintain ownership, repair and, maintenance records on the corporation’s physical assets such as office furniture and machines, farm equipment, vehicles, etc.
Complete requisite financial reports to all public and private grantors;
Prepare for and provide all requested information and documents to the corporation’s independent accountants to ensure timely completion of the annual audit and tax filings;
Maintain correspondence and positive relationships with grantors, vendors, farmers, and contractors;
Maintain human resource records, administer benefits, and retirement plan;
Bachelor’s degree in accounting or financial management with at least three years’ experience as an accountant in non-profit and/or business management; knowledge of budget planning and development; ability to complete cash flow proforma projections; non-profit fund accounting preferred; knowledge of QuickBooks; bilingual English-Spanish is preferred.
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