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Keeping Kids Safe; Strengthening Families
The Director of Finance has responsibility for all fiscal operations of the organization including preparing and managing the agency budget, producing timely P&Ls, overseeing all AP/AR, bank reconciliations and preparing the annual audit and 990. The candidate must be well versed in the fiscal preparation, management and invoicing of complex public and private grants as well as county, state and federal contracts including but not limited to VOCA & CVC, Departments of Health, Children and Families and the Attorney General’s Office. This is a senior position and the employee is expected to demonstrate leadership in the finance department as well as throughout the agency. The candidate will have at least 5 years of accounting experience, with specific expertise and understanding of non-profit accounting practices and policies.
About Pasco Kids First
Pasco Kids First, Inc. was launched in 1989 to keep kids safe and strengthen families through the assessment and treatment of child abuse and neglect. The agency is the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) for Pasco County, operating both Child Protection and Trauma Therapy teams as well as the Healthy Families program, which serves both Pasco and Hernando counties. PKF is an accredited member of the National Children’s Alliance. The organization currently has over 40 employees, and a budget surpassing 3.5 million dollars. More information can be found at www.pascokidsfirst.org.
Overview of Position
Core duties of the Director of Finance include, but are not limited to:
- Have daily, monthly and annual insight on fiscal movements of the agency in order to inform strategic planning and direction and manage cash flow.
- Perform balance sheet reconciliations, review Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and invoicing/billing to ensure adequate cash flow.
- Submit timely, accurate and fully reconciled grant reports and invoicing to state agencies, instrumental in preparation of entity and grant related operating budgets.
- Assist in the preparation of the agency and program budgets and monitors expenditures to ensure compliance with budget guidelines and GAAP.
- Supervise the Staff Accountant/Bookkeeper position including the accounts payable/receivable function, writing of checks and input of data into the fiscal management system. Performs supervision and performance reviews.
- Maintain good vendor relationships, assist in procuring and evaluating bids for the provision of material or services when appropriate, and assist the President/CEO in making decisions related to the purchase requirements of the organization.
- Manage and ensure agency credit cards are reconciled in a timely manner.
- Maintain relationships with banks, vendors, and other entities on behalf of the agency and look for ways to innovate and improve effectiveness.
- Work with Directors on HR issues, employee payroll and reimbursements via the Paylocity system, and other employee matters.
Ideal Candidate Qualifications
- A Bachelor in Accounting or a business-related field with significant accounting course work or a major in accounting.
- Minimum 5 years of direct experience with a non-profit organization.
- 5 years prior general ledger accounting software experience is essential. Experience using Fund-EZ preferred.
- Experience working with the reporting, tracking and audit requirements for government and multi-lateral grants (both public and private).
- Significant experience of at least 5 years in annual budget development and management, preparing monthly P&Ls, tracking AP/AR, budget lapse analysis, etc.
- Strong organizational skills and advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel required; additional Microsoft Office experience required.
- Familiarity with pledges, multi-year grants and other complex charitable gift types.
- Fundamental knowledge of GAAP, particularly as it applies to non-profits.
- Strong analytical and critical thinking skills.
- Deadline and detail-oriented. Excellent time-management skills are crucial.
- Strong communication and assertiveness skills.
Benefits of Working with Pasco Kids First
Pasco Kids First offers our full-time employees a competitive total compensation package, including;
- Health, Dental, Vision, Life, & 403B benefits are partially funded by the agency.
- Generous PTO package beginning on the first day of employment and increasing with tenure. Over 3 weeks of PTO the first year and 14 paid holidays.
- Mental health hours are provided monthly.
- Opportunities for professional growth and development.
Additional Position Information
This position is based in our New Port Richey office. Travel to meetings and satellite offices is expected but minimal. Salary Range: $65,000 – $70,000 based on candidate experience. Send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
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