Director of Finance and Operations - Timmy Global Health
- 12-Oct-2020 to 11-Nov-2020
- - Timmy Global Health
- Indianapolis, IN, USA
- Salary is commensurate with experience; range low to mid 60s.
- Full Time
- Great health care package
Timmy Global Health is an international nonprofit organization, based in Indianapolis, that empowers communities to improve local health outcomes. The position is a detail-oriented, organized, and financially-savvy individual responsible for coordinating and growing the organization's finance and administrative operations in an effective and efficient manner.
This is a new position for Timmy Global Health. The organization has gone through a significant transition during Covid and the right candidate would possess a level of strategic thinking and experience to help guide the organization through the next phase of our work. The Director of Finance & Operations will be involved in transitioning responsibilities and activities that currently reside with other team members and with external professional services firms. Working to enhance processes and procedures for the finance function will be a high priority in the short term.
The Director of Finance & Operations will oversee a Finance Intern (as needed). This position will serve as part of the organization's leadership team and will report to theExecutive Director.
Manage the day to day finances for Timmy Global Health, on tasks including but not limited to:
● Assisting in the creation, tracking, and reconciliation of the annual budget, including the development and forecasting of an annual budget narrative and budget workbook
● Monitor, manage, reconcile, and forecast cash
● Key point of contact for the annual audit, including the provision of materials and workpapers used to summarize the fiscal year
● Ensure accurate financial reporting in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, including reporting restricted vs. unrestricted funds, and maintains records for both incomes and expenses, working within various systems to validate and categorize information
● Collaborate with the Director of Programs to reconcile international partner transactions
● Regular review of financial statements /general ledger details; responsible for closing the monthly books and preparing financial statements
● Data entry for all Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Prepayments and Accruals, Staff Expense Reports, General and Restricted Donations, International Cash Reconciliation, Trip Payments etc
● Experience with grants management
● Work in connection with the Executive Director and Board Treasurer on all major financial changes, updates, and in review of monthly statements and regular wire requests
● Organize and lead, along with Board Treasurer, monthly Finance Committee meetings, providing organizational updates and financial planning items
● Maintain organizational software and hardware, including but not limited to: Google Suite (Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Calendar), Office365, and Salesforce. Serve as a liaison with vendors regarding day-to-day computer issues
● Maintain and implement organizational policies, procedures, and service standards- including but not limited to: management of current and archived files (paper and electronic)
● Work to maintain the headquarters office building in Indianapolis, including but not limited to:
monitoring and maintaining contracts with vendors for lawn care, cleaning services, and office equipment, including copiers, printers, and phones. Call for service and/or repair as required.
● Assisting in the planning and implementation of goals within the Finance & Operations committee
● Manage relationships with professional services firms, including bookkeepers, bank, auditors, tax preparers, HR, and legal
● Partner with the Executive Director and other team members to support the strategic goals of TGH
● Work closely with the Development and Marketing team on events and campaign financials
● Serve as a positive ambassador and liaison to vendors, donors, volunteers, and other stakeholders; ensure that stakeholders are treated in a professional and courteous manner
● Assist the Executive Director in the coordination of board meetings: this includes scheduling, sending communications, preparing and distributing materials, coordinating meeting minute documentation and finalization, and following up on action items
● Some international and domestic travel required; COVID permitting
Qualifications and Skills
● Minimum five years of finance, administrative, business, or related work experience; CPA preferred
● Bachelor's degree in business administration, accounting, non-profit management, or a related degree
● Experience in fiscal management for a nonprofit organization or business, including nonprofit audits
● Experience using Microsoft Excel, Quickbooks, bill.com, Tallie, Salesforce, Google Suite and Office 365 and/or equivalent systems
● Ability to solve practical problems in a simple way and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists
● Excellent analytical skills
● Excellent ability to effectively present information, break down large financial concepts, and respond to questions from staff and leadership
● Detail-oriented; Highly organized and able to manage multiple projects
● Strong communications skills, both written and verbal
● Self-starter willing to explore new and better methods
● Confident working both independently and with a team; Able to work in a flexible environment and collaborate well with a remote team
● Spanish language proficiency is preferred
● Good sense of humor!
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