The Finance Manager is a critical member of the Finance department that ensures the accurate management of financial data and bookkeeping for an organization with a $7 million budget. Working directly with the Finance Director you will support in financial reporting, budget preparation, and the annual audit. In addition, this position will be responsible for financial procedures and protocol related to payroll, expense allocations, and invoicing. This position will also support the activities of various Green City Force (GCF) departments, including but not limited to collecting pertinent data for budget reporting and analysis.
Assist with preparation and finalization of financial reports and metrics for GCF’s Board of Directors and external funders;
Support the Director of Finance in generating the organizational budget and project-specific budgets;
Generate invoices for fund reimbursement from external funders, largely governmental;
Collaborate with other departments to manage departmental budgets;
Facilitate contractually obligated reporting and compliance, particularly with AmeriCorps or various New York state and local agencies;
Collect information for, prepare, and maintain various payroll documents in preparation for running payroll; review and process payroll with Director of Finance;
Oversee processing of invoices and payments for various projects across departments;
Liaise with outside vendors and contractors to ensure timely payments;
Assist in monthly reconciliation of credit card expenses and receipts through Expensify;
Facilitate GCF time-tracking and other finance-related training during new hire onboarding;
With the Director of Finance, develop and codify GCF Finance protocols and procedures.
SKILLS AND REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s degree and 2 years of relevant experience in Accounting, Finance, Public Administration, or a related field
Nonprofit financial experience is a plus;
Experience with Sage Intacct, Bill.com, Expensify, or related financial management software is a plus;
Ability to deal with confidential and sensitive situations properly aligned with ethics and GCF protocol;
Highly organized and adept at creating and maintaining systems for maximum efficiency. Ability to multi-task with strong organizational and time management skills;
Excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills;
Commitment to upholding and advancing equity, inclusion, and diversity;
Excellent computer skills, including high proficiency with Excel, Microsoft Word, and Google Suite.