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Director of Operations / Finance

Overview Coordinates administrative and operational systems to support Club achievement of program and fundraising goals. Maintains financial records, prepares deposits, pays bills and balances books Responsibilities   Implements policies & procedures for all financial management functions. Ensure appropriate controls and compliance with generally accepted accounting procedures. Maintain, analyze and interpret general ledger. Maintains Quick Books for all functions, including payroll. Manages Accounts Payable and Accounts receivable. NAPtaxcredit management Complete donor applications Segregate expenses Employee benefits management Manage quarterly and annual retirement program Manage major medical benefit program Manage employee-paid dental and vision plans Manage life, STD and LTD per BGCA requirements Manage data and submission for state-sponsored food programs Assists in development of annual operating budget Prepares monthly financialreports Ensures timely completion of requiredreports to regulatory agencies Manages donations with Resource Development staff Embrace mission and vision of BGCA and the principles and practice of non-profit organizations   RELATIONSHIPS: Works closely with Executive Director and administrative staff Participates in community activities to maintain public trust in Club programs, service and activities Serves on a minimum of one civic organization Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with BGCA, related State agencies, Board members and other youth-serving organizations Qualifications Minimum of high school diploma; secondary education in relevant field preferred Strong communication skills, both verbal and written Ability to multi task and develop solutions with minimal supervision Organizational skills Proficient in basic Microsoft Office applications Proficient in Quick Books, or, ability to learn program within 30 days 2018-3379
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
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