Accountant / Controller
The Controller is responsible for the accounting operations of the agency and is a key leadership position. The position plays a vital role in the reporting of financial results, ensuring protection of agency assets through strong internal controls.
RAHAB Ministries strives to share the hope of Jesus Christ with broken and undervalued women including survivors of human trafficking.
Manage or perform all accounting and tax functions, including those necessary for audit, budget, bookkeeping and general ledger maintenance, financial analysis, financial projections, and payroll in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
- Oversees RAHAB’s financial accounting and reporting, ensuring compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements, adhering to generally accepted accounting principles.
- Compiles and sends data for 1099 preparation to the payroll processor.
- In collaboration with the CEO and COO, leads preparation of the annual budget, regularly scheduled reports, and annual financial reports. Reconciles all bank accounts and financial accounts.
- Collaborates with the CEO, COO and the board treasurer to produce financial reports, analyzes financial statements, develops revenue projections, and presents financial information to the board of directors.
- Serves as the primary liaison to the CPA firm, culling and conveying accurate information for the annual audit, government A-133 audit, preparation of IRS Forms 990, and other reports as may be necessary or requested.
- Participates in strategic planning by providing financial analysis and forecasting to executive leadership and board of directors to support decision making and strategic planning.
- Develops and implements financial policies that ensure the highest level of stewardship as well as compliance with the law, grant agreements and contractual obligations.
- Develops and implements internal systems and processes to drive efficiency, effectiveness, and collaboration.
- Maintains relationships with executives and administrators and employees at all agency levels.
- Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration/Accounting
- Five years accounting experience
- Experience with not-for-profit accounting principles
- Knowledge of office procedures, computer operations, and a general knowledge of agency software, including use of Quick Books.
- Experience administering grants preferred.
- Humble servant leader of highest integrity.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.