Current Job Opening: Director of Finance
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FOOTHILL UNITY CENTER SEEKS A DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
For over 40 Years, Foothill Unity Center has helped neighbors in need with programs that focus on: Food, Health, Crisis Case Management, Job Development, Volunteerism and Housing and Homeless services.
Foothill Unity Center, a multi-service agency, serves as the region’s primary provider of integrated services that help individuals and families move out of poverty to reach economic stability. Our program model helps to advance equity in the San Gabriel Valley community. We are providing access and opportunities, removing barriers for the low-income and working poor, providing a safety net to the disadvantaged to prevent homelessness, and supporting the underserved homeless population by addressing their full spectrum of needs for the whole family. Foothill Unity Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, our tax id number is 95-4310817.
Position: Director of Finance FLSA Status: Exempt
Annual Salary Range: $90,000 – $105,000 Location: 790 West Chestnut Avenue,
Monrovia, CA 91016
Schedule: Full Time
Reporting to and in a partnership with the Chief Executive Officer, the Director of Finance will manage all financial functions, including accounting, billing, payroll, reconciling, budget development and tracking, financial operations, finance personnel management, insurance coverage, management of legal requirements, and projections for individual project budgets, grant budgets, and capital improvement budgets (as applicable).
Our ideal candidate will have an in-depth knowledge of nonprofit service agencies supporting underserved populations or similar nonprofit organizations and will contribute:
- Strategic vision, organizational planning, development, and oversight of the organization’s financial outlook
- Upper-level accounting and oversight of state and/or federal grant administration, budget development and supervision of support staff; in addition, will prepare, interpret, and analyze a wide variety of financial reports, and will assist in the development and implementation of agency administrative procedures
- Assistance in resource development by preparing budgets for grant proposals which fit into the organization strategy
- Consistent analysis of financial data; accurate, reliable, timely, and complete financial reports and statements that are presented monthly, quarterly, and annually; clear communications of monitored progress and changes in order to keep senior leadership and board governance abreast of the organization’s financial status
- Oversight of all accounts, ledgers, financial/accounting software, and reporting s ystems ensuring policies, internal controls, maintenance of financial records and recordkeeping systems, and procedures follow appropriate GAAP standards and regulatory requirements as well as or including fiscal management and grant programs
Our ideal candidate will possess:
- Bachelor’s degree in business, accounting, or related field
- Minimum of two years of nonprofit accounting experience
- Knowledge of principles, theories, methods, and terminology related to financial nonprofit accounting and reporting
- Outstanding communication with excellent speaking, written, listening, and presentation skills
- Established experience with finance department structure and managing finance department staff
- Proven problem solving skills that are effective through department challenges with staff, BOD, and colleagues
- Company paid Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
- Company paid Life and Long-Term Disability Insurance
- 401k plan
- Generous Personal LeaveMust submit applications and/or resumes electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a cover letter.
We help neighbors in crisis attain self-sufficiency by partnering with the community and we help neighbors in crisis attain self-sufficiency by partnering with the community and using our resources wisely to provide vital support services with love and dignity.
Foothill Unity Center envisions a community where . . .
- All have their basic needs met, including the need to give.
- All get the necessary support to become self-sufficient.
- All are treated with love and dignity . . . all the time.
Who we are:
Foothill Unity Center is a place of real hope and possibilities for people in crisis throughout the San Gabriel Valley…offering food, crisis case management, health services, job development, housing and homeless services for low-income people in twelve communities in the San Gabriel Valley. It is also a place for those that want to give back through volunteering, and therefore, truly serving the whole community.
Foothill Unity Center was founded in 1980 by Josephine Anderson in a borrowed church closet in Monrovia, California, and incorporated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in 1991. Since the beginning, it has been a continuous source of services for qualified low-income families and people in crisis. We are committed to being part of the collective effort to end social inequities in our nation, eliminate poverty, and to create a just society for all. Our record of service helped us earn the Federal designation as a Community Action Agency for the Foothill Area.
The Center has received major support and recognition from community leaders and organizations, including several distinguished awards for its work in the community. The Los Angeles Regional Food Bank (LARF) considers the Center to be a top food pantry in the County, recognizing it with both the LARF Community Spirit Award and the coveted Tony Collier Award for “leadership in the war against hunger.” The Center has also received the Spirit of Humanitarianism Award from the Volunteer Center of San Gabriel Valley, the Community Achievement – Torch Award from the 48th District Schools Involvement Program, and the Hunger Fighter Award from the California Hunger Action Coalition for its dedication and commitment to ending hunger in California.