Position Title: Senior Director of Finance
Salary Range: $69,865 – $98,850
FSLA Status: Exempt
Time Commitment: 1.0 FTE
Reports to: CEO
Direct Reports: (1) Accounting and Human Resources Coordinator
Job Description Summary:
The Senior Director of Finance (SDF) is responsible for maintaining finances according to generally accepted accounting principles and in accordance with policies established by the Board of Directors.  S/he is responsible for day-to-day agency financial operations, program and project support, facilities management, as well as grants administration. S/he also supports corporate compliance efforts. The SDF is the organizational lead in managing the annual audit process, and in overseeing the organization’s investment strategy. S/he leads efforts to ensure timely and accurate grant reporting. Supports implementation of federal grant- and contract- funded programs and ensures appropriate funding levels for projects. Supports development/activation of new service opportunities. The SDF is also the organizational lead in delivering training and technical assistance to MPCA membership on financial issues of concern to them.
Key Accountabilities:

  • Models leadership through collaboration and use of interpersonal skills.
  • Partners with MPCA staff to address key financial performance issues and strategic risks and opportunities for the organization, and helps to foster an organization-wide culture of learning and accountability.
  • Exhibits capacity meet multiple deadlines while managing day to day routine accounting, cash management and reporting needs.
  • Has strong written, verbal and presentation skills with ability to communicate complex financial subject matter to various constituents with different financial literacies.
  • Demonstrates ability to navigate and interface various software systems to obtain data.
  • Exercises knowledge of, and ability to, generate financial modeling, forecasting, reports, and budgets.
  • Organizes/delivers training and technical assistance offerings for financial issues of concern to MPCA’s membership.
Key Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field; Master’s Degree preferred.
  • 3-5 years in professional leadership role, preferably in a non-profit setting and health care environment.
  • Thorough understanding of non-profit accounting principles and practices.
  • 3-5 year track record of successful grants administration.
  • Experience budgeting and working closely with program staff in program monitoring.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to coach and support staff at various levels.
To apply, applicants should send a cover letter, resume and list of three professional references to Lisa Frost at .