Director of Finance


 

Director of Finance

Seattle, WA


Northwest Harvest is Washington’s leading hunger relief agency – supporting a statewide network of 375 food banks, meal programs, and high-need schools. Focused on improving equity in our food system, Northwest Harvest believes everyone in Washington should have consistent access to nutritious food that feeds the body, mind, and spirit. In addition to making sure those who suffer from hunger are being fed, Northwest Harvest aims to shift public opinion, as well as impact institutional policies and societal practices that perpetuate hunger, poverty, and disparities in our state.

 

Learn more at http://www.northwestharvest.org  

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Director of Finance is part of the executive management team and reports to the CEO. This position is responsible for leading the financial planning and management, budget development, monitoring, reporting and long-range forecasting. They will also oversee treasury management, investments, and risk management. This role engages in cutting hunger rates in half by 2028 through sound, strategic financial management.
 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

Financial Strategy and Execution:  75%

  • In conjunction with the CEO and COO, the Director of Finance drives the development and adherence to the agency’s annual budget and sets Financial strategy.
  • Oversee cash flow planning and ensure the availability of funds as needed
  • Oversee cash investments and asset management that have an impact on the Agency’s long-term success.
  • Develop and utilize forward-looking, predictive models and activity-based financial analyses to provide insight into the organization’s operations and strategic plans.
  • Staff Finance committee meetings.

 

Accounting Team Management:  25%

  • Lead our strong Accounting Team which includes a Senior Financial & Reporting Analyst, Accountant, Accounting Assistant and a Payroll Specialist. 
  • Oversee the accounting department to ensure proper maintenance of all accounting systems and functions.
  • Ensure the existence and maintenance of appropriate internal controls and financial procedures. 
  • Ensure timeliness, accuracy and usefulness of financial and management reports through the oversight of the preparation and communication of monthly and annual financial statements.
  • Coordinates the annual audit and proper filing of the tax return. 
  • Ensures legal and regulatory compliance regarding all financial functions.

Desired Skills, Knowledge and Abilities 

  • Minimum of 5 years of senior business management experience with an annual budget that exceeds $10 million. Non-profit Finance and Accounting experience required.
  • At least 8 years’ experience in a management or executive role, preferably in an entrepreneurial environment. 
  • Proven success in a rapidly changing,fast paced, high-demand environment operating with the highest ethical principles. 
  • Top level financial and budgeting experience.
  • Demonstrated passion for our work. 
  • Proven track record of hiring, inspiring, growing and managing a team in a collaborative work environment. 
  • Proven successful track record in rapidly and efficiently taking projects from concept to implementation. 
  • Demonstrated ability to create and cultivate positive, productive internal and external working relationships that grow. 
  • Demonstrated success in managing challenging situations in a way that serves the goals of both the individual and the organization. 
  • Demonstrated negotiation and coaching skills.
  • Understand individuals who have experienced poverty or food insecurity. 
  • Demonstrate interest and commitment to supporting equity and inclusion for members of historically marginalized groups including racial and ethnic people groups, LGBTQ populations and people living with disabilities. 
  • Demonstrated organizational and time management skills. 
  • Demonstrated ability to manage conflicting priorities with tight deadlines.
  • Effective verbal, written, interpersonal and presentation communication skills. 
  • Non-profit Finance and Accounting experience preferred. 

 

Equity and Inclusion 

  • Demonstrate the initiative to learn and enhance skills that promote anti-racism, cultural competency and an understanding of oppression and its impact. 
  • Participate in intentional learning efforts, including events relating to understanding and dismantling institutional racism and building cultural competency. 
  • Please include a cover letter in your application that responds to our mission statement.

 

DISCLAIMER: 

The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification.  It is not designed to contain, or to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job. As an adaptive organization, responsibilities can and will change in alignment with greater efficiencies and mission metrics. 

 

COMPENSATION: 

Northwest Harvest offers a competitive salary and generous benefits which include but are not limited to paid time off, health/vision/dental insurance, and 401(k) retirement plan. 

Pay range for this position is $85,000 - $112,000

 

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY AND NON-DISCRIMINATION: 

Northwest Harvest (NWH) is committed to equal opportunity for all employees and applicants. NWH does not discriminate with regards to hiring, assignment, promotion or other conditions of staff employment because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, veteran status, disability, genetic information or any other status protected under local, state or federal law.

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, upon request, reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of our positions.

 

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Chief People Officer


 

Chief People Officer

San Francisco, CA


 

GLIDE is a social justice movement, social service provider, and spiritual community that delivers compassionate, sustained, and comprehensive care to all in need. For over 50 years, GLIDE has worked on the front lines of San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood— one of the United States' most challenged, inspiring communities— by providing food, housing, healthcare, and family services to its residents.


Today, GLIDE is building on the legacy of activist co-founders Cecil Williams and Janice Mirikitani, to deepen its impact and extend its reach. Under the leadership of President and CEO Karen Hanrahan, and alongside its community members, GLIDE seeks to create transformational change in the lives of those disenfranchised and dispossessed in one of the nation's most visible geographies for both wealth creation and economic inequality.

 

 


About The Opportunity

 

GLIDE seeks an experienced and collaborative Chief People Officer (CPO) to join its executive team at a time of exceptional growth and change. The CPO will head GLIDE's talent acquisition and development functions, lead change management processes, and foster a humane, performance-oriented working environment consistent with GLIDE's organizational values and objectives.

 

The CPO will have overall responsibility for the development and implementation of human resource programs, processes, systems and tools to build individual skills and organizational capabilities in support of GLIDE's day- to-day functions; and will serve as a strategic advisor, content expert, thought partner and coach around key human resource and management issues for senior leaders and managers across the organization.

 

The CPO will provide leadership in creating and maintaining a collaborative organizational culture that reflects GLIDE's values of radical inclusivity, unconditional love, truth telling, and celebration.

 

The CPO reports to the Chief Executive Officer, and supervises a staff presently comprised of three functional people and culture professionals.

 


Primary Duties And Responsibilities

 

 

Organizational Culture and Strategy

 

  • Lead an assessment of GLIDE's organizational culture and structure; recommend human resource strategies to address the growing demand for GLIDE's services, promote institutional equity, and meet both strategic and operational needs of the organization;
  • Advise, consult with, and support senior executives in the development and application of GLIDE's organizational philosophy and values in the management and development of its people;
  • Create and lead implementation and assessment of annual and multi-year human resources strategies and plans;
  • In consultation with GLIDE's Senior Director of Communications and senior managers, develop and implement an internal communications program to educate and engage employees around the organization's strategic direction and plan;
  • Lead in the development and guide the execution of GLIDE's goals and strategies with respect to diversity, inclusion, and equity, including efforts to

    • conceptualize, define & refine, assess, nurture and cultivate diversity, equity and inclusion as a set of organizational resources and strategies
    • recruit, hire, retain, and support the professional development of a diverse staff, able both to represent and advocate for GLIDE's clientele
    • define and balance business needs with GLIDE's values and commitment to provide employment opportunities to members of the GLIDE community, including the formerly incarcerated and chronically homeless
    • identify opportunities, design policies, and support practices that promote equity throughout the organization in areas such as recruitment, access to information and opportunity, compensation and recognition

Talent Management and Development

 

  • In collaboration with GLIDE's senior managers, develop, execute, and oversee talent acquisition, development and retention strategies and plans, including

    • candidate identification, recruitment, selection, hiring and onboarding; and
    • staff performance management, review, promotion, succession, and termination;
  • Provide and facilitate delivery of training, coaching, counseling and other resources as indicated to support ongoing learning, professional growth and improvement at both individual and organizational levels, including through administration of GLIDE'S workforce training program, Learning and Development
  • Provide confidential support to all staff in resolving work-related issues or problems. Keep leaders and managers informed of employee relations issues as indicated, and promptly handle any issues that require legal action and resolution;
  • Develop the professional abilities and sensibilities of the human resources team. Manage the team to a high standard of individual and collective performance;
  • Refine and execute compensation and benefit strategies and programs that are competitive in the marketplace, conducive to GLIDE goals, and consistent with its values and business philosophy.

 

Human Resources Policies and Procedures

  • Develop, communicate, and supervise the fair and consistent application of GLIDE's Human Resource philosophy, principles, policies, and practices;
  • Ensure that human resources and employment related policies comply with all applicable laws, and reflect any changing business or operating norms, posture or philosophy of the organization;
  • Manage the administration of GLIDE's core program of employee benefits, including health and retirement programs;
  • Assess and mitigate potential risk to the organization by identifying and implementing policies, procedures and practices that improve the health & safety of the overall work environment while reducing the risk of harm to both staff and clients;
  • Develop and manage HR budgets, including identifying and assessing available resources for professional development and team building purposes.

Qualifications

 

  • 12+ years of progressively responsible professional and leadership experience in senior human resources positions, including experience developing people and culture through periods of significant organizational growth and change;
  • Sophisticated author and practitioner of equitable and inclusive human resource policies and strategies; record of success in building diverse, engaged workplaces;
  • Effective HR tactician and strategist, with the ability simultaneously to manage multiple priorities and projects;
  • Outstanding communication skills including the ability to deal with confidential, sensitive, emotionally charged situations with empathy and tact, and respond appropriately to internal and external inquiries;
  • Credibility and compassion to represent and advocate for an organization embedded in a high poverty community with extensive and complex needs (San Francisco's Tenderloin district).

 

 

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Chief Development Officer

 


 

Chief Development Officer

Location: Richmond, CA


 

Rubicon Programs is seeking a Chief Development Officer to join us in breaking the cycle of poverty in the East Bay.

 

For nearly 50 years, Rubicon has worked in East Bay communities to empower participants towards economic mobility. Last year alone, Rubicon served over 1300 adults across 6 sites in Antioch, Concord, Hayward, Oakland, and Richmond.

 

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Rubicon is committed to achieving its impact by providing holistic services that support our participants to climb their unique ladder of prosperity.  Rubicon is an anchor workforce organization in the East Bay, and a sought-after partner with significant growth in our future.

 

As Rubicon strives to embody our values of Justice, Hope, and Humility and transform the communities we serve, we seek a leader to build the organization’s visibility, impact, and financial resources. If you envision an East Bay without poverty and want to join our movement, we want to hear from you!

 

RESPONSIBILITIES
 

Leadership

  • Department hiring, supervision, skills development and performance management
  • Oversee contract employees and consultants
  • Lead Rubicon into the next phase of impact, including Board development

 

Fund Development

  • Lead development team to successfully meet annual fundraising goal of over $3 million in private institutional support and individual giving
  • Oversee process of applying for and reporting on public funding sources of over $8 million
  • Build strategic relationships with Board of Directors
  • Cultivation and solicitation of donors, plan and execute successful events, develop an individual donor base, oversee corporate, foundation, and individual funding

 

Communications

  • Develop messaging and compelling storytelling, create and manage communications calendar for external stakeholders, direct production of collateral materials and annual reports, supervise online communications and press releases
  • Oversee Rubicon’s external communications

 

Branding

  • Promote the Rubicon brand internally and externally
  • Manage all elements of Rubicon’s brand and marketing materials
  • Support teammates to represent Rubicon externally
  • Raise visibility for Rubicon at the national level

 

COMPETENCIES

  • Executive-level experience and expertise in fundraising, including strong grasp of fundamentals of development
  • Experience securing major gifts and familiarity with Bay Area philanthropy is highly desirable
  • Strong relationship building; high ethical standards, discretion and tact
  • Excellent communication with strong writing and editing skills
  • Resourcefulness, creativity, and collaboration
  • Solid computer literacy
  • Cultural Responsiveness and an alignment with our values and commitment to equity and inclusion
  • If you don’t currently possess our organizational core competencies of Trauma Informed Care, Motivational Interviewing, and Coaching, you are expected to participate in the necessary training Rubicon provides
  • This position requires the employee to be able to travel efficiently throughout the Bay Area. If the individual prefers to use a personal vehicle, proof of a valid and current driver license, current auto insurance, and an acceptable Motor Vehicle Report are required.

 

 

BENEFITS: Medical, dental, and vision health plans, generous paid vacation and sick leave, 10 paid holidays, and an employer sponsored retirement plan. Starting pay $125k-$140k, depending on experience.

 

 


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Managing Director


 


Managing Director

Location: San Francisco, CA

 


 

Third Sector is looking for a driven, skilled, and forward-thinking leader who can be both a practice leader as well as a movement builder within the organization.  This role reports directly to the CEO, and will join a small team of managing directors. As a member of the executive team, this person will influence and drive the organization’s racial equity work that is happening across the nation.

 

The work of Third Sector is analytical, collaborative, and challenging. A successful Managing Director is a first-rate general manager and leader who: designs and implements solutions for a wide variety of challenges; leads with poise, humility and a learning mindset, and has an undeniable passion for social change.

 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

 

ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP

  • Provide senior level consultancy expertise with an emphasis on evidence based-programing solutions
  • Pursue business development opportunities and write proposals that drive Third Sector’s continued growth (federal and state / local)
  • Identify and engage on strategic opportunities, developing new clients and contributing to pipeline and sales results that impact Third Sector’s revenue and growth goals.
  • Drive the alignment of service offerings with the needs of clients
  • Contribute to standard service project design and support internal project training
  • Contribute to cross-organizational development
  • Design and implement internal initiatives that support Third Sector’s people as well as the firm’s mission

 

PRACTICE LEADERSHIP

  • Provide innovative and sophisticated problem-solving expertise to human services, economic opportunity, and mental health client engagements focused on executing new Pay-for-Success (PFS) or outcomes-oriented contracts.
  • Provide leadership to complex client and stakeholder relationships, with an emphasis on the following: beneficiary population analysis, government funding stream identification and analysis, data access analysis, economic modeling, service provider analysis, contract development, as well as term negotiations.
  • Produce industry-enhancing thought leadership

 

EXPERIENCE & SKILLS

 

The most competitive candidates will have competencies in the following areas:

 

  • Senior level consultancy experience with an emphasis on human centered design, equity evaluation, or other social sector disciplines
  • Working knowledge within a practice area such as economic opportunity, human services, higher education or mental health
  • Experience in business development or strategic revenue planning and forecasting within a nonprofit consultancy environment
  • Demonstrated experience in conceptualizing, planning and implementing new service offerings for growing small to medium businesses
  • Designing and implementing solutions for a wide variety of challenges
  • Ability to lead by example by delivering excellence while exhibiting poise, humility, and a learning mindset
  • Ability to skillfully and empathetically teach and coach others
  • Ability to tell a great story, with an emphasis on positioning Third Sector impactfully based on its track record
  • Ability to co-create and work collaboratively with the communications to disseminate messaging
  • Comfortable conversing with, presenting to, and leading teams of diverse stakeholders
  • Building and maintaining enduring relationships that can advance our mission
  • Exhibiting mindfulness and discernment when holding challenging conversations and making difficult decisions
  • Possessing a mindset of continuous improvement as well as a foundation of self-awareness that provides space for learning and growth – with a specific emphasis on diversity, equity and inclusion.

 

TO BE CONSIDERED

 

As an equal opportunity employer, Third Sector Capital Partners is committed to a diverse, multicultural work environment. Third Sector does not discriminate in employment on the basis of age, race, creed, gender, religion, marital status, veteran’s status, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply.

 

 

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All questions, as well as resumes from interested applicants should be directed to Nicole Ferrer, Managing Director – nicole@diversityrecruiters.com 253.951.6408