|Job Title:||Finance Director|
|Salary:||$93,923.18 – $126,224.89|
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Prepares all financial statements.
• Develops and monitors the library district’s budget. Provides guidance and strategic partnering regarding fiscal management and planning.
• Develops and produces specialized financial reports requiring high levels of sophistication and complexity.
Forecasts trends, analyzes performance results and addresses financial concerns.
• Develops, modifies, and maintains record keeping and reporting systems for funding. Develops procedures for implementation, execution, control, and review/audit of fiscal operations.
• Ensures appropriate internal accounting controls.
• Develops and implements financial terms/formulas needed to obtain revenues.
• Cultivates positive, mutually beneficial relationships with the executive leadership team, managers, direct reports, and staff at all levels of the organization.
• Negotiates and administers contracts and grants.
• Develops, manages, and directs the work and processes of the finance office personnel.
• Monitors and adjusts projected and actual revenues and expenditures on an ongoing basis.
• Directs the preparation of payroll, daily deposits, procurements, accounts payable, vouchers, and monthly/quarterly usage statistics.
• Oversees and reviews the filing of quarterly and annual reports to include federal tax, employment security, DOR, state tax, 1099’s, and social security annual wages.
• Performs forecasting, reporting, variance analyses and other financial analyses/reports as required.
• Serves as a primary point of contact for the state auditors, county treasurers, and vendors.
• Determines annual fees from contracting cities and monitors receipts.
• Participates in board, committee meetings and other leadership activities as required.
• Acts ethically and honestly, applying these standards to daily work activities and interactions. Pursues transparency and openness when appropriate. Gives and welcomes constructive, respectful feedback. Maintains confidentiality.
Education & Experience
• Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, or related discipline plus 3-5 years of progressively responsible accounting experience, or other equivalent combination of education and experience.
• CPA or MBA preferred, but not required.
Knowledge Skills & Abilities
• Extensive experience applying financial and accounting practices including reporting information, internal controls, and variance analysis.
• Knowledge of state auditing, tax, wage, and security reporting.
• Must be proficient in the Microsoft Office Suite with the capacity to learn new software programs.
• Must have excellent analytical abilities and the ability to read and write reports effectively.
• Must possess strong organizational skills, establish priorities, and meet deadlines.
• Must be detail-oriented and possess exemplary follow through.
• Must have strong verbal and written communication
• Must have a focus on collaboration and be able to work well in a team environment, both as a leader and as a team member.
Wenatchee WA 98801
Career site: https://www.ncwlibraries.org/currentopenings/