As the Manager of Finance you will manage financial analysis, budgeting, modeling, forecasting, reporting, grants management, cash-flow analysis, and line of service profitability. This position offers a high level of visibility and will work closely with his/her peers (e.g. business development, program delivery, product, Impact, and other corporate functions) to assess and implement business process improvements that foster efficient, scalable business practices. This role will manage a team of two to three analysts. As part of his/her responsibilities, the Manager will assess the current resourcing, responsibilities, and roles relative to the work at hand. Additionally, will assess ways in which efficiencies can be gained in order to focus the team members on the highest-value contributions.
To be successful at NTC, you will enjoy working cross-functionally in a highly collaborative way. You effectively balance “getting things done” with connecting with people. And you need to be able to and enjoy delving deeply into details at times while also having the ability to step out of the weeds to see the broader picture to have strategic conversations and creatively approach problem-solving. Further, while you are a finance professional, you will operate in an education nonprofit where our mission of helping support student learning through partnering with K-12 school districts is first and foremost how you and we view our business. Finally, we’re looking for someone who likes to have fun and brings their best self to work every day.
This position is remote-based and located in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Develop budgets and forecasts, including collaborating with departmental budget owners to balance their needs with the organization's needs
Lead KPI metrics and dashboards reporting while translating financial performance outcomes
Build and maintain reports, dashboards, and predictive analytics to provide visibility into the financial impact of strategic decisions
Be the end-to-end finance partner to enable effective and efficient business activity
Manage and support nonprofit fund, government, and grant accounting in close collaboration with the finance/accounting teams and field / service delivery teams
Identify areas for process improvement / innovation / automation
Analyze vendor, department and other categories of spending
Partner with members of the Executive Team and key leaders to maintain an ongoing forecast process
**This position may be remote based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Qualifications and Skills Required:
BS in Finance or Accounting
5-7 + years relevant experience
3-5 + years of management/supervisory experience
Professional services experience highly prefered
Non-profit experience desired
Advanced in Microsoft excel and NetSuite. Knowledge of Salesforce desirable.
Excellent strategic planning and financial modeling skills
An eye for data analysis and extracting patterns from data
Proactive problem solver and self-starter who takes initiative
Extremely organized, professional, and detail-oriented
Ability to manage people and multiple time-sensitive projects simultaneously
Strong financial analysis and management skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
This position is currently not accepting applications.
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