Our Controller will be responsible for day-to-day accounting,
will oversee staff, reporting, budget, billing, grants and
financial management. Controller will establish, develop and
maintain internal controls and new financial processing systems.
Work with management team, serving as a resource to help reduce
costs, enhance program revenues, and achieve effective utilization,
quality goals and objectives. Controller will report to the Chief
Financial Officer (CFO) and will supervise 5-10 accounting
Our Controller position is not a work-from-home opportunity.
• Directly participate in key initiatives and strategies to
continually improve the quality and level of program services
• Supervise the processing of all accounts payable and
receivable transactions, billing, cash receipts, payroll,
reconciliations, financial grant reporting
• Prepare monthly reports for the CFO.
• Implement and maintain an internal control system that
continuously monitors critical areas of financial control,
identifies problems and implements corrective action.
• Oversee activities of independent auditors and the preparation
of the annual financial statements, form 990 tax filings and other
• Collaborate with CFO, and other department heads to develop a
formal budgeting process.
• Provide regular feedback and direction to senior staff, and
program managers regarding budgetary status.
• Develop and implement a continuous financial training program
for staff at all levels of the organization.
• Master's degree (preferred) from an accredited university in
finance, business administration, or accounting required with a
minimum of 10 years of progressive professional accounting
experience. CPA strongly preferred, although an MBA may be
Required Knowledge and Skills
• A strong understanding of finance and accounting practices,
with grants management experience.
• Mastery of finance, accounting, budgeting, and cost control
principles including thorough understanding of generally accepted
accounting principles (GAAP), internal controls, financial
reporting and audit preparation.
• Demonstrates strong interpersonal skills and an ability to
work well with a diversified workforce.
• Familiarity with specialized nonprofit industry accounting
practices, reporting requirements and procedures.
• Enjoy mentoring executive and management team colleagues on
financial and compliance matters. Interpersonal communication
skills (verbal and written) are critical to this position.
• Must have the highest integrity, be diplomatic, analytical,
and possess sound judgment.
• Requires the ability to sit, walk, bend and lift occasionally
(up to 10-15 lbs.).
We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and are
committed to equal opportunities for all applicants and employees
without regard to ability, age, ancestry, color, cultural
background, faith/religion, gender, gender identity, gender
expression, genetics, income, marital status, national origin,
political belief/affiliation, pregnancy, race, sex, sexual
orientation, veteran status, or any other characteristics.
We are taking a responsible approach to creating environments
that allow us to do what we do best- serve our clients, children
and families. As part of our commitment to health and safety, all
new hires must be fully vaccinated prior to their start date.
*Please note, a candidate is considered fully vaccinated if the
• 2 weeks after the second dose in a 2-dose vaccination series,
such as the Pfizer or Moderna Vaccines, OR
• 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson &
Johnson’s Janssen Vaccine
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