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Finance and Operations Manager
Colorado Perinatal Care Quality Collaborative (CPCQC) is a statewide 501(c)3 nonprofit that works with healthcare facilities, community groups, and families in Colorado as well with national partners to advance best practices and improve outcomes in maternal and infant health. CPCQC also serves as the backbone organization for the Colorado Maternal Mental Health (MMH) Collaborative and Framework. The MMH Collaborative is a collective impact effort made up of more than thirty organizations with diverse and critical experience and roles in supporting perinatal mental health and wellness.
CPCQC seeks a mission-oriented, strategic leader with experience managing finance and operations in a nonprofit organization. This position reports to the Executive Director and is a newly created position. The Finance and Operations Manager will oversee the organization’s finances, grant budgets and reports, office technology, as well as office operating procedures and management of human resources activities. This position is part-time.
The ideal candidate will have experience developing and managing strong financial and operational systems in a nonprofit environment, as well as be a strong collaborator with excellent communication skills. The Finance and Operations Manager must have analytical skills and have the ability to translate strategy into tactics and processes. The Manager must have a solid understanding of cost allocation methods. Additionally, the Manager will be a recognized leader with personal qualities of integrity, credibility and commitment to the CPCQC mission.
- Provide overall financial oversight and monitoring including development and implementation of sound fiscal management practices and internal controls.
- Manage and oversee monthly bookkeeping, in partnership with contract accountant, including payroll oversight, invoicing/billing, and financial tracking of grants.
- Manage organization’s cash flow, financial trend analysis and forecasting.
- Manage tracking and reporting for all federal, state, philanthropic funds and contracts, including monthly grant reporting, desk reviews, and reconciliations.
- Analyze and present financial reports to the Executive Director, Finance Audit Committee, and Board of Directors.
- Coordinate and lead annual audit process, annual tax return and 990 filing in partnership with the contract accountant and contract auditor.
- Oversee and lead the annual budgeting and planning process, including grant budgets according to grant guidelines, in partnership with the Executive Director. Monitor progress, and keep the Executive Director and Finance Audit Committee regularly updated of the organization’s financial status.
- Allocate funds using appropriate judgment to ensure all account activity is correctly classified according to grant guidelines in collaboration with the Executive Director.
- Evaluate and manage CPCQC’s technology and infrastructure systems, making recommendations to the Executive Director.
- Evaluate operations procedures and provide ongoing recommendations for new practices, procedures and systems.
- Execute contracts according to funding guidelines.
- Update and maintain agency financial protocol and policy annually.
- Monitor and track donations in collaboration with the Executive Director and CPCQC team.
- Maintain and develop processes for hiring, orienting and retention of highly qualified staff and volunteers.
- Manage benefit plans, employee development planning and review, and be a resource for staff in addressing any questions.
- Provide administrative support to the Executive Director as needed.
- Support the overall goals and objectives of CPCQC through additional responsibilities as assigned.
- Deep nonprofit finance knowledge, including nonprofit financial management.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, including Excel and the ability to work with its tables function, and proven expertise in financial modeling and budgeting, including experience with QuickBooks.
- Knowledge in grant management and administration.
- Experience of final responsibility for the quality and content of all financial data, reporting and audit coordination for a nonprofit organization.
- Ability to work in the fast-paced environment of a growing nonprofit organization. A multi-tasker with the ability to wear many hats and the flexibility to easily shift priorities.
- Excellent communication and relationship building skills with an ability to prioritize, negotiate and work with diverse partnerships and memberships.
- Demonstrated ability to take initiative and work independently in a virtual workplace.
- Develop and adhere to policies and procedures, including developing new financial and human resource policies and procedures as needed.
- Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, analytical and interpersonal skills.
- Strong sense of ethics and integrity.
- Ability to work collaboratively, as well as independently, with minimal instruction and guidance.
- At least 3-5 years of financial management, operations, and human resources experience within a nonprofit environment.
- Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree.
- Position requires successful completion of criminal background check and I-9 verification.
- Must have access to a vehicle, possess a valid Colorado driver’s license and provide proof of insurance, as the position will require some local travel.
Salary range for 50% FTE (80 hours/month) is $30,000 – $35,000.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Review of applications will begin immediately.
Please submit your cover letter and resume to Jaime Cabrera (she/her/hers), CPCQC Executive Director, at email@example.com.
Please check out the CPCQC website (cpcqc.org) to learn more about our work.
CPCQC is an equal opportunity employer that values workplace diversity. We strive to create an inclusive work environment that embraces diverse life experiences, backgrounds, and perspectives. CPCQC prohibits discrimination of employees or applicants on the basis of race, creed, color, age, sex, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, marital status, sexual identity, sexual orientation, religious or political affiliation, age, height, weight, physical or mental ability, veteran status, military obligations, and any other classification considered discriminatory under applicable law.