Organization: Susan G. Komen ColoradoTitle: Director of Finance & Operations
Categories: Nonprofit Jobs
Location: Denver Metro Area
Organization Type: 501(c)(3)
The Director of Finance and Operations is responsible for the overall management of all financial operations of the Affiliate, serving as the liaison to the Affiliate’s vendors, contractors, bank, insurance companies as well as to finance representatives at Komen National. Director serves as lead staff for the Affiliate operations and for specific human resources functions. Director supervises part-time Accounting Clerk.
1. In collaboration with CEO and Board Treasurer, and in keeping with Komen National guidelines, establish financial processes and policies for the Affiliate and ensure Affiliate compliance with same.
2. In collaboration with the appropriate committee leadership, establish and implement effective financial procedures for all Affiliate special events such as the Komen Denver Race for the Cure®, Aspen Ride and Race for the Cure®, Aspen Ski for the Cure, Pink Tie Affair™ and Hope for the Cure.
3. Ensure the Affiliate’s compliance with federal, state and local regulations related to sales tax, gaming licenses, BBB filings, solicitation filings, insurance, United Way and other entities.
4. Responsible for budget preparation and management. Work with staff to create event and/or program specific budgets to present to the CEO for review. Prepare budget for Finance Committee and Board of Directors for approval
5. Manage the daily finance and accounting needs of the Affiliate (accounts payable/receivable, financial transactions, reconcile accounts, monitor budget.)
6. Prepare financial reports for the Finance Committee and Board of Directors.
7. Prepare quarterly department financial reports for Directors, CEO and Race Manager.
8. Prepare the Affiliate for the annual internal audit as well as the annual external audit and serve as lead staff person for same.
9. Responsible for all banking relationships, including fee agreements, services and providers.
10. Review Affiliate contracts in conjunction with the CEO. Track ongoing contracts, ensuring timely payments and re-negotiation and renewal as appropriate.
11. Serve as the staff liaison with the Board Finance Committee. Work with Board Treasurer to create meeting agenda. Responsible for meeting minutes and other duties in partnership with Board Treasurer.
12. Serve as a resource to all staff in finance-related matters.
13. Serve as the liaison with Komen National Financial Specialist.
14. Meat deadlines and prepare reports for Komen National.
15. Coordinate with Komen National to ensure compliance with expense and reporting guidelines.
16. Support Director of Grantmaking in reviewing grantee financial reports.
17. Conduct and monitor all financial matters of the Affiliate in an ethical and professional manner.
18. Ensure that the basic standards of accounting for nonprofits are followed.
1. Responsible for all finance-related human resource functions such as payroll/taxes, 403b contributions, health insurance, life insurance, and new benefit research.
2. Responsible for all new staff paperwork. Handle all benefit acquisition and processing according to established guidelines.
3. Supervise part-time Accounting Clerk.
4. Responsible for submitting and reviewing all payroll related matters.
1. Provide general oversight of the Affiliate’s IT/computer and telephone systems and serve as staff point-of contact for training and issue resolution. Serve as Affiliate liaison to the contractors providing telephone, IT/computer, and copier services.
1. A bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, business or other related field.
2. A minimum of five years finance/accounting experience.
3. Nonprofit finance/accounting experience.
4. Outstanding organizational and analytical skills, especially the ability to assess and troubleshoot finance and information issues.
5. Self-motivated team-player with the ability to meet deadlines, remain flexible and adjust to changing priorities.
6. The ability to work effectively with volunteers, especially Board members and committee chairs.
7. Familiarity and proficiency with computer programs, including PeopleSoft, Microsoft Office and fluency in Windows applications.
8. Experience and training regarding specific non-profit tax reporting and processes and best practices.
9. Commitment to the Komen mission.
10. The ability to work flexible hours, including occasional evenings and weekends as needed, to meet Affiliate needs.
Send cover letter and resume with salary requirements to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
No phone calls please.
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