Senior Director of Finance
Senior Director of Finance
Job Description: Provide seeks an experienced and dedicated professional to lead and develop financial management an evolving organization. The Senior Director of Finance is responsible for creating and maintaining appropriate infrastructure for efficient financial processes for ensuring effective practices in the following areas: finance and budgeting. Founded in 1992, Provide is a national remote-work organization working to make sure that there is access to abortion, especially those to those living in rural communities and Southern and Midwestern states. Provide educates and supports health and social service providers to be able to give the care and support those facing an unintended pregnancy need. Our work is rooted in the on-the-ground realities of people’s lives and of the systems and resources that are available to them. We believe that everyone has a role in supporting access to abortion care, and that by giving people the tools and resources to play their role we can transform the way abortion is experienced where improved access is needed most.
This is a full-time (40 hours per week) remote work position open to applicants based in the United States.
The Senior Director of Finance reports directly to the Executive Director. As the Senior Director of Finance, this individual is a key architect and manager of financial infrastructure, working in close partnership with senior leadership and the Board of Directors.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Lead Financial Management – 80%
- Ensures timely, clear and accurate preparation of budgets and financial reports o Analyze, prepare and present financial and budget reports including monthly financial statements and quarterly budget reports for executive and managing directors and department leaders.
- Administer and oversee the annual budgeting and quarterly budget adjustment process; prepare annual and adjusted budgets; monitor progress and keep senior leadership informed of the organization’s financial status.
- Support managing directors and department leaders in the departmental quarterly budget adjustment process; train new leadership in processes to monitor and adjust departmental budgets.
- Lead the preparation of budgets and financial reports related to fund development requests and reporting.
- Manage organizational cash flow and forecasting.
- Assist the Executive Director to effectively communicate and present critical financial matters to staff and the Board of Directors.
- Prepares for and leads annual examination of the financial records, accounts, business transactions, accounting practices, and internal controls of a charitable nonprofit by an independent auditor. Supports the Board of Directors to periodically assess and procure audit services consistent with industry best practices
- Work directly with the Board Treasurer to prepare agendas and lead quarterly meetings of the Board Finance Working Group.
- Leads the review, creation and management of financial systems, seeking to promote efficiency and responsiveness to evolving organizational needs o Create, analyze and report on indicators on the financial health of the organization.
- Implement upgrades to organizational financial practice and infrastructure, as necessary based on organizational needs.
- Oversee the management of organizational investments in accordance with the Board approved organizational investment policy and strategy; keep senior leadership and the Board informed of investment status and performance.
- Improve and maintain Financial Controls Manual and other procedural manuals. o Leads and oversees all staff through monthly expense and reimbursement reporting with Expensify.
- Effectively performs critical accounting tasks
- Administer payroll and all employee benefits.
- Ensure approval and correct allocation of organizational expenses.
- Manage accounts payable, cash disbursements, accounts receivable and cash receipts.
- Manage and maintain accounting files.
Oversee Administration – 15%
- Coordinates and oversees consultant and vendor contracts for the entire organization.
- Assists HR Consultant with benefits selection/administration, interfacing with vendors.
- Maintains responsibility for agency compliance with federal and state business registrations, payroll tax accounts, charity registrations, insurance and all personnel matters.
Perform additional team responsibilities – 5%
- Attend team meetings via video conference regularly and with enthusiasm to foster creative collaboration and shared problem solving.
- Represent Provide at conferences and coalition meetings as requested.
- Serve as a public representative of Provide as requested.
- 9-10 years of work experience in complex nonprofit financial systems and administration required.
- Fluency in QuickBooks or similar accounting software.
- High level of computer literacy, including confidence using Microsoft Office Suite, Zoom, Adobe Acrobat, Expensify and Asana or similar project management tool.
- Experience with final responsibility for the quality and content of financial data, reporting and audit coordination.
- Highly developed judgement, decision-making and problem recognition and resolution skills.
- Enjoys challenges and has a strong drive to succeed.
- Track record in nonprofit finance, grants management and regulatory compliance.
- Ability to translate financial concepts to – and effectively collaborate with – colleagues with and without a background in finance.
- Ability to flexibly and efficiently coordinate collaborative processes.
- Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal skills.
- Demonstrated ability to set priorities, organize work, meet deadlines and manage multiple projects simultaneously. A strong attention to detail.
- Proven success working independently and with a team.
- Curiosity, creativity, and a sense of humor.
- Commitment to Provide’s core mission, values, and programs.
- Ability to function well in a remote work culture.
- Excellent communication skills (in-person, email, phone, status reports, managing documents, remote meetings).
- Good at independent problem solving.
- Comfort with using technology for collaboration.
Salary and Benefits
The Senior Director of Finance is a full-time 40 hours per week remote work position with a starting annual salary range of $85,000-$90,000 in addition to performance-based salary increases on a 12-month cycle for the first 24 months of employment, and on a 2-year cycle thereafter. Upon first day of employment, generous benefits include: employer paid group health and dental, 13 paid Provide holidays, paid vacation and sick leave, 4 weeks paid parental leave, long- and short-term disability, annual stipend for productive workspace, monthly stipend for phone and internet as well as an employee assistance program. We also offer 403b retirement plan with 3% employer contributions after six (6) months of employment.
Provide staff are 100% remote workers and we do not have a physical location. This is a remote position for an applicant based in the United States who can work with others on a remote team.
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