Director of Finance – Remote In State

Website MainePCA Maine Primary Care Association

Director of Finance
Reports to: Chief Operating Officer
Salary Range: $76,945-$94,130/yr

Are you passionate about community health and health equity? Do you want to work for a successful nonprofit whose staff say is “innovative, flexible and supportive”? If so, consider applying for the position of MPCA’s Director of Finance!  This role offers a fantastic opportunity for a qualified and enthusiastic individual to join our team to support MPCA’s financial operations.

Maine Primary Care Association (MPCA) is a membership organization that represents the collective voices of Maine’s Community Health Centers (CHCs), which provide high quality, primary and preventive medical, behavioral health, and dental services for 1 in 6 Mainers.

MPCA is seeking a Director of Finance who will collaborate with senior leadership to maintain finances according to generally accepted accounting principles and in accordance with policies established by the Board of Directors. The Director of Finance will balance multiple priorities and creatively use available resources to drive sound decisions to support MPCA’s financial health.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for day-to-day agency financial operations, program and project support, agency and proposal budgets, as well as grants administration;
  • Support corporate compliance efforts collaboratively with COO;
  • Organizational lead in managing the annual audit process;
  • Oversees the organization’s investment strategy;
  • Leads efforts to ensure timely and accurate grant reporting in collaboration with Director of Development;
  • Support implementation of federal grant- and contract-funded programs, ensuring appropriate funding levels for projects;
  • Support development/activation of new service opportunities;
  • Organizational lead in delivering training and technical assistance to MPCA membership on financial issues as needed.


Required Qualification and Experience:

  • Bachelor of Science Degree in accounting or business administration and 5-7 years of progressively responsible fiscal and/or business management.
  • Previous experience in a financial position with key management responsibilities, preferably in a non-profit or grant-funded environment.
  • A strong track record in grant administration.
  • Experience developing and implementing fiscal policies that promote integrity and high quality
  • 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 to 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


MPCA offers a highly competitive salary based on the experience and skills of employees. Additionally, MPCA provides a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, 403b match, ancillary benefits, and generous paid time off benefits.

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