ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION, Technology Review-Solve, to play a key role in the overall administration of Solve, including all accounting, finance, reporting, budget, human resources (HR), IT, and operations. Will manage multiple competing priorities and work collaboratively with Solve and MIT colleagues, including senior leadership. Responsibilities will include policy and procedure development; contract administration in compliance and collaboration with MIT's Office of General Counsel and Solve senior leadership; managing space and facilities; oversight of IT support provided by MIT; oversight of all budgeting, accounting, financials, and reporting; tracking and maintaining funding and membership information; overseeing HR activities and administration including developing recruitment strategies and process, employee development, employee relations, and conducting performance evaluations; guiding communication directions; and serving as database administrator (Salesforce).
This is an exciting opportunity for an individual who is not afraid to roll up their sleeves and help build a movement to address the biggest issues of our time.
REQUIRED: bachelor's degree (MBA or master's a plus) in finance, business or relevant field; at least six years' finance, accounting, and administration experience, preferably in a nonprofit environment; excellent financial and financial reporting skills; experience working on complex HR issues and recruiting top talent; experience with Salesforce or similar database; strong organizational skills; attention to detail; excellent communication and presentation skills; experience with and ability to manage multiple and sometimes competing priorities and meet deadlines; ability to build networks and relationships with a wide range of stakeholders; and discretion with confidential information/issues. Seek a strategic thinker who can execute tactically in a in a fast-paced, start-up environment. MIT experience highly preferred. Job #15224-P
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