Director of Finance & Administration


Date Published: 11 June 2024

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This position reports to the Office of the President of a non-profit with a great reputation and a great mission. The Director supervises accounting and administrative staff, serves as a member of the executive leadership team; and provides support to the Board of Directors.

• Financial controls, analyses, and policies as well as the budget management
• Investment oversight
• Government compliance
• Organizational policies and procedures, and facilities and information systems
• Insurance and risk management
• Human resources management, recruiting, and new employee onboarding
• Continuously oversee and improve the implementation of PFT’s financial policies and procedures, ensuring strong financial controls, accurate accounting, and the integrity of systems
• Prepare project budgets for proposals and reports to funders, including foundations and government agencies.
• Monitor financial performance and ensure timely preparation of monthly and annual financial statements in compliance with FASB and other applicable standards
• Prepare cash flow projections and manage cash.
• Maintain and implement investment policies for general assets and several special funds.
• Manage annual independent audit and program audits as necessary.
• Identify and implement cost recovery techniques and fee structures.
• Regularly review risks and ensure that risk reduction policies and procedures are in place and complied with; maintain appropriate insurance coverages.
within our resources; ensure proper management and record-keeping thereof.
• Oversee professional development for staff to enhance individual and organizational performance.
• Support interdepartmental interaction and help ensure intra-organizational coordination to enhance organizational performance.
• Prepare and administer contracts and leases.
• Ensure purchasing controls and efficiencies to achieve most economical cost and high quality acquisition of materials, services, and travel.
• Supervise selection and maintenance of information systems resources, including
computer and telecommunications hardware, software, and services.
• Administer leases and ensure maintenance and adequacy of physical facilities.
• Support management of meeting and event logistics.
• Ensure that programs have the administrative systems and support necessary to accomplish goals and objectives, within resource constraints.

• Undergraduate degree required; Master’s degree in business administration, public administration or related field is desired.
• 5+ years of progressively responsible and management experience, including at least three years of experience supervising professional and support staff.
• 5+ of relevant experience managing finances and operations in a non-
profit organization with an annual budget of more than $2 million.
• Deep knowledge and practical experience in non-profit accounting, finance, grants
management, compliance, and reporting.
• Familiarity with Financial Accounting Standards Board requirements for accounting in non-profit organizations.
• Proven organizational and prioritization skills.
• High level of discretion and integrity.
• Ability to manage and make progress on multiple projects simultaneously.
• Expert user of Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, SharePoint, OneDrive, Outlook.
• Demonstrated leadership ability, team management, and interpersonal skills.
• Excellent analytical and abstract reasoning skills.
• Proven track record of problem-solving, resourcefulness, and exceeding set goals.

Salary: $130,000-$155,000