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This is a senior-level position accountable for the fiscal, human resources, and administrative management of the Agency. Responsibilities include oversight of the Agency’s fiscal, administrative and technology records, maintaining adequate internal controls, financial reporting, payroll, grant management and compliance, the preparation of the Agency’s budget, and of the Agency’s annual audit and required tax filings. The Director of Finance and Human Resources is responsible for the supervision of the Bookkeeper, IT Support Specialist, and Administrative Assistant.

Primary Duties:

Financial Oversight and Development

  • Accountable for the fiscal oversight of the Agency,
  • Responsible for the preparation and administration of the Agency’s budget and works with Program Directors with implementation and accountability,
  • Responsible for maintaining adequate levels of cash for operations, including processing grant draws,
  • Maintains the Agency’s investment and banking relationships,
  • Develops and implements written financial procedures for the agency,
  • Is responsible for the timely preparation of budgets for grant applications, contract renewals and reporting,
  • Maintains an understanding of MaineCare reimbursement regulations,

Administrative Oversight

  • Supervise the Agency’s financial, technology and administrative office staff,
  • Provides oversight and security of the Agency’s technology operations,
  • Monitors the Agency’s insurance coverages,
  • Is responsible for the procurement standards for the Agency,
  • Responsible for the fiscal management of personnel benefits, enrolling new employees, and ensuring compliance for terminated employees,

Agency Leadership and Supervisory Functions.

  • Prepares fiscal reporting for the Board, and attends Board meetings, as necessary,
  • Regular attendee of the Finance and Personnel Committee meeting,
  • Recruit, hire, supervise, and release Admin personnel and volunteers, with the approval of the Executive Director
  • Contract for needed services to carry out the administrative plan
  • Participate in the Management Planning Team and agency senior leadership team
  • Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director

Requirements:
Education and Training:

CPA or Masters Degree in Business Administration and/or 5+ years of equivalent combination of education and experience.

Specialized Skills:
Proficiency with Microsoft Office products, including Word and Excel, and Outlook,
Experience with computer-based accounting systems,
Experience with computer-based payroll systems,
Solid understanding of internal control structures and fiscal reporting skills,
Proven ability to manage grant compliance,
Proven financial, accounting, and budgeting skills.
Generous Benefits Package:

  • 100% paid health for employee
  • Dental, life, disability and long term care insurance
  • 33 days of accrued earned time off per year
  • 403b retirement plan
  • Tuition reimbursement

HOW TO APPLY:

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