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Company: Interface Children & Family Services
Location: Camarillo
Posted on: May 13, 2022

Job Description:

Job Description TITLE: Controller STATUS: Exempt SALARY: $95,000 OVERVIEW The Controller will plan and oversee the overall accounting and financial functions of the agency under direction of the CFO. The Controller will coordinate with the Accounting Manger to ensure the efficient operations of the Accounting Department, which include accounts payable, accounts receivable, bank reconciliations, audits, and payroll. Controller will directly supervises the Accounting Manager and the Payroll Administrator. Oversees training programs and identifies training needs. Assist CFO to develop and monitor Agency & Department budgets. Assume the role as financial liaison to the Department Directors. DUTIES --- Essential responsibilities and duties may include but are not limited to the following: -- Maintains a documented system of accounting policies and procedures; implements a system of controls over accounting transactions to minimize risk. Supervise the Accounting Manager. -- Oversees the production of periodic financial, regulatory & tax reports and cash forecasts; ensures that the reported results comply with generally accepted accounting principles. -- Develop and implement procedures to ensure the financial month---s-end close is timely and accurate., in order to produce monthly financial statements to Finance Committee. -- Coordinate with Accounting Manager to perform all bank & accounting reconciliations. -- Recommend and implement procedures to reduce costs and increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the Finance department. -- Assist CFO to produce monthly key performance indicators used to measure the agency---s performance. -- Assist the CFO and Accounting Manager to produce annual budgets and any mid-year adjustments; reports significant budget variances to Officers Team. -- Produce a cash flow projection on quarterly basis or as directed by CFO and present to Finance Committee. -- Administers bi-monthly payroll administration, including all monetary aspects of 401(k) administration and reporting. Supervise Payroll Administrator. -- Oversee the annual financial statements audit by independent auditors and coordinate with Department Directors in developing new grant applications and awards budgets and monitor financial performance of existing program. -- Ensures compliance with local, state, and federal government and grant requirements. Prepare, in collaboration with program staff and CFO, program budget modifications and reports. Develop and maintain a system for contract & grant compliance. -- In absence of CFO, sign agency checks from accounts payables and assumes duties of CFO upon direction by the CEO. -- Performs other related duties as necessary or assigned by CFO. QUALIFICATIONS --- -- Bachelor---s degree in Accounting or Business Administration or equivalent work experience. -- Ten years or more of related experience required with 4 years in a management or executive capacity. -- Certified Public Accountant or Certified Management Accountant designation preferred. -- Excellent management and supervisory skills. -- Excellent written and verbal communication skills. -- Ability to communicate effectively with staff and public. -- Ability to recognize and maintain confidentiality. -- Excellent organizational and time management skills. -- Proficient in accounting software, preferably Sage Intacct. -- Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite or similar software. -- Successful background and criminal clearance required and maintained, including but not limited to consumer credit check, California Department of Justice (DOJ), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Child Abuse Index, and Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). -- Proof of a valid California---s driver---s license, reliable transportation, proof of auto insurance (listed as covered), pass and maintain driving approval as required by our insurer. Company Description Why Interface?: Our community has the highest rate of reported domestic violence in California (60,000 residents) In 2018, more than 500 youth in our community met the federal definition of homelessness 1 in 4 women and their children will experience family violence at home Situated between major trafficking hubs Los Angeles and San Francisco, the U.S. 101 freeway through Ventura County serves as a corridor for human trafficking activities along the central coast This does not have to happen . . . Be part of the solution Established in 1973, Interface Children & Family Services is the region---s most comprehensive nonprofit social services agency providing direct, responsive, wrap-around services to address the complex needs of client and community. As a critical safety net for children and families, Interface provides 30 distinct programs across seven core program areas including mental health and trauma treatment, domestic violence and child abuse prevention, youth crisis & homelessness, human trafficking, justice services, and 211 information and assistance in 40 California counties. Today, Interface serves over 59,000 local individuals annually, assists 150,000 callers through the 211 call center across the state, and continues to earn the respect of individuals, businesses, and foundations which provide grants, donations, and in-kind services to ensure that the work of Interface is sustained. Interface works collaboratively with many other service providers. We are the only agency with a presence in all existing, formalized ---under one roof--- facilities across Ventura County. With collaboration, Interface best provides family support, domestic violence intervention, outreach and youth activities, as well as prevention and counseling within economically challenged communities. To establish a foundation of violence prevention and mental health, Interface embeds five family strengthening objectives into its programs: Help parents develop resiliency Help families develop a support system Help families secure practical help when they need it Teach parents how to raise healthy children Help children to develop socially and emotionally Interface---s mission Strengthening children, families, individuals, and communities to be safe, healthy, and thriving through comprehensive social services. Interface as a Community Innovator First domestic violence shelter in our region First local runaway & homeless youth shelters First 211 Information and Assistance Program in California First to lead coordinated response and shelter for adult victims of human trafficking Only domestic violence shelter to protect family pets Interface---s vision A nationally recognized family support organization that builds upon the strengths of individuals, families, and communities through effective, accessible, fully integrated services and partnerships. Interface---s values Interface---s staff, volunteers and Board of Directors will be guided by the following shared core values: Community. Interface builds partnerships that encourage teamwork and empower friends, families and neighborhoods. Excellence. Interface holds itself to the highest standards of efficiency, program quality and service results. Integrity. Interface builds credibility and trust in the community by aligning its mission, programs, people and results. Respect. Interface demonstrates positive attitude and professional regard among staff, volunteers and community members. Service. Interface serves with compassion and commitment.

Keywords: Interface Children & Family Services, Camarillo , Controller, Accounting, Auditing , Camarillo, California

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