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  • Director of Operations - Finance & Technology

    Posted: 09/01/2020

    Director of Operations- Finance & Technology?
    We are looking for the ideal person to lead our agency’s long-term financial objectives, oversee day to day finance activities and our technology needs. This position is responsible for financial compliance and an annual agency operating budget of approximately $9.0 million. This person has integrity, creativity, and a passion for our mission and core values. The leader we seek has non-profit grants management experience, is highly motivated & organized, with critical thinking skills and the ability to problem-solve. This person will work collaboratively with agency leaders in a supportive, energized work environment and will lead a motivated team of staff to meet agency goals.
    *Salary range $61,100-$100,600 (commensurate with experience/ qualifications) & excellent benefits

    Primary Responsibilities:
    *Develops and maintains an internal reporting system and account structure that ensures proper disclosure and accountability for all financial activities, including compliance with Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB) guidance.
    *Develops and maintains an internal control framework to mitigate and protect against fraud, waste and abuse.
    *Ensures timely and accurate financial materials and reports, including monthly financial statements for the Executive Director, management staff and the Board of Directors.
    *Oversees cash flow management through use of projections of cash receipts and cash disbursements and maintains an adequate cash balance to meet financial obligations.
    *Supervise staff in administrative finance and technology department.
    *Develops various financial projections and other analyses including debt reduction, investment planning and revenue forecasting.
    *Secures and oversees appropriate insurance coverage for the agency; including property, general liability, automobile, employment practices, pollution, cyber coverage, etc.
    *Provide input for agency strategic planning and goal setting; align department goals to achieve the agency’s overall mission and champion efforts for ongoing achievement of agency goals.

    Qualities & Qualifications:
    * A combination of a four (4) year Accounting degree and six (6) years’ experience including a full range of accounting, administration, budgets, supervision, program management, planning and financial management or a combination of ten (10) years’ experience and education.
    *Experience in grants management fund accounting, strong budget creation and monitoring abilities, familiarity with external auditing processes and requirements.
    *Strong leadership and managerial skills to supervise and motivate a team.
    *Excellent organizational, process, analytical and problem-solving skills.
    *Strong technology skills including Microsoft Office Suite and fiscal software, excellent written/verbal communication skills.

    To apply:
    Please send cover letter, resume and professional references to hr@tricap.org or apply on our website www.tricap.org or call our office for an application. Application deadline is 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 15, 2020.

    The mission of Tri-CAP is to enhance and expand opportunities for the economic and social well-being of our residents and our communities.