Jewish Family & Career Services of Atlanta (JF&CS) offers best-in-class, person-centered programs and resources to transform lives. Building on our 125-year history, we are here to help individuals and families of all faiths live to their full potential.
Guided by Jewish values, we are a welcoming community, and our experienced professionals bring integrity and compassion to their work in the fields of aging and older adults, career counseling, dentistry, mental health, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and need-based support services. We serve thousands of individuals annually regardless of age, race, religion, national origin or ability to pay.
JF&CS is now seeking a Chief Financial Officer.
The Chief Financial Officer provides leadership and oversight for the fiscal and business operations of JF&CS and the JF&CS Foundation, including accounting and finance/treasury. This position requires the ability to develop and manage complex financial and business systems in a fast paced, growing and entrepreneurial human services setting, and to work closely with agency senior leadership, board and staff. This position requires strong interpersonal and problem solving skills, organizational excellence, and strong support of the agency mission. This position reports directly to the agency CEO, with consistent interaction with the board of directors of the agency.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
• Oversees all financial aspects of JF&CS.
• Participates as a leader in setting ongoing strategy for JF&CS as a whole in collaboration with other Chief Officers.
• Provides reporting including reporting to the Budget & Finance committee, Board of Directors, agency funding sources and regulatory authorities.
• Oversees timing and execution of all billing and collections of all fees, including private payments as well as third party payment reimbursement, including processes for timely and complete filing and collection of reimbursements of client insurance payments, Medicare, Medicaid, and supplemental insurance submitted/filed.
• Directs and oversees all accounting functions including the general ledger, payroll, accounts payable, and accounts receivable related to pledges, grants, and fees.
• Directs annual budgeting process including budget preparation, budget monitoring, and analysis and revision. Works in collaboration with Chief Program Officer and the Grants Department to develop and refine proposed and existing program budgets, and to prepare proposals and reports.
• Manages agency cash flow to meet organizational needs, negotiates line of credit and oversees all cash accounts.
• Functions as a staff liaison to and reports to the following board committees: Budget & Finance and Audit.
• Oversees investment and use of agency endowments and restricted funds and serves as staff liaison to the JF&CS Foundation Board of Directors.
• Coordinates and directs annual Financial Statement Audit and 401(k) plan Audit and reporting of the Audits to the Audit Committee and Board of Directors.
• Develops financial modeling and analysis for agency and program planning, business development, building purchase and financing, as necessary.
• Establishes and maintains internal controls over financial activities and financial reporting, accounting policies and procedures and ensures compliance with requirements of government and private funders.
• Responsible for preparation and filing of 990s and 5500s.
• Oversees Fiscal Components of Agency Accreditation Process and regulatory reviews.
• Develops and oversees comprehensive risk management plan and reporting to the Board of Directors. Includes annual analysis of insurance coverages and renewal of policies.
• Manages insurance claims and implementing safety procedures to reduce risk.
• Responsible for comprehensive disaster recovery plan.
• Supervises the Controller, who oversees the finance department.
• Participates in program planning and evaluation and provides financial data and analysis necessary.
PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE: Must have sufficient knowledge of the following:
• Employee benefits such as pensions, insurance, paid leave, awards and bonuses, pay for time not worked etc.
• Principles, theories, and practices of employee relations.
• Principles, theories and practices of personnel/human resource management.
• Principles, theories and techniques of job classification and/or job analysis.
• Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended.
• Title XIX.
• Fair Labor Standards Act and related employment legislation.
• Applicable laws, rules, regulations and/or policies and procedures.
• Research methods, techniques, and/or sources of information.
• Testing and/or examination methodologies.
• Principles, theories, and practices of recruitment and selection.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
• Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) in finance/accounting required, Certified Public Accountant preferred; with 8+ years progressively responsible experience managing finance, accounting and operations. Work experience in a non-profit setting a plus. Five years minimum experience in supervision and management. Demonstrated knowledge and ability to provide leadership in the design, implementation and improvement of agency financial and business systems. Strong knowledge of organizational management. Strong analytical skills required. Ability to think strategically. Excellent communication skills, including the ability present financial information effectively to the Board, non-financial staff and the community. Excellent business judgment and financial acumen. Ability to manage and coordinate multi-faced projects. Ability to have a positive attitude and work both individually and in a team setting toward shared goals.
How to Apply?
To apply, please follow this link to locate the full job description and application: Jobs @ JF&CS