- Posted: over a month ago
- Benefits: life insurance, medical, vision, 401k, dental,
· Bachelor’s degree in accounting or a relevant discipline
· Experience in nonprofit accounting and business management.
· Strong accounting background is required, including experience with monthly closing, general ledger account reconciliations, cash flow management, budget preparation, financial statement preparation and cost reporting.
· Excellent communication, Proven negotiation skills.
· Experienced in budget management, nonprofit accounting, and cash flow.
· Ability to understand new issues quickly and make wise decisions.
· Ability to inspire confidence and create trust.
· Working knowledge of accounting and financial practices with a minimum five years of experience in the non-profit industry including managerial experience.
· Must be proficient and maintain proficiency in computer skills to include accounting and spreadsheet programs also has a working knowledge of computer servers.
· Represent the Agency professionally with funding Agencies and in the community.
· Ability to work under pressure, plan personal workload effectively and delegate.
The Finance Director shall have the following responsibilities but is not limited:
· Responsible for review and oversight of the monthly, quarterly, and annual accounting closing process.
· Responsible for monitoring financial internal controls.
· Supervise, hire, and evaluate business department staff. Review their work and provide technical support.
· Maintain day to day business operations of the agency
· Responsible for review of monthly financial reports for the Board of Directors reporting agency expenditures, revenues, budget comparison.
· Prepare the agency budget, OP plan, the Annual State cost report, and other required financial reports.
· Prepare individual budgets for changes in individuals needs, including State URR budgets.
· Coordinate with the E-Health Records Director in evaluating appropriate funding service levels for Day program individuals (IND,SRH, MM, etc.)
· Assure compliance GAAP standards as well as all State contract and fiscal reporting requirements including Medicaid audit requirements.
· Represent the agency and serve as liaison with state and industry groups.
· Oversees the coordination of year-end audit with agency’s auditors.
· Monitors all expenditures for Workers Compensation, Unemployment, insurance, other benefits, pension plan (Union and Non-Union) with high-level decisions about policy and strategy.
· Participates in labor negotiations.
· Oversight of capital asset purchases and financing agreements, including: Capital Improvement Requests, DDS Revolving Loan Applications, CHFA Financing, DSS Rate Changes Requests.
· Responsible for insurance renewals.
· Grant writing and grant cost reporting.
· Participate in fundraising activities.
· Identify and address financial risks and opportunities for the company.
· Carries out other responsibilities and duties as required or assigned
Network, Inc. has been serving people who have developmental and physical disabilities since 1991. Network staff partner with these individuals so that they may thrive as valued and respected members of the community. Network’s tailored services treat the individual as a whole person, addressing his or her physical, emotional, educational, and social needs. We teach everything from hygiene to financial literacy. The individuals in our programs learn not only basic life skills, but how to live to their full potential and achieve their dreams.
23 US 6Andover, CT
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