The Director – Finance assists the Executive Director, Associate Director and Sr. Director - Operations in the execution of finance functions as established in the Financial Control Manuals and as directed by the agency’s management. The agency has a $3.5 Million budget – with ten programs and over 75 funding streams in these categories: Government, Foundation, Corporate, Fees for Service and others.
The Director - Finance is responsible for all of JARC accounting and finance activities with the organization, as well as audit and financial compliance; in this capacity, the Director – Finance supervises one FTE. The Director -Finance is also responsible for all JARC-Baltimore accounting and finance activities, as well as audit and finance compliance and any other responsibilities as outlined in the management agreement between JARC and JARC-Baltimore.
Supervise and execute billing, recording and collections of accounts receivables.
Supervise and execute accounts payables, accurately maintaining all invoices and recordkeeping. Issue 1099’s at year end.
Monthly general journal entries to record payroll, depreciation, and other necessary entries.
Assist ED and AD with program and agency annual budgets.
Monthly complete all assigned vouchers and review organizational wide vouchers for accuracy.
Participate in Board of Director and Finance Committee meetings.
Prepare annual audit schedules and responsible for successful audit results.
Calculate cost allocations of personnel, occupancy and other indirect cost.
Provide monthly Finance Committee reports – Cash Flow, Budget Variance, etc.
Prepares government and foundation budget documents with Development Director and Program Directors. Assist with grant applications and reporting to funders.
Supervise the monthly bank reconciliation.
Coordinate with the Executive Director, Associate Director and Sr. Director – Operations to update financial controls manual for board approval annually.
Other duties as assigned.
Create and manage JARC’s operating budget with Sr. Director – Operations and the Associate Director of Programs.
Key role in replication and geographic expansion of JARC programs regionally and nationally.
Work with Development team to develop grant budgets and create reports for funders.
Play lead role in monthly Finance Committee meetings.
Participates on Management Team.
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A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or 5 years of non-profit and/or business experience. CPA preferred.
Thorough knowledge and experience applying non-profit accounting principles and systems through financial statement preparation.
Proficiency with accounting software (especially Quick Books) and Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Word.
Strong organizational skills including the ability to effectively prioritize task and meet deadlines in a fast paced environment.
Ability to communicate effectively with customers, vendors, and employees at all levels of the organization.
Professionalism, flexibility, good judgment and commitment to teamwork.
Experience with WIA/WIOA grant requirements a plus.
Salary: $50,000 – $70,000 depending on experience
Benefits include: Medical, Dental, Life, L-T Disability, Paid Holidays, and Paid Time Off
JARC MissionThe Jane Addams Resource Corporation (JARC) promotes strong communities, businesses and households to ensure that people who work do not live in poverty.JARC provides high quality skills training and support services to help lower-income and unemployed workers achieve self-sufficiency. JARC provides economic and workforce development to businesses to improve their competitiveness. [Adopted 2004]