The Foundation seeks an individual with deep financial acumen and strong problem-solving skills to serve as its manager of Finance. This role will oversee the accounting of the Foundation’s Investment portfolio for book- and tax-reporting purposes and will manage general ledger accounting and financial reporting efforts. As the manager of Finance, you will also:
lead an annual audit by coordinating field work with auditors and preparing requested paperwork;
oversee the timely and accurate completion of general ledger accounting;
manage the preparation of all financial reporting, including monthly budget to actual reports, quarterly financial reporting package for the Board of Trustees and annual financial statements;
assist with reports and presentations for management and trustee meetings; and
oversee treasury activities, including cash projections, reconciliations and risk management.
The ideal candidate will have:
demonstrated knowledge and experience related to tax and financial accounting;
at least a bachelor’s degree in accounting (a master’s degree in accounting, finance or business is preferred);
enthusiasm for tackling challenges and being a team player;
strong analytical and critical thinking skills; and
strong interpersonal skills.
Nonprofit or philanthropic experience is plus.
Please submit your resume and a cover letter describing how you fit the qualifications above, why you are the best person for this job and why working for the Foundation as a manager of Finance interest you. The Foundation will not consider resumes submitted without a cover letter. Read the full job description and apply online at www.aecf.org/about/jobs
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 1093
About The Annie E. Casey Foundation
The Annie E. Casey Foundation is a private charitable organization dedicated to helping build better futures for disadvantaged children in the United States. The primary mission of the Foundation is to foster public policies, human service reforms and community supports that more effectively meet the needs of today’s vulnerable children and families. The Foundation distributes approximately $187 million annually in grants to organizations that help states, cities, and neighborhoods improve the life outcomes of these children and families.