Website Northwestern Ohio Community Action Commission
Our mission is to plan, develop and coordinate services designed to combate conditions related to poverty.
We are looking for an individual to direct the financial operations of the organization from an executive level including: development of program and agency-wide budgets, financial and record management systems, and the agency payroll process in compliance with all related program regulations, accounting and auditing standards, laws, and procedures.
Anticipated start date: January 2022
Schedule: Monday-Friday, exempt
Wage: $72,000 annual salary
- Oversee NOCAC financial operations in compliance with federal, state, and programmatic regulations following NOCAC financial policies and procedures (FPP), to ensure appropriate financial controls, documentation and management. Update NOCAC FPP’s as necessary, review with the Executive Director and present recommendations for Board approval. Communicate new or revised FPP’s to Directors and monitor for compliance.
- Develop and review budgets with the Executive Director prior to seeking Board approval to submit funding requests as part of a proposal or application.
- Prepare and present financial reports then submit per requirements of each funding source.
- Maintain and analyze financial records and reports.
- Develop and update cost allocation methods for direct charging costs to programs.
- Complete the year end close and set up the new budgets in the GMS financial system.
- Maintain the financial record-keeping system and retrieve information as requested.
- Maintain all contracts and grant agreements and monitor to ensure all are current or renewed as necessary.
- Complete or ensure completion of IRS Form 990, 990T, 550 and 1120 tax returns by required deadlines.
- Process annual Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation renewal by required deadline.
- Annually renew NOCAC vehicle registrations and maintain current vehicle inventory.
- Prepare Request for Proposal (RFP) to conduct the annual single agency and pension audit of NOCAC every five years.
- Coordinate and schedule the annual single agency, pension, and/or any additional funding source audits as they occur.
- Review final audit reports with the Executive Director and the Finance Committee for presentation to the full Board for approval.
- Supervise staff in the performance of their job duties and responsibilities including payroll, accounts receivable and accounts payable, inventory (including a fixed asset listing and depreciation schedule), computer network, phone system and issuance of 1099 and 1095.
- Assist the Executive Director in the administration of the NOCAC pension plan, including fiduciary responsibilities.
- Annually review insurance plans with the Executive and Human Resource Directors.
- Bachelor degree in accounting, business, fiscal management, or a related field.
- Five (5) years of experience in accounting including financial management, budgeting, auditing, supervision and application of computer spreadsheet software.
To apply for this job please visit nocac.org.