Randstad Director of Accounting in Grand Blanc, Michigan

Director of Accounting

job details:

  • location:Grand Blanc, MI

  • salary:$120,000 - $150,000 per year

  • date posted:Thursday, December 6, 2018

  • experience:10 Years

  • job type:Permanent

  • industry:Other Services (except Public Administration)

  • reference:447410

  • questions:248-689-5055.

job description

Director of Accounting

job summary:

National Non-Profit seeks a Director of Accounting to join a dynamic organization. The Director of Accounting will oversee the finance & accounting function, financial compliance, office and facilities, and risk management, and will also play a lead role in strategic planning. The Director will collaborate with other members of the Executive Team, lead the Administration Team of six staff (three direct reports), and work closely with the Board of Directors supporting the Finance Committee. A successful candidate will actively integrate with program staff to best inform financial planning, will be comfortable presenting to external and internal groups, and will have strong executive presence.

The Role:

? Finance & Accounting: 50%

? Leadership, Strategy, & Risk : 30%

? Facilities: 20% Finance & Accounting

? Set and execute a financial vision that best supports the strategic plan of the organization

? Oversee the balance sheet including all cash, endowment investments, and fixed assets

? Manage financial institution relationships

? Oversee financial planning process and $4.5-$5M operating budget to ensure availability and sustainability of resources, and to maximize impact

? Develop and utilize forward-looking models and activity-based financial analyses to provide insight into the organization's operations and business plans

? Lead a talented and dedicated finance team, which includes an Accounting Manager, Grants & Financial Analyst, and an Accounting Clerk

? Establish and Follow financial policies and procedures and maintain appropriate internal controls

? Remain current on nonprofit GAAP accounting, reporting and control best practices, and state and federal law regarding nonprofit financial operations

? Coordinate audits

? Ensure legal and regulatory compliance regarding all financial functions

? Serve as a strategic thought partner to the Chief Executive Officer, supporting strategic planning, organizational dashboards and reporting, data & evaluation efforts, and external relations

? Serve as a key leader and build internal relationships with staff, in order to develop an understanding of programming that enables strategic resource allocation for efficient impact and growth of financial resources to meet programmatic needs

? Create and manage a comprehensive risk program, identifying and mitigating risks across the organizational including insurance coverage, process changes, and policies

? Other projects and duties as assigned to assist the CEO and broader organizational initiatives Facilities

? Oversee facility policies and procedures, ensuring the safety and security of our people, information, and assets The Candidate: The Director will be a seasoned, strategic, and innovative leader with at least ten years of finance experience, including the compiling and evaluating of financial information and making recommended actions to senior leadership. The candidate must have experience managing the financial operations for a nonprofit with multiple funding sources that include the government, and will ideally have experience in facilities management. The successful candidate will have the following experience and attributes:

? A minimum of a Bachelor's degree

? Registered/licensed CPA or MBA strongly preferred

? Performance in a senior financial-management role that partnered with executive staff to develop and implement successful financial management strategies

? Nonprofit accounting, including sophisticated fund and grant accounting, compliance, and reporting

? Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to explain technical finance and accounting topics to non-technical audiences such as staff and the board

? Demonstrated leadership ability, team management, and interpersonal skills

? Excellent analytical and organizational skills

? Demonstrated resourcefulness in setting priorities, proposing new ways of creating efficiencies, and guiding investment in people and systems

? Proven effectiveness supervising and developing professionals

? Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment

? An ability to work well with others in a highly collaborative environment

location: Grand Blanc, Michigan

job type: Permanent

salary: $120,000 - 150,000 per year

work hours: 9 to 5

education: Bachelor's degree

experience: 10 Years

responsibilities:

National Non-Profit seeks a Director of Accounting to join a dynamic organization. The Director of Accounting will oversee the finance & accounting function, financial compliance, office and facilities, and risk management, and will also play a lead role in strategic planning. The Director will collaborate with other members of the Executive Team, lead the Administration Team of six staff (three direct reports), and work closely with the Board of Directors supporting the Finance Committee. A successful candidate will actively integrate with program staff to best inform financial planning, will be comfortable presenting to external and internal groups, and will have strong executive presence.

The Role:

? Finance & Accounting: 50%

? Leadership, Strategy, & Risk : 30%

? Facilities: 20% Finance & Accounting

? Set and execute a financial vision that best supports the strategic plan of the organization

? Oversee the balance sheet including all cash, endowment investments, and fixed assets

? Manage financial institution relationships

? Oversee financial planning process and $4.5-$5M operating budget to ensure availability and sustainability of resources, and to maximize impact

? Develop and utilize forward-looking models and activity-based financial analyses to provide insight into the organization's operations and business plans

? Lead a talented and dedicated finance team, which includes an Accounting Manager, Grants & Financial Analyst, and an Accounting Clerk

? Establish and Follow financial policies and procedures and maintain appropriate internal controls

? Remain current on nonprofit GAAP accounting, reporting and control best practices, and state and federal law regarding nonprofit financial operations

? Coordinate audits

? Ensure legal and regulatory compliance regarding all financial functions

? Serve as a strategic thought partner to the Chief Executive Officer, supporting strategic planning, organizational dashboards and reporting, data & evaluation efforts, and external relations

? Serve as a key leader and build internal relationships with staff, in order to develop an understanding of programming that enables strategic resource allocation for efficient impact and growth of financial resources to meet programmatic needs

? Create and manage a comprehensive risk program, identifying and mitigating risks across the organizational including insurance coverage, process changes, and policies

? Other projects and duties as assigned to assist the CEO and broader organizational initiatives Facilities

? Oversee facility policies and procedures, ensuring the safety and security of our people, information, and assets The Candidate: The Director will be a seasoned, strategic, and innovative leader with at least ten years of finance experience, including the compiling and evaluating of financial information and making recommended actions to senior leadership. The candidate must have experience managing the financial operations for a nonprofit with multiple funding sources that include the government, and will ideally have experience in facilities management. The successful candidate will have the following experience and attributes:

? A minimum of a Bachelor's degree

? Registered/licensed CPA or MBA strongly preferred

? Performance in a senior financial-management role that partnered with executive staff to develop and implement successful financial management strategies

? Nonprofit accounting, including sophisticated fund and grant accounting, compliance, and reporting

? Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to explain technical finance and accounting topics to non-technical audiences such as staff and the board

? Demonstrated leadership ability, team management, and interpersonal skills

? Excellent analytical and organizational skills

? Demonstrated resourcefulness in setting priorities, proposing new ways of creating efficiencies, and guiding investment in people and systems

? Proven effectiveness supervising and developing professionals

? Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment

? An ability to work well with others in a highly collaborative environment

qualifications:

National Non-Profit seeks a Director of Accounting to join a dynamic organization. The Director of Accounting will oversee the finance & accounting function, financial compliance, office and facilities, and risk management, and will also play a lead role in strategic planning. The Director will collaborate with other members of the Executive Team, lead the Administration Team of six staff (three direct reports), and work closely with the Board of Directors supporting the Finance Committee. A successful candidate will actively integrate with program staff to best inform financial planning, will be comfortable presenting to external and internal groups, and will have strong executive presence.

The Role:

? Finance & Accounting: 50%

? Leadership, Strategy, & Risk : 30%

? Facilities: 20% Finance & Accounting

? Set and execute a financial vision that best supports the strategic plan of the organization

? Oversee the balance sheet including all cash, endowment investments, and fixed assets

? Manage financial institution relationships

? Oversee financial planning process and $4.5-$5M operating budget to ensure availability and sustainability of resources, and to maximize impact

? Develop and utilize forward-looking models and activity-based financial analyses to provide insight into the organization's operations and business plans

? Lead a talented and dedicated finance team, which includes an Accounting Manager, Grants & Financial Analyst, and an Accounting Clerk

? Establish and Follow financial policies and procedures and maintain appropriate internal controls

? Remain current on nonprofit GAAP accounting, reporting and control best practices, and state and federal law regarding nonprofit financial operations

? Coordinate audits

? Ensure legal and regulatory compliance regarding all financial functions

? Serve as a strategic thought partner to the Chief Executive Officer, supporting strategic planning, organizational dashboards and reporting, data & evaluation efforts, and external relations

? Serve as a key leader and build internal relationships with staff, in order to develop an understanding of programming that enables strategic resource allocation for efficient impact and growth of financial resources to meet programmatic needs

? Create and manage a comprehensive risk program, identifying and mitigating risks across the organizational including insurance coverage, process changes, and policies

? Other projects and duties as assigned to assist the CEO and broader organizational initiatives Facilities

? Oversee facility policies and procedures, ensuring the safety and security of our people, information, and assets The Candidate: The Director will be a seasoned, strategic, and innovative leader with at least ten years of finance experience, including the compiling and evaluating of financial information and making recommended actions to senior leadership. The candidate must have experience managing the financial operations for a nonprofit with multiple funding sources that include the government, and will ideally have experience in facilities management. The successful candidate will have the following experience and attributes:

? A minimum of a Bachelor's degree

? Registered/licensed CPA or MBA strongly preferred

? Performance in a senior financial-management role that partnered with executive staff to develop and implement successful financial management strategies

? Nonprofit accounting, including sophisticated fund and grant accounting, compliance, and reporting

? Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to explain technical finance and accounting topics to non-technical audiences such as staff and the board

? Demonstrated leadership ability, team management, and interpersonal skills

? Excellent analytical and organizational skills

? Demonstrated resourcefulness in setting priorities, proposing new ways of creating efficiencies, and guiding investment in people and systems

? Proven effectiveness supervising and developing professionals

? Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment

? An ability to work well with others in a highly collaborative environment

skills: CPA

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