Job Title Finance Director Working Hours Monday–Friday|8:00a.m.–5:00 p.m. (Hours may vary as necessary.)
Reports To Chief Operating Officer
Main Duties and Responsibilities: • Directs all aspects of Volunteer Florida’s finance program including overseeing finance staff and implementing finance department policies and procedures. • Provides fiscal oversight of all Commission and Foundation expenditures and funds. • Monitors all payables and receivables. • Reconciles accounts; prepares budgets and financial reports; produces timely financial statements; prepares for and directs audits. • Develops spending plans and preparing budgets to effectively utilize funds from multiple funding streams with various spending periods. • Responsible for maintaining compliance with state and federal regulations and provides training to grant recipients on these regulations. • Directs the fiscal monitoring of sub-grantees and submission of monitoring reports. • Oversees all state and federal fiscal reporting • Participates in procurement activities as needed. • Manages employee benefits including FRS retirement program. • Ensures submission of payroll information to the payroll company for monthly payroll processing. • Performs other duties as required.
Desired Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Understanding of grant management accounting principles and able to provide proactive oversite of grantee invoicing/payment process. • Excellent leadership and time management skills with the ability to manage and supervise others concurrently on multiple projects. • Advanced proficiency in multiple accounting software systems, preferably Abila MIP, Payment Management System, and Microsoft Office (Excel). Page 1 of 2
VOLUNTEER FLORIDA Position Description • Ability to understand budgeting principles and prepare budgets which include multiple funding streams with various spending periods. • Extensive knowledge in bookkeeping, preferably the natural flow of accounting balances. • Ability to perform office and bookkeeping duties independently and accurately. • Working knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles. • CPA training and non-profit accounting experience is preferred for this position. • Self-driven, demonstrates initiative and is able to multitask and adapt to changing priorities. • Excellent interpersonal and oral communication skills and ability to maintain strong relationships with external and internal partners. • Knowledge of State of Florida funding allocations and budget process. • Ability to understand federal OMB Circulars related to non-profit and government grants. • Ability to travel overnight.
Education and Experience Requirements: • A Bachelor’s degree in accounting or a related field • A minimum of five years of experience in the accounting and budgeting
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