Summary

Works with the Executive Director and Finance Committee to develop and report afinancial plan for the Denver Inner City Parish

Description

 Works with the Executive Director and Finance Committee to develop and report a
financial plan for the Denver Inner City Parish.   

  • Responsible for annual audit i.e.,
    contracting auditor with approval from Finance Committee and providing
    information needed by independent auditor in a timely and complete fashion.
     
  • Prepares Budget in coordination with
    the Executive Team.  

    • Works with
      program directors to forecast program expenses.  
    • Works with
      Executive Director and Grant Writer to forecast all revenues. 
    • Prepares
      budgets needed for grant writing in a timely manner. 
    • Presents prepared budget to the Board of Directors for approval.
        
  • Grant Reporting – Prepare and
    process grant reports as requested.  

    • Healthy Food
      for Denver’s Kids – Prepare accurate monthly reimbursement
      requests/claims and process by the 15th of each month. 
    • USDA – Prepare
      accurate monthly reimbursement requests/claims and process by set
      deadlines. 
    • Food Systems
      Resiliency Grant (DDPHE) – Prepare accurate monthly reimbursement
      requests/claims and process by the 15th of each month. 
    • Denver Regional
      Council of Governments – Prepare accurate monthly reimbursement
      requests/claims and process by the 15th of each month. Enter
      required data into DRCOG portal and attend required trainings. 
    • Maintain
      accurate and up-to-date files.  
  • Bookkeeping – Enter deposits
    accurately based on organizational coding and reporting needs.  

    • Ensure
      deposits match bank to bookkeeping for monthly bank reconciliations. 
    • Maintain
      deposit files in accordance with organizational filing standards. Includes chronological filing, deposits
      matching QuickBooks and hard copy backup of deposit content.  
  • In coordination with the Executive
    Director, responsible for forecasting annual expenses for the
    administration section of the budget, and annual earned
    revenue
  • Maintains the chart of accounts and
    all financial records in accounting software (QuickBooks). 
  • Prepares the following reports, Accrual
    P&L, Cash P&L, Cash Flow, and Monthly Balance Sheet, by the 15th
    of every month. 
  • Human Resources – organizing,
    coordinating, and managing DICP’s current employees to carry out the
    mission, vision, and goals.   

    • Responsible
      for maintaining all employee files and all other human resource issues. 
    • Ensuring
      employees follow all policies and procedures. 
    • Suggesting
      changes in policies and procedures based on employee and company needs. 
    • Researching
      compensation standards set by industry and governing bodies in order to
      create salary structures and administer employee benefits. 
    • Attending
      interdepartmental meetings with other managers. 
    • Responsible
      for new employee orientation regarding benefits, timeclock, background
      checks and the employee handbook.  
    • Manage the
      annual benefit enrollment and new hire enrollments.   
  • Payroll – Responsible for managing
    DICP payroll system (Paychex) including preparing payroll, time management
    system and tracking benefits.   

    • Process
      payroll and record in QuickBooks based on organizational coding and
      reporting needs. 
    • Maintain
      accurate and up-to-date payroll files. 
    • Communicate
      positively and effectively with staff regarding payroll needs including
      timesheet requirements, deadlines, etc.  
  • Responsible for timely invoicing all
    accounts receivable and paying all accounts payable.  
  • Responsible for all bank deposits
    and tracking those deposits. Provides revenue data to Executive Director
    to ensure checks and balances. Responsible for tracking all expenses and
    issuing credit card reports to staff members with credit cards and
    reflecting those expenses in P&L’s 
  • Primary contact with bank,
    requesting new credit cards and closing old cards. Work with the bank and
    staff to report any fraudulent charges. Checking online banking daily to
    ensure capturing of deposits, withdraws and fraudulent activity. 
  • Manage the archiving of current as
    well as previous fiscal years’ files.  
  • Assist management with important
    financial decisions. 
  • Monitor a company’s financial
    reports and determine ways to reduce costs. 
  • Prepare financial documents such as
    business reports, financial forecasts and statements to understand the
    financial state of business. 
  • Work with the ED, Finance Committee,
    and investment Advisor to manage the DICP investment account, including
    withdraws and deposits.  
  • Assist with additional tasks as
    needed.  

 · Strong organizational skills with the ability to handle multiple
tasks efficiently. 

· Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability
to interact compassionately and professionally with diverse populations. 

· Attention to detail and ability to follow procedures accurately
and timely.  

  • Ability
    to be flexible and multitask. 
  • Ability
    to work and meet deadlines in a fast paced, team setting with multiple
    distractions. 

· Ability to work effectively in a team and independently. 

· Proficient computer skills and advanced experience with
QuickBooks, Microsoft Office, virtual meeting applications and databases. 

· Commitment to the mission and values of the organization. 

· Understanding of GAAP 

· Use of Microsoft Office applications, including Word and Outlook.
Advanced Excel skills, including use of Pivot tables and V Lookup 

· Outstanding relationship-building skills 

· Demonstrated leadership skills. 

· Strong written and verbal communication skills 

· Excellent analytical skills including the ability to apply basic
math principles. 

· Excellent organizational and time management skills 

· Ability to prioritize and use good judgement. 

· Ability to understand and interpret applicable laws, policies,
regulations, rules, guidelines, etc. 

· Ability to prepare and present analysis of issues and translate
complex information into easily comprehensible terms. 

· Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
with employees at all levels. 

Supervisory responsibilities 

None at this time 

Work environment 

Private office in a community center that provides direct services.
The controller will interact with staff, board, auditor, contract staff and
foundation partners on a regular basis either in-person or virtually.  

Physical demands 

  

· The physical demands described here are representative of those
that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions
of this job. 

· While performing the duties of this job, the employee is
occasionally required to stand, walk, sit, and use hands and fingers to handle
or feel objects, tools, or controls. Reach with hands and arms, climb stairs,
talk, or hear. The employee must occasionally lift or move office products and
supplies up to 25 pounds. 

· Reasonable accommodation in the work environment may be made to
enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

  

Travel required. 

The Controller may need to travel to attend conferences,
training and other events as required to acquire and maintain proficiency in
fulfilling the responsibilities of the position. 

Required education and experience.  

  • Bachelor’s
    degree in accounting or finance or related field. 
  • Knowledge of non-profit accounting rules and best practices 
  • Experience with budgeting, cash flow
    reporting, P&L reporting, balance sheet creation, and forecast
    reporting. 
  • Previous
    experience working in a non-profit, social services, or related field. 
  • 5+
    years of professional level accounting experience in a management role. 
  • 3+
    years working in the non-profit sector or with city/state/municipal
    governments in a leadership role. 
  • Knowledgeable
    of and adept at account management principles, and customer service. 
  • Knowledgeable
    of and adept at financial, project/program and grants accounting. 
  • At least 3 years of experience managing a non-profit budget
    higher than $1M.  

Preferred education and experience  

  • Bilingual
    proficiency in languages commonly spoken in the community served. 
  • Master’s
    degree in accounting or MBA in accounting or finance or related field. 

· Hold and maintain a CPA license.  

Position Type/ Expected Hours of Work: 

This is a full-time position that requires a minimum of 40 hours
per week. This is a result driven position and is not paid overtime pay for
hours worked over 40 hours a week. This is an in-office position, with some
flexibility for scheduled remote work. 

Other duties 

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or
contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that
are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and
activities may change at any time with or without notice.  

BENEFITS

This position is a Full-Time, Salaried, Exempt position. Salary: $75,000 – $80,000 40 hours per week Benefits: Include 13 paid holidays, health insurance, paid vacation and sick-leave, and matching 401k  

HOW TO APPLY

Please send resumes to lmartinez@dicp.org

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