Helping Hands Hawaii, a 501(c)(3) non-profit social service agency, is seeking a full-time Chief Financial Officer to provide oversight and direction of the agency’s financial operations.
- Serves as the President & CEO’s liaison with all agency Program Managers and Directors regarding development and management of program budgets in the current year as well as future projections and long-term strategic planning
- Plans and coordinates the preparations of the annual budget; prepares financial forecasts for the agency, including projecting balance sheet and income statements reflecting present trends and plans; obtains input from program manager on funds, expenses, and projects; keeps the President & CEO apprised of agency finances and trends.
- Serves on the Senior Management Team, and communicates with the Board of Directors and its Budget & Finance Committee.
- Plans and directs accounting and financial reporting operations using generally accepted accounting principles.
- Provides control and oversight for the agency’s banking activities, general ledgers, cash control and financial reports; to include development and compliance with written accounting policies and procedures. Monitors financial reports for possible risks and opportunities.
- Assists the President & CEO with business process analysis and solutions-based strategies to help the agency and its programs develop and maintain financial stability.
- Assists the President & CEO and V.P. of Human Resources, in the annual review of the 403b Thrift Plan to assure compliance with fiduciary responsibilities.
- Assists the President & CEO with monitoring contractual and grant compliance.
- Provides fiscal oversight and control of client trust accounts related to the Representative Payee program.
- Provides direct supervision to the Accounting Supervisor and Representative Payee accounting staff.
- Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or business administration.
- Five (5) years of progressively responsible job-related experience where knowledge and abilities have been demonstrated.
- Working knowledge of the principles, procedures, standards, practices and trends in the areas of finance, budgeting, accounting, and business management, and knowledge of the principles and practices of effective supervision.
- Requires demonstrated analytical skills and basic knowledge of computer operation and accounting software.
- Requires knowledge of federal/state law and county regulations and principles and practices of non-profit fiscal responsibilities and industry standards.
- Strong oral and written communication skills.
- Ability to manage multiple tasks, priorities, and timelines while also managing stress level and exercising self-care.
- Three (3) years of progressively responsible experience as a Supervisor with oversight of at least three (3) staff.
- Valid Driver’s license and willingness to use properly insured car.
- Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
- Three (3) years of specific experience with oversight of nonprofit finances, as a Chief Financial Officer.
- Strong organizational and time management skills