Health Care Without Harm is seeking a Financial Reporting Manager. This newly created position will be assisting to enhance and maintain the organizations’ budgeting and grant financial reporting function by analyzing, organizing, preparing, reconciling, reporting and reviewing budget and grant data of both Health Care Without Harm and Practice Greenhealth with due care and diligence in order to produce reliable and accurate budget and grant reporting information for both internal and external users.
Managing Internal Budgeting Process (45%)
Coordinate the annual budgeting process with all programs and departments and compile and manage the consolidated budget including budget revisions and yearend projections.
Coordinate and support monthly financial review and management within all departments.
Understand and know the budget in order to analyze and manipulate data to provide reports to HCWH and PGH funders.
Monitor appropriate use of funds related to the budget.
Development Reporting and Collaboration (45%)
Financial reporting – in collaboration with the Controller, generate financial grant reports for submission to donors.
Be the liaison between the finance and development team. Work with the Development manager to ensure accuracy of data collection.
Ensure grant proposal budgets and grant financial reports are submitted to funders timely and in coordination with the development team.
Financial Administration (10%)
Audit Preparation – Assist the finance team in providing financial information for grantors and annual audits.
End of year duties – Assist finance team with end of year close out.
Three or more years of progressive experience in an operations, administrative, financial, grants management or programmatic position. Experience working in the non-profit sector, a virtual organization, or a complex organizational network preferred.
Bachelor’s degree in business, non-profit administration or related field. Combined experience/education as substitute for minimum education.
Budgeting knowledge and experience.
Impeccable attention to detail.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, knowledge of Great Plains or similar accounting software.
Broad base of relevant technical knowledge and skills related to accounting and financial management systems, with some fund accounting/non-profit experience desirable.
Knowledge of restricted grant management, understanding of development process and proposal writing.
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to understand what the grants are for, and how they relate to each of the programs.
Good understanding of non- profit business operations
Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationship with others, both internally and externally to achieve the organization's goals.
Cross-cultural sensitivity with an instinct to learn rather than judge. Experience working with varied cultures and populations a plus.
Practice Greenhealth is the nation’s leading health care community that empowers its members to increase their efficiencies and environmental stewardship while improving patient safety and care through tools, best practices and knowledge. As the nation’s leading membership and networking organization for providers in the health care community that have made a commitment to sustainable, environment...ally friendly practices, Practice Greenhealth members include hospitals, health care systems, businesses and other stakeholders engaged in the greening of health care to improve the health of patients, staff and the environment. Some programs of Practice Greenhealth include a yearly awards program for its members, the annual CleanMed conference, targeted programs such as Greening the Operating Room and Greening the Supply Chain, and toolkits and support for members to assist them in their sustainability initiatives. Practice Greenhealth is Health Care Without Harm’s (HCWH) membership organization to provide implementation support to enterprises and practitioners.
HCWH and Practice Greenhealth work to transform the health sector worldwide so that it becomes ecologically sustainable and a leading advocate for environmental health and justice across the globe. Our vision is that healthcare leaders across the world (hospitals, clinics, providers) embrace a restorative health philosophy that makes continuous improvement of environmental health a strategic and moral priority. We seek to use strategically targeted interventions in ways that change broader system behavior at scale over time by investing in research and innovation; providing implementation support to individual enterprises and networks; and creating large-scale change by aggregating the purchasing power and influence of leading edge practitioners. We work through three kinds of organizational designs to carry out our mission: research and advocacy organizations, membership organizations, and engagement networks. The five core goals of the organizations relate to climate change, safer chemicals, healthy food, waste reduction, and clean and abundant water. HCWH and Practice Greenhealth share complementary missions but operate as two distinct nonprofit organizations, with two distinct boards that share some overlapping members. This position would work very closely with HCWH.
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