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.
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.
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 .