Director of Finance

  • Telamon Corporation
  • Raleigh, NC, USA
Full Time Nonprofit

Job Description

The Director of Finance is responsible for all finance activities for the organization related to establishing accounting procedures and assuring adherence to financial policies, overseeing the disbursement of funds in accordance with Uniform Guidance, and setting and maintaining adequate internal controls. Recruits, trains and supervises personnel.

1. Guides financial decisions and provides status of financial condition of the company by collecting,
interpreting and reporting key financial data.

2. Develops, maintains and reviews financial statements and reports that are appropriate for the users and in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Ensures complete and accurate supporting documentation for all financial transactions.

3. Develops, implements, and ensures compliance with regulatory and internal accounting policies and
procedures. Protects assets by establishing, monitoring and enforcing internal controls.

4. Establishes guidelines for budget and forecast preparation. Develops and presents budget to Governing Board.

5. Reviews monthly financial results and variance reports. Investigates variances.

6. Suggests and implements cost control measures.

7. Oversees the financial accounting systems. Evaluates the need for new technology to meet the
organization's financial data processing, control, and reporting requirements.

8. Manages the cash flow and reviews cash flow forecasts. Manages investments.

9. Along with Executive Director, manages organization’s insurance policies and acts as Director of captive policies.

10. Negotiates with Bank for lines of credit or other financial services as required and appropriate.

11. Manages the acquisition of capital assets and ensure that all recordable assets are properly recorded, amortized, and disposed of as appropriate.

12. Coordinates and participates in planning meetings including strategic planning.

13. In coordination with Governing Board, secure auditor contracts, complete annual audit, tax filings and indirect proposal.

14. Represents organization with external auditors, funders, and vendors.

15. Investigate allegations of fraud, waste or abuse.

16. Participate in funding source trainings, meetings and webinars.

17. Supports the Finance Committee of the Governing Board.

18. Perform all other duties as assigned.

This position directly supervises others. This may include participation in the recruitment/selection process for new hires, employee training, onboarding, conducting performance coaching/evaluation, compensation administration, delegation of duties and conflict resolution. Promotes an environment of teamwork and cooperation and is accessible to employees.

Education and Experience Requirements:

A Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Business or Finance is required.
Certified Public Accountant (CPA) required.
Minimum of ten years of management experience.
Supervisory experience
Excellent analytical skills
Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and Uniform Guidance
Ability to solve complex problems
Deductive and inductive reasoning
Communication skills (both orally and writing)
Ability to think strategically

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Corporate Finance

Education Requirements

Bachelor's Degree

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