Finance Director/Controller -- Nonprofit
Fort Mason Center, a San Francisco-nonprofit organization, seeks an expert accounting professional, motivated, experienced and service-oriented, for the position of Finance Director/Controller. The Finance Director/Controller provides leadership in accounting, financial reporting, human resources, and internal control functions. In addition to overseeing disbursements, receipts, invoicing, payroll, and standard bookkeeping procedures, the Finance Director/Controller also supports the budgeting process and forecasting, and implements new fiscal policies and procedures.
- Analyze financial data and present financial reports to the Board of Trustees, the Board Finance Committee, and the staff management team in an accurate and timely manner
- Develop and communicate monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements
- Ensure effective financial/accounting policies and processes, developing finance and administrative systems to support program operations as needed
- Manage annual audit, generation of financial statements, and timely submission of legally required filings and tax documents
- Supervise day-to-day accounts payable/receivable, payroll, and cash management; ensure costs are allocated to appropriate cost centers
- Coordinate and manage all banking relationships, online banking activity, and oversee cash management.
Budgeting & Forecasting
- Oversee and lead the annual budgeting and planning process
- Administer and review all financial plans and budgets, acting as a project lead for integration and formatting
- Monitor financial performance progress and changes relative to budget with a view to identify, explain, and correct variances as appropriate; keep management team abreast of the organization’s financial status.
- Oversee HR recruiting efforts and assist in preparing hiring and on-boarding documents
- Establish and manage employee benefit programs
- Ensure compliance with all labor laws.
Qualifications, Education, and/or Experience
- BS or equivalent in Accounting/Finance
- 10 years of professional experience in a complex and sophisticated financial environment, including responsibility for general accounting; financial planning and management; financial statements and audits; budget management; financial systems
- Solid understanding of nonprofit accounting practices and GAAP
- Experience developing and supporting staff by setting expectations, effective communication, and developing a collaborative work environment
- Strong computer skills including Excel, MS Word; Solomon, FRx Financial Reporting, or Ungerboeck a plus
- Ability to interact effectively with diverse groups and cross-functionally
- Demonstrated leadership, communication, and management skills
- Prefer CPA or MBA.
- Competitive base salary
- Attractive benefits package
Interested and qualified candidates, please send a resume, with cover letter, in confidence to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fort Mason Center is an equal-opportunity employer.
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