Controller- Non Profits (Hybrid)
Summary: The Controller - Nonprofit and Federal Grants Specialist is a key leadership role responsible for overseeing and managing the financial operations. This role requires a deep understanding of nonprofit finance, compliance with Federal Grants, and experience in managing international financial affairs. The Controller will play a crucial role in maintaining financial stability, accountability, and transparency across the organization. This position features a hybrid schedule, 2 days in office and 3 days remote.
Financial Management: Develop and maintain financial policies and procedures to ensure compliance with nonprofit accounting standards and federal grant regulations.
Manage the day-to-day financial operations, including budgeting, forecasting, and cash flow management.
Oversee the preparation of monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements and reports.
Monitor and analyze financial data to provide insights and recommendations to the executive team and board of directors.
Federal Grants Management: Lead the organization's efforts in applying for and managing federal grants, ensuring compliance with all grant requirements.
Prepare grant budgets, financial reports, and documentation for grant applications and submissions.
Coordinate with program managers to ensure accurate tracking and reporting of grant expenditures.
Stay up-to-date with changes in federal grant regulations and communicate updates to relevant stakeholders.
International Financial Operations: Manage the financial aspects of international programs, including currency exchange, tax compliance, and regulatory requirements in collaboration with international partners.
Oversee financial reporting for international grants and projects, ensuring accurate and timely submissions.
Implement effective financial controls and risk management for international activities.
Compliance and Audit: Ensure compliance with all applicable financial regulations, including nonprofit accounting standards, federal grant regulations, and international financial reporting standards.
Coordinate annual financial audits and work closely with external auditors to provide necessary documentation and explanations.