Director of Finance/Sr. Financial Officer
Gift of Life Donor Program, the nation’s number one federally designated non-profit organ procurement agency for ten years, serves the eastern half of Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and Delaware. It is responsible for coordinating organ and tissue donation for transplantation and is affiliated with Transplant Foundation and Gift of Life Family House.
As a member of the senior management team, the Director of Finance reports directly to VP of Administration & General Counsel in supporting the executive leadership team, and has a visible role with the Gift of Life entities’ Boards, management team, and staff on Finance related activities, programs, and processes. The Director currently manages a staff of five and oversees the finances of the Gift of Life entities, including development of annual budgets.
The Director oversees all aspects of Gift of Life’s entities’ financial management and reporting processes and is accountable for all functions of the Finance Department including:
- Directing and managing all financial reporting, cash management, and investments.
- Liaison with financial institutions
- Auditing and assuring the internal controls and safeguarding the organizations’ assets.
- Preparing, documenting and filing the CMS Cost Report. IRS 990s, PA & NJ charity returns and other regulatory filings
- Oversight and coordination of external financial and benefit audits including 403b
- Facilitating the organization-wide budget and expense management reporting processes and revenue recognition.
- Preparing budget and monitoring the fiscal position of organization
- Creating the Finance and G&A department annual operational plan, budget and goals
- Oversees day to day financial operations and functions, including payroll, billing and A/P and benefits administration
A bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or related field, plus 7-10 years of experience working in a management level finance role in non-profit or health care environment. CPA and or MBA preferred.
Demonstrated competency in advanced math, account analysis, problem solving, computerized accounting systems, Microsoft Office required. Position demands negotiation skills, organizational skills, motivation, attention to detail and ability to work independently. Strong writing and verbal skills are necessary as well as the ability to handle sensitive and confidential information.
We offer an outstanding compensation and benefits package, including medical, prescription drug, dental, vision, life and disability insurances, as well as tuition assistance and an employer matched 403(b) plan.
Philadelphia is conveniently located with highway and railway access to Atlantic City and a variety of shore points, the Pocono's, New York City, and Washington D.C.
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We are an equal opportunity employer and support diversity in our workplace.