Yachad/The National Jewish Council for Disabilities Yachad’s seeks an Administrator of Finance. We are seeking a capable and organized individual to oversee the financial administration of the organization and support its overall mission. Energy, passion, motivation, collaboration and excellent interpersonal communication skills are key! This position joins a strong, positive team and works as a key member of the organization’s strategic planning. The Administrator of Finance reports to the Director, collaborates closely with the Associate Director and works with the national finance and development departments.
What You’ll Do?
- Manage the day to day financial administration of the regional office located in Brookline, MA
- Manage the organizational budget, track expenditures by program and cost, manage invoices, reimbursements, and payments, conduct annual expense and invoice reconciliations
- Maintain fundraising database including tracking donations, development reporting and administration of solicitation campaigns and donor lists
- Follow up on program payments, invoicing and running reports for staff on program registration
- Provide financial support for the Director and Associate Director, including Board presentations
- Create reports, including tracking of expenses and creating prospective budgets for grants, donors and the national office re: annual budget
- Maintain relations with vendors; tracking their invoices in Quickbooks
- Submit weekly financial report to the national office tracking receipts
- Track employee credit card receipts and account for expenses in Quickbooks
- Multiple, simultaneous projects fast-paced environment
- Technical, analytical and focused work within Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
- Expertise-based problem solving.
- Authoritative, responsive and regularly required to update Director
- Communication is task based, technically oriented
What you bring to the role?
- Demonstrate strong executive functioning skills: highly organized, advanced knowledge of finance and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
- Capable of working independently, ability to multi-task and manage multiple projects simultaneously and prioritize effectively
- Oriented to responding to the Director and accountable to HQ
- Bachelor’s Degree with a degree in finance or accounting (minimum) and 5 years relevant experience in financial administration
- Strong written and verbal skills, with an ability to effectively and proactively communicate with a variety of stakeholders, including fellow staff, vendors, participants, families, community members, and senior staff in the organization
- Technology proficiency is a must. Experience and training in Microsoft Office tools, Quickbooks, and payment & attendance database software, as well as exposure to document management systems (DMS) preferred
- A commitment to inclusion of individuals with disabilities in community settings