NCJW Pittsburgh Section is currently seeking a Controller.
The Controller is responsible for the financial management of the organization, including reporting, budgeting, forecasting, as well as administration of payroll and benefits, accounting, and facilities management. The Controller will report to the Executive Director (ED).
- Serving as staff support to Treasurer and Finance Chair and liaison to Finance, Investment, and Building Committees.
- Managing relationships with outside financial vendors, including but not limited to banks, insurance companies, and investment managers.
- Maintaining and tracking finances; analyzing and presenting financial statements in an accurate and timely manner; monitoring cash flow, providing timely cash flow reports, and ensuring appropriate fund transfers; managing all financial reviews and audits.
- Managing the accounts receivable and accounts payable functions, processing consignment checks, maintaining scholarship entries, overseeing donation tracking and reporting functions, and preparing and filing all required external reports, including but not limited to federal and state tax forms.
- Monitoring fiscal performance of Section, including all Section programs and activities.
- Developing an annual budget, in collaboration with the ED and all appropriate staff and volunteers.
- Monitoring year-to-date actual v. budget, making recommendations to the ED and Treasurer for improvements and modifications to budget.
- Administering payroll, PTO, health insurance programs and other employee benefits and coordinating new employee orientation.
- Managing and overseeing all facilities, including lease negotiations, tenant management, administration of business insurance, upkeep of physical plant, development and coordination of security, safety and evacuation plans, and supervision of maintenance staff.
- Managing information technology needs in collaboration with IT consultant.
- Other duties as assigned by the ED.
The qualified candidate should possess the following skills:
- Minimum Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or business administration
- Candidates with a CPA license or MBA preferred
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience in financial management and operations
- Proficiency with Microsoft office, Excel, financial and database software
- Experience with non-profit organizations is preferred
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Superior interpersonal and problem-solving skills
- Ability to work well in a team environment and under pressure
- Ability to interact professionally with ED, Board and staff at all levels of the organization
- Ability to work occasional nights and weekends