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We have a client in Taunton looking for a Director of Finance and/or Accounting/Finance Consultant to come in on a temporary, possibly temporary to permanent basis. This ideal person has a Bachelors in Accounting/Finance and a strong accounting background with exposure to cost accounting. Exposure to M&A would be a plus. 


  • Bachelor’ s degree in Accounting, Finance or related fields with an advanced degree (Master’ s / MBA)

  • Knowledge of financial forecasting

  • Detail and results oriented

  • Leadership and business acumen

  • Expert level problem solver and analytical

  • Ability to take complex data and find the key metrics

  • Desire to learn and grow in the role

  • Experience managing a company’ s cash flow

  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills

  • Understands key revenue drivers and impact on the P&L

  • Strong costing background; versed in common costing methodology and reporting

  • Superior analytical skills and strong attention to detail balanced by the ability to integrate the broader strategic picture

  • Microsoft Office




  • Guides financial decisions by establishing, monitoring and enforcing policies and procedures

  • Protects assets by establishing, monitoring and enforcing internal controls

  • Maximizes return and limits risk on cash by minimizing cash balances and introducing cost cutting measures

  • Provides status of financial condition of the company by collecting, interpreting and reporting key financial data

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Our client, an accounting consulting firm in the San Francisco Bay Area, is looking for a Managing Director to lead their Technical Accounting & IPO Services. This is a great opportunity for someone who enjoys working with clients and solving complex accounting problems but does not want to sacrifice their personal life. This is a flexible, team-oriented, work environment. 

  • Lead a group of directors, managers, and senior associates on key projects for our clients

  • Identify, prepare and participate in proposals for new clients and projects

  • Strengthen client relationships and generate additional engagement opportunities through excellent quality and timely execution 

  • Coach and mentor all levels of staff, with specific attention to managers and directors, and work to advance the strong culture at the firm

  • Provide technical accounting advice, review detailed calculations and manage projects such as:

    • Revenue Recognition and related costs (ASC 606 and ASC 340-40 implementations)

    • Leases (ASC 842 implementations)

    • Stock-based compensation (including performance and market awards)

    • Derivatives and hedging

    • Business combinations (assistance with due diligence, purchase accounting, and integration)

    • Foreign currencies and consolidations

    • Equity and convertible debt transactions

    • Earnings per share

    • Capitalization of internal use software and website development costs

  • Assist clients will financial and reporting aspects of an IPO both within the US and on foreign stock exchanges

  • Assist clients in complying with SEC financial reporting requirements (10Ks, 10Qs, 8-K/As, and other filings)

  • Assist with drafting private and public company financial statements

  • Assist clients in preparing for and completing audits, and liaising with the auditors, as needed

  • Participate in strategic firm initiatives such as the development of written materials to support new service offerings, the development and delivery of training materials, and participation in firm events

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Our client, a biotechnology company in Daly City, is looking for a Director of Finance to join their team. With a substantial Series B from notable investors and an IPO on the horizon, the company is making progress in an underserved market and their main product has already passed Stage II clinical trials. Reporting into the CFO, this role will take charge of all forecasting, planning, and budgeting. 

  • Ownership of the FP&A function, including financial planning and tracking of operating expenses, headcount reporting, quarterly forecasting, annual budgeting and variance analyses

  • Responsible for supporting and serving as the strategic and operational FP&A business partner for our R&D teams

  • Develop, plan, and coordinate budgets/forecasts and provide regular actual to budget/forecast reporting and variance analyses to  senior management, R&D functions and cost center managers to enable decision making and alignment to company objectives

  • Partner with business partners owners to prepare comprehensive budgets that align with their departmental strategic plan

  • Produce robust, proactive financial analyses for business partners and applicable workstreams

  • Build analytical frameworks and forward-looking models to enable quality decision-making

  • Prepare and submit, on a timely and accurate basis, a variety of scheduled financial reports

  • Manage the development of multi-year project financial statements and analysis for different scenarios

  • Financial analysis includes income statement, cash flow statement and NPV calculations

  • Provide business support to the clinical and manufacturing teams to help create transparency around key parameters in critical business areas including from enrollment rates, clinical accruals, cost per patient, etc.

  • Review, approve and track purchase requests against budgets

  • Work closely with R&D to forecast and track activities for internal functions and external vendors as part of period close process

  • Identify and implement process development and improvement relating to budgeting, forecasting, and financial reporting

  • Assist in accounting processes related to Clinical, Biometrics, Research, and other R&D teams from both forecasting and close perspectives

  • Participate in other ad hoc projects, roles, and workload sharing between Finance and Accounting as appropriate

  • Identify opportunities for improved financial performance.   Continually seeks ways to improve operating efficiency within the department and overall business

  • Create and maintain reports and queries for ad hoc management requests

  • Support special projects by driving the right set of analyses and presenting conclusions

  • Other duties as assigned


  • Bachelor’ s degree in Accounting or Finance with a minimum of 10 years of accounting and financial analysis/planning experience (an equivalent of education and experience may be considered). MBA or CPA preferred

  • Minimum of five years’ experience at a biotech company in this role

  • Knowledge of US GAAP

  • Advanced proficiency in ERP Reporting and Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook

  • Effective communication across all levels of the organization

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Demands an in-depth knowledge of company operations

  • Ability to exercise sound judgment and effectively manage multiple tasks

  • Effective organizational and problem-solving skills with the ability to set-up, automate and track data and information

  • Requires minimal supervision and ability to act independently

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Director of Administration and Finance

The Director of Administration and Finance will serve as a key member of IFAS’ senior management team and will work along with the CEO to oversee, provide direction, and manage functions including human resources, facilities, communications, accounting, payroll, contracts compliance, facilities, security, ISSO, and risk mitigation. These functions provide critical support that will enable IFAS’ technical and operations teams to manage and implement projects and pursue new business. This position will report to the CEO.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Provides guidance and oversees HR functions by leading the HR team relative to staffing, training & development, performance evaluation, employee relations, total rewards (compensation, benefits, and employee incentives) and assessing employee morale and addressing employee concerns. Ensures adherence to best practices in HR and compliance to local and federal employment laws.

  • Supports business development and technical function by overseeing the drafting of contracts for employees, consultants, clients, subcontractors, vendors and ensuring compliance.

  • Develops and promote IFAS’ communications strategy that promotes the company's global reputation for thought leadership and manages the use of company's digital tools

  • Manages IFAS’ relationships with vendors including the selecting, troubleshooting, and negotiation of vendor contracts.

  • Improves efficiency of IFAS by ensuring security of employee and premises, building maintenance, and compliance to CDC regulations. Oversees the development and implementation of processes that will improve IFAS’ daily operations. Responsible for logistics related to office relocations, office reopening's/closures, and lease renewals.

  • Will strengthen the working relationship between corporate functions and technical functions which includes business development and project implementation. Provide support not only to headquarters but also to employees on client site.

  • Overseas payroll and accounting functions.

  • Prepares and monitors project budgets and compiles financial reports for clients and Portfolio Managers.

  • Monitors LOC Budget including quarterly updates against actual costs and staff changes and projections

  • Overseas the preparation of Monthly financial reports

  • Oversees invoice processes and subcontractor costs, manages invoice payment and tracking.

  • Other assigned duties and responsibilities as needed.


  • Master's (preferred) or bachelor's degree in one of the following or related fields: public administration, business and business administration, public policy, law, international business and law, or finance.

  • 10+ years of professional experience.

  • 5+ years of relevant experience as a senior manager of a US government contractor, preferably one working in the professional services industry.

  • Excellent organizational skills, ability to work independently, assess priorities, and manage a variety of activities, paying attention to detail under tight deadlines and heavy workloads.

  • Familiarity with ADP reports

  • Familiarity with Deltek Costpoint is a plus

  • Ability to manage accounting functions and workflow

  • Proficient in Excel, MS Word, and other computer systems.

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.


Company Description

Integrated Finance and Accounting Solutions (IFAS) is a service-disabled veteran, woman owned small disadvantaged business firm that applies integrated finance and accounting solutions to every engagement to help clients build sustain, and maintain a profitable business model. We do this with a corporate commitment to provide on time service that is mission focused and results driven. It is our true belief that finding the right solutions to your business' mission makes doing business less challenging. IFAS' core capabilities include business & Finance operations, IT Support Services, Acquisition and logistics support.

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Job Description:

So, you want to sell automobiles that are known for their quality, reliability and beauty? You've come to the right place. We're looking for Special Finance professionals to sell cars in our dealership. If you believe being a Special Finance Manager is a true craft -- one built on charisma, communication and thorough product knowledge  -- we want to talk to you!

As a Special Finance Manager  at our dealership, you’ll be responsible for managing all sales activities.  From generating and managing sales leads, you’ll be instrumental in helping our team continue our success. The Special Finance Manager (SFM) structures car deals for clients with sub prime credit that fall outside the conventional system, in compliance with special finance lender guidelines and auto dealership policy, resulting in quick funding, and a high level of customer satisfaction Know and implement dealership polices and procedures. Maintain a clean and organized office. Communicate all problem deals to management immediately. Address missing stipulations communicated from lender immediately. Adhere to a standard of professional ethics and be respectful to customers. Be knowledgeable of state regulations regarding finance and the fair credit reporting act. Interact with appropriate departments. Train and supervise sales staff. Structure deals in accordance with lender and dealership guidelines. Bookout deals accurately. Perform credit interview, prepare credit application. Verify accuracy of all material information on the credit application and submit to lender. Maintain confidentiality of customer information. Disclose financial information to customers. Sell credit insurance and service contracts. Maintain good lender relations. Maintain a lender guide of programs you are currently using and obtain a working knowledge of them. Evaluate new lender programs. Rehash deals with lenders. Work all deals diligently.

Job Requirement:
Minimum 2 yrs of  Automotive Special Finance experience .
Sales skills, great communication, and excellent customer service skills are a must.
Organization and thorough follow-up skills are necessary for staying in touch with the client prior to and after the sale.
Current valid driver’s license is required for all employees.
Mathematical skills including, add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals.   Benefits Include:  Our team members enjoy a positive working environment with opportunities for professional growth through training and advancement from within the organization. Our team members also enjoy a comprehensive benefits program including: Medical, Employee discounts on vehicle purchases, parts and service Paid-time-off Comprehensive employee recognition programs. Continued training through the manufacturer. Opportunities for career advancement.  When you join our organization, you'll enjoy comprehensive training, competitive compensation, and unparalleled benefits. Simply put, you'll experience the best that a career in the automotive industry has to offer. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by people assigned to this work. This is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities. We reserve the right to amend and change responsibilities to meet business and organizational needs as necessary. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and a drug free workplace. We Would Love To Talk With You!

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Job Description

GNR has been engaged to identify a SITE DIRECTOR OF FINANCE for the reputable, growing Aerospace & Defense division of an international company. 

We’ re seeking a proven leader to define and advise financial strategies for the site, plus manage a small team, all the while reporting to the GM.


You must possess solid Gov’ t/Defense experience and come from a product/manufacturing type of environment (FAR/DFAR, cost accounting standards, pricing/rates . . .etc.)



  • Bachelor’ s Degree in Finance or Accounting

  • 12+ years of finance experience, with 5+ years in a leadership role

BENEFITS: Attractive compensation + bonus + relocation to NYC area



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Job Summary:

The Director of Finance and Purchasing is part of the Senior Leadership Team responsible for leading the finance and purchasing functions including all accounting and financial operations to meet internal and external reporting requirements, raw materials acquisition and inventory oversight, cash flow management, financial reporting, and forecasting and analysis. Additionally, the Director of Finance and Purchasing oversees the general administrative, human resources, and information technology functions for the business.

Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities: (Additional duties may be assigned)


  • Develop, implement, and maintain financial controls procedures, analyze financial information, and develop and implement management reporting systems.

  • Generate monthly, quarterly, and annual financial and operating reports to accurately report business position in accordance with generally accepted accounting procedures. Make recommendations regarding variances and provide support and information to the President, Board of Directors, and department managers to meet business objectives.

  • Interact with independent auditors for annual review and other areas as required throughout the year.

  • Develop and coordinate accounting and statistical data with and for all departments, including budgets. Exercise accounting control to ensure that budgeted expenditures do not exceed amounts authorized.

  • Analyze, interpret, and report operating results related to financial performance. Recommend and implement strategies to maximize profitability and meet company objectives for all divisions.

  • Compile and submit all reporting documentation including but not limited to sales tax reporting, bi-annual reports of Air Innovations International, Inc, (an IC Disc), quarterly sales commission report metrics and amounts, and sales and operations planning reports as required.

  • Assist with annual grant reporting requirements.

  • Coordinate and manage cash flow position through customer, vendor, and banking relationships. Coordinate customer payment options, leasing, method of payment, and credit decisions.


  • Oversee purchasing department staff and optimize inventory and raw materials purchasing to meet customer requirements.

  • Identify and establish professional relationships with qualified vendors and/or suppliers to meet business objectives.

  • Coordinate purchasing and supplier invoicing demands to optimize business and customer outcomes.

  • Establish procedures and systems for physical and accounting control of inventories and fixed assets.

  • Negotiate and implement supplier payment policies to optimize business position.

Information Technology

  • Coordinate and manage ERP system routine maintenance. Identify opportunities to expand the company’s utilization of the ERP system and partner with the management team to implement expansions.

  • Coordinate and assist subcontractors with cyber security audits.

  • Train employees to troubleshoot technology issues and assist with issues they’re unable to resolve.

  • Work closely with department managers to determine the maintenance and growth needs of the network.

  • Monitor changing network technology and keep the senior management team informed of changes.

  • Responsible for creating and administering the company’s IT strategic plan.


  • Manage the company’s IT and HR function, including subcontractors. Identify qualified suppliers and negotiate contacts to meet business requirements.

  • Oversee the reception area and ensure appropriate staffing coverage to meet business needs.

  • Coordinate other required administrative services as required including but not limited to internal phone service and vendors and copier services.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

Supervisory responsibilities include recruiting; interviewing; making hiring recommendations; making final hiring decisions; instructing and training in work methods; assigning work; planning and scheduling work; checking and approving work; conducting performance evaluations; recommending salary adjustments; making effective recommendations regarding promotions; making final decisions on promotions; determining disciplinary actions; and making final decisions to terminate unsatisfactory employees.

Minimum Qualification Standards:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or related field required. CPA or advanced degree desired.

  • A minimum of 8 years accounting experience, prior Financial Director/Manager experience reporting to or working closely with the CFO in a manufacturing environment required. Experience with international financial reporting experience desired.

  • Prior experience in or working knowledge of the financial operations of privately held firms desired.

  • High level computer literacy using spread sheet and integrated software required. Computer proficiency and in-depth experience with Excel and financial accounting software required.

  • Experience in network administration and cyber security required.

  • Strong written and oral communication skills required to interact with diverse client, vendor, and customer groups. Frequent professional oral and written interactions are required both within and outside the company.

  • Ability to coach, manage, and lead department staff to identify concerns, resolve issues and meet business objectives.

  • Excellent time management, organizations, and decision-making skills with the ability to manage multiple people, systems, and changing priorities to accomplish required goals.

  • Ability to be flexible and respond quickly and appropriately to variable and complex business challenges and opportunities.

  • Equivalent combinations of education and work experience will be considered

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Strong organizational skills including the ability to manage multiple projects and details simultaneously.

  • Advanced analytical ability to gather and summarize data, find solutions to various administrative and financial problems, and prioritize work.

  • Ability to develop and maintain recordkeeping systems and procedures.

  • Ability to create, compose, and edit written materials.

  • Ability to gather data, compile information, and prepare reports.

  • Strong written and oral communication skills to interact with customers, vendors and co-workers in a professional and helpful manner in person or via phone or written correspondence.

  • Ability to develop, plan, and implement short- and long-term goals.

  • Ability to work independently and demonstrate initiative in meeting sales and revenue goals.

  • Leadership proficiency.

Equipment, Machines and Software Used:

This position requires the regular use of a computer/iPad, printer, photocopier, fax machine, telephone, scanner, and postage meter.

Computer Software: Microsoft Office to include Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, Access, Adobe Acrobat, ACT, and Infor CSI.

Air Innovations Inc is an EEO employer - M/F/Vets/Disabled

Company Description

Air Innovations is a world leader in designing and building environmental process control systems for applications that can’t be addressed with standard HVAC equipment. We customize packaged solutions for temperature, humidity, filtration, pressurization, and with direct-expansion, chilled-water, or thermoelectric capabilities.

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Finance Director Job Purpose:

Responsible for the efforts, results, and success of an organisation's finance department. Provides financial advice and support to help senior executives make key decisions.

Finance Director Job Duties:

  • Oversee, review, and adhere to the budgets for each business department

  • Assist in company-wide budgetary planning

  • Account Auditing

  • A/P and A/R

  • Ensure that all of the company's financial practices are in line in statutory regulations and legislation

  • Analyze the financial climate and market trends to assist senior executives in creating strategic plans for the future

  • Interpret complex financial information and provide updates and information as needed

  • Monitor cash flow, accounts, and other financial transactions

  • Supervise financial assistants and other employees in the facilitation of day-to-day operations, including tracking financial data, invoicing, payroll, etc.

  • Prepare official reports on a monthly and annual basis

  • Seek out methods and practices to minimize financial risk

  • Contract auditing services to ensure financial monitoring is up-to-date

  • Create and maintain relationships with service providers and contractors, including banking institutions and accountants

  • Update and implement financial policies and procedures

  • Maintain a policy manual for the finance department

  • Work with human resources employees to secure candidates who will be an asset to the finance department

  • Establish and implement a training program for new finance employees.

Finance Director Skills and Qualifications:

Advanced degree in accounting, business, finance, or a related field; several years of experience in finance; excellent mathematical skills; leadership skills; management experience; integrity; honesty; understanding of data privacy standards; exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal; thorough understanding of business principles and practices; superior attention to detail; organisational skills; planning skills; problem-solving skills; research skills; analytical skills; critical thinking skills; computer skills; multi-tasking skills.

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HumanHire is partnering with a medical organization to find their next Director of Finance! This position will sit out of their Garden City, NY location and will report directly to the VP of Finance. 

General Summary of Position:
Manages day-to-day activities of one or more of the following areas: accounting, payroll, budget, reimbursement, and financial planning.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
• Develops and contributes to the achievement of established department goals and objectives and adheres to department policies, procedures, quality standards and safety standards. Ensures compliance with hospital/facility policies and procedures and governmental/accreditation regulations.
• Consult with Vice President of Finance concerning the group’ s financial affairs, development of operating policies and procedures, department needs and problems. Keeps Vice President informed of departmental activities
• Discuss management problems, department budgets and major purchase priorities, policies, procedures and regulatory matters with others as necessary for effective decision-making.
• Direct the maintenance of complete and systematic records of assets, liabilities and financial transactions so that control over finances may be maintained.
• Prepare or direct the preparation of reports for administration, regulatory agencies and third party payers as required including but not limited to the Annual Audit, Annual Operating Budget, Annual Capital Equipment Budget, Annual Inflation Adjustment System Filing, Medicare Cost Report, Monthly Financial & Statistical Report, and Annual Tax Returns.
• Ensure that statistical information is kept as required by regulatory agencies.
• Ensure that the Hospital patient charges are in compliance with the rates approved by the HSCRC and/or other regulatory agencies.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Master’ s degree in Finance or other related field. Preferred Qualifications
• Previous physicians group/medical group management experience 

If you' re interested, please apply with your resume to have a confidential conversation about your job search, thanks!

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Job Description

Our client, a biotechnology company in the SF Bay Area, is looking for an Assistant Controller to help lead their accounting organization. Their recent positive scientific results has boosted their stock prices this year and the company has a diverse portfolio of solid products, making it a great time to join their company. To keep up with their rapid growth, they are looking for an accounting professional who will take charge of their close and SOX implementation.  

  • Own and manage accounting function, including general accounting, Procure to Pay, and payroll 

  • Develop, document, implement and monitor financial accounting policies and procedures

  • Schedule and maintain month end close calendars

  • Manage, monitor, and review monthly and quarterly accounting close processes including but not limited to reviewing JEs, running allocations and consolidations, and reviewing reconciliations timely and accurately

  • This role will be responsible for creating and overseeing our SOX program. Responsibilities include creating and implementing audit, risk, and compliance programs across the organization. This person will have broad exposure to the operations of the Company, interacting with leaders across finance, legal, HR, R&D, and with our external auditor and advisors

  • Liaise and interact with international accounting team including reviewing reconciliations and ensuring compliance with US GAAP policies and procedures

  • Oversee Intercompany accounting and eliminations

  • Maintain NetSuite, P2P and other Accounting applications; lead continuous improvements in systems and processes working with IT consultants/ vendors and other cross functional groups

  • Work with external auditors on audit and review related PBC schedules

  • Review the P&L for appropriate classification between R&D and G&A and maintain the integrity of Project P&L

  • Oversee and review monthly time reporting of R&D staff for project cost reporting

  • Be a liaison between Accounting and other cross-functional teams

  • Conduct ad hoc financial analysis as required

  • Partner with Controller for revenue recognition

  • Own and prepare quarterly cash flow statements, balance sheet, income statement and other key financial statements

  • Work with Tax advisors on support for and review of quarterly tax provisions and review annual tax filings for both US and international subsidiary

  • Responsible for compliance in areas including payroll taxes, sales and use taxes, property taxes, income taxes, and franchise taxes

  • Manage and develop the accounting team

  • Support and assist VP, Financial Reporting with external reporting and equity accounting 

  • Participate in special projects as requested by Corporate Controller and CFO


  • BA/ BS in Accounting/finance or higher education required

  • CPA and or MBA highly desirable

  • Strong knowledge of US GAAP and ability to perform and comprehend financial analysis

  • Extensive (12+ years) experience in the finance and accounting role with experience in a fast-paced organization a plus.  A mix of industry and public accounting experience is also a plus

  • Prior experience at a Public Biotech/Biopharma Company or equivalent

  • Experience implementing and maintaining corporate SOX 404B program 

  • Strong technical accounting knowledge and proven ability to research and implement changes in accounting policy at a company

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Proficient with data analysis, critical thinking and problem-solving 

  • Knowledge and working experience with NetSuite preferred

  • Experience with SEC reporting and ASC 718 equity accounting preferred

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Job Description

If you are an experienced project management professional who is a strong critical thinker, curious and creative, and proactive, we want to talk with you! We are conducting a search for a Project Director - Integrations to join one of our top clients in the Tampa Bay area. You will primarily be responsible for leadership of a project management team dedicated to acquisition integrations.  This will encompass both corporate and IT components and as such, the ideal candidate will have exposure to both.

Project Director – Integrations, Benefits and Compensation: 

  • Professional working environment

  • GREAT leadership and high visibility

  • TERRIFIC career growth potential

  • OUTSTANDING benefits

  • Highly competitive compensation of $140,000 - $160,000, plus bonus potential!

Project Director - Integrations Job Duties: 

  • Lead, develop and mentor a team of project managers

  • Play a hands-on role in more significant, complex acquisition integrations

  • Partner with cross-functional subject matter experts in HR, Finance & Accounting, Legal, IT and Operations to ensure successful achievement of project milestones

  • Evaluate existing processes, tools, templates and dashboards with a mind towards process improvement and optimization

  • Support ongoing evaluation and development of project governance reporting and structures

 Project Director Skills/Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s preferred

  • 10+ years of professional project-based leadership experience

  • Exposure to BOTH business and IT related project management

  • PMP or Six Sigma project disciplines a plus; Background in Accounting/Finance a plus

  • Strong Excel and systems skills required

  • Ability to manage to project deadlines

  • Strong analytical skills and understanding of the importance of deadlines

  • Superb attention to detail, strong organizational skills, and excellent communications skills required

At Taylor White, we specialize exclusively in Accounting & Finance leadership roles in Tampa Bay.  Our industry knowledge combined with our extensive recruiting experience means we not only know what you're looking for; we know how to find it!  For more information, please contact us via our website at

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Job Description

Home Service Doctors of Manassas, VA is looking to hire a full-time Director of Finance to serve as the trusted right-hand to our business owner. Are you highly motivated and flexible with a great attitude on life? Are you ready to take your career as a financial controller to the next level with a respected company in the essential home services industry? If so, please read on!

This Director of Finance position earns a competitive salary, depending on experience. We also offer great benefits, including a 401k plan, generous paid time off (PTO), weekends off, and a positive and supportive company culture! If this sounds like the right financial controller opportunity for you, apply today!


At Home Service Doctors, our entire business is based around a single, simple model: provide the best workmanship in the home services industry and do it while providing the kind of warm, five-star service we would want for our own families. Our plumbers, HVAC specialists, sewer experts, and other staff are committed to making this a reality for every customer, every time.

We are known for creating the "doctor difference" for our customers and our coworkers. Because we offer top of the line products and services, we need top of the line employees who genuinely care about our customers and are searching for a career rather than just a job. We are a team of professionals that puts our people before our profits. This is why we offer competitive compensation, great benefits, and a work environment where your hard work will be valued.


As our Director of Finance, you serve as a strategic thought partner, producing a financial infrastructure for sustained growth. You conduct ongoing analyses of key business drivers, trends, and performance indicators. To support both short- and long-term strategic planning, you build and maintain detailed financial reports that you regularly present in an easy-to-understand format. Through ongoing research, you develop a deep understanding of industry trends as well as competitive pressures and opportunities. For tax planning and preparation, you coordinate with external agencies and make sure that everything is accurate and current.

You oversee Human Resources (HR), accounts receivable (AR), accounts payable (AP), payroll, cash management, and all the related accounting procedures. With a great understanding of its importance, you shape company culture by modeling and promoting our agreed-upon values--especially ethics and integrity. Under your excellent leadership, the accountants are inspired to establish priorities and set objectives. You also maintain effective and streamlined recruiting practices. You get great satisfaction out of helping our business thrive through your exceptional skills as a controller!


  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, especially Excel

  • Ability to perform extensive quantitative and qualitative financial analysis

  • Ability to interpret metrics and present a strategic view of performance

  • Ability to analyze market potential and understand the competitive landscape

  • In-depth understanding of debit and credit accounting processes

Do you have strong communication skills? Are you highly organized and process-driven? Can you effectively prioritize and delegate multiple tasks with excellent follow-through? Are you attentive to detail and deadlines? Do you have an engaging personality that blends well with a fast-paced, goal-driven environment? If so, you might just be perfect for this Director of Finance position!


We understand your time is valuable and that is why we have a very quick and easy application process. If you feel that you would be right for this financial controller job, please fill out our initial 3-minute, mobile-friendly application. We look forward to meeting you!

Location: 20110

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Automotive Finance Director - Essential Duties

  • Directs staffing and training in ways that will enhance the development and control of sales programs.

  • Administers and monitors factory-sponsored programs.

  • Analyzes sales history to formulate new policies designed to promote sales.

  • Reviews market analyses and sales reports to determine customer needs and volume potential and develops sales campaigns to accommodate the goals of the finance department.

  • Knowledgeable in state regulations regarding finance and the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

  • Train and supervises F&I staff of any changes in regulations and the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

  • Review the structure of deals in accordance with lender and dealership guidelines.

  • Adheres to a standard of professional ethics and is respectful to staff and customers.

  • Never intentionally misrepresents a deal.

  • Assure all deals are books out accurately. Never misrepresents equipment.

  • Performs credit interview, prepares credit application when needed.

  • Review deals that are declined and work with Sales Department to “put dead deals together”.

  • Maintains confidentiality of customer information.

  • Generate new lenders and maintain good lender relations.

  • Maintains a lender guide of programs currently used and obtains a working knowledge of them.

  • Evaluates new lender programs.

  • Maintains current inventory log and makes recommendations to management.

  • Review department DOC daily and review with staff areas of improvement.

  • Trains administrative personnel on assembling funding packages.

  • Designs and places advertising for special finance.

  • Analyzes credit reports, able to recognize a conventional deal and turns over accordingly.

  • Interacts with appropriate departments.

  • Serves as liaison between finance department and other departments.

  • Analyzes and controls expenditures to conform to budgetary requirements.

  • Recommends or approves new expenditures and appropriations.

  • Maintains a professional appearance.

  • Schedule and attend sales meetings with Finance Department and Sales Department.

  • Other tasks as assigned.

Marginal Duties
[If applicable.]

Supervisory Responsibilities
[If applicable.]

Automotive Finance Director - Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Automotive Finance Director - Education and/or Experience

  • Bachelor's degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university; or one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

  • Two to four years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

  • Four to ten years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Automotive Finance Director - Language Skills

  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers and the general public.

  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret common scientific and technical journals, financial reports and legal documents. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies or members of the business community. Ability to write speeches and articles for publication that conform to prescribed style and format. Ability to effectively present information to top management, public groups and/or boards of directors.

  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret the most complex documents. Ability to respond effectively to the most sensitive inquiries or complaints. Ability to write speeches and articles using original or innovative techniques or style. Ability to make effective and persuasive speeches and presentations on controversial or complex topics to top management, public groups and/or boards of directors.

Automotive Finance Director - Mathematical Skills

  • Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area, circumference and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry.

  • Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference, and fundamentals of plane and solid geometry and trigonometry. Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios and proportions to practical situations.

Automotive Finance Director - Reasoning Ability

  • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form.

  • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.

  • Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems. Ability to deal with nonverbal symbolism (formulas, scientific equations, graphs etc.) in its most difficult phases. Ability to deal with a variety of abstract and concrete variables.

Automotive Finance Director - Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

  • State Sales License

  • Valid Driver's License

Automotive Finance Director - 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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Automotive Finance Director - Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Categories

  • Administration Office

  • Auto Body

  • Auto Parts

  • Auto Sales

  • Auto Service

  • Automotive Technician

  • Car Dealership Support

  • Executive Management

  • Medium Heavy Duty Truck

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Job Description


· Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office.

· Working knowledge of accounting software

· Strong organizational skills and ability to multitask.

· Ability to function independently in a fast-paced environment.

· Ability to prioritize and work independently.

· Ability to accept direction and supervision.

· Possess a high regard for attention to detail.

· Must be a team player.

· Dependable, punctual and possess a positive work attitude.

· Ability to work under pressure.

· Proficient typing skills.

· Excellent verbal communication skills.

· Excellent written communication skills.

· Excellent customer service skills.

Responsibilities and Duties

· Manage billing/bookkeeping staff

· Manage USAC Form Filing

· Delegate assignments and projects to staff as appropriate

· Manage accounting systems

· Reviewing day-to-day bookkeeping

· Preparing quotes for clients

· Preparing journal entries for posting

· Tracking Inventory

· Reviewing monthly billing reconciliations

· Preparing ACH transactions

· Monitoring the database

· Reviewing and submitting federal forms

· Accounting in both cash and accrual companies according to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles

· Business Modeling:

    • Asset Depreciation

    • Loan Amortization

    • Average Revenue per Unit (ARPU)

    • Net Income

    • CAPEX

    • OPEX

    • EBITDA

    • Cash Flow

    • Internal Rate of Return (IRR)

Education Requirements

· Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration or Accounting


· 3-5 years accounting experience required

· Supervisory experience a plus

· Prior experience with financial software desired

· Experience in Telecommunications or Broadband a plus


· Medical

· Short-Term Disability

· Retirement Plan

· ProInfoNet provides paid time off using the Flex Time Model for vacation, holiday, sick, and personal time

· Growth and advancement opportunities

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(Machinery Manufacturer)
Baltimore, MD



Filamatic is a 65 year old 60 employee manufacturer of packaging machinery for the pharmaceutical, diagnostic, cosmetic and biotech industries located in Baltimore, Maryland. Our success has been due to exceeding our customers’ expectations by providing products and services which offer a superior value proposition and striving to create a great working environment for our employees. To learn more about us, please visit our website



The Director of Accounting, Finance and Administration will be a valued contributor to our Executive Team which includes the Director of Sales and Marketing, the Director of Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management, the Director of Engineering, our COO and our CEO. The Director of Finance and Administration reports to our COO.

All members of the Executive Team will depend on the Director of Accounting, Finance and Administration to provide timely managerial accounting analyses regarding business operations and insights as to how our company can be run more efficiently and profitably.

The Director of Accounting, Finance and Administration together with the Executive Team will assist with the preparation and implementation of the company’s Strategic Plans, Business Plans and Annual Operating Plans (AOP). The entire team will continually monitor the plans and modify them as required to help ensure satisfactory performance.



This position is responsible for supervising all aspects of the company’s Financial, Accounting, Human Resources, Information Technology and Administrative Functions. A detailed description of these responsibilities follows:


·         Direct the financial and administrative functions of the company in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).

·         Prepare the company’s month end and end of year financial reports on an accurate and timely basis.

·         Update and maintain the Company’s financial policies, procedures and controls and reporting systems.

·         Maintain a strong relationship with company’s bank and accounting firm.


·         Develop timely reliable cash flow reports with projections to insure that cash is available within pre-established guidelines to meet the operating needs of the company.

·         Work with the Director of Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management to minimize inventory and maximize inventory turns.

·         Manage the cost accounting system to insure that products and services are priced correctly to insure that profit margins are maintained.

Human Resources:

·         Insure that the company’s salary and benefits are competitive in the marketplace by periodically conducting wage and benefit surveys and making recommendations on suggested changes.

·         Administer a salary merit and performance review system to insure that all employees are provided timely feedback on their job performance and paid appropriately.

·         Assist with maintaining an excellent working relationship with our employees by (1) meeting their needs for safety, compensation, benefits and job growth; (2) providing excellent communications.

·         Assist the company in filling job vacancies with highly qualified applicants.

Information Technology:

·         Direct all aspects of the information technology needs of the company. Keep up to date on the latest technological developments including hardware, software, cyber security and the cloud.

·         Assist with the selection and implementation of the company’s Enterprise Resource Planning System (ERP).


·         Assume accountability for risk management. Negotiate with vendors for business insurance, employee health, employee benefits and 401K plan.

·         Manage all personnel working in the department. Plan for continued improvement in the efficiencies and effectiveness of the department.

·         Manage the assets of the company including facilities.


·         Bachelor’s Degree in accounting

·         Certified Management Accountant (CMA)

·         Managerial accounting experience with a machinery manufacturing company

·         Experience as a Director of Finance and Accounting or CFO

·         Experience managing Human Resources Department

·         Experience managing an Information Technology Department utilizing state of the art technology (hardware, software, cyber security,  the cloud, etc.)

·         Experience selecting and implementing Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (ERP)

·         Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, especially Excel

·         Experience with QuickBooks and Pay Pal

·         Experience with a manufacturing company utilizing lean manufacturing, theory of constraints and lean 6-sigma concepts

·         Excellent oral and written communication skills

·         Excellent organizational skills

·         Excellent interpersonal skills

Excellent team player skills


We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. Benefits include health insurance (medical, dental, vision), life insurance, disability insurance, paid time off (PTO) and holidays, 401K plan with match, and bonus plan based on individual and company performance.

Our company will provide reimbursement for relocation.


Please provide a cover letter detailing your suitability for our job opening, your resume and indicate your salary requirements. All submissions will be treated in strict confidence.

               4119 Fordleigh Road
               Baltimore, MD 21215
               Attn: Robert Rosen, Chairman of the Board

Company Description

This company is a leading manufacturer of liquid filling and packaging machinery systems to the pharmaceutical, biotech, diagnostic, health care and cosmetic industries.

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The Assistant Director of Finance, reporting directly to the Chief Financial Officer, will provide network wide support of accounting activities, while simultaneously supporting PLA’s vision, mission, and goals. As our Assistant Director of Finance you will be responsible for reviewing and monitoring annual budgets and monthly financial reports, along with assisting in budget presentations, financial plans and forecasts. Candidate with strong auditing experience highly preferred! 



  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field required

  • Minimum of 8-10 years of experience, with at least 5 years being at a Manager or Director level, ideally in an education/school setting.

  • CPA and/or auditing experience in school districts preferred

  • Previous auditing experience with a large firm, highly preferred

  • Experience working with State and Federal grant management and reporting required

  • Ability to understand and interpret federal, state, and local laws and regulations; contracts and other legal documents; and other authoritative sources relevant to school district accounting, grants, payroll, and accounts payable.


  • An excellent and analytical communicator with both written and oral skills

  • Someone who has an aptitude for variety and changing expectations and fast-paced environment.




At PLA, we share an unwavering belief and passion for educating and empowering scholars from under-served communities driven by our Core Values: children first, respect, determination, continuous improvement, and gratitude. Our approach to leading successful schools builds on over 20 years of experience running educational programs for children, the latest scientific research, and the best practices throughout the nation.  

To create this kind of vibrant learning community, we hire only the best of the best educators & industry leaders and invest heavily in our faculty through ongoing professional development and support. We value people like you, people with a dedication to excellence and a passion for helping all our scholars develop the knowledge, skills, and character necessary to succeed while fueling their aspirations for the future. 

PLA is an equal opportunity employer and participates in E-Verify in all states that require it.

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Phalen Leadership Academies (PLA) is an equal opportunity employer. PLA does not discriminate in employment on account of race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship status, ancestry, age, sex (including sexual harassment), sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, military status or unfavorable discharge from military service.

By completing this application you understand that neither the completion of this application nor any other part of my consideration for employment establishes any obligation for PLA to hire me. If hired, I understand that either PLA or I can terminate my employment at any time and for any reason, with or without cause and without prior notice. I understand that no representative of PLA has the authority to make any assurance to the contrary.

You attest by applying to this position that you have given PLA true and complete information on this application. No requested information has been concealed. I authorize PLA to contact references provided for employment reference checks. If any information I have provided is untrue, or if I have concealed material information, I understand that this will constitute cause for the denial of employment or immediate dismissal.

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Dynamic, entrepreneurial consulting company seeking a Financial Controller to manage our accounting operations and financial reporting. This is a great opportunity for someone with an entrepreneurial spirit and passion in accounting and finance.  The ideal candidate is excited about working in a growth-focused firm, has experience building accounting and finance reports, and is driven by results.

BLEND360 is an award-winning,  new breed Data Science Solutions Company focused on powering exceptional results to our Fortune 500 clients. We are a  growing companyborn at the intersection of advanced analytics, data and technology

The Financial Controller will be responsible for the integrity of the financial information of the organization and will manage the accuracy and timeliness of the financial statements and compliance reporting. The ideal candidate will be extremely organized and have excellent communication and leadership skills. You will be part of a small team and must be excited to be hands-on and heavily involved in all accounting matters.  Additionally, we need someone who is flexible and works well with external and internal partners, knows how to build an accounting practice, and is an expert at risk evaluation.  This role reports directly to the CFO and assists with achieving organizational targets and developing financial plans to support our aggressive growth strategy.


  • Preparing Financial Reports.

  • Analyzing Financial Data

  • Owning all accounting operations

  • Overseeing the day-to-day accounting activity as well as month-end close

  • Assisting CFO in the annual budgeting process

  • Managing annual review, audit and tax planning with external accounting partners


  • A bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or related business field and a CPA are required.

  • Minimum seven years of relevant experience

  • Background in Big 4 public accounting environment is preferred

  • Experience with Quick Books Enterprise

  • Experience implementing accounting GL / ERP a plus

  • Strong leadership and communication skills

  • Compliance oriented

  • Experience working in a team, interdependent environment

  • Creative, resourceful, self-starter, analytical and solutions oriented

  • Well organized and able to multi-task and deliver under tight deadlines


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The Business Unit (BU) Finance Partner Director will have primary day-to-day responsibility of relevant BU accounting activities. Thi Finance Partner Director will report into the BU Director of Accounting and will collaborate with individuals in the Shared Services Center on accounting and treasury operations.


  • Review and approve journal entries, invoices and payment prepared by Accounting

  • Advise on exceptions handling, variance analysis, and payment application as needed

  • Review and approve close activities such as account analyses and trial balance prepared by Accounting

  • Perform specific Business Unit financial reports and financial notes reviews and approve financial reports prepared by Accounting

  • Review and approve business budgets, forecasts and management reporting prepared by FP&A

  • Review expense analysis prepared by FP&A and manage business spend

  • Supervise revenue and margin analysis prepared by FP&A

  • Perform analysis and commentary on financial and management reports

  • Advice on ad-hoc reporting and analysis required by FP&A to recommend appropriate business course corrections

  • Recommend business course corrections based on revenue, expense and margin analyses

  • Provide business partner advisory support to Business Unit Leaders and CFO

  • Present financial and management reporting findings and recommendations to Business Unit Leaders, CFO and Board

  • Monitor controls and business activity


  • Intermediate critical thinking skills

  • Excellent people skills and talent management proficiency

  • Communicates clearly and succinctly, both orally and in writing, with managers, direct reports, coworkers and external parties

  • Thinks outside the box and can identify new opportunities

  • Advanced expertise in financial services, specifically capital markets

  • Intermediate understanding and application of data analysis and excel

  • Understands process capabilities, including enhancement levers such as process redesign, technology and governance

  • Translates strategy into an executable plan and tangible actions

  • Advanced knowledge of GAAP, internal controls, accounting terminology and operations, including General Ledger and financial statement requirements

  • Strong knowledge of financial systems, preferably SAP

  • Advanced knowledge of accounts payable, accounts receivable and financial management reporting

  • Understands key concepts and tasks for time and expense management, payroll, and financial planning, analysis and budgeting

  • Understands the M&A lifecycle, specifically closing transactions and post-merger integration activities

  • Basic understanding of income tax, sales & use tax, and international tax principles, frameworks and processes

  • Understands key concepts of tax planning and strategy and tax audit defense and dependencies on accounting processes and operations

  • Basic understanding of liquidity management, asset and liability management, and risk management processes and frameworks


  • BA / BS degree (4-year college)

  • 5-8 years of prior experience in Accounting (i.e. reconciliations, bookkeeping, accounts payable, budget creation)


  • CPA required


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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls.  The employee frequently is required to talk and hear.  The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; reach with hands and arms.  The employee is rarely required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. 

The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, and the ability to adjust focus. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.


777 Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All aspects of consideration for employment and employment with the Company are governed on the bases of merit, competence and qualifications without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other category protected by federal, state, or local law.

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Job purpose

The Director of Branch and Customer Support will oversee a centralized unit that supports sales, branches, and external customers. The Director works with Regional employees and external customers to ensure prompt resolution of system-related or customer inquiries or complaints. The role requires the management of written communication to field employees of system updates and defects. The role also requires demonstrated technical and leadership capabilities. The Director effectively leads to personnel, drives priorities, and implements standards that promote excellence in support/customer service. The Director should have experience with capacity management while utilizing technology, such as ticketing systems and phone systems, to forecast staffing levels. Technology should also be used to create metrics for optimal efficiency of the team and better serve our field employees and external customers.  The Director should also have experience working and engaging with customers in a digital space.

The candidate should work effectively in cross-functional teams.

Duties and responsibilities

  • Implement corporate strategy regarding support.

  • Provide exceptional product support for all Regional employees and external customers

  • Draft, oversee and distribute employee communications regarding system issues and updates

  • Serve as a product expert on Regional applications needed to support the field employees

  • Serve as a point of escalation  for internal branch and external customer inquiries, support, and complaints

  • Address customer escalations by engaging applicable subject matter experts for quick resolution

  • Manage the creation and curation of support knowledge by ensuring internal procedures remain updated and employees properly cross-trained

  • Mentor support team on technical, principles of good customer service, and communication techniques

  • Manage a team for optimal efficiency

  • Represent the support staff in cross-functional meetings

  • Schedule may require some weekend and evening hours

  • Other duties related to supporting as assigned

Ideal Candidate

  • Technically hands-on with product support issues

  • Excellent communicator with Regional employees and external customers

  • Understands the support process from initial contact to resolution

  • Experience managing multiple modes of internal and external customer communication

  • 5+ years of experience with technical product support management or call center management

  • Enjoys working in a fast-paced and changing environment

  • Has the ability to multi-task

  • Has the ability to manage deadlines

Minimum Qualifications

  • Associates Degree (commensurate experience may be used in lieu of degree)

  • 5+ years of Consumer Finance experience

  • 10+ years managing a call center or customer support department

  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Suite

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with Nortridge Loan System (NLS)

  • Experience with JIRA

  • Experience with Contact Center


Critical Competencies

  • Excellent communication skills

  • Organizing and task management

  • Capacity Management

  • Proactive Management


Working conditions

This position works in an office setting.



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Redwood Community Health Coalition (RCHC) is a small non-profit organization based in beautiful Petaluma, California. Although RCHC has a staff of only twenty, our work serves to strengthen the capacity of our members, a network of 16 independent health centers, to serve over 230,000 patients.  Our mission is to improve access to, and the quality of care provided, for under-served and uninsured people in Napa, Sonoma, Marin and Yolo Counties.


RCHC has an annual operational budget of $5 million and is largely grant funded. The Director of Finance oversees the financial/accounting and business operations of the organization. individual will play a critical role on the senior leadership team in strategic direction and decision-making. In addition, the individual will have regular, hands-on accounting duties. The successful candidate will be forward thinking, analytical, and growth oriented as well as a participative manager. This position will lead and oversee the staff accountant and consultants in the following areas: business planning, finance and accounting, and compliance.


The essential functions listed are typical examples of work performed by positions in this job classification. They are not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, tasks, and responsibilities. Employees may perform other duties as assigned.


  • Active member of the Senior Leadership Team

  • Develop and implement overall business and finance strategy including managing budget, fund development, contracts and grants.

  • Work with the CEO to provide staff support and guidance to the Board and Membership

  • Lead and oversee RCHC compliance functions.


  • Develop and update forward thinking business and finance strategies for the organization. Create and implement tactical plans and procedures.

  • Lead and oversee annual budgeting and planning process, in conjunction with CEO, fiscal staff, and program staff. Manage the organization’s budget and grants throughout the year, including making adjustments for new and ending grants.  Maximizing grant billing.

  • Administer and review all financial plans and budgets; monitor progress and changes, and  keep senior leadership team abreast of the organization’s financial status.

  • Manage organizational cash flow and forecasting.

  • Assist with fund development and grants seeking.

  • Responsible for overall accounting processes and staff including daily data entry, AP, AR, monitoring of cash flow, and monthly financial preparation and reporting.

  • Fill in for accountant during periods of time off, including performing transactional processes to ensure day-to-day operations stay current.  Work with CEO during these times to ensure internal controls are maintained  

    1. Ensure the integrity of accounting information by recording, verifying, consolidating and entering transactions.

    2. Prepare and record asset, liability, revenue and expense entries by compiling and analyzing account information.

    3. Maintains and balances subsidiary accounts by verifying, allocating, posting and reconciling transactions and resolving discrepancies

  • Create, analyze and present financial reports in an accurate and timely manner; clearly communicate monthly and annual financial statements; collate financial reporting materials and oversee all financial, project/program and grants accounting

  • Coordinate and lead the annual audit process, liaise with external auditors; assess any changes necessary

  • Implement a robust grant and financial management and reporting system; ensure that the contract billing and collection schedule is adhered to and that financial data are steady and support operational requirements

  • Oversee contracting and procurement processes. Ensure annual tracking and updating of contracts and business agreements, including business associate agreements and data sharing agreements.

  • Update and implement all necessary business policies and accounting practices; update and maintain the finance department’s overall policy and procedure manual.

  • Effectively communicate and present the critical financial matters to the Board of Directors. Coordinate and lead the Finance Committee of the Board of Directors.

  • Educate program managers on budget and processes to facilitate their ability to manage their program budgets.

  • As requested, research and analyze emerging financial or and operational issues relevant to health centers and the changing healthcare system that arise in member meetings or committees and lead group discussions.


  • Supervises accounting staff


  • Lead, participate or perform other duties and projects as requested

  • Assist others in the organization as requested

  • Participate in organization-wide meetings, committees, and initiatives


  • To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions


  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, or Business required; Master’s Degree in Business Administration preferred.

  • Minimum of five years of experience creating and managing a budget process required.

  • Experience in managing the financial aspects of multiple simultaneous federal, state and foundation grants required.

  • Experience overseeing the quality and content of all financial data required.   

  • Prior hands-on accounting experience required.  Quickbooks experience preferred.

  • Experience coordinating an audit for multiple divisions or programs in a non-profit organization preferred.

  • Experience working in a health-related business or a non-profit preferred.

  • Experience and skills in board relations and governance preferred.


  • Working knowledge of business, budgeting, and accounting principles.

  • Strong working knowledge of grant administration and management.

  • Working knowledge of contract negotiation and risk management.

  • Advanced computer literacy including Microsoft Office programs (Excel, Outlook), QuickBooks, and grants management software required.


  • Business expertise – strong financial management and business skills; experience with contracts and grants management

  • Ability to identify administrative and financial issues, research and analyze options and best practices, and make recommendations for moving forward.

  • Ability to translate financial concepts to, and to effectively collaborate with, program colleagues who lack finance backgrounds.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to build relationships and prioritize, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders

  • Ability to multi-task and perform in a fast-paced environment


  • Problem Solver -- Intelligent, results-oriented, analytical, persuasive and influential, energetic and motivating

  • Integrity – take responsibility and be accountable for all actions, model positive actions at all times

  • Emotional Intelligence – transparent, empathetic, respectful, inclusionary, conscientious

  • Project Management - Completes projects on time and within budget

  • Active listener – reflective, relationship-focused, open to divergent options

  • Collaborative - Ability to effectively manage relationships, consensus builder, strong facilitator, listen and respond effectively to members and Board as well as internal staff.

  • Innovative – embraces change and is creative - thinks outside the box


  • Travel required for meetings or conferences

  • Automobile and valid driver’s license preferred or the ability to get to various work sites


  • Work is performed in a typical office environment as well as outside locations including member health centers, government buildings, and community venues

  • Currently, due to COVID-19, most staff are working remotely and limited on-site work is performed. Candidate must be in a location where it is possible to access high-speed internet to perform the work remotely.  When Shelter-at-Home Orders are lifted, staff will be expected to return to work in the Petaluma Office.


  • Ability to sit for long periods

  • Frequent standing, walking, travel

  • Hand and wrist dexterity to utilize computer and office equipment.

  • Vision, hearing, and speaking required to use a computer, phone, read, and interact with members, staff and partners

  • Occasional stoop, reach, lift (up to 20 pounds), bend, etc.

For consideration please submit your interest by January 25, 2021. This position will be remain open until filled.

RCHC is an “at-will” and equal opportunity employer. Applicants and employees shall not be discriminated against because of race, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender (including pregnancy and gender expression) identity, color, marital status, veteran status, medical condition, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law or ordinance. Reasonable accommodation will be made so that qualified disabled applicants may participate in the application process.



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This position is a middle management position which will report directly to the Director of Finance and Administration and lend support to the Director in all aspects of finance and administration to effectively support the implement of policies. This position will also work in conjunction with Administrative Staff, Payroll and Bookkeeping.


The work will include but not be limited to:

- Administration Functions

- Bookkeeping

- Payroll Reconciliation

- Union Report Reconciliation

- Accounts payable/Receivable coding and data entry

- Financial Reporting including Journal Entries


Company Description

John Rocchio Corporation - Contractors Since 1960
John Rocchio Corporation is a performance driven, diverse heavy civil contracting company. We provide a full range of civil contracting services that include bridge, culvert, damn, utility and road construction. With our long history of successful projects, our work today can be seen throughout all of Southern New England.

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What is Current?

Our mission as a company is to enable income-conscious consumers to earn additional passive income from their everyday habits.

Current Mobile Inc is a US-based company that builds mobile technology products for income-conscious consumers. Our products let people around the world earn passive income while using their mobile phones for daily habits like music, games, news, shopping, browsing, charging, and even unlocking their device. Our passionate team of innovation leaders relentlessly convert user attention and data into rewards. 

Our flagship products, Current Rewards, and Mode Smartphone are hugely popular with millions of users around the world. It is our goal to provide a free Mode phone to every income-conscious consumer on the planet, enabling them to earn up to $100 each month while passively using their device. Our common purpose is to bring financial joy to the lives of our user base.

In 2018, Current became the first company to raise over $36M through an SEC-registered security token offering, to implement our royalty-paying token $CRNC across company product lines. We are rapidly growing. In the last 12 months, we have grown 25% month over month. As we embark on the next phase of our incredible expansion, we are looking for exceptional talent to help fuel the growth.

How we work:

Current is committed to learning, exploring new ideas & alternatives, and is united by curiosity. We are results-driven, use OKRs to guide us on our decisions, and emphasize goal accomplishment.

We put emphasis on the following Values:

  • Lead with Purpose

Leadership does not necessarily mean management. Everyone is a leader, no matter the role. Taking pride in your responsibilities, finding & executing solutions is key.


  • Focus on the 'Why'

The best solutions start with everyone understanding the problem and its impact. We've found that if someone understands the 'why', they will produce an innovative 'what' and 'how'. If we cannot explain the 'why' clearly, we don't understand the problem ourselves.


  • Bring a Sense of Humor

Our work environment is a lighthearted & positive place where employees are united by humor and camaraderie; we believe laughter is a great way to uplift employee morale and form bonds with each other.


  • Set New Precedents

We drive innovation and push boundaries for all company activities while understanding that anything worth doing will have roadblocks. We set a new standard of worth for people's time, data, and attention while rewarding what most other companies take.


  • Collaboration

We won't thrive without recognizing others strengths. Listen and evolve together, helping and supporting each other for the sake of a collective goal.


We believe in the following workplace Norms:

  • Honor Commitments, Your Word Matters

Specific Measurable Attainable Relevant & Timely (S.M.A.R.T) Asks & Answers

  • Allow OKRs To Guide Us

Individual & Departmental OKRs will largely impact success at Current

  • Agree to Disagree & Commit

Voice concerns in a respectful & appropriate manner directly to your manager or the Executive Team

  • Assume Positive Intent

Always start from the idea that a person meant well or was doing their best, no matter what they say or do


Why Current? 

  • You have an opportunity to be one of the first people to join a team of high caliber ambitious people who are out to challenge the status quo of content consumption. 

  • We're a well-funded revenue-generating company, and have a runway for years to come.

  • We've built successful media properties before. In 2016, we drove over 110 million views per month and were ranked in the top 400 highest trafficked websites worldwide.

  • We're committed to bringing diverse industry experiences and perspectives together. The team is made up of alumni from Y-Combinator, Ivy League Universities, College Dropouts, Fortune 500, and everything in between.

  • We have superior financiers and advisors including Mark Cuban and several top-tier institutional investors.

  • Our leadership team has worked together on various projects over the last seven years which has greatly impacted their ability to evolve from past challenges and build efficient and effective processes.

  • We care about building a disruptive product that empowers our users. We think big!


Director of Strategic Finance

We are looking for a leader to not only shape, but build the strategic finance function of Current as we embark on the next phase of our incredible growth. As we continue to scale, how should we evolve our go-to-market strategy? How should it impact pricing strategy? How will we continue to drive operating leverage as we grow our teams? How should we build financial and valuation models? This is a fantastic opportunity to join a well funded, rapidly growing company in a high-profile role that will have a direct impact on strategic planning and decision making at Current. The individual will bring experience, energy, and insight as they work within teams and across all departments and product lines to build monetization strategies and financial models to ensure key financial considerations are well understood, clearly communicated, and closely monitored.

We'd love to talk with you if…

  • You have a strong background in finance and strategy (Investment Banking, Consulting, Corporate Development, VC/PE or FP&A at a tech platform company)

  • You have a strong business acumen and proven ability to understand/dissect complex financial drivers and build valuation models

  • You have a hands-on understanding of tech platform valuation metrics such as LTV, CAC, ARPU, retention, virality, etc.

  • You have some experience in modeling and delivering monetization strategies for consumer adtech or fintech businesses

  • You have a startup experience as co-founder having raised funding from top angel investors or VCs (preferred)

  • You have experience participating or leading financial forecasting, budgeting, and financial model development processes

  • You're experienced in GAAP and financial statement analysis

  • You have advanced level skill in spreadsheet modeling

  • You have a bachelor degree in finance, economics or accounting (preferred)

  • You have experience with crypto economics and accounting (preferred)

Role expectations

You'll be working closely with the executive team and reporting directly to the Vice President of Operations, and will be responsible for a wide range of tasks, including:

  • Partnering with the company's leadership to define, launch, and drive strategic and operational initiatives around monetization and pricing strategy

  • Providing financial guidance on long term product, go-to-market, and organizational strategy and investment decisions

  • Understanding and forecasting key business drivers and operating metrics

  • Building, maintaining and enhancing our long-range financial and valuation models 

  • Building monetization strategies & models for our consumer ad tech and fintech business

  • Developing or enhancing a wide range of strategic analysis, including sales efficiency / cost of sales drivers, pricing strategy, and market size analysis

  • Serving as the primary point of contact for external-facing financial requests

  • Updating monthly and quarterly board decks

  • Providing subject matter expertise and guidance regarding all finance related decisions

  • Evaluating data from analytics platforms in order to effectively monitor progress against company goals

  • Overseeing financial aspects of vendor negotiations, funding issues and related efforts

  • Managing financial reporting, including tax compliance


  • Participation in the company's equity & token plan

  • Health, dental, and vision insurance with employer contribution 

  • Work with highly curated high caliber people

  • Celebrate employee personal milestones

  • Remote team building activities every 6-8 weeks

  • Virtual happy hours & team events

  • - we use as a way to recognize and reward employees for their hard work + commitment 

  • Bi-weekly virtual yoga + meditation classes

  • We follow the "12PM to 1PM CST Break" - no meetings during this time to encourage team members to take a break in their workday!

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Parker+Lynch has partnered with a boutique engineering firm to find a Director of Finance and Operations in Sterling, VA. As Director of Finance and Operations, you will lead a team of professionals in accounting, HR, and operations, and report directly to the CEO. This company offers strong benefits and is offering a salary between $110,000 - $140,000.


Job Duties:

·         Manage a diverse team of professionals, including accountant, AR, AP, HR, and warehouse staff

·         Serve as financial and accounting leader to CEO, providing direction and support as needed

·         Manage ESOP, including disbursements and audit

·         Prepare and develop company budgets and forecasts

·         Lead annual audit and work with outside auditors and bankers

·         Oversee day-to-day accounting functions, including inventory accounting and job-cost accounting

·         Serve as Facility Security Officer to hold security clearances for the company



·         BS in Accounting, Finance, or related field

·         8+ years of progressive experience in accounting and finance

·         Strong computer software skills, including advanced Excel and MS Dynamics SL

·         Management of teams

·         Must be eligible to obtain a US Security Clearance


Company Description

At Parker + Lynch we align top-level talent with exclusive jobs in the finance, accounting and legal technology fields. In addition, through our consulting practice, we bring talented executives and senior-level professionals together with leading companies to tackle critical projects.

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Are you a passionate, successful finance leader who would thrive in a dynamic, culturally rich community in a socially responsible environment?

If so, it’s the perfect time to join the this organization and make an impact

The successful candidate will have oversight of all accounting and finance activities for the organization. The position provides support to both the Audit and Finance Committees and works very closely with and is a part of the Executive team. This position is very hands-on and leads all day-to-day accounting operations of the Organization and supervises one staff who assists with accounts payable and accounts receivable/deposits. This position is responsible for establishing and maintaining appropriate internal controls.


The Organization is a nonprofit early learning center located in West Oakland with a $4.2 million annual budget and staff of 55. Founded in 1911, the Organization provides early childhood education, nurturing care, and family services for 230 children from the ages of 2 to 6 and their families.


  • Prepare timely and accurate financial reports - monthly, quarterly and annually in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.

  • Prepare exceptional management reporting for the Board of Directors including performance metrics and insightful analysis.

  • Oversee all daily accounting operations including deposits, accounts payable, and cash flow management.

  • Lead and take ownership for annual financial audit and 990 preparation.

  • Ensure compliance with grant funders and local, state and federal reporting requirements. Report regularly to appropriate staff on the financial status of all funds. Coordinate with appropriate staff to ensure that all grant reporting is accurate, complete and submitted on time.

  • Create and maintain a tight control environment with strict compliance with the Organizations policies and procedures.

  • Manage the annual budgeting process. Drive cost savings and financial discipline throughout the organization.

  • Own all processes related to the accounting software..

  • Ensure lean operations by driving continual process improvements and automation.

  • Ensure compliance with all fiscal and program contractual conditions of each funding source.



· Minimum of BA in accounting or business. MBA and/or CPA preferred.

· Minimum 7+ years financial management experience with demonstrated increases in responsibility.

· Experience with nonprofit accounting including completing Form 990.

· Solid experience coordinating audit activities and managing reporting, preparing financial statements and reports, budget development and analysis, accounts payable and receivable, general ledger, and payroll.

- Strong Excel and financial modeling skills.

· Demonstrated knowledge of nonprofit accounting principles and procedures and restricted fund accounting.

· Outstanding written and verbal communications skills

· Outstanding attention to detail.

· Collaborative style and strong influencing skills.



· Must possess mobility to work in a standard office setting and to use standard office equipment, including a computer, and strength to lift and carry materials weighing up to 20 pounds; vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person and over the telephone.

·This position is onsite in an office environment on the third floor. Candidates must be able to walk up several flights of stairs several times per day. Infrequent travel may be needed for professional trainings after the pandemic.




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Siino & Associates is a leading provider of search and staffing services for accounting and finance professionals.
You always work with a strategic partner who understands your sense of urgency as well as your objectives, technical skills, and culture. Our recruiters are armed with the in-depth industry knowledge and experience to properly qualify candidates and efficiently fill positions with candidates that are an ideal match.

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Our client, a retail company in Menlo Park, is looking for a Director of Reporting and Revenue to join their expanding company. This retail company brings customer service and technology together to help ease technology transitions for users. Ranked by LinkedIn as one of the top 50 most sought-after startups in the US, this is a great opportunity for someone to join a dynamic team with a high learning curve. 

  • Lead the company’ s efforts towards developing external financial reporting capability.

  • Manage the review process with internal stakeholders, external auditors and counsel of quarterly and annual external reporting filings and financial information relating to other earnings release material.

  • Perform research and write position papers on technical accounting and reporting matters in compliance with US GAAP and external reporting regulations. Also will work with third party providers to assist with technical accounting matters.

  • Formulate processes and procedures for gathering information for financial disclosures and reporting such as working with the accounting team to gather information needed for disclosure in quarterly and annual filings and working with payroll, stock administration and HR to gather information needed for reporting and disclosure. 

  • Prepare supporting documents for company’ s external reporting and work with external auditors during quarterly reviews and annual audits to ensure timely review and finalization of company filings.

  • Own management of the company’ s external reporting calendar and schedule and act as the primary coordinator with all stakeholders to ensure smooth and timely filings. This will include working with internal stakeholders and external parties to ensure review comments are gathered and incorporated into the Company’ s filings and following up with such parties to close out comments and questions to ensure accurate and timely filings.

  • Complete external reporting and GAAP checklists and review xbrl tagging 

  • Other duties as assigned 


  • Minimum eight years of work experience including 5 years of public accounting experience combined with 3 years of direct industry experience with SEC reporting (Regulation S-X and S-K) and preparation of financial statements and footnotes of public companies

  • If coming from straight public accounting must have led at least three liquidity events in last couple years (e.g. IPO, Direct Listing, SPAC) 

  • Knowledge of US GAAP and SEC Regulations.

  • Strong written and oral communication skills.

  • Excellent organization and problem-solving skills and the ability to independently prioritize multiple tasks and bring projects to completion.

  • Prior experience working with internal stakeholders and external auditors in relation to SEC filings. 

  • Ability to research and write technical position papers on accounting and reporting matters. 

  • Experience working on SEC reporting platforms such as Active Disclosure and Workiva WDesk and GL systems - Oracle. 

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Finance Director

Purpose of the Job

The Finance Directors' position serves a critical role in the success of the organization overseeing financial management, reporting and analysis; accounting functions, budgeting, internal and audit controls, accounting procedures, and compliance. In addition, this position ensures sound and effective accounting procedures and processes as well as compiling, developing and disseminating financial statement. The incumbent directs finance and accounting staff, and oversees external audits for all country offices to be included in the consolidated organization's audit. This role is also responsible for the maintenance and update of system of accounting system(s) to ensure efficiency and accuracy of financial records within the guidelines of GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles), and internal policies and controls designed to mitigate risk. The incumbent will assist with an accounting system conversion to enhance the accuracy of the reported financial activities and financial reporting.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities

Oversight, Risk Assessment and Management, and Internal Controls

  1. Serve as the financial expert for all the organization's finance and accounting needs, and oversee a complex financial system of multiple currencies and varying regulations of an international nonprofit.

  2. Manage, develop, and oversee performance of the accounting and finance teams in all country offices in the daily finance operations and accounting functions, ensuring consistent internal and audit controls, regulatory compliance with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements, required filings, and related challenges to ensure .

  3. Established policies and internal controls designed to mitigate risk. The incumbent is required to enhance the accuracy of the reported financial activities, and must possess substantial experience in developing, implementing, and auditing financial processes and procedures, internal controls and managerial accounting.

  4. Develop, update and document business processes and accounting policies to maintain and strengthen internal controls.

  5. Manage and oversee all accounting and finance team in all accounting functions and daily operations to include general ledger, cost accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, budget preparation and management, financial analyses and compliance.

Financial Management

  1. Oversee the development, management and analysis of budgets, ensuring sound and effective accounting procedures and processes.

  2. Lead the development and dissemination of accurate and informative financial reports and financial statement, internal & external audits, and maintaining an efficient system of financial records within the generally accepted accounting principles.

  3. Manage, prepare and report on cash flow analysis and cash position, directing needed fund transfers.

General and Managerial Accounting

  1. Direct and oversee the month-end and year-end close processes.

  2. Lead preparation for annual external and internal audits. Interact with auditors, manage field work and subsequent negotiations.

  3. Manage and lead preparation of tax filing requirements; federal and state registration/renewals.

  4. Analyze the impact for changes in accounting and federal regulations on the organizations.

  5. Ensures integrity of financial systems.

  6. Manage banking and vendor relationships.

Supervisory Responsibilities

Supervise, direct, and manage Finance and Accounting staff in the United States and oversee finance functions in all country offices.

Knowledge, Education, Experience, and Skills

  • Licensed CPA (Certified Public Accountant) or certified CMA (Certified Management Accountant)

  • Minimum 15 years' experience in managerial accounting and finance. Minimum 7 years of non-profit accounting/financial management.

  • Knowledge of various accounting software, and experience in financial management.

  • Previous audit experience preferred and highly regarded. Experience with Regulatory Compliance and Audit Standards.

  • Experience with international program activities a must.

  • Strong leadership and managerial skills, with 10 years of management experience. Ability to effectively manage diverse staff, remotely and on-sight.

  • Outstanding people skills and excellent customer service

  • Effective communication skills, written and verbal.

  • Exposure to Coptic culture, and Arabic speaking a plus.

  • Advanced Microsoft Excel and presentation skills.

Physical Demands (walking, lifting, carrying, etc)

Typical office environment, limited to walking, sitting, typing, using computer and office equipment, etc. and occasional lifting of boxes and luggage.

Working Conditions and Environment (i.e., necessary travel, unusual work hours, etc.)

  • Some potential international travel to field office and project sites.

  • Some weekends and evening work will be required based on workload and deadlines.

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About the Role:

The Director of HR position is responsible for aligning business objectives with employees and management in designated business units. The position serves as a consultant to management on human resource-related issues. The successful Director of HR acts as an employee champion and change agent. The role assesses and anticipates HR-related needs. Communicating needs proactively with our HR department and business management, the Director of HR seeks to develop integrated solutions. The position formulates partnerships across the HR function to deliver value-added service to management and employees that reflects the business objectives of the organization. The position will include international human resource responsibilities.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Plan, develop, organize, implement, direct, evaluate and continuously improve the organization’s HR function and performance.

  • Participate and help facilitate Senior Leadership and Board of Director meetings, offering insights in development of departmental initiatives in implementation of Company’s strategic plan and vision.

  • Develop strategic staffing plans and programs to identify and develop talent within and outside the organization for all positions.

  • Guide all managers to strategic goal execution and organizational alignment.

  • Develop appropriate HR analytics and metrics to drive workforce effectiveness and HR efficiency.

  • Analyzes trends and metrics in partnership with the HR group to develop solutions, programs and policies.

  • Consult with management and team members to improve working relationships, build employee morale, increase productivity and retention.

  • Manages and resolves complex employee relations issues.

  • Conducts effective, thorough and objective investigations.

  • Maintains in-depth knowledge of legal requirements related to day-to-day management of employees, reducing legal risks and ensuring regulatory compliance.

  • Partners with the legal department as needed/required.

  • Provides day-to-day performance management guidance to line management (e.g., coaching, counseling, career development, disciplinary actions).

  • Works closely with management and employees to improve work relationships, build morale, and increase productivity and retention.

  • Provides HR policy guidance and interpretation.

  • Develops contract terms for new hires, promotions and transfers.

  • Assists international employees with expatriate assignments and related HR matters.

  • Provides guidance and input on business unit restructures, workforce planning and succession planning.

  • Identifies training needs for business units and individual executive coaching needs.

  • Participates in evaluation and monitoring of training programs to ensure success.

  • Follows up to ensure training objectives are met.

  • Other duties as needed


  • Degree in Human Resources Management or related degree or equivalent experience.

  • Minimum of 5 to 7 years' experience resolving complex employee relations issues.

  • Working knowledge of multiple human resource disciplines, including compensation practices, organizational diagnosis, employee relations, diversity, performance management, and federal and state respective employment laws.

  • Human Resources Certification preferred .

  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal.

  • Ability to use MS Office programs and HR related software.

  • Intermediate to advanced proficiency in Excel.

  • Manufacturing experience is a must.

  • LEAN experience, specifically Danaher Business Systems or Toyota Production Systems, highly desired but not required.

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The Arc Wayne of Newark, NY, a Human Services Agency, is seeking to hire aDirector of Financeto join our team to oversee the day-to-day activities of the Finance Department.

We also offer excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 403(b) retirement plan with company match, paid holidays, and paid sick and vacation time. If this sounds like the opportunity that you've been looking for, apply today!


The Arc Wayne, a parent-based organization, advocates for and supports persons of all ages with or without disabilities. We assist individuals in taking their full, independent, productive place in society through an array of quality, individualized services. With compassion, understanding, and support, we connect individuals and families to a world of possibilities that promote independence. We are person-centered, respectful, reliable, inclusive, and dedicated to our community!

At The Arc Wayne, you'll have the opportunity to make a positive difference in someone's life while working with other great employees. We invest in our employees and help them achieve individual as well as team goals to reach their maximum potential. If you would like to begin a rewarding career in your community, we would love for you to join our team!


This position reports to theCFO,acting as the liaison and point person with other departments within the Agency, with both outside agencies, internal and external auditors and with the general public.In this position, you will superviseaccounting, bookkeeping and clerical staffto include hiring, performance management and training; under the direction of the CFO, you will prepare and submit the annual Consolidated Fiscal Report.In addition, you will maintain the Finance Department policies and procedures, internal control systems, daily processes, and will assist the CFO in the developing/implementation ofdepartmental policies and procedures to include internal control systems. You will also monitor and oversee year-end and month-end close and prepare and monitor all audits. You will prepare financial reports, spreadsheets, analyses and review internal and financial statements with program directors, and will assist the CFO with development of new ventures and annual budget.


  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Accounting, Finance or closely related field.

  • At least five years' of accounting and finance experience with progressively demanding and complex job assignments including at least 3 years of experience supervising multiple staff.

  • Non-profit experience preferred.

  • Must have advanced proficiency in financial and cost accounting, analytical, problem solving and Excel skills.

  • Acceptable results of reference and background checks required.


Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. with flexibility to meet program needs


If you feel that you would be right for this job as our Director of Finance, please fill out an application so that we can review your information. We look forward to meeting you!

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The Director of Finance will join a small, energetic and productive development company to help ensure the long-term financial health of a portfolio of residential buildings largely financed with LIHTC and bonds, as well as other governmental sources.  The Director of Finance will work with both the Chief Operating Officer of Monadnock Development and the President of Monadnock Property Management.

Operating Performance/Budget Review

  • Work with staff and third-party managers to generate and monitor operating and capital budgets for all properties;

  • Measure and analyze the financial performance of all properties relative to budgets, and prepare quarterly performance reports highlighting strengths and weaknesses;

  • Review monthly, quarterly and annual property operating reports and financial statements and  provide required information to owners, investors, lenders and regulatory agencies; 

  • Track paid and deferred developer fee payments;

  • Based on annual audits, work with syndicators to facilitate cash distributions from operating accounts as appropriate.

Financial Audits and Tax Returns

  • Coordinate with internal and external auditors to insure timely delivery of annual financial audits and tax returns on all reporting entities;

  • Review draft audit reports and tax returns with internal accounting and outside auditors for reasonable assurance that the reports, inclusive of financial statements and disclosures, are fairly stated;

  • Review draft tax returns with internal accounting department and outside tax preparers to obtain assurance of accuracy.    

  • Coordinate signoff of returns by managing shareholder/member and distribution of IRS forms and K1s to shareholder/members.

Asset Management

  • Work with third party property managers to ensure compliance with all LIHTC requirements; 

  • Provide assistance to development and construction staff to help transition projects from construction to occupancy, including the marketing and lease up of buildings, and eventually, to conversion;

  • Work with consultants to generate and review, cost certifications, 95-5 reports and 50% tests;

  • Work with syndicators on release of equity installments.


  • Strong real estate accounting background is a must.

  • Demonstrate financial acumen and analytical skills, and strong problem solving and quantitative abilities.  Must be able to absorb and understand information and make sound business decisions;

  • Demonstrate a thorough understanding of asset management responsibilities for LIHTC properties and affordable housing, and have a full understanding of asset management metrics;

  • Experience working with financial models.  The candidate should be proficient in Excel and Yardi;

  • Must have strong organizational skills and ability to multi task and problem solve;

  • Demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and an ability to work with lenders, regulatory agencies, and outside vendors/managers;

  • Have a willingness to function as part of a team outside the strict outline of this job description as necessary;

  • 5 years of relevant experience working in asset management, accounting, finance, or development; and an understanding of multifamily development, ownership and asset management; 

  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Public Administration, Management or Real Estate Development

Interested candidates should send a letter of introduction and resume to:

Monadnock Development is an Equal Opportunity Employer and seeks diversity in the workplace.


Company Description

Monadnock Development is a leader in the creation of affordable and market rate housing in New York City. Combining development, construction, financial and architectural expertise, our goal is to create high quality housing. Monadnock focuses on large and complex projects that improve neighborhoods and serve New Yorkers at a wide range of incomes. It has approximately 5,600 apartments under its direct or indirect control, and expects to add 1800 units in 2021.

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Our client, a technology security company in Santa Clara, is looking for a Director of Technical Accounting to join their growing team. Ranked as one of the “ Best Places to Work” in the Bay Area, the company has top tier clients and experienced a nearly 30% revenue growth YOY. This is an excellent opportunity for self-starter who enjoys collaborating with people with a diverse set of talents in a dynamic fast-paced environment.  This role will be responsible for lease accounting, M&A, cash flows, and segment reporting. 

  • Work cross-functionally on contemplated business transactions to ensure relevant accounting issues are identified, debated, resolved, and appropriately documented in high quality technical accounting memos (Recent transactions have included acquisitions, hedging, software capitalization, leases, legal settlements, debt and equity offerings, etc.)

  • Research new accounting guidance from the FASB, IASB, SEC and other regulatory bodies, including evaluating the impact of new guidance on the Company’ s financial statements

  • Support educational efforts on accounting and finance related issues, including new accounting guidance or new corporate policies

  • Support the External Reporting team with technical reviews of complex financial statement footnotes in SEC filings

  • Assist in the preparation and review of Company-wide accounting and finance policies, including the revision of existing policies and creation of new policies as new accounting standards are adopted

  • Play a key role in managing special projects, or partner with cross-functional teams as needed

  • Select, develop, and evaluate personnel to ensure effective and efficient accounting operations


  • Bachelor’ s degree in Accounting; active CPA or equivalent required

  • 12 years of relevant experience in public accounting firms and high-tech industry companies with extensive technical accounting experience.

  • Excellent grasp of US GAAP and understanding of IFRS concepts

  • Self-motivated individual with the ability to meet project deliverables

  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment, prioritize appropriately and handle multiple tasks simultaneously

  • An ability to work well within a team structure and effect change cross functionally

  • Critical thinker who can foresee potential obstacles and propose alternative approaches 

  • Experience building relationships and working directly with senior executives

  • Lifelong learner who is passionate about their subject matter expertise and emerging trends

  • High proficiency in MS Office

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