Careers

Part-Time Finance Manager

The Finance Manager is accountable for managing and maintaining all financial and human resource information and records for the corporation. This position works closely with the CEO, Executive Director, and Treasurer of the Board of Directors to assure proper accounting controls are maintained.  This is a part-time, 20-25 hour per week, 12-month hourly position and reports directly to the Executive Director.  Position may require occasional evening hours.

Specific areas of responsibility include:

  • Maintain financial information and records.  Prepare all financial statements and reports for the CEO, Executive Director, Treasurer, Finance Committee, and BOD
  • Preparation of Accounts Payable, Payroll, and Accounts Receivable
  • Manage cash balances
  • Prepare monthly bank reconciliation
  • Maintain investment records
  • Work closely with Executive Director in reconciliation of donor database
  • Prepare required schedules and reports for the annual audit and Form 990
  • Coordinate Human Resource functions and maintain Human Resource records
  • Asset Management
  • Ensure internal controls are followed as described by policies and procedural standards
  • Prepare the yearly budget
  • Prepare all required 1099’s
  • Attend Board of Directors meetings as assigned
  • Work closely with the Board of Director Treasurer to provide leadership to Finance Committee
  • Special projects and duties as assigned by CEO

Overall Accountabilities

  • Actively supports and promotes the organizations strategic and operational plans
  • Actively supports all efforts to increase cooperation, communication and collaboration between and among staff members and volunteers
  • Understands the importance of seeking a resolution to issues by working toward a solution in a timely manner
  • Seeks to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of Center operations with positive and creative approaches to challenges
  • Demonstrates sound time-management skills by effectively and efficiently organizing, prioritizing and completing multiple assignments in a timely manner
  • Maintains strict confidentiality when handling sensitive information
  • Embraces fund development as an important component of job-related responsibilities by contributing personally and seizing opportunities to emphasize our case for support
  • Maintains memberships in appropriate professional societies and keeps abreast of the latest trends in health, education, and community needs
  • Attends meetings as scheduled
  • Continually seeks and accepts opportunities for personal and professional growth
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the CEO and Executive Director

Qualifications

  • Four-year degree in accounting, finance, or equivalent experience
  • Experience in operations management of a not-for-profit
  • Knowledge of investment tools
  • Excellent  verbal and writing skills
  • Working knowledge and experience in the following computer applications:  QuickBooks Accounting software, Microsoft Word and Excel

Thank you for your interest in working for McMillen Health! While we may not always be hiring, please feel free to submit your resume and we will contact you if you are the right fit for the job.