Analyzes, records and reports the financial condition of the agency to the President & CEO and Board of Directors. Responsible for the smooth and efficient operation of ABC’s finances. Responsible for implementing internal controls, budgeting, cash flow and investments. Responsible for computer systems implementation and maintenance. Oversees facilities and fixed asset management and agency coordinated purchasing services. Oversees risk management activities. Provides the same services to the ABC Foundation and other affiliates and subsidiaries of the agency.
Commitment mission, vision and values of Action for a Better Community.
Minimum of five – ten years senior executive financial management experience in a $20 million plus non-profit, advocacy and/or public policy oriented organization, government entity, or business, focused on underserved, diverse, moderate or low-income communities.
Knowledge and at least 7 years experience of federal grants management and regulations for non-profit organizations.
Awareness of current business, legal, and financial issues, specifically as it relates to Federal Funding.
Experience with human services non-profit operations with multiple funding sources.
Must be highly organized.
Good verbal and written communication skills.
CPA or an advanced degree in public policy, public administration, non-profit management, finance, business administration, and requisite experience.
The above description covers the principle functions of the job. It is not intended to be a complete listing of all the miscellaneous incidental or substantially similar duties, which may be assigned during normal or emergency operations.
REQUIRED FOR CONSIDERATION:
Resume, Cover Letter, 3 professional and 2 personal References
About Action for a Better Community, Inc.
About Action for the A Better Community
Action for a Better Community (ABC) is one of nearly 1,000 nationally recognized Community Action Agencies (CAA), originally established under the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 to fight America’s war on poverty. Offering services in Monroe and Ontario counties, ABC annually serves over eight thousand customers offering an array of programs and services in the area of employment, early childhood education, youth services, adult education services, health services, community development and energy conservation. ABC’s mission is to promote and provide opportunities for low-income individuals and families to become self-sufficient.
ABC has a twenty-one member board with equal representation from the community’s public, private and consumer sectors. Over 375 staff members and a host of volunteers provide services through ABC’s nine locations that are easily accessible throughout the City of Rochester. ABC has contracts with Catholic Charities of the Finger Lakes and PathStone to provide community action services in Ontario County. ABC also has several other delegate and partner contracts, and a wide range of other partnerships.