Call to Freedom is committed to identifying and responding to the needs of individuals at-risk of human trafficking and sexual exploitation and those working to transition out. The Director of Finance purpose is to participate in strategic planning, oversee and manage the financial aspects of day to day operations at Call to Freedom including financial grants management, fiscal/budget management, processing financial reports, payroll, accounts/payables, reconciling all accounts including final deposits/donations reports, administering pay benefits and leave, and other non-profits duties to ensure compliance with all financial and organizational policies and procedures.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
- Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree in an accounting field or related experience.
- Knowledge of non-profit agency practices and operations is desired.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Flexible, self-directed, and responsive.
- Full-time 40 hours per week salaried position.
CERTIFICATION, LICENSURE AND/OR REGISTRATIONS:
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND JOB DUTIES:
- Work with Director of Grants to review and develop agency policies and procedures ongoing to assure standards are met.
- Participate in strategic planning activities department strategies once approved.
- Maintain all necessary insurances, accreditations, licenses, documentation for 501c3 status and state/federal funding requirements.
- Maintain privacy and confidentiality of all Call to Freedom financial and grants information.
- Work with Director of Grants Management to maintain an appropriate system of financial accountability for the agency and specifically for grants management.
- Assist with the development of systems for adequate financial accountability for the agency.
- Follow guidelines of fiscal management per agency policies including confidentiality policies.
- Prepare federal and state drawdowns. Prepare foundation reports.
- Monthly reports in preparation for grant drawdown which includes mailing weekly checks, scanning and combining invoices and expense reports, data entry, and downloading and combining payroll reports.
- Monthly office credit card reconciliation.
- Main point of contact for payroll/time system including reviewing and correcting timecards and PTO request errors and adding/removing grants.
- Prepare and submit quarterly financial reports for grants and present at board meetings.
- Facilitate Agency payroll.
- Develop and maintain effective systems for grant fiscal management coordinating with Director of Grants Management.
- Develop and maintain effective mechanisms for fiscal monitoring per project and grant guidelines working with Director of Grants Management.
- Continually evaluate and respond positively to the ongoing needs of the organization.
- Maintain the agency financial filing system.
- Reconcile bank statements, pay bills, reconcile deposits/donations, and in-kind reports.
- Review all financial documents and reports.
- Prepare reports for board and directors as needed.
- Provide proposed annual budget for agency with Directors and Board. Responsible for monitoring the monthly budget and providing monthly updates.
- Conduct audits as required for grants. Work with auditors for yearly audits, workers’ compensation audits, and retirement plan audits.
- Provide other duties as needed per President/CEO.
- Assist with public events to handle financial donations.
- Other office duties as needed.
ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS: The individual must be able to work the hours specified above. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or abilities required to perform these essential functions. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions so long as the accommodations do not cause undue hardship to the employer.