American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (ACOFP) is seeking a Director of Finance to oversee ACOFP’s financial management and to support the ACOFP Foundation’s accounting. Reporting directly to the Executive Director, this role will also manage ACOFP’s IT managed service provider ensuring effective technology infrastructure as well as ACOFP’s administration needs.
ACOFP is a professional medical association that represents approximately 20,000 practicing osteopathic family physicians, residents and students throughout the United States. Located in Arlington Heights, ACOFP champions a holistic, family-focused approach to primary care and supports its members by providing resources such as education, networking and advocacy, while putting patients first. ACOFP offers a generous benefits package including 6% salary contribution and telecommuting. For additional information, please visit our website at www.ACOFP.org.
The Director of Finance and Administration will contribute to the development, implementation, monitoring and reporting related to ACOFP’s strategic and annual operating plans as well as lead the strategic functions and operations of the department.
Responsibilities of the Director of Finance & Administration:
Develop, monitor, and ensure effective financial strategies to achieve the association’s financial goals.
Lead the budgeting process to produce an operating budget that reflects strategic plan and fiscal realities in conjunction with the Executive Director and Finance Committee.
Ensure that monthly and periodic financial statements (i.e. organizational, membership, conference, Foundation) are accurate, timely, relevant, comprehendible, and are effective tools for the Board of Trustees, staff and members.
Experience developing and managing financial and accounting policies and practices as they relate to nonprofit with an emphasis on 501(c)3 and 501(c)
Manage budget, organizational cash flow, and internal controls effectively.
Partner with ACOFP departments by providing monthly financial reports and dashboards, and working to ensure budget goals are met.
Provide the staff, finance committee, and board of governors with a thorough analysis of the organization’s financial health; including budget projections/forecasting for the future based on financial planning.
Ensure that short term financial assets are invested properly; taking into consideration ACOFP’s policies, need for liquidity, safety, and yield on investments.
Oversee the ACOFP Foundation accounting.
Coordinate and lead the annual audit process for the ACOFP and the Foundation, liaise with external auditors and the audit committee of the board of governors; assess any changes necessary.
Oversee dues billing and collection activities for ACOFP and state societies.
Manage our IT managed service provider and oversee ACOFP’s technology infrastructure to increase efficiency, innovation and ensure compliance.
Oversee collaboration and the strategic utilization of iMIS and other Finance & Admin related technologies.
Oversee department’s support for ACOFP’s administrative needs.
Oversee building maintenance and the relationship with building tenants.
Competencies of the Director of Finance & Administration:
Strong interpersonal skills, ability to communicate and manage well at all levels of the organization.
Excellent strategic and critical thinking skills that help link organizational finances and strategic direction.
Sound problem solving skills, the ability to exercise sound judgment and make decisions based on accurate and timely analysis.
Ability to translate financial concepts and effectively collaborate with colleagues who do not necessarily have finance backgrounds.
A multi-tasker with the ability to wear many hats in a fast-paced environment.
Requirements of the Director of Finance & Administration:
Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance.
Master’s degree in business or related field and CPA, both preferred.
7+ years of experience in accounting/finance with at least five years supervisory and management responsibilities.
Prior experience supporting/managing an organization’s IT system as well as experience working with non-profit associations.
Must be able to travel to the two ACOFP conventions each year, with the stamina to work several sequential 12-hour days.
Participation may be required in 2-4 weekend meetings and 4-8 evening conference calls per year.
Technologically savvy including advanced Excel skillsets, Word, PowerPoint, and database management.
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American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (ACOFP) is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
About American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians
ACOFP is a community of current and future family physicians that champions osteopathic principles and supports its members by providing resources such as education, networking and advocacy, while putting patients first.