Charitable Advisors LLC
  • 21-Mar-2019 to 20-Apr-2019
  • - Indiana Association for the Education of Young Children
  • Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • Full Time

The Chief Financial Officer provides executive leadership, direction and oversight of all fiscal functions of the organization in accordance with GAAP, along with nonprofit fiscal management practice.  The CFO establishes overall accounting, budgeting and financial reporting policies and procedures to ensure effective controls are in place and to satisfy the informational requirements of IN AEYC's senior leadership, management, the Board of Directors, independent auditors, government and other contracting agencies, customers and donors. The CFO manages all programs and services related to accounting, budgeting, financial reporting and forecasting, contracts, and banking. Directly reporting to the CFO is the Senior Accountant.
Qualifications:     CPA required.  
1. Bachelor's degree in accounting, business or other related field required.  Master's degree in accounting preferred.
2. Minimum of ten years' experience as a Controller or Senior Accountant, supervising accounting staff. 
3. Proven ability as a financial manager for a $2 -$10 million non-profit organization with state and federal contracts. 
4. Proven ability as the lead accounting professional with substantial experience and tangible accomplishments. 
5. Minimum of two years of experience in an executive leadership role including supervision staff. 
6. Proficiency in contract and financial management software, including the Blackbaud Financial Edge software. 
7. Demonstrated skills in grant management and program implementation. 
8. Demonstrable experience with nonprofit contracting and financial auditing, especially A-133 audits. 
9. Applicant will be subject to criminal history check as required by the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration, Office of Early Childhood and Out of School Learning. 
10. Ability to work in a team environment. 
11. Ability to be highly analytical. 
12. Ability to manage and track multiple projects with self-direction, and flexibility.  

Job Responsibilities:        
1. Ensure the effective and efficient use of systems to manage the overall financial health of the Association. 
2. Proficient user of the Association's accounting system.  Provide leadership in the technology to continually improve the process flow and efficiency of accounting tasks. 
3. Manages financial forecasting, annual budgeting and reporting for the Association.  Uses effective policies and procedures to ensure that all financial transactions meet corporate objectives, as well as government and funder requirements. 
4. With the Executive Director, responsible for staffing of the Finance, Audit Committees and Philanthropic Council of the Governing Board. 
5. Provide timely and accurate analysis of organizational budgets, current financial trends and forecasts. Analyze and evaluate the company financials as related to company objectives. 
6. Oversees all fiscal reporting activities for the organization including P &L statements, balance sheets, cash flows payroll, and various reports to funding agencies.   
7. Set obtainable yet ambitious goals and outcomes for the Association project area and direct progress toward meeting grant performance objectives. 
8. Oversee the management of the day-to-day relationship with all Association banking partnerships ensure adequate cash flow to meet the organization's needs.
9. Responsible for formulating financial policy and planning for the Association. 
10. Oversee all annual audits and other government audits. 
11. Establish and maintain strong relationships with Senior Directors so as to identify their needs and provide business solutions that support and drive their business goals.  
12. Provide leadership in the development of continuous evaluation of short and long-term strategic financial objectives. Provide recommendations to strategically enhance financial performance and business opportunities. 
13. Partner with the Executive Director and Senior Directors on the strategic vision including fostering and cultivating strong relationships. 
14. Revise, develop and implement state and local corrective action plans, if needed. 
15. Responsible for managing, planning, developing, recommending, and monitoring processes and systems and controls to be used in internal auditing throughout the Association.  
16. Safeguard the assets of the company through continual improvements to internal controls. 
17. Work with Human Resources to investigate cost-effective benefit plans and other fringe benefits which the organization may offer employees and potential employees with the goal of attracting and retaining qualified individuals. 
18. Stay abreast of changes in the Nonprofit Sector through involvement in industry organizations to enable benchmarking Association practices against industry standards and requirements. 
19. Provide professional development and leadership to Finance Department staff. 
20. Participate in state level planning thorough contracts and other initiatives. 
21. Participate in all contractor meetings as needed. 
22. Ability to stand or sit for long periods of time. 
23. Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds. 
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The Indiana Association for the Education of Young Children is an equal opportunity employer.  Indiana AEYC is committed to the practice of fair employment, compensation and promotion without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, ancestry, age, status as a veteran or any other category protected by Federal, State and local laws.

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