- Opportunity Type
- Jobs - Part-Time
- Atlanta, GA
- May 20, 2020
- Jun 6, 2020
Seeking Finance Director
Dad’s Garage, Inc. -- Finance Director
Compensation and benefits: This is a part-time position, and pays between $15,000 - $20,000 annually commensurate with experience and scope of role. Flexible work schedule.
Description Reporting to the Managing Director, the Finance Director ensures the budget and cash support the organization’s mission. This includes all bookkeeping responsibilities and assisting the Managing Director in the creation and monitoring of the annual budget. These duties are subject to change as the organization changes and duties vary over time. Additional duties may occur and some duties may be delegated or eliminated. The Finance Director has a broad range of responsibilities, including the following:
● Develop, recommend, and monitor annual and other budgets
● Ensure that effective audit trails are maintained and organized
● Ensure proper fiscal record-keeping and reporting processes are followed
● Create and submit monthly financial statements to the Managing Director and Board of Directors
● Serve as bookkeeper for the organization, including entering and reconciling all transactions for the company, paying bills, and keeping documentation
● Strong entrepreneurial spirit is a must
● A degree in finance or commensurate experience in the nonprofit arena
● QuickBooks Online experience required
● Attention to detail and strong organization skills
● Flexibility and sense of humor
To apply for the position, please submit a cover letter and resume here by the end of day Friday, June 5th. Your cover letter should be addressed to the Managing Director. No phone calls, please.
Disclaimers: (1) the job description is not an exhaustive list of all functions the person may be required to perform, and the person hired may be required to perform additional functions; (2) Dad's reserves the right to revise the job description at any time; (3) the person's employment will be at-will and (4) the person must be able to perform the essential functions of the position satisfactorily and if requested, a reasonable accommodation may be made to enable an employee with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job, absent undue hardship.