Wietze, Niedersachsen, Germany
Job type: fulltime
Job industry: Executive Positions
Basic Function: The CFO is an Officer of the Organization, a member of the Senior Management Team and as such has joint responsibility for the development and execution of organizational strategy and effectiveness. The role of the CFO is to provide senior leadership to the organization in Financial Stewardship, Legal Compliance, Contract Management, Governance, Risk Management, Privacy Management and to oversee the Finance, Donor Database Management, Information Services, Human Resource and Facilities Management functions., * Financial Stewardship: Ensures that the organization's assets, notably cash resources are adequately protected; that the financial records of the organization have integrity and are well protected. Ensures that organizational plans provide for the financial liquidity and sustainability of the organization. Ensures that investments at all levels meet the requirements of associated Board policies. * Legal Compliance: Ensures that the organization complies with all applicable legislation and related regulations, and that the Board through the Finance Committee is similarly aware of compliance issues. * Contract Management: Ensures that contracts, memorandums of understanding and similar commitments of a material nature meet appropriate standards that protect the interest of the organization. * Governance: Support the Organization in development of and compliance with Policies, both at Board and Operational levels; Ensure staff are appropriately aware of policies and that they actively apply them. * Risk Management: Ensure the organization monitors and reports on organizational risk and through the Senior Management Team, that these are appropriately mitigated. ·Functional oversight responsibilities: Ensure effectiveness in the service levels in the following areas: * Finance * Donor Database Management * Information Services * Human Resources * Facilities Management Essential Functions: General Duties * Report to UWO Board of Directors * Direct and coordinate the goals, objectives and work programs of the Finance team * General Liability, Director & Officers and Building Insurance coverage recommendation to President/CEO * Maintain Legal Records of Corporation including leases, certificates of deposit, grants/contracts, & employee information * Maintain inventory * Develop annual budget * Provide professional staff support to United Way volunteer treasurer Accounting (1) Financial Statements for UWO Board of Directors * Maintain Checking account and bank reconciliation for all bank accounts * General Ledger account balance reconciliation - monthly * Maintain Chart of Accounts * Prepare and enter monthly Journal Entries and Cash Receipts * Prepare monthly Treasurers Report for UWO Board of Directors (coordinate presentation with volunteer Board Treasurer (2) Audit & Form 990 (IRS Information Return) * Prepare work papers including Accounts Receivable & Bank confirmations * Establish audit timelines * Coordinate presentation to UWO Board of Directors * Contract compliance to funding sources of annual audit report * Review of Form 990 - Annual Tax Return (3) Accounts Payable * Review all invoices entered into accounting software for coding & authorization integrity * Weekly check runs for vendor payment * Preparation of annual 1099's (4) Human Resources * Supervise all personnel related issues * Review payroll processing including timesheet review * Compile payroll distribution coding - (Cost Allocation) * Workers Compensation - review and analysis of claims * Recommend Health, Life, & Dental Employee benefits packages to President/CEO - coordination with benefits representatives * Maintain Retirement Plan information with third party administrator * Coordinate completion of annual AAP & Utilization Report * Preparation of Form 5500 - Annual Return/Report of Employee Benefits Plan * Review of quarterly payroll tax reports and end of year W-2's (5) Grants/Contracts * Establish reporting and tracking system for all grants/contract/foundations Contractual compliance including Expenditure reporting to funding sources on monthly/quarterly basis (6) Entrepreneurial Loan Program ·Campaign 1. Pledge Receivable collections including submitting monthly pledge reminders 2. Pledge payment posting and reconciliation in campaign software 3. UW Designation reporting 4. Assist with preparation UWW Membership Form and Database II report ·Investments 1. Long-term: Planned Giving & Endowment Fund 2. Short-term: Certificate of Deposit ·Computer Systems 1. Maintain and upgrade all hardware systems 2. Maintain and upgrade software programs 3. Network Administrator, * Mission-Focused: Catalyze others' commitment to mission to create real social change that leads to better lives and healthier communities. This drives their performance and professional motivations. * Relationship-Oriented: Understands that people come before process and is astute in cultivating and managing relationships toward a common goal. * Collaborator: understands the roles and contributions of all sectors of the community and can mobilize resources (financial and human) through meaningful engagement. * Results-Driven: Dedicated to shared and measurable goals for the common good; creating, resourcing, scaling, and leveraging strategies and innovations for broad investment and impact. * Brand Steward: Steward of the brand and understands his/her role in growing and protecting the reputation and results of the greater network. * The ability to see the organization systemically, as a whole and understand how decisions affect the whole organization. * The ability to develop long-term objectives and strategies for meeting goals; analyzing the organization's position by considering trends, strengths and weaknesses. * Effectiveness in engaging at an executive level and with a dynamic Board of directors. * At least 10 years of senior experience with specific accountability for financial control and reporting, and a clear understanding of accounting standards governing not for profit organizations. * Knowledge of and the ability to read and interpret legal statute and engage with lawyers on a broad array of subjects applicable to United Way. * Knowledge and experience in contract formulation and negotiation skills. * Specific knowledge, spanning support roles of donation processing and stewardship, information technology/services, human resources and contract management. * Emotionally intelligent; able to engage effectively at multiple levels and conditions with equanimity and fairness, and at the same time to work effectively within and contribute to an organizational culture that is passionate and demanding. * Detailed knowledge and experience in managing the privacy practices of an organization. * Experience in organizational risk management, mitigation and insurance., * BS in Accounting or equivalent and at least 10 years experience in non-profit accounting and financial management. * Knowledge of nonprofit accounting, GAAP, GAAS and grants/contract accounting required. * General data processing background, knowledge of computers and a broad range of software. * Proficiency in Microsoft Office products. * Non-Profit Management, Accounting, Investments, Insurance, Human Resources and Accounts Payable United Way of the Ozarks improves lives by raising funds and uniting support around our communities' critical needs and red flags. More information can be found at ., Qualified applicants should sent their resume and cover letter to . No walk-ins or phone calls, please.