GLEAMNS Human Resources Commission, Inc. is accepting applications for a Chief Financial Officer.
To plan, direct and manage the overall activities of the financial, accounting, budgeting, information technology and purchasing functions of the agency. To ensure the agency’s compliance with GAAP, state and federal mandates and grant requirements.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Oversee the yearly budgets with the Budget Manager and Program Directors to ensure requirements are understood and followed. Review budgets on a periodic basis and make modifications as needed.
2. Manage the activities of the Financial Office in the maintenance of GLEAMNS accounting books and records to accounting standards.
3. Formulate and recommend policies and procedures on budgeting, accounting, assets, the taking of physical inventories of properties and assets and state and federal report for approval to the Board and Chief Executive Officer. Administer such policies when approved; establish and administer procedures to control fiscal policies and procedures.
4. Advise and assist management on matters related to accounting.
5. Prepare accounting reports upon request of Chief Executive Officer and Board of Commissioners. Publish accounting reports on a regular basis.
6. Review and ensure compliance of financial procedures with appropriate local, state, federal and funding source requirements.
7. Manage the agency’s audits to ensure compliance to accounting standards and published reports.
8. Plan, direct and control activities relating to agency purchasing practices.
9. Assist the Purchasing Manager with the standard contracts for services rendered to any components. Negotiate major purchase agreements or arrangements with approval of Chief Executive Officer.
10. Oversee the cash management of the agency.
11. Organize, direct and control the retention of historical accounting and legal records, ensuring that all information is safely stored and retrievable.
12. Direct subordinates in the management of their assigned duties to ensure that objectives are being met.
13. Review and analyze current economic, financial and business environment trends to determine their impact on the agency and its policies.
14. Maintain relationships with the financial community, including lending institutions as well as federal, state and local grantors.
15. Performs other duties as required and determined by the Chief Executive Officer.
BS Degree in Business Administration, Accounting and/or Finance required and minimum five years experience commensurate with the job description, specifically governmental grants management. Experience with Single Audit and/or Non-Profit Accounting preferred. Demonstration of knowledge of Blackbaud Accounting Software, KRONOS Timekeeper and Crystal Reports required.