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Director of Finance and Operations

Posted: 09/19/2023

As a member of the organization’s management team, the Director of Finance and Operations participates in strategic planning and the development of policies, procedures, and processes to improve the effectiveness, efficiency, and overall performance of the organization to ensure that the nonprofit organization can successfully fulfill its mission.
This is an Exempt position that requires in-office work, Monday – Friday.
The Director of Finance and Operations will also:
• Supervise staff and vendors who support the organization in the areas of finance, operations and human resources (HR)
• Ensure fiscal operations are carried out efficiently and in compliance with organizational and board policies and procedures; develop the annual budget; responsible for functions related to accounts payable and account receivable; review financial reports; provide accurate and timely financial data and analysis to the leadership team and Board of Directors; track and monitor income, expenses and the operating budget; coordinate employee payroll and benefits
• Effectively communicate and present financial and operational matters to the Executive Director; leadership team, and Board of Directors
• Assure compliance with fiscal, tax, insurance, and accounting policies and procedures: prepare annual state reports, correspond with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and coordinate the preparation of the annual IRS Form 990 filing and financial audits by outside accountants
September 2023
• Oversee human resources including the onboarding and offboarding of employees, employee benefits analysis and implementation, job description maintenance, development of HR policies, development and maintenance of the Employee Handbook, and serve as the lead contact for HR-related matters
• Assist the Executive Director with organization management as needed, such as governance and the development, documentation and implementation of organizational and board policies
• Serves as a secondary liaison to the Board of Directors
• Spearhead projects at the direction of the Executive Director
• Serves as the organizational leader in the absence of the executive director
• BA or BS degree in Accounting, Business or related field
• A minimum of three-five years’ experience in a similar position (administrative, office and/or project management)
• High level of proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
• Excellent interpersonal, organizational, written, and verbal communication skills
• Strategic thinking capacity with attention to detail
• Strong leadership qualities
• Exceptional budgeting and monitoring skills
• A pleasant, polished, can-do attitude
• Ability to effectively prioritize workload
• Must have a valid VA driver’s license and insured vehicle
• Accounting software experience is a must-have