Charitable Advisors LLC
  • 25-May-2018 to 15-Jun-2018
  • - Girls Inc.
  • Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • Full Time

The Controller reports to the President and CEO, and works collaboratively as a member of the Leadership Team and with the Finance Committee of the Board of Directors. The Controller manages the agency's annual budgeting process, financial projections and reporting, and oversees cash flow.
 
Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold, enabling them to be confident in their own skin, prepared for their futures, proud of who they are, and ready to take their place in the world.
 
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
• Work collaboratively with the President/CEO & Executive Team on operational and strategic issues, provide recommendations to the President/CEO via financial analysis and projections, cost identifications and allocations, and revenue/expense analysis.
• Oversee and manage the annual budgeting, financial forecasting and cash flow plan for the organization, including the collection of client and donor data in conjunction with the Development department.
• Assist in increasing the agency's efficiencies through the interpretation of data and automation.
• Ensure the financial records are maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and prepare monthly financial statements accordingly.
• Assist in the preparation of grant documents as it relates to financial projections, budgets, and reporting.
• Maintain chart of accounts and all financial records and reports and prepare all journal entries. 
• Develop managerial accounting reports in partnership with other department managers including development of grant budgets for funding proposals and grant budget follow-up reports.
• Manage accounts payable and payroll systems.
• Monitor and recommend changes to internal financial controls.
• Attend all Board meetings and lead discussions of agency financials with the Board of Directors in conjunction with the Board Treasurer. Participate as a core member of the Board Finance Committee and attend all meetings of that Committee.
• Manage the annual audit process and all tax related filings.
• Maintain employee records and manage benefits enrollment for new employees.
• Ensure that the agency adheres to accounting pronouncements established for all 501 (c) (3) organizations.
• Supervise property and casualty insurance relationships.
• Coordinate activities with the agency's financial institutions (checking, savings, and investment accounts).
• Collaborate and work with other departments to understand their needs and involve them in financial functions.
• Perform other duties as assigned by the President & CEO.
 
Required Skills:
o Bachelor's degree in accounting; CPA preferred
o Minimum 5 years related work experience
o Previous experience with fund accounting, accounts payable, payroll, and general ledger, non-profit experience preferred
o Knowledge and understanding of internal controls and dedication to maintaining confidentiality
o Knowledge of and experience with spreadsheet applications and accounting software, Office software applications, and accounting software' preferably QuickBooks
o Ability to communicate clearly the financial condition of the organization both orally and in report form
o Ability and experience in working with financial committees, non-profit board experience preferred
 
Core Competencies:
o Demonstrated commitment to the mission of Girls Inc. and its constituents
o Represent Girls Inc. in an appropriate manner in all settings
o Demonstrated ability to think innovatively and creatively
o Ability to work individually and as part of a team
o Ability to multitask and adapt in a dynamic environment
o Knowledge of Microsoft product software
 
Click the APPLY button to apply onlineby June 15, 2018.



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