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Director of Finance

  • ... Seattle, Western Australia, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 150000 per year
  • Posted on: Feb 06, 2024       Expires on: Mar 22, 2024

Director of Finance   

JOB TITLE:

Director of Finance

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Seattle Western Australia United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

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Job description

Byrd Barr Place

Director of Finance

Department: Accounting

Reports To: Chief Executive Officer

Staff Supervision: Senior Accountant, AP

and Payroll Administrator

Salary: Exempt

Benefits: Byrd Barr Place provides a

comprehensive benefits package including,

Medical, dental and vision coverage;

employer contributed FSA, employer[1]matched 401(k) plan, short and long-term

disability, group life and accident

insurance.
One floating holiday per year,

annual leave accrual, annual sick leave

accrual and paid holidays.

General Description: The Director of

Finance will lead all day-to-day finance

operations of a budget of $10MM+

ensuring financial soundness through

planning and management, and multiple

contracts’ compliance with state and

federal regulations.
This includes

monitoring cash flow and assuring the

management of the agency’s fiscal affairs

is in accordance with generally accepted

accounting principles (GAAP).
The Director

of Finance supervises the accounting team

with functional responsibility over

budgeting, financial forecasting, cash flow

and coordination of audit activities as well

as accounts payable and receivable.

Contacts are with internal and external

sources including board of directors,

vendors, grantors, governmental officials,

and the general public.
The Director of

Finance will work closely with program

Application Settings

Application

method

Email

Require resume Yes

Application

updates

careers@byrdbarrplace.
org

Also send an individual email

update each time someone

applies.

Candidates

contact you

(email)

Yes, at email address

provided

Details

Views: 0

Applications received: 0 total

Budget

Job budget: 37.
00 (USD) daily

Cost: 0.
00 (USD)

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leads, not only to educate them regarding

finance and accounting procedures, but

also to explore how the finance function

can support program operations.
In

addition, the Director of Finance will

partner with senior leadership and the

board of directors to develop and

implement strategies across the

organization.

Responsibilities:

Financial Management

Work closely with and advise the

Chief Executive Officer on all aspects

of Byrd Barr’s financial functions,

including meeting compliance and

accountability standards.

Develop and implement

accounting systems to assure the

integrity of agency funds.

Develop the annual budget and

conduct financial forecasting,

oversee cash, cash flow, investment,

and asset management and ensure

availability of funds.

Oversee the work of subordinate

staff and provide leadership and

direction as needed.

Guarantees compliance with

agency invoices: all necessary

signatures and approvals.

Performday-to-day reconciliations

in concert with Accountant.

Develop and utilize forward[1]looking, predictive models and

activity-based financial analyses and

reports to provide insight into the

organization’s operations and

strategic plans.
Distribute reports to

affected and interested parties.

Prepare and monitor agency cash

flow, develop monthly income and

expenditure projections for

discussion with the senior leadership

team and Board of Directors.

Develop quarterly and annual

financial reporting materials and

metrics for the CEO and board of

directors.
Communicate key data,

Promote this job for more candidates:

including presentations to the Board

and other outside partners and

influencers.

Prepare and review monthly

grant billing, track/reconcile billing

to granted amounts.

Coordinate audit activities and

annual tax filing.

Acts as trustee on agency 401(k)

retirement plan.
Ensure all legally

required reporting and

communications for retirement plan.

Create financial reports to assist

in grant applications.

Reviews the agency’s insurance

policies to assure agency assets have

adequate coverage.
Make

recommendations for changes as

the need arises.

Represent the organization to

stakeholders, including financial

institutions, donors, auditors, public

officials, etc.

Remain up to date on nonprofit

audit best practices and state and

federal law regarding nonprofit

operations.

Participate in meetings of agency

staff and leadership, as well as Board

Finance and Board of Directors

meetings.

Participate in training as required.

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree required,

advanced degree and/or CPA

preferred.

At least five years’ experience as

Director of Finance or equivalent,

preferably in a nonprofit

organization with a budget of at

least $5MM and three years of

supervisory experience.

Extensive knowledge of finance

and GAAP accounting principles and

procedures.

Knowledge of contract/grant

program management, including

federal and state contract

regulations.

Proven ability to prepare financial

reports and trend data for a variety

of audience types.

Experience in accounting

computer software applications,

accounting systems, word

processing and spreadsheets.

Working knowledge of all aspects

of payroll including payroll taxes and

benefits.

Deep knowledge and

understanding of fund (nonprofit)

accounting and federal contracts.

Excellent written and oral

communication skills.

Demonstrated leadership ability,

team management, and

interpersonal skills showing

resourcefulness in setting priorities,

proposing new ways of creating

efficiencies while working within the

organization’s culture.

Excellent analytical and abstract

reasoning skills, plus excellent

presentation skills.

Must pass a background and

credit check.

Preferences:

Ability to see beyond the

numbers and able to identify the big

picture and trends in data.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $118,000.
00 - $150,000.
00 per year

Benefits:

401(k)

401(k) matching

Dental insurance

Employee assistance program

Flexible spending account

Health insurance

Life insurance

Paid time off

Parental leave

Vision insurance

Experience level:

4 years

Schedule:

8 hour shift

Weekends as needed

Ability to Relocate:

Seattle, WA 98122: Relocate

before starting work (Required)

Work Location: Hybrid remote in Seattle,

WA 98122

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $118,000.
00 - $150,000.
00 per year

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift
  • Monday to Friday
  • No nights

Ability to Relocate:

  • Seattle, WA 98122: Relocate before starting work (Required)

Work Location: Hybrid remote in Seattle, WA 98122

Position Details

POSTED:

Feb 06, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

150000 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707482349-eae4bae869476d71e7bb4e7fe5b4cc77

LOCATION:

Western Australia United States

CITY:

Seattle

Job Origin:

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Job description

Byrd Barr Place

Director of Finance

Department: Accounting

Reports To: Chief Executive Officer

Staff Supervision: Senior Accountant, AP

and Payroll Administrator

Salary: Exempt

Benefits: Byrd Barr Place provides a

comprehensive benefits package including,

Medical, dental and vision coverage;

employer contributed FSA, employer[1]matched 401(k) plan, short and long-term

disability, group life and accident

insurance. One floating holiday per year,

annual leave accrual, annual sick leave

accrual and paid holidays.

General Description: The Director of

Finance will lead all day-to-day finance

operations of a budget of $10MM+

ensuring financial soundness through

planning and management, and multiple

contracts’ compliance with state and

federal regulations. This includes

monitoring cash flow and assuring the

management of the agency’s fiscal affairs

is in accordance with generally accepted

accounting principles (GAAP). The Director

of Finance supervises the accounting team

with functional responsibility over

budgeting, financial forecasting, cash flow

and coordination of audit activities as well

as accounts payable and receivable.

Contacts are with internal and external

sources including board of directors,

vendors, grantors, governmental officials,

and the general public. The Director of

Finance will work closely with program

Application Settings

Application

method

Email

Require resume Yes

Application

updates

careers@byrdbarrplace.org

Also send an individual email

update each time someone

applies.

Candidates

contact you

(email)

Yes, at email address

provided

Details

Views: 0

Applications received: 0 total

Budget

Job budget: 37.00 (USD) daily

Cost: 0.00 (USD)

Edit job

Pendin

Add a candidate

Edit job budget

leads, not only to educate them regarding

finance and accounting procedures, but

also to explore how the finance function

can support program operations. In

addition, the Director of Finance will

partner with senior leadership and the

board of directors to develop and

implement strategies across the

organization.

Responsibilities:

Financial Management

Work closely with and advise the

Chief Executive Officer on all aspects

of Byrd Barr’s financial functions,

including meeting compliance and

accountability standards.

Develop and implement

accounting systems to assure the

integrity of agency funds.

Develop the annual budget and

conduct financial forecasting,

oversee cash, cash flow, investment,

and asset management and ensure

availability of funds.

Oversee the work of subordinate

staff and provide leadership and

direction as needed.

Guarantees compliance with

agency invoices: all necessary

signatures and approvals.

Performday-to-day reconciliations

in concert with Accountant.

Develop and utilize forward[1]looking, predictive models and

activity-based financial analyses and

reports to provide insight into the

organization’s operations and

strategic plans. Distribute reports to

affected and interested parties.

Prepare and monitor agency cash

flow, develop monthly income and

expenditure projections for

discussion with the senior leadership

team and Board of Directors.

Develop quarterly and annual

financial reporting materials and

metrics for the CEO and board of

directors. Communicate key data,

Promote this job for more candidates:

including presentations to the Board

and other outside partners and

influencers.

Prepare and review monthly

grant billing, track/reconcile billing

to granted amounts.

Coordinate audit activities and

annual tax filing.

Acts as trustee on agency 401(k)

retirement plan. Ensure all legally

required reporting and

communications for retirement plan.

Create financial reports to assist

in grant applications.

Reviews the agency’s insurance

policies to assure agency assets have

adequate coverage. Make

recommendations for changes as

the need arises.

Represent the organization to

stakeholders, including financial

institutions, donors, auditors, public

officials, etc.

Remain up to date on nonprofit

audit best practices and state and

federal law regarding nonprofit

operations.

Participate in meetings of agency

staff and leadership, as well as Board

Finance and Board of Directors

meetings.

Participate in training as required.

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree required,

advanced degree and/or CPA

preferred.

At least five years’ experience as

Director of Finance or equivalent,

preferably in a nonprofit

organization with a budget of at

least $5MM and three years of

supervisory experience.

Extensive knowledge of finance

and GAAP accounting principles and

procedures.

Knowledge of contract/grant

program management, including

federal and state contract

regulations.

Proven ability to prepare financial

reports and trend data for a variety

of audience types.

Experience in accounting

computer software applications,

accounting systems, word

processing and spreadsheets.

Working knowledge of all aspects

of payroll including payroll taxes and

benefits.

Deep knowledge and

understanding of fund (nonprofit)

accounting and federal contracts.

Excellent written and oral

communication skills.

Demonstrated leadership ability,

team management, and

interpersonal skills showing

resourcefulness in setting priorities,

proposing new ways of creating

efficiencies while working within the

organization’s culture.

Excellent analytical and abstract

reasoning skills, plus excellent

presentation skills.

Must pass a background and

credit check.

Preferences:

Ability to see beyond the

numbers and able to identify the big

picture and trends in data.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $118,000.00 - $150,000.00 per year

Benefits:

401(k)

401(k) matching

Dental insurance

Employee assistance program

Flexible spending account

Health insurance

Life insurance

Paid time off

Parental leave

Vision insurance

Experience level:

4 years

Schedule:

8 hour shift

Weekends as needed

Ability to Relocate:

Seattle, WA 98122: Relocate

before starting work (Required)

Work Location: Hybrid remote in Seattle,

WA 98122

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $118,000.00 - $150,000.00 per year

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift
  • Monday to Friday
  • No nights

Ability to Relocate:

  • Seattle, WA 98122: Relocate before starting work (Required)

Work Location: Hybrid remote in Seattle, WA 98122

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