Finance Manager

Posted: 05/28/2020

POSITION SUMMARY
The Finance Manager performs a variety of bookkeeping, administrative and community social services tasks. The Manager will:
-Perform general bookkeeping functions.
-Collaborate with department managers/directors to cultivate agency practices, protocols, policies and procedures.
-Assist with maintaining database for client programs and services.

SUPERVISION
Reports directly to Executive Director with guidance and direction also from the President & CEO and Treasurer. No direct reports to the Finance Manager position.

FINANCIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
-Tag and monitor fixed assets.
-Reconcile credit card statements.
-Reconcile vendor statements.
-Code account receivables
-Pay supplier invoices in a timely manner.
-Pay any debt as it comes due for payment.
-Issue invoices as needed.
-Record cash receipts.
-Prepare monthly journal entries and additional entries as needed. 
-Monthly reconciliation of all accounts with financial institutions.
-Create monthly financial statements and reports for Finance Committee and Board of Trustees
-Collaborate with Executive Director, President & CEO, and/or Treasurer to assemble information for external auditors.
-Collect documentation for annual 990 tax reporting, as well as work with external accounting firm to file 990 in a timely manner.
-Responsible for filing of Federal, State, County and City documents.
-Maintain the chart of accounts, annual budget and program/services budgets.
-Provide clerical support to management as requested.

ESSENTIAL PROGRAM & SERVICES DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
-Collaborate with managers/directors to assist with Program Development Resource Manuals including outcome measurement tools.
-Assist with Social Services Department with monthly reconciliations, annual budget process, and grant tracking/reconciliation.
-Provide monthly service data report(s) to United Way and Board.
-Provide Marketing and Grants Department with information as needed

QUALIFICATIONS
-Minimum 5 years of experience in finance management, strong preference for non-profit finance and accounting.
-Bachelor’s degree or higher preferred.
-Ability to be self-directed and complete tasks in accordance with deadline.
-Strong organizational and planning skills.
-Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (particularly Excel) and QuickBooks; preferred experience with case management software systems.

HOW TO APPLY
-Please send a PDF cover letter, resume, and references to events@fishofsancap.org.
-We appreciate your understanding that we will not accept inquiries regarding the position over telephone.