The Boys & Girls Club of Door County is now looking for an experienced finance professional to join our team. The Boys & Girls Club office is conveniently located at 55 South 3rd. Ave, Sturgeon Bay and we are a small but diverse group of people from all over but with a shared enthusiasm to help our youth. As Finance and Administration Director, you will work closely with and report to the CFO.
DUTIES AND MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES
The Finance & Administration Director is expected to drive best practices in finance, administration and human resources management within the organization to maximize efficiency and growth.
? Ensure efficient financial monitoring and reporting;
? Prepare the annual budget in consultation with the CFO and CEO;
? Prepare financial reports for specific projects in compliance with grant requirements;
? Prepare invoices for clients and resolve any billing issues;
? Develop and put into practice procedures for handling finances and accounting, review accounting discrepancies and recommend corrective actions;
? Keep track of accounts payable and accounts receivable;
? Focal point with external entities such as auditor and tax authorities, etc;
? Monitor the performance of the financial assets;
? Make sure tax reporting obligations are timely fulfilled. Office Management
? Develop, improve and document administrative procedures;
? Prepare the monthly Board Meeting, convene and take minutes;
? Handle contacts and office contracts;
? Prepare and proofread internal documents. Human Resources Management
? Support the CEO in relation to recruitment processes and human resources matters;
? Develop and manage human resources procedures in line with the legal framework and the Boys & Girls Club;
? Ensure an efficient time and travel claim reporting;
? Supervise and attest payroll processing.
To succeed in this role we expect you to be analytical, organised and structured with an eye for detail. You have the ability to work independently and to take initiative.
You enjoy constantly planning and re-planning, predicting and solving upcoming problems to reach deadlines, and you love facilitating team collaboration to make sure things get delivered on time. You will be dealing with confidential and sensitive information and it is important that you are able to handle it with integrity and responsibility.
? University degree in finance, management or equivalent
? Minimum 5-years experience
? Experience with earmarked grant management
? Advanced knowledge in Excel and QuickBooks
? Strong oral and written communication skills
? Experience of working in a non-profit organization is highly valued
? Regular position with a six months’ probation period, starting as soon as possible
? Full-time, i.e.40-hours a week, with flexible working hours
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