MPHI is a Michigan-based and nationally engaged, non-profit public health institute. We are a team of teams, process and content experts, dedicated to building A world where tomorrow is healthier than today!
Title:Finance and Budget Manager
$107,000 - $125,000 / Posted Thru: 5-7-23
Location: Remote/Virtual or Hybrid - Must Live in Michigan
Purpose:The Finance & Budget Manager is responsible for developing budgets, performing financial comparative analyses of budget to actual, ensuring budget controls are in place, forecasting, preparing a variety of financial reports, and makes financial recommendations to the CFO.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Analyze a variety of financial information (e.g., revenue, expenditures, cash management, cost projects, insurance, etc.) for the purpose of providing direction and support, make recommendations, maximize use of funds, and/or ensure overall operations are within budget.
Conduct research necessary to prepare financial forecasts for the organization.
Apply various federal and state compliance requirements to decision making.
Act as a signing authority and is authorized to obligate and commit funds for the organization.
Act as a back-up signor for payroll checks and subcontracts. Act as signor for check review and contracts.
Review operational and financial records and report and make recommendations for improvements; work to compile data necessary to analyze and determine operational and financial efficiency.
Engage daily as a liaison both internally & externally on financial related issues for the organization. This includes troubleshooting and problem solving complex financial/budget issues, making decisions, and relaying sensitive and/or confidential information as appropriate.
Facilitate meetings and provide training on financial procedures, regulatory requirements, etc., to program staff for the purpose of identifying issues, developing recommendations, supporting staff, and serving as an MPHI representative.
Responsible for developing and monitoring the administrative, janitorial, and end user computing budgets and reviews all budget to actual reports identifying any areas of concern.
Research, prepare, and analyze a variety of financial data and reports to provide information to management.
Direct the implementation of new initiatives and/or processes for the purpose of achieving organizational objectives and ensuring compliance with legal and financial requirements within established timeframes.
Responsible for working with the third-party indirect rate consultant to prepare and negotiate the annual indirect cost rate proposal.
Assist in researching issues to improve the administrative function of the organization and consult as necessary with legal counsel to reduce the risk of company liability.
Administer insurance programs including general and professional liability, workers compensation, property, and automobile insurance.
Monitor, track, and analyze the fringe and leave pool balances.
Remain up to date on nonprofit best practices and state and federal law regarding nonprofit operations.
Assist with the development and implementation of accounting and compliance policies and procedures.
Responsible for preparing the quarterly interim financial statements and accompanying report for the Board.
Assist with the preparation of the annual audit, specifically the single audit.
Oversee external reporting to the State of Michigan for the obligation report and CAFR.
MPHI employees are expected to maintain a positive, strong, credible, professional, and interpersonal relationship with all parties relevant of MPHI projects and always represents the best interest of MPHI.
Other duties as assigned.
Education:Possession of a bachelor's degree in accounting or related field required and a CPA or equivalent certification. A master's degree is preferred.
Experience:Seven to ten years of increasingly more complex experience. Non-profit leadership experience with an organization funded by grants and contracts highly desirable. Supervisory experience and experience with computerized accounting systems required.
Important Skills and Characteristics:
Possess strong financial and analytical skills.
Ability to think creatively with integrity; be flexible and able to adapt to a changing environment; be creative in problem solving.
Excellent communication, written, and organizational skills.
Strong interpersonal and small group interaction capabilities; ability to work in team situations.
Must be team-oriented and self-directed and lead as well as follow.
Ability to analyze information from a variety of sources and recommend course of action to be taken.
Ability to work well under pressure with short timeframes and multiple competing deadlines.
Commitment to timely completion of projects and responsibilities.
Possess strong computer skills and is proficient in MS office.
Work Environment and Physical Requirements: Standard office environment.The job may require moderate physical effort and involves viewing a CRT or VDT screen 25-75% of the time.
RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE WORK OF OTHERS: Will supervise, hire, discipline, and conduct performance reviews.
IMPACT ON PROJECTS, SERVICES AND OPERATIONS: The conduct of this position has a substantial impact on the reputation and continued viability of MPHI. This position interacts with MPHI staff concerning financial and budgetary related issues that influence MPHI's reputation, financial position, and its ability to respond appropriately to the interest of its clients. This position requires the employee to show a high degree of skill and knowledge in financial related matters.
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