Senior Director of Nonprofit Finance
Senior Director of Nonprofit Finance
(New York, NY)
REFORM Alliance is a national organization seeking to safely reduce the number of people on probation and parole and. In 2022 our focus is on state and federal probation and parole policy reform.
REFORM was launched in 2019 by award-winning recording artist Meek Mill; Philadelphia 76ers co-owner and Fanatics executive chairman Michael Rubin; Arnold Ventures co-founder Laura Arnold; entrepreneur and business mogul Shawn “JAY-Z” Carter; Kraft Group CEO and New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft; Galaxy Digital CEO and founder Michael E. Novogratz; Vista Equity Partners founder, chairman, CEO Robert F. Smith; Brooklyn Nets co-owner and philanthropic investor Clara Wu Tsai; and CNN host and activist Van Jones. Veteran criminal justice advocate Robert Rooks leads the organization as CEO.
We are using all the resources we have to help fix the flawed criminal justice system in the United States by changing laws and policies and building a movement of REFORMers to help change hearts and minds.
In the role you can expect to perform general accounting and finance functions alongside the Chief Financial Officer. You will also have the opportunity to lead and develop the grant and contracts compliance and related functions. .
- Oversee strategic plan and integrate strategic goals into the budgeting process in partnership with the Chief Financial Officer Independently prepare all support schedules for the monthly closing process to ensure compliance with GAAP Manage and maintain prepaid, depreciation, accounts receivable, accounts payable and revenue schedules Process, journalize and ensure compliance with payroll and related taxes Review general ledger transactions to ensure accuracy and complete journal entries Perform quarterly and annual budget and expense analysis for multiple departments Assist with development and implementation of internal controls Assist in the transition to new accounting software
- Draft, administer, and monitor the full cycle of agreements to ensure they meet terms and conditions Develop and maintain accurate records of subgrant/contracting in systems, tools, and technologies Recommend subgrant or contract-related policies to support overall organizational goals, priorities, and requirements, including compliance with laws and regulations Review strategies and institutional procedures for dealing with challenging, complex grants or contract management issues Acts as a point of contract with contractors and subgrantees; provides policy and procedure interpretation to various stakeholders, as needed
- Manage internal subgrant and contracts audits and coordinate with any external audits Train staff on grant and contracting policies, procedures, and regulations Ability to manage and mentor staff Other duties assigned by the Chief Financial Officer
- Bachelor’s degree, degree in Accounting preferred 6-10 years of accounting experience within the nonprofit space or public accounting Advanced Excel skills Excellent communication skills (written and verbal) Must be detail oriented Professional and resourceful style with ability to work both independently and as a team, and ability to take initiative and manage multiple tasks and projects at a time Flexible personality to adapt to changing environment Strong verbal and written communication skills
At REFORM Alliance, we strive to move hearts and minds to create a more humane criminal justice system. This requires us to maintain a company culture that values employee individuality and community development. We are committed to fostering an environment that is inclusive, empowering and globally minded. We firmly believe that diversity in gender, race, ethnicity, sexual identity, cultural background, religion, disability and age produces ideas and perspectives that make our efforts stronger for people unjustly in the system and make our company a better place to work. Our leadership team is committed to embedding diversity and inclusion into everything we do and how we lead.