Vice President of Finance - Central Administration - $3,000 Bonus
Boston, MA, USA Req #1296
Friday, July 22, 2022
$3,000 bonus - $1,500 after 3 months, $1,500 after 6 months
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively with a culturally diverse population.
- Demonstrated supervisory and management experience.
- Ability to work collaboratively as a member of multi-departmental and cross-function teams.
- Ability to work as an effective change agent.
- Professional documentation and communication skills, as well as demonstrated organizational skills.
- Ability to negotiate and resolve differences.
- Ability to function under pressure in a fast-paced project management environment.
- Ability to be flexible, open and responsive to ongoing industry changes.
- Ability to articulate and communicate Bay Cove’s mission and strategic direction in a consistent and enthusiastic manner to departmental staff.
- Ability to identify opportunities and challenges and develop effective, creative solutions to pursue opportunities.
- Physical capacity to be mobile and move between various Bay Cove locations and when necessary to attend meetings at various locations within and without the Bay Cove organization.
- An acceptable CORI (criminal record assessment).
- Have a CPA and/or Master’s Degree from an accredited School or College with a major in Accounting, Finance, or related field.
- Have at least 10 years of financial management experience with a minimum of 5 years in a senior management position. Experience with a non-profit organization preferable.
- Have experience with GP Dynamics General Ledger System or other comparable system and Microsoft Excel.
- A COVID-19 vaccination is a requirement of the position. One COVID-19 shot is acceptable, contingent on the individual receiving the second shot within the allotted time frame.
Essential Functions of Position:
- Ensure that all Controller area staff is appropriate supervised and trained according to Bay Cove Personnel Policies.
- Supervise and support direct report staff through regular/weekly or bi-weekly supervisions, staff meetings, direct observation and periodic and annual written evaluations.
- Establish annual goals and objectives for all direct report staff and ensure that these goals are consistent with Central Administration’s annual goals.
- Routinely assess existing personnel and determine whether resources are sufficient for accounting requirements of the agency. Make recommendations for any necessary changes and interview and hire staff as needed.
- Ensure provision of appropriate staff coverage during operating hours.
- Ensure appropriate supervision of all contract and temporary accounting staff.
- Ensure that all evaluations for your team are submitted to HR by the deadline for Central Administration.
Administrative & Financial management Responsibilities:
- Oversee the management of the accounting functions of the organization which includes Payroll, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Fixed Assets and Financial reporting and HUD financial statements.
- Manage the relationship with the auditors and coordinate the annual audits for BCHS/CASPAR/Growthways, the HUDs, and our 403(b) plan.
- Ensure all required filings of the 990s, Mass PC, 5500s, Census and CEDAC are done on a timely and accurate basis.
- Manage the relationship with Banks, CEDAC and other financial organizations regarding Account Management and Maintenance and ensure all annual, quarterly and monthly reports are filed in accordance with loan covenants.
- Responsible for the cash management function of the organization.
- Produce the monthly financial statements, including the detailed P&L’s and Balance Sheet by no later than the 16th business day of the month.
Department Management and Operations Responsibilities:
- Meet regularly with the CFO and the Director of Budgets and Contracts to coordinate financial matters and to jointly propose policies and procedures relating to administrative office functions.
- Oversee the Accounts Receivable functions of the agency.
- At least annually review and update accounting protocols and oversee proper implementation.
- Identify and manage new projects to improve the efficiency of the accounting area.
- Monitor that departmental expenditures are within the approved department budget.
- Assist in the development and administration of policies and procedures for both the agency and the department.
- Ensure Controller area staff’s knowledge and compliance with agency policies and procedures.
- Ensure agency’s compliance with municipal, state and federal agency regulations and statutes relating to accounting and financial reporting.
- Ensure that contact with outside agencies is provided in a professional manner on an ongoing basis.
- Maintain a positive and professional relationship with governmental agencies, colleagues, and funding sources.
- Ensure that agency and regulatory standards are met and maintained.
- Follows and implements all program safety procedures.
- Complete other duties and projects as assigned by the CEO ant the CFO, SVP Finance.
Other Professional Requirements:
- Attends required orientation and trainings, including supervisor training and attends local conferences and seminars in order to stay current with regulatory and accounting changes.
- Pay Type Salary
- Boston, MA, USA