Director of Finance and Human Resources

The CFO must have a sincere desire to serve older adults in a quality care setting, providing excellence and consistency in the facility.  Must strive to provide long term financial viability through careful planning and responsible operations.

Job Responsibilities
· Develop goals, objectives and operating standards for accounting and human resources.
· Develop and maintain all personnel procedures for workers compensation.
· Oversee policy and procedures fvaluation program of all employees.
· Attending employee conferences which include disciplinary and termination conferences if assigned by Executive Director.
· Assist in maintaining policy and procedures Labor Board issues.
· Oversee Payroll reporting and processing.
· Oversee benefit record keeping.
· Assist with the development and implementation of facility goals, objectives, policy decisions and quality improvement programs.
· Attending department Director’s,staff and committee meetings.
· Oversee and maintain records for all financial operations to include accounts receivable, accounts payable, general ledger, monthly invoices, manage cash flow and bank reconciliations.
· Prepare and distribute monthly financial reports to Directors.
· Responsible for transfer of funds and all other financial transactions.
· Monitor the financial and operating bond covenant requirements and report to appropriate entities.
· Coordinates annual independent audit,supervising preparations of all related schedules.
· Responsible for annual operating and capital budgets.
· Assist Directors with preparing annual operating and capital budgets.
· Maintain records and give reports for and appropriately acknowledge all contributions, gifts, and grants to the Terrace, including but not limited to “Anne’s Purse”.
· Attend monthly board meetings and give financial reports for operations and capital budgets.
· Responsible for working with the Board’s Finance Committee, creates necessary reports and works with the committee to explain reports to ensure the board understands the facilities finances.
· Develop and implement fiscal policy and procedures to maintain adequate internal control and to ensure that loss control procedures are in place. 
· Maintains procedures and reports to ensure internal control of cash disbursements, cash handling, bank deposit preparations, receivables, payable and payroll.
· Develops financial models to assist Executive Director in the determination of viability of new proposed or ongoing programs.
· Responsible for creating and maintaining all employee and vendor files, which will include issuing timely1099”s as appropriate.
· Verify all contractor’s insurance and update records as necessary.
· Manages and controls all facility risk management and compliance policies and reporting, ensuring adequate insurance coverage, correct claims reporting, and corrective action measures taken.
· Participate in the business planning process, developing the facilities processes/procedures and functioning as an office business manager/partner to department directors and the Executive Director.
· Perform any and all other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance. Five years senior management experience preferably with an emphasis on financial/accounting, relating to business operations, preference given to individual with nonprofit experience or any other equivalent combination of education and experience.

CPA Certificate preferred.

Job Knowledge
Shallbe capable of making mature judgments and have no physical or mental disabilities or personality disturbances which might interfere with carrying out the responsibilities of the position. Must have working knowledge of personnel requirements and demonstrate the ability to manage all personnel programs, policies and resident care policies. Must have knowledge of and demonstrate accepted accounting principles, excellent computer and software skills. Must have organizational, managerial abilities and teaching skills in order to direct and educate staff. Should understand and have compassion for human behavior, and the psychological development of aging. Must possess ability to communicate well with people of different social and economic backgrounds.

Experience and Training
Must possess leadership ability, excellent planning, organizational skills,interpersonal skills, the ability to accept responsibility, administer the fcility budget to its fullest potential.  Experience in personnel issues. Should have a knowledge of proper accounting principles and possess excellent computer and software skills.  Should be honest; possess good judgment, tact, compassion and integrity.

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