Director of Finance & Administration
- Play a leadership role in supporting the execution of the organization’s strategic goals in alignment with its core values.
- Serve as a representative of TimeLine in various industry and community spaces.
- Manage the organization’s finances, including budgeting, cash flow management, payroll administration, accounts payable and receivable, reconciliations, recordkeeping, and financial reporting.
- Develop monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reporting for staff and board, and act as the strategic financial leader for decision-making at the staff and board level.
- Collaborate with committee chairs to serve as staff lead for the Finance and Campaign Finance board committees.
- Monitor and advise on cash flow, set up and maintain cash controls, and prepare current cash flow and forecasting reports.
- Develop and maintain an organizational accounting manual and advise on proper internal controls.
- Coordinate with external auditors for annual review, financial statement preparation, and tax return filing.
- Oversee all annual regulatory filings, state and local records, and ensure ongoing compliance.
- Manage insurance coverages, including acquisition, renewal, and claims processes.
- Maintain workers’ compensation and D&O insurance.
Operations and Facilities
- Oversee human resources by administering employee health insurance, benefits, orientation, and developing personnel policies and the employee handbook.
- Act as the organization’s safety officer.
- Serve as the primary liaison for facility-related issues.
- Manage information technology needs and coordinate external support as needed.
Five years of experience as a Director of Finance or equivalent.
A college degree in accounting or business finance, or equivalent experience required.
Availability to work occasional evenings and weekends as needed.
Demonstrated experience in budgeting, strategic forecasting, planning, and overseeing the financial, accounting, compliance, and risk management aspects of a complex organization.
Performing arts and/or non-profit finance experience and experience working with a board of directors are desirable, but candidates with equivalent experience in other settings (including for-profit) are encouraged to apply.
Strong knowledge of Microsoft software, especially Excel. Experience with QuickBooks accounting software is a plus.
Salary Range: $65k – $70k.
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