Finance Manager

Posted: 02/01/2023

North Country Health Consortium seeks a Finance Manager to support the organization as an integral member of a three-person Finance team. Candidates for this position should have grant management experience in the non-profit sector; responsibilities of the Finance Manager include monthly grant billing, all internal and external grant monitoring and reporting, and working with senior program staff on grant budgets and proposals. The Finance Manager will also maintain accurate and timely data entry of financial transactions, accounts receivable, payroll oversight, and month-end journal entries. This full-time opportunity (40 hrs.) is partially remote after a designated period of in-office training and reports to NCHC’s Director of Finance.  

  • Collaborate with Program Managers/Directors to create grant budget proposals, monitor grant budgets, revise grant budgets and assist with carryforwards for existing grants
  • Prepare monthly grant financials for distribution to Program Managers/Directors, facilitating monthly budget review meetings with senior program staff
  • Maintain grant files, preparing and submitting monthly invoices to all grant sources
  • Process month-end journal entries to include prepaid expenses, depreciation, deferred revenue, and admin allocation
  • Review activity and process credit card payment in AccuFund (accounting software)
  • Oversee bi-weekly payroll processing with third party provider, processing all journal entries (to include vacation accruals) into AccuFund, and generating all reporting
  • Ensure all payroll related tax filings are made by third party provider
  • Work collaboratively with the Human Resources/Admin Assistant to evaluate and oversee all benefit negotiations to provide competitive packages for NCHC employees
  • Oversee timekeeping activity/functioning (review pre-processing) and maintain coding changes to enable accurate salary allocation across grants in payroll system
  • Prepare department for annual audit and other external/grantor audits
  • Oversee the organization and storage of financial documents as per retention schedule
  • Assist Finance Director with preparation of monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reports for internal stakeholders, external agencies, and to meet funder obligations
  • Additional duties and responsibilities as assigned
  • Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in accounting or similar business degree or combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the work
  • Minimum of 5 years of non-profit, fund accounting experience; experience tracking and reporting financial data for federal grants and working in non-profit multi-fund accounting software is required
  • Experience in the health care or human services sectors preferred but not required
  • Strong Excel skills and familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite; knowledge of AccuFund accounting software and Paychex a plus
  • Attention to detail, accuracy, problem-solving and analytical skills
  • Ability to work well independently and collaboratively within a multidisciplinary, diverse, and dynamic team environment
  • Candidate must be up-to-date with COVID-19 vaccination (including bivalent booster) in accordance with NCHC vaccination policy
To apply for this position, go to NCHC's website to submit your cover letter/resume: