Title: Finance & Business Manager

Classification: Full-time. Salary: $57,000-$70,000 with generous benefits: 3 weeks paid PTO, 401K option and match, health, vision, dental insurance

Reports to: Executive Director

Supervises: Part-time staff and interns

 

Position Summary
Join a dynamic team building a new way of community health programming and social change work to address the impact of systemic racism in people’s ability to live healthy lives. Support the WellShare mission leading management of financial and other key business systems in a rapidly evolving environment, working closely with many internal and external partners. Develop leadership skill for increasingly advanced financial analysis and business strategy development. Effective relationship management is key to success in meeting client and community needs.

WellShare International is a non-profit organization headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with a forty-year history of partnering with communities, health care systems, government and social service providers to promote health equity and wellbeing. Using a community health worker model, we work with immigrant communities in Minnesota and with rural communities in Africa. Our programs serve people across the lifespan – including pregnant women, infants, children, youth, adults, and the elderly.

QUALIFICATIONS
● Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance (CPA preferred)
● Demonstrated proficiency with Accounting software (Sage preferred) and Excel
● Familiarity with payroll systems (experience with ADPTS preferred) and preparing 1099s
● Lived experience working with and living in diverse cultural communities
● 3-5 years minimum non-profit financial management experience
● Excellent written and verbal communication skills, English fluency
● Knowledge of health insurance, clinical systems and medical billing a plus
● International experience a plus

RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Financial Management
a) Oversee daily management of financial systems and procedures, including verifying purchase requests for accuracy, maintaining complete supporting documentation for all financial transactions, and ensuring financial files are stored in an organized manner
b) Perform on-going accounting administration including recording accounts payable, cash disbursements, accounts receivable, cash receipts, and all other general ledger entries
c) Manage billing including medical and government contract billing
d) Prepare monthly and annual financial reports to board, finance committee, staff and others as needed.
e) Maintain accounting system (system backups, software updates, etc.)
f) Process payroll and annual distribution of W2s and 1099’s
g) Allocate payroll, benefits, and other cash disbursements among program cost centers
h) Partner with program staff on managing the financial life cycle of all grants and contracts including budget development, proper accounting, reporting and closeout
i) Ensure financial compliance with public and private donor agency requirements
j) Support management in understanding relationships between financial data, processes, and programmatic outcomes
k) Manage bank relations and monitor transactions, fund transfers, credit card use and deposits
l) Lead annual organizational budget development providing guidelines and tools for all staff who contribute to the process
m) Monitor cash flow and forecast
n) Assist with year-end financial audit preparation and serve as primary contact for audit activities
o) Advise international finance staff operating in rural Africa
p) Collaborate with Board Finance Committee Chair on meeting agenda preparation and participate in quarterly meetings

2. Benefit Administration
a) Maintain employee personnel records including benefit changes, payroll information, timesheets, leave requests, and other employee-related material
b) Assist Management Team in maintaining personnel policies and benefits that are equitable, fair, and serve the interest of the organization and the employee
c) Maintain adequate insurance coverage for all aspects of the organization
d) Serve as primary benefits contact for employees, benefits vendors, and third party administrators

3. Office Management
a) Oversee office staff and volunteers for general office management
b) Coordinate new staff on boarding (setting up email accounts, log-ins, paperwork, keys etc.)
c) Other duties as assigned

OTHER SKILLS AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
● Excellent interpersonal communication and relationship skills for effective collaboration with a diverse group of agencies and people inside and outside of the organization
● Effective organizational multi-tasking, and time management skills
● Self-motivated and detail-oriented, able to work independently
● Sit at a desk for extended periods with efficient computer keyboarding
● Ability to visually review detailed information; hear and speak by telephone and online meeting platforms

 

Please send a cover letter and resume to info@wellshareinternational.org (no phone calls)