Finance Manager (80%-Time)

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organization:Children's Relief Nursery
position summary:

The Children’s Relief Nursery, a nonprofit child abuse prevention program, is looking for a Finance Manager. The Finance Manager is a member of the organization’s management team and, as such, will be expected to work with the Executive Director to establish and implement appropriate financial polices and procedures and proactively organize and execute both day-to-day (routine) responsibilities of the department as well as project-specific and longer term financial activities. This position requires an individual who has the experience and organizational skills to manage a one-person department with a variety of tasks and timelines.

Specifically, the Finance Manager is responsible for the day-to-day management of all financial activities of the agency including: daily accounting transactions (payables/receivables), reconciliation of bank statements, month-end closing, and development of financial statements. In addition, the manager prepares reports for the Executive Director, works with Development Team to prepare grant-related budgets and prepares budget updates for the Executive Director and members of the management team. The Finance Manager is responsible for preparing schedules for and assisting with the annual audit and preparation of the Form 990 and prepares invoices for and ensures all government-related contracts are billed and receipted appropriately.

Children’s Relief Nursery operating budget is $1.8 million from a combination of private and public funding sources. There is a high degree of accountability to funders and complex reporting requirements. The Finance Manager is responsible for maintaining the fiscal integrity of these relationships.

Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume and 3 references to: Chris Otis 8425 N. Lombard Street, Portland, OR 97203 Email to: [email protected]

Salary / Pay Rate:DOE
Required Skills and Abilities:SKILLS: This position requires: thorough understanding of financial/accounting practices and procedures; excellent organizational skills; ability to work independently and to be self-motivated to meet deadlines and timelines. Qualified candidates will have superior time management skills and will be able to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Proficient computer skills using Financial Edge or another closely-related accounting software and MS Office Professional Suites software required.
Qualifications:EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in appropriate field. CPA preferred. EXPERIENCE: Minimum of five years relevant and directly-related experience. Nonprofit finance experience preferred.
Education Required:Graduate degree
Other:Equal Opportunity Employer