Finance Director

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January 29, 2018
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Coordinate the day-to-day general accounting, financial reporting, and financial analysis and strategy for the operations of a non-denominational Christian church.  Develop and improve the financial management, operating processes, and financial practices and controls for the organization


  • Process accounting transactions including:  accounts payables, receivables, expenses, investments, and payroll
  • Maintain the general ledger and completes journal entries, account reconciliations, accruals, and monthly closing process for preparation of timely, accurate, and complete financial statements
  • Analyze financials, trends, fluctuations, and ratios to explain results and identify improvement opportunities
  • Provide cash projections and evaluates funds available to support the day-to-day operating needs and capital or strategic investments
  • Lead annual budget process by recommending assumptions, establishing schedules, collecting and analyzing data, and consolidating financial information
  • Lead annual operating budget process through interaction with leadership and staff an presentation of results
  • Review and reconcile bank accounts and loan reports from bank
  • Review of legal documents (e.g., tax filings, loan agreements, real estate contracts)
  • Serve as primary contact with Banks and assess best financing and funding to support investments/expansions
  • Manage payroll process and ensure timely payment and reports
  • Coordinate annual benefit enrollments, providing update on changes to staff
  • Maintain personnel records in accordance with DOL standards and best practices
  • Develop preliminary steps of interview process, including advertising and resume evaluation


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or Business with MBA and/or CPA designation preferred
  • Minimum of 12 years of related financial experience
  • Experience working with churches or similar not-for-profit organizations
  • Strong working knowledge of general accounting principles, financial analysis, and effective business processes
  • Ability to work independently via established processes to effectively manage all aspects of church operations
  • Strong analytical, problem solving, research, project management, and organization skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate with all levels of leadership team to provide relevant, insightful information to drive decisions
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written able to convey a message that is clear and concise with proper direction
  • Solid understanding of accounting and financial reporting software tools, proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel formulas and PowerPoint presentations), QuickBooks and other supporting systems (or similar); ACS Software a plus
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