Supervisor: Chief Communications & Operating Officer | Position Location: Washington, DC or Denver, Colorado
Salary: $110,000 – $125,000
A fast-growing nonprofit conservation organization seeks a Director of Finance to oversee the organization’s accounting and finance functions. This individual will be responsible for managing a $6 million budget, while also overseeing the day to day accounting responsibilities. This one-person finance shop is fast-paced and touches all corners of the organization. We are looking for a trusted, team player, who is committed to accuracy and demonstrates strong leadership skills.
Founded in 2002, the TRCP is the largest coalition of conservation organizations in the country, uniting and amplifying the voices of sportsmen and sportswomen by convening hunting and fishing groups, conservation organizations, and outdoor businesses to a common purpose. The organization now includes 60-partner groups, scores of businesses, and more than 100,000 individuals all united around Roosevelt’s conservation legacy. In pursuit of its work, the TRCP has earned a strong reputation for providing nonpartisan policy advocacy—in Washington D.C. and across the nation—to strengthen broad-based conservation efforts, protect wildlife and fish habitat, and ensure public access to natural resources.
The TRCP is an equal opportunity employer offering a generous benefits package including health, dental, vision, and life insurance, 401k, cell and gym reimbursement, professional development opportunities, and ample paid time off.
- Guiding the organization’s financial decisions by establishing, monitoring, and enforcing policies and procedures.
- Protecting assets by establishing, monitoring, and enforcing internal controls.
- Producing monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reports for executive team and board of directors.
- Working with directors to draft and manage grant and program budgets.
- Developing financial contingency plans.
- Analyzing processes and systems to streamline and automate financial operations and make them more efficient.
- Keeping the organization in compliance with federal, state, and local laws, and GAAP.
- Tracking and paying accounts payable.
- Working with the development team to manage accounts receivable.
- Reconciling bank statements.
- Conducting month-end close.
- Providing information to external auditors and tax preparers.
- Keeping financial information and plans confidential and secure.
- Bachelor’s degree in accounting or equivalent education
- At least seven years of relevant work experience
- Experience in overseeing the accounting and finances of a non-profit organization
- Experience in tracking grant budgets
- Fluency in accounting software (Quickbooks, Bill.com, Tallie)
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills
- A commitment to meeting deadlines
- A strong attention to detail
- Love for the outdoors
To apply, please send resume and cover letter to email@example.com with the subject line “Director of Finance”.