The Assistant Chief Financial Officer is a member of The Arc New York Finance unit team. The Assistant Chief Financial Officer is expected to contribute to the growth of the organization through the development of innovative and comprehensive financing, operational and benefit programs. Additionally, the individual will be an important participant in the central office’s internal control systems structure.
- Provide and improve financial analysis, financial reporting, accounting practice, cost controls and internal systems.
- Maintain and improve program and financial databases and related reports to Chapter and Board stakeholders.
- Maintain and improve disclosure and compliance reports to internal and regulatory stakeholders.
- Monitor and recommend improvements to the internal control system and documentation.
- Provide back-up for primary staff and act as check and balance as required to maintain the best possible internal control system.
- Work cooperatively with other members of the Finance unit.
- Assist the Chief Financial Officer to formulate strategies to expand and improve The Arc New York’s financing and access to capital markets, improve communication with Chapter stakeholders in areas of finance, accounting and The Arc New York programs, including Chapter manual and develop benefit programs that leverage the large number of Chapter staff.
Minimum Job Requirements:
- Accounting or finance background with at least 4 years of management experience.
- Familiarity with commercial and tax exempt financing.
- Understanding of needs and dynamics of trade association or health network a plus.
- Proficiency needed in Microsoft Office applications, particularly modeling and analysis in Excel.
- CPA preferred.
- Understanding Medicaid reimbursement within the NYS Office for People with Developmental Disability service delivery environment preferred.
Interested candidates should submit cover letter and resume electronically to Careers@TheArcNY.org, Attn: Assistant Chief Financial OfficerFounded in 1949, The Arc New York is a family-governed, professionally managed, not-for-profit advocacy and human service organization, with 46 community Chapters operating programs in every region of New York State, serving approximately 60,000 individuals with intellectual, developmental, and other disabilities.
The Arc New York is an equal opportunity employer.