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Finance Director

Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley

The Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley located in Milford, NH offers before and after school programs, vacation camps, snow day programs, summer day camps, theater programs, athletics, recreational activities, and drug/alcohol misuse prevention programs to children in grades 1-12. We also provide early education programs for kids aged 3-5.

Each day when kids arrive at our Club they are offered age-appropriate activities in the arts, health and lifestyle skills programming, recreational opportunities, theater arts, and more! Our core programs engage young people in activities with adults amd peers that enable them to perform better academically, develop good character and citizenship, and adopt healthy lifestyles. 

The Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley is a large youth serving non-profit providing educational, health, prevention, arts and theater programs to youth and families in the greater Souhegan Valley. 
Working at the Boys & Girls Club means you are part of something special.  Part of a team that is passionate about making a positive impact in the Souhegan Valley community. 
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Finance Director to lead our finance and operational analysis as well as lend human resources support while acting as a strategic business partner with our leadership team.  As the leader of our internal business functions, you will be responsible for providing accurate and timely financial information which allows Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley to make informed decisions, to ensure stable operations, maintain relationships with banking institutions, to provide and monitor statistical reporting, and ensure that finance department is supplied with appropriate resources to perform their responsibilities.  The Finance Director will work under the supervision of the Executive Director.

• Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business, or a business-related discipline.  Masters preferred.
• 5+ years of accounting/finance/business experience and a minimum of 2 years supervisory responsibility
• Knowledge of accounting and finance & payroll software applications such as Quickbooks and Paylocity.
• Expertise in Microsoft Office products (Excel, PowerPoint, Word)
• Analytical skills must address the full range of issues including strategic planning, technology, and economics from an operational and strategic standpoint
Core Competencies:
• Display the personal attributes of integrity and compliance, personal leadership, commitment to our mission, performance driven work ethic.
• Team leadership and staff development abilities. 
• The ability to foster collaboration across departments and functions to facilitate progress towards broader organizational goals (i.e. “see the forest through the trees”).
• Pivotal to “telling the story” of financial results to the executive team and board of directors and optimizing decision making across the organization.
• Provides overall fiscal and strategic business leadership for the organization.
• Works with Management Staff and Program Directors to optimize fiscal outcomes, ensuring the on-going fiscal health of the organization.
• Tracking cash flow and financial planning, analyzing the entity’s financial strengths and weaknesses, and proposing corrective actions.  Oversees and manages weekly cash flow and accounts payable, approving all payables. Ensures effective cash management and controls.
• Coordinates, supervises and oversees the creation of the annual budget.
• Provides accurate financial and statistical information which will allow corporate governance and management to make informed decisions to facilitate financial stability and operational growth.     
• Prepares reports (both statistical and financial) for submission to major funding sources.
• Evaluates and implements financial management information systems.
• Maintains department compliance with all organization documentation requirement, federal and state requirements, and other policies and procedures including those related to corporate compliance. Maintains adequate financial records to satisfy internal needs and the needs of regulatory bodies, government entities, and funding sources.
• Ensuring that cash requirements are accurately reported, forecasted, and communicated to the Executive Director and Board of Directors.
• Develops and maintains business relationship with financial auditing firm, participates in the annual financial audit preparation, site visit, presentation, and follow-up work; Conducts cost analysis of auditing firm on a regular basis by getting quotes from other qualified vendors.
• Develops and maintains business relationships with banks and financial investment firms.
• Maintains compliance with organization, legal, and ethical responsibilities relative to maintaining confidentiality and professional boundaries.
• Oversees critical business functions such as A/R and grant reporting.
• Annually reviews the professional liability, comprehensive, property, auto, and related insurance plans in order to maintain the broadest available coverage for the least amount of premium.
• Assist the Executive Director and/or other management staff on any projects that may arise, which may require significant data, research or other input.
• Participates in Finance Committee meetings to present timely financial data to the board so that informed decisions can be made.
• Serves as member of Management Team, HR Committee and Finance committee.
• In partnership with the Executive Director ensure HR and benefit compliance and supervise administrative transactions.
• Acts as a liaison from Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley to outside agencies when deemed appropriate.

Benefits: Health Insurance, 401K, PTO, Life Insurance, Dental and Disability

Realize the difference you can make and take this opportunity to join our team!

How to Apply:

Send resume to Michael Goodwin at

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Date Added: May 7, 2020

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