Community Action Program Committee, Inc. (CAPC)
Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
$27.11 to $38.57 per hour, Benefits Eligible
Exempt, 40 hours per week / 52 weeks per year
Open: March 15, 2019 Closed: When Filled
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is a senior management position in Community Action Program Committee, Inc. The CFO is responsible for financial planning, fiscal management, payroll, contracts, and risk management for the organization.
The CFO must have a working knowledge of non-profit and applicable Federal and State accounting methods and regulations. Additionally, the CFO should have a working knowledge of Head Start standards for grant management and a working knowledge of grant management for the Community Service Block Grant (CSBG), Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), Weatherization Programs, and management of the Agency’s Information Technology Program.
The CFO is also responsible for interviewing, training, planning, assigning and directing work, performance evaluations, staff development plans, rewarding, disciplining and addressing concerns, resolving problems, and customer service for the finance department.
Education and Experience
Certified Public Accountant or a bachelor’s degree in accounting, business, fiscal management, or a related field is required.
Five or more successful years of progressive accounting/supervisory experience as a senior level accounting professional; non‐profit accounting experience with multiple grant funding sources of $10 million annually preferred;
Knowledge of fund accounting software and computer applications, including but not limited to Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint;
Extensive knowledge of federal, state, and non‐governmental grant funding processes; prepares and submits the Agency budget and is able to meet deadlines; a demonstrated ability to work well with others and in an integrated team environment; maintains financial records for the Agency’s accounts and funding streams.
Serves as financial advisor and strategic finance planner and provides thoughtful leadership and operation support to Agency leadership and the Agency’s governing bodies.
This position requires strong communication skills and experience in financial management, accounting, and strategic planning. Must have skills, knowledge, and ability to effectively and efficiently utilize and navigate accounting / payroll software programs.
Florida Association for Community Action Inc. (FACA)
Job Title: Project Coordinator
Reports to: Executive Director
The Florida Association for Community Action Inc. (FACA) is a private nonprofit 501 (c) (3) state association with central offices located in Tampa, Florida. Our Mission is to enhance Florida’s Community Action Network’s effectiveness to facilitate the reduction of poverty, through collaboration with public and private partners by providing training, technical assistance and advocacy.
The Project coordinator is responsible for the direction, coordination, implementation, and completion of multiple assigned projects, while remaining aligned with mission, strategy, commitments and goals of the organization.
- Organize, plan and implement various projects for the Florida Community Action Network which focus on training and technical assistance to reduce poverty
- Coordinate activities with various external partners and vendors
- Plan and implement project schedules and timelines
- Analyze project data and develop corresponding reports
- Preparing necessary presentation materials for meetings
- Maintain and monitor project plans, project schedules, work hours, budgets and expenditures
- Ensure project deadlines are met
- Keep Executive Director apprised of the progress, results of work activities, and project evaluations
- Provide administrative support including:
- Coordinate executive communications, taking calls, responding to emails and interfacing with
- Schedule meetings and appointments and manage travel itineraries
- Purchasing office materials
- Performs other work as required to complete assigned projects
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Community Development or related field and minimum of three years field experience managing multiple high level projects including community events, conferences, and/or workshop development. Seven years of progressive project coordinator work experience may substitute for education and field experience requirement. Candidate must have intermediate to advanced experience with Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access, and Publisher).
Miscellaneous: Position may require some travel.
Compensation: Salary range $37,900 - $44,000
Applications: Interested individuals may apply via email by sending cover letter, resume and list of references to Faith Pullen, MBA, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.