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Chief Financial Officer

The Wellspring Foundation
Bethlehem, CT
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

Chief Financial Officer

Management position, reports to the CEO

The CFO oversees and manages all agency level financial, banking and accounting operations, to assure Wellspring’s financial accountability and to meet compliance requirements (including, but not limited to, audit processes, annual filings, and compliance with government laws and regulations.)

Working in tandem with and under the supervision of the CEO, the CFO provides support and services to the Finance Committee of the Board and the Board of Directors; reports monthly, quarterly and annual budget / financial information to the CEO; prepares quarterly and annual financial reports to the Board.

Functioning as an active member of management, the CFO provides support and financial expertise to the Management Team; consults and collaborates with executive, administrative, and management staff to assure efficient, effective and accurate financial information and processes; collaborates and provides support and services to Wellspring programs and staff; maintains and updates Procedure Manual for all financial activities.

The CFO provides oversight and management of agency, director and officer level insurance needs; initiates the annual budget process and supports the CEO in completing the budget process for presentation to the Board; prepares the single cost audit annually in an accurate and timely manner for agency rate setting; coordinates efforts and prepares information and reports required by the CPA for the certified public audit.

As primary supervisor of the accounting department: supervises, supports, trains and holds accountable the finance / accounting staff; assures accuracy and appropriateness of computer systems, programs and technology for finance and its ability to integrate with other software and users; provides oversight for ledger entries, accounts receivable, accounts payable, purchasing processes, contracts, payroll, all daily finance operations, and monthly and annual closings, maintaining accuracy of all items that contribute to the balance sheet. Collaborates with the Director of Human Resources for employee items such as payroll and benefits.

Functions as a liaison and acts as the agency conduit for outside relationships as needed, particularly as they relate to finance, contracts, insurance, accounting, government, and the community.

Required qualifications:

  • Master's Degree in Accounting, Business, Finance or other related field with 10 years increased responsibility and direct experience in business management leadership. Non-profit experience preferred.
  • A working knowledge and proficiency in computer, accounting and payroll software and systems including, Microsoft Dynamic Great Plains 2018, ADP-WFN, Excel, and Word.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds.

To be considered please submit a Letter of Interest and current Resume to amyl@wellspring,org. Visit our website for more information about Wellspring, and the application process.

Wellspring and the Arch Bridge School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Type: Full-time

Company Description
Wellspring’s relationally based treatment approach, combined with a highly structured and highly nurturing home-like atmosphere, provides daily living experiences of relationship with staff, peers and parents. This process promotes an emotionally and physically safe environment. The Wellspring “family” experience becomes an essential part of family therapy as parents and professionals work together in the learning and treatment process. Family involvement in the treatment process is critical. Parents and Guardians are invited in as partners in the healing process and work with the support and guidance of the Treatment Team.

Our clinical program integrates treatment in a private school environment by dovetailing therapy with college preparatory academics. The Arch Bridge School at Wellspring has received multiple commendations from the State Department of Education including praise as a comfortable, safe environment with a positive teacher-student rapport, college preparatory academics and an atmosphere of mutual respect. The resident student’s performance within the school, both academically and behaviorally, is an important measure of readiness to return home. As part of our transition and discharge process, recommendations are made to support appropriate academic placement to assure continued success educationally. Students generally return to their home school districts, private schools or move on to college placement after Wellspring.

While family therapy (including individual family sessions, multi-family group and parent support group) is a cornerstone of treatment; individual therapy, group therapies, creative expressive therapies and milieu therapies are important complements in addressing key issues.

The Wellspring Foundation

Why Work Here?
Great mission driven nonprofit therapeutic setting, small caseloads, team approach, comprehensive interactions /relationships with clients.

Wellspring’s relationally based treatment approach, combined with a highly structured and highly nurturing home-like atmosphere, provides daily living experiences of relationship with staff, peers and parents. This process promotes an emotionally and physically safe environment. The Wellspring “family” experience becomes an essential part of family therapy as parents and professionals work together in the learning and treatment process. Family involvement in the treatment process is critical. Parents and Guardians are invited in as partners in the healing process and work with the support and guidance of the Treatment Team. Our clinical program integrates treatment in a private school environment by dovetailing therapy with college preparatory academics. The Arch Bridge School at Wellspring has received multiple commendations from the State Department of Education including praise as a comfortable, safe environment with a positive teacher-student rapport, college preparatory academics and an atmosphere of mutual respect. The resident student’s performance within the school, both academically and behaviorally, is an important measure of readiness to return home. As part of our transition and discharge process, recommendations are made to support appropriate academic placement to assure continued success educationally. Students generally return to their home school districts, private schools or move on to college placement after Wellspring. While family therapy (including individual family sessions, multi-family group and parent support group) is a cornerstone of treatment; individual therapy, group therapies, creative expressive therapies and milieu therapies are important complements in addressing key issues.

Address

21 Arch Bridge Rd

Bethlehem, CT
USA

Industry

Finance and Insurance

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