Good Samaritan Family Resource Center (GSFRC) is an innovative multi-service non-profit agency located in San Francisco’s Mission District. Its mission is to help low-income and immigrant families access needed services, develop self-sufficiency, and participate fully as members of the community. The Center operates a licensed bilingual pre-school, elementary and high school after-school academic and social programs, summer youth clinics and case management services for client families. Our staff is a diverse and talented team willing to take different and unique approaches to help children, youth and families thrive and succeed. For more information, visit our website at www.goodsamfrc.org.
GSFRC is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and equitable work environment. We are proud to employ people of all backgrounds who possess a passion for GSFRC’s mission, vision, and core values. Our goal is to employ a workforce that supports racial equity, values differences, and celebrates unique perspectives. Everyone is welcome - as an inclusive workplace, our employees are comfortable bringing their authentic whole selves to work.
GSFRC offers an excellent benefits package to full-time employees. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance with low employee contributions, life insurance, and vacation, sick time, generous holiday time off and a 401K plan with employer contribution.
Under the supervision of the (Executive Director/ED), the Director of Finance is responsible for safeguarding the assets of the agency and ensuring that all financial functions meet the needs of the agency and its constituencies. The Director of Finance will lead and enhance the organization’s finance operations and manage ongoing financial accounting and budgeting processes. Responsibilities include oversight and performance of duties and tasks, as needed, associated with all aspects of finance, including financial accounting and internal controls, budgeting, analysis and reporting, insurance, financial management of contracts, yearly audit and tax filing, and general administration.
The Finance Director will also oversee all revenue contracts and grants and will collaborate with the Executive Director, Deputy Director, Directors/Program Managers, and the Fiscal team to ensure that programs remain on budget and that agency services are scaled to financial means. The Finance Director will also collaborate with Fund Development/Program Director staff in preparing grant proposal budgets.
This position requires a hands-on financial professional who is prepared to address and resolve issues in real time. It is critical that the Finance Director gain the trust and confidence of the Executive Director, the Board of Director’s Finance Committee, Team Members, and, in conjunction with the Controller/Accounting Manager, serve as the financial and administrative advisor to the agency. The Finance Director will provide the Board of Directors with appropriate access to GSFRC’s financial information through the Executive Director and the Chair of the Finance Committee.
http://www-comic.com/?m=20110327 Responsibilities and Duties:
- Set up accounting system in QuickBooks Nonprofit Desktop version
- Analyzes and implements updates to the computerized accounting systems; develops or revises accounting systems to meet changing needs and to insure uniformity.
- Interprets and applies legal and administrative concepts to fiscal function. Performs preparation, monitoring and analysis of multiple fund accounts providing monthly and annual financial statements, informational reports, analysis and revisions of such budgets as necessary.
- Disburses, records and reports income and outlay of funds.
- Develops and maintains appropriate journals, ledgers and supporting work papers, including inventory of fixed assets and depreciation.
- Prepares monthly, year-end and periodic financial statements and reports
- In close consultation with the Executive Director and Administrative team, prepares budgets, revisions, modifications and financial reports for grants and contracts
- Submits monthly, quarterly and periodic requests for reimbursement to multiple granting sources and prepares required reports, meeting source deadlines
- Custodian of petty cash
- Reviews federal, state, local and agency procedures, policies and fiscal requirements and implements any changes required to assure compliance with contracts and regulations
- Responsible to support the coordination of annual agency audit, and periodic audits required by funding agencies, providing requested information, reconciling differences and modifying procedures as well as being available in person on-site as required for audits.
- Implements and oversees systems of internal controls to meet grantors’ contractual requirements
- In close consultation with the Controller/Accounting Manager and Deputy Director/Executive Director, develops annual agency and program budgets and provides budget vs actual quarterly, biannual and annual P& L
- Manages bank account statements, deposits, balances and reconciliation.
- Assists with grant applications and ensures that all required fiscal reports are available by the deadline.
- Manages and oversees fiscal staff and provides mentoring, coaching, training and performance feedback on a consistent basis.
- Leads monthly fiscal reviews to ensure program budgets remain on plan and adjustments to budget are logically and correctly established when needed.
- Provides leadership and support to the GSFRC Board and related Finance and Audit Committees as applicable
- Develops and maintains effective working relationships with staff, Board of Directors, representatives of funding sources, creditors, auditors and other community businesses
- Helps to oversees all financial accounts of the agency, and prepares financial analyses and pro forma modeling as requested by the Executive Director, Management team and Board of Directors.
http://dnasab.net/tag/dnasab/ Minimum Qualifications:
- BA/BS degree in Accounting required, CPA and/or MBA preferred
- Prior nonprofit experience with fund accounting and handling various fund sources (i.e.: Federal, County, State, etc.)
- Proficiency in accounting and financial modeling software
- 3 years experience in leading a team of passionate individuals in a virtual and in person environment
- 5 years of proven problem solving, planning capability in a nonprofit environment
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- Must be highly motivated and self-directed.
- Strong written and oral communication skills
- Strong organizational and time management skills
- Ability to work independently, effectively as an individual and part of the team.
- Ability to use discretion and independent judgement.
- Communicate effectively with a variety of individuals representing diverse cultures and function calmly in situations that require a high degree of sensitivity, tact, and diplomacy.
- Ability to meet deadlines and handle crises.
(Flexible Scheduling/Remote Work: This position is eligible for remote work. While eligible for remote work, it requires, at minimum, occasional in-office availability during regular business hours in order to work directly with the Executive team and audits as needed).
Note: Must pass criminal background and sanctions check, TB screening, COVID Vaccination proof and testing.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, religious creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability, veteran status, and any other status protected by state or federal law.