Financial Managers


Finance Manager is responsible for day-to-day financial operations at OneHolyoke CDC, working under the direction of OneHolyoke CDC’s Finance Director, who is an external consultant and CPA. The Finance Manager reports jointly to the Finance Director and the Executive Director. Core responsibilities of this mid-level managerial position are day to day oversite of finance department personnel and ensuring that fiscal controls, accurate data entry, and timely reporting are in place for OneHolyoke CDC and its related entities.
Monitor and ensure that all transactions, and account reconciliations have been addressed accurately and in a timely manner while adhering to internal controls, policies, and procedures. With Support staff, prepare and process monthly journal entries, as well as a review of the general ledger activity and financial reports. Producing monthly and quarterly statements for review by the Executive Director, Director of Finance, and The Board of Directors.
Support and assist the Director of Finance with the preparation of agency annual financial statements and compliance audits by ensuring that all audit requested schedules followed. Assist with timely management of tax returns, real estate development budgets, grant management, and other financial activities, including miscellaneous financial reports for various funding agencies, etc. Oversees and directs the preparation of a wide array of Grant Requests and Administration. Directs and coordinates the establishment of budget programs
Oversees and directs monthly reporting to HUD for all financial and rental activities at The Elms Inc. Oversees and directs project reporting for court appointed receiverships of blighted housing.
Develop annual operating budget and consult with property manager, construction supervisor, and president on the fiscal aspects of property maintenance, rental vacancy/turnover, salary recommendations, and other administrative and operating actions. Supervises and directs accounting personnel. Monitor payroll activity and record to the books in a timely manner. Trustee for company 401K Retirement Plan. Ensure compliance with local, state, and federal reporting requirements.
Skills: 5 years hands-on financial management experience, preferably in community development, nonprofit organizations, or affordable housing development/management with proficient use of finance software, specifically QuickBooks Online and Microsoft Excel.
Strong interpersonal, communication and presentation skills. Able to solve routine problems independently and a willingness to be flexible and adaptable in a fast-paced environment. Detail oriented with exceptional time management skills. Able to manage, guide and lead employees to ensure appropriate financial processes are being used. A team-player with a positive attitude and the ability to interact with all levels of people within the organization. Ability to understand internal control processes, and as necessary, implement improvements. Working knowledge of all statutory legislation and regulations in affordable housing and HUD rules preferred.

BS/BA, preferably in accounting or a related field; additional years of demonstrated finance experience may be substituted. Knowledge of the city of Holyoke or a resident is a plus. We seek a candidate who embraces our mission. Bilingual is also plus but not required.
Full-time Monday ? Friday Pay: $59,000.00 – $65,000.00 per year Benefits: 401(k), Dental insurance, Health, Life, vision insurance, Paid time off, Retirement plan
Apply at with letter of interest and resume at oneholyoke.org Finance manager position

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