Finance Jobs

Controller

One of the nation’s largest and most cutting-edge public media organizations is seeking a Controller. The ideal candidate for this position has a passion for public media, accounting, and grant administration. This position will serve as a key member of the Rocky Mountain Public Media Finance & Accounting team.

Finance Associate

The position will focus primarily on accounts receivable, deposits, staff credit card management, and processing deposits and check runs for WESTAF’s CaFE online software system

Sr. Accountant

The Gates Family Foundation (GFF) is a private family foundation based in Denver Colorado (www.gatesfamilyfoundation.org). GFF was established in 1946, and has distributed more than $350 million since it was created. Primary areas of focus for the Foundation include K-12 education, natural resources stewardship, and urban and rural community development. The Foundation is also a capital grantmaker in a broad set of areas including education, parks and recreation, social services, arts and culture, and community development. The Foundation’s grantmaking is focused on the state of Colorado. GFF is also home to seven family funds, essentially foundations within the foundation, with areas of focus that can differ from those of the main foundation. The largest of these family funds is a primary investor in the stem cell biology and regenerative medicine program at the Anschutz medical campus and in the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS) at the University of Denver.

Finance Director

The Finance Director plays a significant role in directing the financial operations of the organization and ensuring the quality of programs and services. Meeting the expectations of partners, funders, government entities, etc., is critical to maintaining the financial health of the organization. Oversees all financial functions including accounting, budget, credit, insurance, tax and treasury. Directs organization’s financial policies. Responsible for all organization accounting and human resource activities. Reports to Executive Director.

Comptroller

Erico Motorsports, Denver’s premier European motorcycle and scooter dealer, is looking for a Comptroller. Erico is located just 5 blocks north of Coors Field in the Rino Arts District. Housed in a cool, 1930s warehouse, we have been in business for over 20 years. Erico is known for its fun work environment, where initiative and talent are rewarded. In addition, we offer competitive benefits such as health, 401K and market wages. Erico is a non-smoking environment. Our work week is Tues-Sat, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. We are searching for someone with an outgoing, positive attitude, a proven track record of successful financial management, well-honed communication skills, a team player with the ability to take direction and execute with exactness, a multi-tasker, an organizational freak, and a quick leaner who can master our accounting system quickly. Dealership experience would be a big plus!

BANK RECONCILIATION ACCOUNTANT E 996

This position is responsible for managing the University’s Bank accounts to ensure there are enough reserves to cover all University issued checks, as well as maximize the cash on hand at the treasury to ensure our average daily cash balances are optimal to maximize our interest earning potential.

Foundation Impact Communications Manager

Right now, we are seeking a Foundation Impact Communications Manager, based at Western Union’s global headquarters in Englewood, Colorado.

The role is responsible for creating and delivering an annual calendar of marketing and communication campaigns and activity to create awareness and engagement in the WU Foundation’s social impact to internal and external stakeholders and measuring success of the campaigns.

Proposal Writer

The Proposal Writer plays a key role in asset generation and client retention by developing compelling proposals and client materials aimed at executing on sales and client service objectives. The Proposal Writer is responsible for managing the proposal process in its entirety, serving as writer, project manager and search/tender champion. The Proposal Writer will collaborate with individuals at all levels of the organization and, as necessary, with key external constituents, including consultants, clients and prospects. The Proposal Writer partners with key stakeholders enterprise-wide – including Legal, Compliance, Investments, Product Management/Development, Sales – to ensure proper positioning and messaging of the firm’s products, staff, protocols and services in proposal and client materials, which include RFIs, RFPs, DDQs and other client materials. The Proposal Writer effectively manages projects to completion, adhering to strict deadlines.

Chief Operating Officer

As Judi’s House/JAG Institute continues to grow, the importance of integrating an experienced Chief Operating Officer (COO) into the organization has become clear. One of the main responsibilities of the COO will be to increase and sustain operational capabilities that facilitate the delivery of critical grief resources and measurable impact to more grieving children and families in Colorado and beyond. Reporting to the CEO, the COO will lead the internal operations of the organization, overseeing financial, legal, administrative, human resources (HR), information technology (IT), physical infrastructure, and the operational components of all initiatives. This seasoned, strategic, process-minded, and action oriented leader should have experience scaling initiatives, leading a team, and developing a service oriented performance culture among a group of diverse, talented individuals. The COO must be a leader who is able to help others deliver measurable, cost-effective results that make the organization’s vision a reality, including demonstrating skills in business plan development for future growth and expansion. This organized and motivated individual must have strong time, resource, project, and change management skills that can be applied towards improving planning processes and work flow. Business acumen in the areas of product development, program scaling, sustainability planning, and marketing are necessary, as well as operational experience in a behavioral health or health care setting. Importantly, the successful COO will have the management and leadership skills to tap into the strengths that each member of the team brings to this mission, facilitating accountability internally as well as to external stakeholders. While it is essential that the COO bring efficient and effective systems to increase the productivity of the organization, it is also critical that changes consider the creative and compassionate spirit that drives the team and its individuals.

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