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ICX Group is seeking a Finance Manager or Finance Director (dependent on experience) for a growing company in Jacksonville. The role will report to the VP of Finance and assist in improving the financial performance of the organization.


 


Highlights:



  • Strong company talent with high exposure to upper executives

  • One of the fastest growing privately owned organizations with continued growth year over year


 


Responsibilities:



  • Prepare, analyze, and research weekly and monthly financial results and compare to prior year forecasts and budgets

  • Develop and implement procedures that would affect stragetic goals 

  • Perform data analytics on various cost saving initiatives to ensure they are being met

  • Develop and maintain the accuracy and integrity of the data in the Financial Analysis group models and databases

  • Develop reports to provide visibility to current trends

  • Analytical review of the business using modeling, data collection and reporting, identifying trends and insights, and delivers accurate and complete reports.

  • Support various lines of the business

  •  Prepare reports of findings on competitor information

  • Extract and assimilate data, as well as coordinate flow of information to complete projects and ad hoc requests


 


Requirements:



  • Bachelors Degree in Accounting/Finance

  • 5+ years experience as a Finance professional minimum

  • Strong Excel skills



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Are you a skilled Finance Director that maximizes their pay plan and has great CIT's and paperwork? Great news, we want you to join our team!


Atlantic Coast Automotive Group in South Florida is currently seeking only the best of the best F&I Directors to join our team!



WHY WORK FOR US?


Our assets are our people, reputation and capital: We make a concerted effort to identify and recruit the very best person for each job. We hire our people one by one. In a service business we know that without the best people we cannot be the best dealership group. We want to be big enough to handle any request from our customers effectively while being small enough to maintain the personal attention, loyalty, camaraderie, and morale among our employees that we all treasure and that contributes greatly to our success.



ABOUT THE POSITION:


We are looking for the best of the best Finance Director with a proven and winning track record to join our Team in one of our 9 South Florida locations.


 


RESPONSIBILITIES:


 


· Maintain impeccable reputation with lenders.


· Produce & submit accurate paperwork for title work and to secure timely funding.


· Meet and exceed monthly objectives.


· Adhere to all state and federal laws and regulations as they apply to Finance & Insurance.


· Maintain an efficient workflow of all finance office processes.


· Adhere to Approved Product and Product Pricing Guidelines.


· Adheres to all company policies, procedures and safety standards.


 


QUALIFICATIONS:


· Thorough understanding of retail automotive sales.


· Excellent verbal and written communication skills.


· High level of commitment to customer service.


· Detail oriented and excels in a fast-paced, results driven environment.


· Ability to work a flexible schedule and multi-task.


· Self-motivated enthusiastic/career oriented presence in a team environment.


· Bilingual in Spanish is a plus.


· Valid driver’s license and good driving record


 


WE OFFER:


 


· Industry best F&I Pay Plan (up to 25% Individual & 10% Override).


· Best and friendliest F&I process around.


· Annual Bonuses and Contests exceeding $100,000.


· Generous longevity bonus.


· Medical, Dental and Vision and 401(k).


· Superior Training with in-house F&I Training and Process.


· Equal Opportunity Employer.


 


If you are interested in this position, please apply and submit your resume.



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F&I Director


We are a diverse and fast paced organization that centers on integrity, continuous improvement, teamwork and, most importantly, Customer Service. We are a true partner within the community and are deeply supportive and involved with many local schools, charities, events, and initiatives.


We are experiencing continued growth and are looking for motivated, creative, and enthusiastic individuals who share our core values to join our team.


Job Description


Don’t miss this amazing opportunity. We are looking for a true leader; someone who has proven they can sell well, sell ethically and teach others —a master of finance and insurance knowledge. Are you an experienced F&I Director who can communicate product features and benefits in a way that not only gets customers to understand, but gets them to buy? Can you teach, lead and manage a large team of Finance Managers to deliver an outstanding experience to our customers, drive high CSI and consistent profitability? If so, you are who we are looking for.


Job Roles and Responsibilities



  • Manage and lead the entire F&I team.

  • Manage the Finance process across our dealerships based on delivering an exceptional customer experience and industry leading CSI.

  • Generate profitable, appropriate F&I product income

  • Assure the team produces flawless compliance and paperwork on all transactions for the entire department

  • Manage lending relationships

  • Assure that deals are processed properly and closed quickly to keep CIT levels at acceptable levels.

  • Maintain a working knowledge of leases, current financing options, “balloons,” etc.

  • Maintain targeted levels of penetration for all F&I benefits offered.

  • Interact with our F&I / Sales Training Partners to assure the entire F&I team is engaged in ongoing learning and improvement.


Qualifications



  • Very strong interpersonal skills and ability to build relationships with staff, customers and external contacts

  • Demonstrated ability to achieve high performance goals and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment


Compensation


We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package.  Compensation is based on performance and is competitive with the retail automotive market. The better you lead and produce, the more effective the pay plan becomes.


Our company maintains a strong policy of equal employment opportunity for all associates.  We hire, train, promote and compensate associates on the basis of personal and professional competence and potential for advancement without regard for race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, disability or citizenship, as well as other classifications protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.


 


Company Description

Knowing that something had to be done about the negative connotation that was so readily associated with the car buying and servicing experience, Larry Dorfman set out to change the paradigm in 1984: create ultimate peace of mind with premier driver benefits, and superior customer satisfaction starting from the vehicle purchase, through the span of the vehicle ownership, and back to the next vehicle purchase. The idea soon turned into a business concept that worked, and in the early 1990’s, Automobile Protection Corporation (APCO) and its EasyCare brand became recognized on a national scale.

Today, APCO Holdings, Inc., is a leading marketer and administrator of automotive aftermarket products sold throughout the United States. With more than 30 years of experience, we offer a full suite of driver F&I benefits, innovative dealer services and industry-leading customer service. We proudly hold an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, and our benefits are the industry’s only MOTOR TREND Recommended “Best Buy.” APCO Holdings’ majority shareholder is Toronto-based Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, Canada’s largest single-profession pension plan.


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Real estate investment firm located near Beverly Hills is looking for a Director of Capital Finance.  In this hands-on position, the Director of Capital Finance will oversee an Analyst and be responsible for managing the hospitality real estate portfolio.  Main responsibilities for the position include investment portfolio analysis, capital funding, oversight of portfolio refinancing, and capital fund distribution management.  The Director of Capital Finance will also analyze and prepare fiscal budgets, conduct variance analysis, financial modeling, and manage portfolio revenue.  The Director of Capital Finance will collaborate with various business partners, lenders, brokers, investors, legal teams, and other executives within the organization. 


 



  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration.

  • MBA and/or CPA is extremely preferred.

  • Must have investment banking experience.

  • Hospitality real estate industry experience is also required.

  • Proven track record of capital fundraising.

  • Excellent communication, analytical, and leadership ability.

  • Strong ERP/MS Office (Word and Excel) skills.


 


All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.


 


We consider all qualified applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with state and local laws, including the City of Los Angeles’ Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.


Company Description

We are an equal opportunity employer and make hiring decisions based on merit. Recruitment, hiring, training, and job assignments are made without regard to race, color, national origin, age, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, disability, or any other protected classification. We consider all qualified applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with state and local laws, including the City of San Diego' Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.


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F&I Director


A distinguished Automotive Dealership is seeking a full time, driven, and energetic F&I Director to add to our growing team. This position will appeal to a candidate who believes in respect, integrity, and honesty; therefore, candidates must possess ethical business practices.
 


Responsibilities:



  • Oversee dealership customer loan origination and approval process while maintaining  strong relationships with prime and subprime lenders

  • Accurately prepare all federal, state, and dealer paperwork and submit to the accounting department in a timely manner

  • Lead and mentor Finance Managers within the department, and foster relationships throughout the dealership

  • Establish and maintain monthly forecasted income, penetration levels, and customer satisfaction index (CSI) scores

  • Present service contracts, GAP, and other beneficial ancillary products



Qualifications:



  • Outgoing, career-minded personality with expertise in developing relationships

  • Experience creating a positive sales environment and providing excellent customer service

  • A proven track record of at least 3-5 years of automotive F&I Producer experience is a must; Director experience preferred.

  • Strong attention to detail and excellent follow up skills

  • Must be able to pass a criminal background check and drug screen


 


 



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Position


DIRECTOR OF FINANCE


Full-time


Currently Telecommute, Post COVID - On site


Salary


$135,000 – $160,000 annual


 


PETROL, a leading full-service advertising agency specializing in progressive marketing for some of the biggest brands in tech, sports, and video gaming—among many more—is seeking a full-time DIRECTOR OF FINANCE. With dedicated departments for print services, motion graphics, AV, social media, interactive/digital, as well as media planning & buying, we regularly develop fully integrated global marketing campaigns for some major brands across genres


The Director of Finance will oversee all financial aspects of the business and drive the company's financial strategy and planning. They will be responsible for the development and maintenance of planning and budgeting systems, analysis and interpretation of trends requiring management's attention and the preparation of financial and management reports and procedures assessing the financial performance of the company, as well as, work with international parent company regarding their asks and processes. Contribute in negotiations with customers and suppliers.


Responsibilities include complex data analysis, budget forecasting, overseeing accounts and budgets, and making strategic financial decisions that will meet the organizations short and long-term objectives and regulatory body requirements. The candidate must have extensive experience with companies similar to our sector with a strong financial vision and insight to match.


Responsibilities



  • Development of an efficient finance model and local finance department

  • Financial reporting with high quality and in time. The reporting shall be made in accordance with international accounting standards – as communicated by the Finance team in the parent company.

  • Drive the financial planning of the company by analyzing its performance and risks

  • Retain constant awareness of the company's financial position and act to prevent problems



  • Set targets for and supervise all accounting and finance personnel

  • Prepare timely and detailed reports on financial performance on a monthly and annual basis

  • Conduct analysis to make forecasts and report company executives



  • Direct and monitor all financial activity of the organization

  • Manage company cash flow

  • Outline and implement company-wide budget plans

  • Oversee all accounting operations including billing, A/R, A/P, GL, revenue recognition and all aspects of the monthly and annual close

  • MS Excel expert (VLOOKUP, SUMIF, etc) and ability to create ad hoc reports

  • Oversee all accounting work and set up internal and external audits to ensure the accuracy of information

  • Use data analysis to strategically forecast financial trends

  • Work with and advise the executive management team (and/or parent company management) on solid financial decision making to increase profits and minimize losses

  • Provide strategic financial planning advice to Senior Management for long-term growth

  • Establish internal work processes for financial department and monitor their progress

  • Evaluate company spending

  • Have a clear understanding of and adhere to current laws and regulations

  • Ensure financial compliance

  • Assures policies, procedures and internal controls conform to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)

  • Monitor local financing and liquidity – in cooperation with Group Finance

  • Close attention to accounts receivables and dunning routines

  • Work closely with parent company on Monthly/Quarterly/Annual reports where statutory required

  • Provide documentation to support decisions made by management and directors

  • Coordinate the preparation of regulatory and tax reporting


 


Requirements and Qualifications



  • Minimum of Bachelor's or Master's degree in Business Management, Finance, Accounting, or related field

  • CPA preferred

  • 5-10 years' experience in a senior finance position, auditing experience preferred

  • 5+ years in leadership role

  • Experience from finance and reporting in an international parent group

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Suite

  • Understanding of Workamajig software preferred

  • Extremely knowledgeable in financial forecasting, accounting principles, and financial data analysis

  • Strong interpersonal skills with the propensity to successfully foster new and maintain long-standing business relationships

  • Excellent communication skills, both orally and written; skilled in the art of negotiation

  • Ability to multitask, prioritize and delegate responsibilities in an effective and efficient manner

  • Outstanding integrity, solid moral judgment, and the ability to make important decisions under pressure

  • Expert problem solver, analytical thinker, and decision-maker

  • Develop financial policies

  • Excellent leadership and strong emotional intelligence to encourage staff at all levels of the organization toward continual improvement

  • Service and mentorship minded

  • Meticulous and experienced

  • Not afraid to share knowledge or find solutions Strong knowledge and experience in data processing, and an interest in financial systems and efficient ways of accessing financial information.


 


This Company Describes Its Culture as:



  • Detail-oriented -- quality and precision-focused

  • Innovative -- innovative and risk-taking

  • Stable -- traditional, stable, strong processes

  • People-oriented -- supportive and fairness-focused

  • Team-oriented -- cooperative and collaborative


Physical Requirements


While performing the duties of this job, you'll be frequently be sitting at and using a computer and phone. You might occasionally need to stand, walk, reach, and lift up to 10 pounds. We will do our best to make reasonable accommodations for associates with disabilities to help them succeed in performing this job's essential functions.


 


Petrol Advertising, Inc. provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. 


 


 


NO CALLS PLEASE


For more information about the company, please visit www.petrolad.com


 


 


 


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Job Description


We are seeking a Director Of Accounting Finance! You will be responsible for the effective management and profitable operation of your assigned branch office.


Responsibilities:



  • Coordinate the approval process for all loans and lines of credit

  • Oversee the flow of cash and financial investments

  • Analyze information to assess current and future financial statuses

  • Review costs for optimal budget planning

  • Evaluate reporting systems and collection procedures

  • Lead lean accounting/finance depar9tment

  • Oversee a multi-unit restaurant operation


Qualifications:



  • Previous experience in multi unit restaurant financial management

  • Knowledge of common banking practices

  • Strong leadership qualities

  • Ability to work under pressure

  • Excellent communications skills

  • Excellent collaboration and follow-through skills

  • A keen attention to detail

  • Thought leadership

  • strategic conceptualization skills

  • Current CPA certification

  •  


Company Description

Material Handling Industry


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Overview


Orange County-California based aggressively expanding Real Estate Company with $500mm+ in assets is seeking a Director of Finance to manage the syndication process end-to-end. Our goal is to grow to $1bn in assets under management over the next 12 months.


We are seeking an individual who thrives in a performance-driven environment, is collaborative, and builds inspired teams with the highest standards.


Role


· Comfortable talking to banks on loans, reviewing loan docs, covenants, negotiating loan documents, refinance.


· Oversee the financial statement process – month-end, cash flow statement, P&Ls.


· Work with auditors on all financials


· Work with CPA on taxes – take all deduction, credits, depreciation etc


· Work with department heads on budgets


· Raising cash, investment funds project for acquisitions


· Supervise accounting team in office


 


Qualifications


· 3 to 5 years of Accounting/Finance experience


· Expert in GAAP accounting


· Degree from a top tier undergrad program with major in Finance or Economics, MBA preferred.


· Confident and capable to represent the company at conferences, meetings with all 3rd parties


 


Compensation: Commensurate with experience.



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We are looking for strategic finance leaders to join our Finance team.  The Director will collaborate with key members of the executive leadership team to develop financial strategies and drive analytics to enable business decision making.  They will drive the long-term planning, forecasting, and budgeting processes for the businesses they support.  In addition, they will provide detailed monthly reports and analysis on the performance of the businesses.  The position involves driving important insights with senior finance leaders and executive management and requires strong influence management skills.  The Director will mentor and manage the team to provide top notch business partnership.  The ideal candidate will have a deep background in financial and general business analysis, preferably with a public company, and demonstrated experience managing teams and collaborating with various functions.



Essential Functions:


Strategic Advice and Partnership:



  • Partner with head of business to develop long term financial plans

  • Develop and present strategic insights about the business

  • Align functional goals and strategies to broader global initiatives

  • Lead performance diagnostics, budgeting, forecasting and management reporting

  • Become a trusted business partner to all business units and executive management



Financial Management:



  • Lead preparation of the annual business plan and analysis

  • Interpret and present key findings for senior leadership audience

  • Enable management by providing timely, accurate information

  • Understand business drivers and recommend measures to further improve results

  • Establish efficient processes for monthly and quarterly performance reporting for optimal result



Project Management:



  • Spearhead ad-hoc projects to further improve the overall performance of the team and organization(s)

  • Decision support to senior finance leadership on investment / project decisions as well as strategic organizational and functional developments

  • Provide thought leadership and guidance over core processes building efficiencies and streamlining deliverables



Business Engagement:



  • Integration of finance into the business; attend team meetings /  understanding of the business

  • Tailored, effective presentations, analysis and dialogue with each business partner

  • Timely, meaningful views on their business

  • Dialogue around budget and spend to optimize budget and investments; return-on-investment discipline

  • Robust toolkit to help manage the business and enable management decision making People Management:

  • Attract, recruit and train top talent into the Finance organization

  • Mentor and manage a team of high performing finance resources by helping to create a center of excellence and instilling best practices across finance

  • Influence, motivate and collaborate with key business partners and stakeholders



Preferred Qualifications:



  • At least 10 years of experience in finance, planning and analytics

  • Heavy data analysis and forecasting responsible budgets

  • Proven experience as director of finance or similar role

  • In-depth knowledge of corporate finance and accounting principles, laws and best practices

  • Experience with SaaS based business or subscription based business

  • Experience building and leading a Financial Planning & Analysis (or similar) team with a thorough understanding of financial accounting and management reporting

  • Solid knowledge of financial analysis, forecasting, data science

  • Proficient in the use of MS Office and financial management software (e.g. SAP)

  • Proactive, strategic thinker

  • A strong analytical mind with a strategic ability

  • Excellent organizational, project management and leadership skills

  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal abilities

  • BSc/BA in accounting, finance or relevant field; MSc/MA is a plus

  • CPA or other relevant qualification is a plus


Company Description

Weld North Education is obsessively focused building the best digital curriculum capabilities and resources in the world; to enable teachers, administrators, parents, and students to benefit from innovative technologies designed to maximize potential.

Over the last decade, WNE has invested millions of dollars to make its digital offerings more powerful and effective. Today, we are beginning to bring the best digital curriculum capabilities to a broader base of students across the entire K-12 landscape. See what we’re doing to bring learning forward


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Director of Finance


Location: Bronx, NY


About the Company & Opportunity:


·         Leading nonprofit organization, established for over 15 years, focused on education and family support


·         Friendly and family-oriented team


·         Growing organization with plans to expand in the coming years, this person will have direct involvement in growth plans


·         Extremely hands on role


Responsibilities of the Director of Finance


·         Financial reporting


·         Budget preparation


·         Grant applications/vouchering and contracts associated with grants


·         Day to day accounting activities including accounts payable and month and year end close preparation


·         Payroll reporting and reconciliations


·         Manage employee 401K plan


Experience Preferred for the Director of Finance


·         3+ years of hands on experience, supervisory experience a plus


·         Nonprofit exposure a plus


·         Excellent communicator and approachable personality


·         Strong attention to detail


·         CPA or MBA a plus


Company Description

CFS is a leading, employee-owned staffing firm—the largest one founded by CPA firms. With more than two decades of experience helping companies locate, attract and hire exceptional accounting, finance & IT professionals, CFS has unique resources to better understand hiring needs, attract higher-caliber candidates and assess candidate potential. Established in 1994, CFS today operates 30+ offices across 21 states and the Caribbean. Serving most major U.S. markets and beyond, CFS connects companies with candidates, from entry-level to executive level, temporary to direct hire and project support to interim management.

CFS was named to Forbes’ list of “Best Professional Recruiting Firms” three years in a row and also cited by LinkedIn as one of the “Most Socially Engaged Staffing Agencies” two years in a row!


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Dallas, NC Vice President Finance, Operations & Facilities • Director Small Business Center • Supervisor Design, Printing & Mailroom • Product Development Specialist-Textile Technology Center Kimbrell Campus Belmont, NC APPLY ONLINE ONLY www.gaston.edu Employment Opportunities AA/EEO Employer


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Fast Growing, Very Successful, Fast Paced Sports Nutrition and Performance Beverage company is looking to hire a Director of Finance to oversee the company Financials. We are looking for a self starter, energetic, team oriented, and hands on candidate to join our TEAM. Responsibilities will include but not be limited to the following:



  • Provide strategic financial guidance to the CEO and Senior leadership teams.

  • Ensure credibility of the Finance team by providing timely and accurate monthly close, accurate reforecast of yearly budgets and financial trends.

  • Manages all financial transactions including expense management, fixed assets, reviewing all general ledgers expense entries, deposits, and product inventory for accuracy.

  • Evaluates comparison of actual results to budget with suggested corrective actions for managers.

  • Performs special projects and other duties as needed.


Job Requirements



  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting/Finance.

  • CPA required.

  • SAP working experience required.

  • 10-12 years of experience of progressive accounting and finance experience including 5 years of management experience.

  • Manufacturing experience with Pharmaceutical, Nutraceutical or Beverage background highly desirable.

  • Superior Management skills; ability to influence and engage others.

  • Proven track record of success driving processes and facilitating progressive organizational change.

  • Strong financial modeling skills.

  • Excellent communication skills including interpersonal and presentation skills.



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Overview


Orange County-California based aggressively expanding Real Estate Company with $500mm+ in assets is seeking a Director of Finance to manage the syndication process end-to-end. Our goal is to grow to $1bn in assets under management over the next 12 months.


We are seeking an individual who thrives in a performance-driven environment, is collaborative, and builds inspired teams with the highest standards.


Role


· Comfortable talking to banks on loans, reviewing loan docs, covenants, negotiating loan documents, refinance.


· Oversee the financial statement process – month-end, cash flow statement, P&Ls.


· Work with auditors on all financials


· Work with CPA on taxes – take all deduction, credits, depreciation etc


· Work with department heads on budgets


· Raising cash, investment funds project for acquisitions


· Supervise accounting team in office


 


Qualifications


· 3 to 5 years of Accounting/Finance experience


· Expert in GAAP accounting


· Degree from a top tier undergrad program with major in Finance or Economics, MBA preferred.


· Confident and capable to represent the company at conferences, meetings with all 3rd parties


 


Compensation: Commensurate with experience.



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We are looking for someone with experience (min 5 years) that can primarily help originate opportunities in the supplier credit space. Less importantly help underwrite potential clients. Looking for someone that wants to be a future partner and not an employee. High forgivable draw and profit share.


Zenith Group Advisors is a 2 1/2 year old company that has had a strong growth trajectory. Zenith has deployed assets that exceed 80M and is closing on a 100M institutional tranche. The company focuses on paying 100% of a client's supplies and re-invoices the client with 120 day terms. The client can use the supplies as inventory as it is not associated with a purchase order. The company increases their cash flow without adding debt to their balance sheet .The invoice to the client needs to be insurable (the company needs to demonstrate its cash flow ability to repay the invoice; be profitable; and have a good history on their payments).


Zenith will be a Bln dollar company and is building the A team. Looking forward to your application.


 


Primary Responsibilities:


Originate opportunities to present to the investment team


Review a prospective client's balance sheet; income statement; accounts receivable; accounts payable; to screen opportunities


Work collaboratively with others to optimize origination success.


 


Company Description

The company is on a strong growth trajectory. It has significant capital to deploy and needs additional origination. The environment at the company is extremely collaborative, flexible, and creative. The company wants partners and not employees. The company understands life balance and the importance of family. .www.zenithinsuredadvisors.com


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Position Brief:


As the Director of Finance at ATC Automation, you are a member of the senior executive team responsible for assuring the company’s financial health. This is an operational and strategic role. You will manage the accounting and financial control functions as well as the financial strategy to assure profitable, long-term growth of the business. 


Reporting to the President / General Manager of ATC, the Director of Finance is responsible for directing and supporting a staff of approximately 15 individuals.  You will oversee all financial aspects of the business, including financial strategy and planning, information technology and contract review.


 


Key Responsibilities:



  • Drive the financial planning of the company by analyzing its performance and risks.

  • Retain constant awareness of the company’s financial position and act to prevent problems.

  • Oversee the company’s IT system and controls.

  • Set targets for and supervise all accounting and finance personnel.

  • Set targets for and supervise all  IT personnel.

  • Oversee all audit and internal control operations.

  • Prepare timely and detailed reports on financial performance on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis.

  • Serve as the primary point of contact with the CFO of the parent company (TASI).

  • Ensure adherence to financial laws and guidelines.


 


Skill Requirements:



  • Proven experience as a senior manager of finance or similar role

  • In-depth knowledge of corporate finance and accounting principles, laws, and best practices.

  • An analytical mind with a strategic approach.

  • Excellent organizational, leadership and mentoring skills.

  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal abilities, including presenting in large groups.

  • A wide degree of creativity and decision latitude is expected.

  • Expert level skills with MS Office applications, especially Excel and PowerPoint.

  • Ability to navigate and extract data from ERP systems.


 


Experience and education Criteria:



  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance.

  • Minimum 10 years of experience in accounting / finance roles.

  • Minimum 5 years of experience as a controller or director of finance.

  • An MBA, Master of Accountancy, and / or CPA licensing preferred.


Company Description

For more than three decades, ATC Automation ( A TASI Group company) has provided highly engineered solutions and systems for a variety of industries. So, you might say we're just like everyone else. But we're different.

ATC Automation's team structure and function separates us from other automation companies. While most companies also talk about a team environment, ours takes the concept to the next level. Instead of pulling team members from a "pool" for each project, our teams stay together. The one exception is that the customer becomes part of the team. This creates synergy throughout the team, complimenting each other's strengths.

While their talents and skills may differ, their focus remains the same: providing an automation solution that meets or exceeds all expectations. And our customers play vital roles in our teams as well, giving each team a unique sense of unity and cohesiveness that can't be found anywhere else. In fact, our teams function like an extension of our customer's company, giving them their very own design/build division.

Three decades of experience
More than 250 employees
134,000 square-foot facility located in Cookeville, Tenn.
A TASI Group company
ISO 9001:2008 registered
‚24/7 service availability
Solid Works, CAD
Custom and Build-to-Print
On-site installation support, training, operation manuals and customer service
100% Cross-functional team based


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We are seeking a Finance Director! You will be responsible for the effective management and profitable operation of your assigned branch office.


Responsibilities:



  • Coordinate the approval process for all loans and lines of credit

  • Oversee the flow of cash and financial investments

  • Analyze information to assess current and future financial statuses

  • Review costs for optimal budget planning

  • Evaluate reporting systems and collection procedures


Qualifications:



  • Previous experience in financial branch management, financial services, or other related fields

  • Knowledge of common banking practices

  • Strong leadership qualities

  • Ability to work under pressure


Company Description

Artnaturals is an equal opportunity employer and expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status.


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Automotive Finance Director


We are currently seeking a qualified Automotive Finance Director to be a part of our amazing team.  This is an incredible opportunity for an experienced professional who is excited by automotive F&I, with a strong focus on compliance requirements and product knowledge.  We need a leader who can train bright new talent and who is passionate about delivering the best customer service. 


***HIGH VOLUME DOMESTIC STORE!!!***


***UP TO $200K INCOME POTENTIAL!!!*** 


Job Responsibilities



  • Contract new business, sell F&I products and close deals

  • Generate finance income on all sold customers

  • Check/verify paperwork involved with cash, finance or loan transactions

  • Contract or collect all money at closing

  • Seek bank approval on financed and leased deals

  • Maintain a working knowledge of leases

  • Assist in acquiring approval from lenders

  • Understand all programs and rate options offered by our lenders

  • Solicit extended warranty sales

  • Handle all cancellations for extended service contracts, GAP policies, etc.


  Previous Automotive Dealership Experience Required for Consideration


  • A minimum of 2-years automotive F&I experience is required

  Compensation



  • We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package.

  • Compensation is based on performance and is competitive with the retail automotive market.


Our company maintains a strong policy of equal employment opportunity for all associates.  We hire, train, promote and compensate associates on the basis of personal and professional competence and potential for advancement without regard for race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, disability or citizenship, as well as other classifications protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.


Our Top Performers have been successful in the following:  Finance Manager , F&I Manager , Business Manager , Account Manager , Finance Consultant .


 


Company Description

Knowing that something had to be done about the negative connotation that was so readily associated with the car buying and servicing experience, Larry Dorfman set out to change the paradigm in 1984: create ultimate peace of mind with premier driver benefits, and superior customer satisfaction starting from the vehicle purchase, through the span of the vehicle ownership, and back to the next vehicle purchase. The idea soon turned into a business concept that worked, and in the early 1990’s, Automobile Protection Corporation (APCO) and its EasyCare brand became recognized on a national scale.

Today, APCO Holdings, Inc., is a leading marketer and administrator of automotive aftermarket products sold throughout the United States. With more than 30 years of experience, we offer a full suite of driver F&I benefits, innovative dealer services and industry-leading customer service. We proudly hold an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, and our benefits are the industry’s only MOTOR TREND Recommended “Best Buy.” APCO Holdings’ majority shareholder is Toronto-based Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, Canada’s largest single-profession pension plan.


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Overview


Orange County-California based aggressively expanding Real Estate Company with $500mm+ in assets is seeking a Director of Finance to manage the syndication process end-to-end. Our goal is to grow to $1bn in assets under management over the next 12 months.


We are seeking an individual who thrives in a performance-driven environment, is collaborative, and builds inspired teams with the highest standards.


Role


· Comfortable talking to banks on loans, reviewing loan docs, covenants, negotiating loan documents, refinance.


· Oversee the financial statement process – month-end, cash flow statement, P&Ls.


· Work with auditors on all financials


· Work with CPA on taxes – take all deduction, credits, depreciation etc


· Work with department heads on budgets


· Raising cash, investment funds project for acquisitions


· Supervise accounting team in office


 


Qualifications


· 3 to 5 years of Accounting/Finance experience


· Expert in GAAP accounting


· Degree from a top tier undergrad program with major in Finance or Economics, MBA preferred.


· Confident and capable to represent the company at conferences, meetings with all 3rd parties


 


Compensation: Commensurate with experience.



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A growing flexible vitamin manufacturer has an exciting opportunity at its Lakewood NJ Corporate Headquarters for an experienced Director of Finance to undertake all aspects of financial management for the entire organization which consists of 3 manufacturing facilities.


 


Ideal candidate should have the following:


               MBA in Finance


Proven working experience as a financial controller in a Manufacturing environment 


7-10   years of overall accounting and finance experience


Thorough knowledge of accounting principles and procedures


Experience with general ledger functions and the month-end/year end close process


Excellent accounting software and administration skills


Leadership skills to mentor and develop other in the department


Be proficient with Excel and Microsoft Word


 


Responsibilities to include the following:


Manage all accounting operations including Billing, A/R, A/P, GL and Counsel Cost Accounting, Inventory Accounting and Revenue Recognition as well as Process Controls & Efficiency  


                Maintain accurate inventories and ensure inventory controls are in place


                Manage month end and year end close process


                Approve and analyze raw materials invoices


                Ensure proper training of admin support as needed


                Prepare various cost and gross margin analysis


                Assist Sales and Manufacturing management with support and analysis


                Any and all necessary controller duties


 


Excellent benefits w/ growth potential


Compensation commensurate with knowledge and experience


Company Description

Recruiting Company


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At BakeMark we appreciate our employees and their families and offer a competitive pay and a full suite of benefits:



  • Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, and Life Insurance (Comprehensive healthcare benefits package, with many coverage options)

  • 401K (generous retirement benefits)

  • Competitive Wages


Summary:


The Director of Finance will be a resource to Finance, Operations, and Sales management by providing and analyzing data to enable the selling, distribution, warehousing and manufacturing departments to function efficiently, profitably and to achieve performance goals


Job Responsibilities:


Financial Planning & Analysis



  • Prepares annual budget, monthly forecast, and other financial reports as needed.

  • Establishes key performance metrics and targets and drive continuous improvement in selling, distribution, warehousing and manufacturing departments.

  • Contributes to strategic planning and development.

  • Ensures compliance with BakeMark policies.

  • Supports monthly financial close, with Balance sheet and P/L analysis / reconciliation as necessary.

  • Files timely financial reports or provides financial information to BakeMark’s outside advisors. Advises management of actions and potential risks.

  • Responsible for assisting the Operations team in driving operational improvements.

  • Maintains the company Annual Incentive Plan program methodology, achievement calculation and accrual calculation.

  • Develops cost reduction and cost management initiatives.

  • Leads the inter-company and transfer pricing functions from manufacturer to branch and manufacturer to customers.

  • Maintains pricing methodology and structure for manufactured products and strategically sourced products.

  • Contributes to and participates in pursuit efforts of high value strategic customers.

  • Leads the financial modeling and analysis to support the development of long-term strategic initiatives and business ventures.

  • Hires, trains, develops, and appraises finance staff effectively. Takes corrective action as necessary on a timely basis and in accordance with company policy. Consults with Human Resources as appropriate.

  • Collaborates with Sales leadership in managing the commission sales model.

  • In conjunction with R&D, provides cost information for new recipes / formulas.


Business Information and Reporting



  • Develops and maintains company data model and methods of utilizing Financial, People, and Operating data.

  • Leads the organizations’ reporting capabilities, communicating business performance to the organization in a timely manner while maintaining the highest levels of accuracy.

  • Keeps up-to-date on information and technology affecting financial processes and ensures compliance.

  • Responsible for leading the implementation and utilization of end user data tools for the organization as well as to enhance functional capabilities.

  • Performs other related duties as assigned by management.


Skills/Work Experience:



  • Comprehensive knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles.

  • Superior computer skills (e.g., Excel, and PowerPoint), including experience in using/developing business planning and data visualization tools.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, to superiors, colleagues and individuals inside and outside the company.

  • Strong leadership, technology, and analytical skills.


Education: Bachelor’s Degree in finance or accounting (MBA, CPA, or CMA preferred)


Years of Experience: Minimum of 10 years’ experience in accounting or finance (management skills).


M/F/V/D


BakeMark is not accepting unsolicited assistance from search firms for this employment opportunity. All resumes submitted by search firms to any employee at BakeMark via-email, the Internet or in any form and/or method without a valid written agreement in place for this position from BakeMark HR/Recruitment will be deemed the sole property of BakeMark. No fee will be paid in the event the candidate is hired by BakeMark as a result of the referral or through other means.


About BakeMark USA:


For over 100 years, BakeMark has stood for excellence in quality and service, for our customers, our stakeholders and our colleagues. We attribute our success to our colleagues and their contributions towards meeting the needs of our customers and stakeholders. We all share our values and ways of working. We are passionate about the baking industry. We excel at creating strong partnerships within the company and with our loyal customers. We love to innovate and thrive to manufacture and deliver performing bakery products and world-class customer service.


We are always looking for new team members to join our fast-paced, dynamic, and growing company.


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Company Description

For over 100 years, BakeMark has stood for excellence in quality and service, for our customers, our stakeholders and our colleagues. We attribute our success to our colleagues and their contributions towards meeting the needs of our customers and stakeholders. We all share our values and ways of working. We are passionate about the baking industry. We excel at creating strong partnerships within the company and with our loyal customers. We love to innovate and thrive to manufacture and deliver performing bakery products and world-class customer service.

At BakeMark we appreciate our employees and their families and offer a competitive pay and a full suite of benefits:
•Competitive Wages
•Paid Vacation
•Comprehensive healthcare benefits package, with many coverage options
•Generous retirement benefits

We are always looking for new team members to join our fast-paced, dynamic, and growing company.


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A Finance Director has the potential to expand into overseeing the entire dealer group. Candidates must have prior sales management experience, a great attitude, and a high-energy personality. This position demands a professional who has experience creating a positive sales environment and maintaining excellent customer service. Prior experience as a pre-owned sales manager and/or director is required.


Responsibilities:



  • Establish and maintain working relationships with Auto Manufacturers

  • Buying, appraising, and inventory management

  • Proficient with inventory management

  • Accurately understand and utilize incentive programs

  • Prepare and exceed monthly and annual sales forecasts

  • Conduct sales meetings to motivate and train sales professionals

  • Adhere to high ethical standards while maintaining gross profit and customer satisfaction


Qualifications:



  • Proven track record of achieving goals

  • Outstanding communication skills

  • Ability to manage and lead people

  • Excellent organizational skills

  • Must have a valid driver’s license and clean driving record

  • Must be able to pass a criminal background check and drug test



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Position summary:


  • Responsible for a variety of financial duties surrounding the planning, forecasting, analysis and reporting of consolidated financial results. This includes periodic reporting of financial results, variance analysis versus plan and prior year, forecasts, the annual budget process, data consolidation and special projects. Partner with External Reporting and Corporate Accounting teams in the preparation and review of MD&A. Partner with Investor relations in the preparation of earnings call materials. Actively participate in key finance functional initiatives.

Position Responsibilities:



  • Manage internal reporting for executive management and identify process improvements.

  • Assist in the preparation and coordination of business review presentations (budget, forecast, monthly and quarterly result reviews).

  • Work with key finance leaders and center functions to analyze consolidated financial results; providing specific, actionable and forward-looking commentary on various changes.

  • Develop and maintain planning forms and reports to support business requirements for planning & forecasting cycles.

  • This position will partner with External Reporting to prepare and review portions of the Company’s quarterly and annual SEC reporting.

  • Oversight on coordinating input and reconciliation of GAAP and non-GAAP results.

  • Partner with Financial Shared Service function to streamline close related activities and reporting.

  • Support processing of month end financials.

  • Provide formal and informal training on financial concepts and systems to finance and cross functional team members.

  • Lead other special projects and ad hoc reporting requests as required.


Qualifications:


  • Six plus years of experience in financial statement preparation and analysis preferably within CPG industry, or other related accounting and finance experience.

Education:


  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance required - MBA/CPA a plus.

Core Knowledge/Skills or Experience:



  • Experience with P&L management, knowledge of financial systems and general accounting concepts.

  • Demonstrated ability to deal with ambiguity, change and a dynamic business environment.

  • Self-motivation in a fast pace environment.

  • Business/Finance Partnering: proven ability to develop strong relationships and partnerships with internal customers, peers and effectively managing those relationships.

  • Project Management: experience leading multiple stage projects from conception to completion.

  • Cross-functional Dependencies: experience effectively working across multiple departments to complete a project or resolve an organizational challenge.

  • Critical Thinking: leverage analytics, benchmarking, and insights to generate meaningful financial strategies and solutions.

  • Requires strong verbal and written communication skills, and basic knowledge of general business concepts.

  • Proficiency in MS Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.); SAP, BPC, and/or BI experience a plus.



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Responsible for overseeing Financial Operations for the company & its subsidiaries.


Responsible for developing & leading the global finance team operationally & supporting their professional growth.


Analyze budgets, financial trends, & forecasts to evaluate company performance & mitigate risks.


Develop strategic global policies, procedures, & financial metrics to increase efficiency & reduce costs.


Ensure legal & regulatory compliance for all accounting & financial reporting functions.


Safeguard assets & ensure accurate & timely recording of all transactions by implementing disciplines of internal audits, controls, & checks across all departments.


Provide business advisement to the CEO & Board of Directors on financial matters, including potential acquisitions & subsidiary establishment.


Final approval & review of significant expenses, annual budgets, & financial statements.


Oversee all internal & external audits to ensure requirements of auditors & relevant stakeholders are met.


Collaborate with auditors, tax accountants, & other consultants as required. 


International travel to Australia, Brazil, & South Africa required 15% of the time. 


Requires: Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Business Administration or related field & 6 years of relevant work experience. 


Please apply: Brittani Davis, iLab, LLC, 111 Monument Circle, Suite 882, Indianapolis, IN 46204 or


https://www.ilabquality.com/careers/north-america/



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THE CITY OF PARLIER is seeking a Finance Director who is an experienced manager and has the ability to direct the finance department of the city government. Applicants must submit an original City of Parlier Application: No late or faxed applications will be accepted. Resumes and/or related certificates may accompany but do not substitute for City of Parlier application and required material. Application is available online at www.parlier.ca.us.


 


Education and/or Experience:


 


Any combination of education and experience that has provided the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for a Finance Director. A typical way of obtaining the required qualifications is to possess the equivalent of five years of governmental financial management, including at least three years in a responsible professional accounting capacity, and a bachelor’s degree in accounting, business administration, finance or related field.



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THE CITY OF PARLIER is seeking a Finance Director who is an experienced manager and has the ability to direct the finance department of the city government. Applicants must submit an original City of Parlier Application: No late or faxed applications will be accepted. Resumes and/or related certificates may accompany but do not substitute for City of Parlier application and required material. Application is available online at www.parlier.ca.us.


 


Education and/or Experience:


 


Any combination of education and experience that has provided the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for a Finance Director. A typical way of obtaining the required qualifications is to possess the equivalent of five years of governmental financial management, including at least three years in a responsible professional accounting capacity, and a bachelor’s degree in accounting, business administration, finance or related field.



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THE CITY OF PARLIER is seeking a Finance Director who is an experienced manager and has the ability to direct the finance department of the city government. Applicants must submit an original City of Parlier Application: No late or faxed applications will be accepted. Resumes and/or related certificates may accompany but do not substitute for City of Parlier application and required material. Application is available online at www.parlier.ca.us.


 


Education and/or Experience:


 


Any combination of education and experience that has provided the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for a Finance Director. A typical way of obtaining the required qualifications is to possess the equivalent of five years of governmental financial management, including at least three years in a responsible professional accounting capacity, and a bachelor’s degree in accounting, business administration, finance or related field.



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We are seeking an experienced and analytical Director of Finance with strong numerical skills to drive our organization's financial operations and improve financial performance. Duties for the Director of Finance will include supervising accounting staff, overseeing internal controls, setting financial targets, implementing fund-raising strategies, engaging with investors, developing financial strategy, conducting feasibility studies, monitoring expenditures, overseeing annual insurance, monitoring cash flow, evaluating investments, and managing tax compliance. Your skills in sound financial planning coupled with your ability to direct financial assets will assist our non-profit organization in implementing effective financial strategies, managing debt, improving revenue, maintaining a healthy financial position, and enhancing key stakeholders confidence.


The ideal candidate should possess strong analytical skills, good strategic thinking, excellent communication skills, exceptional numerical proficiency, and strong leadership skills. The noteworthy Director of Finance should harmonize financial operations, develop effective financial strategies, guide efforts towards financial stability, monitor all financial activities, promote revenue growth, ensure compliance with accounting regulations, and maintain good relationships with key stakeholders.  Broad knowledge of large nonprofits operations.


Reporting to the CFO with administrative oversight from the President. Serving as an integral
member of the management team, the Finance Director will be responsible for the financial
management strategy and contribute to the development of the organization’s strategic goals. In
addition, charged with implementing sophisticated policies and procedures in the finance
department. Responsible for ensuring all resources are effectively used in a fiscally responsible
manner to ensure adequate funding for the services, programming, and infrastructure necessary to
meet the Organization’s present and future financial needs. Ensuring healthy financial sustainability
and mission of the organization are successfully accomplished.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Advise the CFO and President and other key members of management on financial
planning, budgeting, cash flow, investment priorities, and policy matters.
2. Hold monthly finance meetings with key/new staff to train on finance procedures and
protocols. Provide updates and changes as necessary. Create Finance Training Manual
to distribute to key staff members. Ensure all staff are utilizing the correct processes.
3. Maintain continuous effective lines of communication, presenting critical financial
matters/issues to the CFO and President. Submit monthly financial reports to the CFO
for board meetings.
4. Represent the organization externally, as necessary, particularly in banking and lease
negotiations and ensuring to track and maintain all contracts and insurance policies
renewals.
5. Supervise and monitor staff performance and development goals, assign
accountabilities, set objectives, establish priorities, conduct annual performance
appraisals, and recommend salary adjustments if applicable. Establish weekly Action
Plans.
6. Implement an appropriate system of policies, internal controls, accounting standards,
and procedure.
7. Assist CFO with planning, coordinating and, executing the annual operating budget
process. In addition to assisting CFO and Executive V.P. with annual program budgets
(planning/forecasting and monthly monitoring).
8. Improve administrative and operational accounting services/procedures such as
procurement/inventory management, retirement plan, grants payment processing,
payroll, and accounts payable.
9. Demonstrate an energetic, collaborative attitude effectively interface with V.P. of
Program Corporate Compliance, Directors, key stakeholders and board members.
10. Works in close collaboration with the CFO and V.P. of Program Corporate Compliance
to develop a comprehensive resource fiscal/development and communications strategy to
achieve organizational outreach, impact and fundraising goals for organization’s
initiatives.
11. Research and assessment of funding opportunities, work collectively with CFO and
Executive V.P. with the implementation of best practices and innovation in fundraising
and philanthropy, donor relations, stewardship and cultivation, and compliance with
grant regulations and government contracts


12. Assist the grant team in writing proposals/budgets to develop additional funding for
specific programs. Assist with development of fundraising strategies and implementation.
Research grant opportunities that align with the mission of the organization.
13. Assist CFO with the overall operations of the Finance Department ensuring timely reporting
and the organization is in compliance with state, federal guidelines and regulations.
14. Special projects and duties as assigned.


15. Out of town travel may be required


Education and Experiance


1.      Bachelor’s Degree Education in Accounting Finance


Minimum of 5 years Accounting/Financial Management Experience required. Broad knowledge of accounting principles and state/federal guidelines and regulations.


Exceptional interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to work with diverse groups - board of directors, leadership teams, donors, partners and volunteers


2.      Ability to effectively manage multiple tasks and work in a fast-paced environment; ability to set own goals, meet deadlines, take initiative, and work independently


3.      Ability to define problems, collect relevant data, ask appropriate questions, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.


4.      Excellent and persuasive interpersonal verbal and written skills, in a culturally and linguistically appropriate manner; excellent ability to author written communication that reflects conceptual and grammatical integrity; ability to effectively respond to sensitive inquiries or complaints


5.      Creates and updates organizational profile in Dun and Bradstreet, System of Award Management (SAM), Guide Star, Charity Navigator and similar sites Strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills.


6.      Must take initiative and drive projects forward with the ability to work independently and accurately. Demonstrate management skills of nonprofit organization and its guidelines.


7.      Proven record of accomplishment and in-depth experience with the operational correlation between finance programs and how they align.


8.      Must demonstrate an attention to detail, and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and meet deadlines.


9.      Excellent prioritization and organizational skills, record keeping and planning skills. Strong aptitude for math and analytical skills. Analyzing complex financial data. 


10.  High degree of comfort with technology hardware as well as software. Proficiency in accounting software QuickBooks, Microsoft Office Suite and desktop publishing.


11.  Proven record of accomplishment in developing and implementing accounting policies. Preparing forecasts and comprehensive budgets.


12.  Training accounting and key staff on finance policies, procedures and protocols


13.  Managing internal controls. Assessing, managing, and minimizing risk.


14.  Ability to communicate with youth and their families, in a culturally and linguistically appropriate manner particularly financial information.


Salary to be discussed during interview phase.


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We are a Social Service Not for Profit. We believe in offering a hand up, not a hand out!


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 Queens Public Library is a national and international leader in the delivery of public library service.  We transform lives by cultivating personal and intellectual growth and by building strong communities. Queens Public Library welcomes innovators and leaders to contribute to a long history and dynamic future of offering pioneering programs and services to the most diverse county in the United States.  Queens Public Library is a private, non-profit corporation with 1,700 employees serving 65 locations.


Queens Public Library is seeking a Director of Finance for Capital Projects. Reporting to the Vice President for Capital Projects Management, this position provides daily management and strategic analysis of capital budgets for the Queens Public Library portfolio of facilities throughout the Borough of Queens. Responsible for conceptualizing, planning, implementing and communicating construction and outfitting budgets to ensure that capital projects are adequately resourced, efficiently contracted, effectively published, and suitably equipped and furnished. This position, playing a critical role in reporting for capital funding, advances collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders and touches upon all tasks associated with capital funding. The position works with NYC public agencies such as (but not limited to) the NYC Office of Management of Budget and the NYC Department of Design and Construction along with a variety of QPL contracted consultants, contractors and vendors to deliver capital construction projects within forecasted and stated budgets. Establishes and monitors CPM’s departmental budget in SAP, QPL’s financial enterprise resource planning system, and all capital budget activity through NYC’s Financial Management System (FMS). Perform other duties as assigned.


Financial and Budget Planning and Management



  • Provides input to the Vice President of the Capital Projects Management throughout all phases of budget planning.

  • Assists the Vice President of Capital Projects Management with preparing internal and external long range, annual, and interim budgeting reports and inquires including funding requests to New York City Council Members, New York State Legislative Delegation, and the Queens Congressional Delegation.

  • Serves as QPL’s liaison with the NYC Office of Management and Budget - Council Finance Division, and the NYC Department of Design and Construction – Budget Analysis on all matters relating to capital funding.

  • Prepares, organizes, submits, and facilitates documents and exhibits in connection with securing approvals and Certificates to Proceed (CP) from external agencies such as (but limited to) the NYC Office of Management and Budget.

  • Serves as the resource for gathering, maintaining, and disseminating all correspondence required to initiate, comply, and obtain reimbursement in connection with NYC Grant and NYC Pass – Through projects and liaises with QPL’s Pass – Through and NYC Grant consultant(s).

  • Works with CPM’s project managers and QPL’s Legal and Procurement Departments in matters regarding the solicitation of consultants, vendors and contractors including processing Statements of Work (SOW), Change Orders (CO), and Requests for Payment and approves project and department commitments less than $2,000.

  • Collaborates with QPL’s Finance and Government and Community Affairs Departments  as required to bridge gaps between forecasted and actual budgets.

  • Organizes the application and reporting of government and non-government grants with the Queens Public Library Foundation.

  • Conducts financial evaluations of projects in progress to ensure alignment between forecasted versus actual costs.

  • Verifies the fiscal soundness of capital project contract execution and verifies accordance with QPL policies and procedures, government regulations, and industry standards.

  • Liaises with the CPM team in assessing the fiscal viability of initiating capital projects and contributes in the preparation and delivery of capital project initiation.


Staff Supervision



  • Responsible for coaching, counseling, performance management, and conducts regularly scheduled performance evaluations.

  • Works together with the CPM team to identify continuing education programs and opportunities for professional development.


REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:



  • Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of 10 years related experience in capital project management, accounting, finance, public administration, or a related field with an understanding of accounting and finance concepts, procedures, and industry accepted practices.

  • A minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience.

  • Verified ability to utilize an automated financial system (SAP or equivalent) and adept at using the NYC Financial Management System (FMS).

  • Excellent skills with MS Office especially Excel with proficiency in Access as a big plus.

  • Budgetary experience in construction projects of varying complexity, and size with value ranging from $35k to upwards of $50m.

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, attention to detail and follow-up, and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously with competing priorities and deadlines.

  • A valid NYS driver’s license and the ability to travel locally using mass transit if necessary.

  • Knowledge and experience with the rules and regulations regarding the use of public funds.


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:


  • The ability to read and understand construction drawings.

TO APPLY:  Please send your resume and cover letter to Employment@queenslibrary.org and reference “Director of Finance for Capital Projects - EXTERNAL” in the subject line. Resumes will only be accepted by email.


The Queens Public Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Company Description

Queens Public Library is a national and international leader in the delivery of public library service. We transform lives by cultivating personal and intellectual growth and by building strong communities. Queens Public Library welcomes innovators and leaders to contribute to a long history and dynamic future of offering pioneering programs and services to the most diverse county in the United States. Queens Public Library is a private, non-profit corporation with 1,700 employees serving 65 locations.


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We are looking for someone with experience (min 5 years) that can primarily help originate opportunities in the supplier credit space. Less importantly help underwrite potential clients. Looking for someone that wants to be a future partner and not an employee. High forgivable draw and profit share.


Zenith Group Advisors is a 2 1/2 year old company that has had a strong growth trajectory. Zenith has deployed assets that exceed 80M and is closing on a 100M institutional tranche. The company focuses on paying 100% of a client's supplies and re-invoices the client with 120 day terms. The client can use the supplies as inventory as it is not associated with a purchase order. The company increases their cash flow without adding debt to their balance sheet .The invoice to the client needs to be insurable (the company needs to demonstrate its cash flow ability to repay the invoice; be profitable; and have a good history on their payments).


Zenith will be a Bln dollar company and is building the A team. Looking forward to your application.


 


Primary Responsibilities:


Originate opportunities to present to the investment team


Review a prospective client's balance sheet; income statement; accounts receivable; accounts payable; to screen opportunities


Work collaboratively with others to optimize origination success.


 


Company Description

The company is on a strong growth trajectory. It has significant capital to deploy and needs additional origination. The environment at the company is extremely collaborative, flexible, and creative. The company wants partners and not employees. The company understands life balance and the importance of family. .www.zenithinsuredadvisors.com


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 OVERVIEW Hearing, Speech & Deaf Center (HSDC) seeks a Director of Finance and Administration (DFA) to lead its financial and administrative operations. The DFA is a key member of the HSDC Leadership Team, engaged in defining the overall financial strategy and direction, working closely with the Executive Director, staff Leadership Team, Board of Directors, and Finance Committee. The DFA will oversee financial and administrative activity for HSDC, ensuring transparent functioning of all administrative and financial processes, including accounting and budgets, human resources, IT, and other internal processes. This position reports to the Executive Director, oversees a team of three, and directly supervises two staff.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES Finance • Oversee accounting, internal and external reporting, preparation and management of annual budgets, operations financial analysis, and internal controls – the essential financial support activities necessary for the organization to run effectively. • Lead the accurate and timely preparation, analysis, and communication of effective internal and external financial reporting, including reporting financial results to the Board of Directors and Finance Committee. • Oversee and lead annual budgeting and planning process ($3.4 mil); administer and review all financial plans and budgets; monitor progress and changes and keep senior leadership team abreast of the organization’s financial status. • Supervise, motivate, inspire and mentor the finance and administrative team to excel in their responsibilities. • Manage cash flow and financial forecasting to ensure organizational financial stability. • Working closely with the Development Director, provide timely reports to public and private grantors to comply with all contractual obligations associated with grants. • Ensure that all policies, practices and controls are consistent with GAAP and related legal and regulatory requirements. • Oversee annual audit and the IRS Form 990 in conjunction with independent accounting firm, CEO and the Board; Prepare and state tax filings; review and submit payroll tax reports; manage other compliance and government filings as required. • Manage financial risk by analyzing liabilities, identifying opportunities, and anticipating/responding to threats encountered by HSDC. Administration • Oversee development and implementation of effective information technology and data systems to support all finance, human resources, fundraising, and operations functions. Oversee payroll reporting and entry, resulting in timely and accurate processing. • Manage HSDC’s recruitment and hiring policies and practices and work with senior staff to attract top talent. • Implement employee benefits programs and inform employees of benefits; study and assess benefit needs and trends; recommend benefit programs to management; coordinate the processing of benefit claims; obtain and evaluate benefit contract bids; recommend and award benefit contracts; and deliver educational programs on benefit programs. • Monitor and manage internal HR systems, processes, and databases. • Develop on-boarding experience for new employees, explaining human resources. policies, procedures, laws, and standards. • Lead annual insurance renewal process, oversee government reporting and organizational legal compliance. • Coordinate with Executive Director to ensure efficient and consistent operations with HSDC physical facilities.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS • You are passionate about HSDC’s mission to foster inclusive and accessible communities through communication, advocacy, and education. • Equity & Inclusion: You approach finance and operations through an equity lens, paying careful attention to how systems and policies impact staff and stakeholders across identities and prioritizing an equitable allocation of resources. • Financial Skills: You possess an aptitude for numbers. You understand (and can perform) business accounting and have experience carrying out organization-level financial analyses and using financial indicators to inform key decisions. You love spreadsheets and creating financial analyses and forecasts. You have versatility in accounting software, and experience with QuickBooks preferred. • Detail-oriented Approach: You are organized and value structure. You appreciate when systems work efficiently and you revel in simple solutions to complex problems. • Leadership: You love supervising people and developing strong teams; you value relationships and accountability, empowering your team to grow and evolve. You are willing to roll up your sleeves when necessary and work collaboratively with your team to achieve collective goals. • You possess excellent in person and written communication skills, strong interpersonal skills, a flexible communication style, and enjoy creative problem-solving and supporting your team. You have experience managing human resources functions. • Entrepreneurial Mindset: You’re motivated, resourceful and comfortable with making timely, thoughtful decisions. • American Sign Language (ASL) skills or willingness to learn.

EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Accounting, or a related field. • Minimum of six years of accounting and financial management experience demonstrating increasing professional responsibility and growth, including supervisory experience. • Financial management experience in a nonprofit organization and thorough knowledge of nonprofit accounting principles and standards, in particular revenue recognition, management of restricted funds, audit, and Form 990 filing. SALARY AND BENEFITS $77,000 - $90,000 annually Generous benefits package including health insurance, life insurance, short and long term disability, flexible spending accounts, 403(b) retirement plan, vacation (starting at 12 days/yr), sick leave (starting at 15 days per year), 7 holidays, and a personal day each year.

HOW TO APPLY To apply, email a current resume highlighting relevant experience and skills; a cover letter describing why you are applying, how your previous experience qualifies you for this role, and where you found out about this position to lharper@hsdc.org. Priority given to candidates who apply by 5 pm on July 29, 2020. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYMENT HSDC is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity; treats all employees and applicants equally without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, citizenship, veteran or marital status, sensory, physical or mental disability and all other groups protected by law; and promotes diversity in its workforce.

Company Description

ABOUT THE HEARING, SPEECH & DEAF CENTER The mission of Hearing, Speech & Deaf Center (HSDC) is to foster inclusive and accessible communities through communication, advocacy, and education. We envision an inclusive, accessible world where everyone is understood and respected. We offer a comprehensive array of programs that foster effective communication for individuals and families affected by hearing or speech differences. Our services include: audiology and hearing aids; speech and language therapy; assistance and information for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing; early childhood education; and interpreting for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. This position will be located in HSDC’s Seattle office. Staff are primarily working from home during the Governor’s Stay Home, Stay Safe Initiative; work may continue to take place partly or primarily from home depending on shifting public health guidance.


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