Open Position: Business Manager
Job Title: Business Manager
Department: Seabury Connector
Job Reports To: Program Director
Positions Supervised: Office Manager – n/a
Core Competencies: Fiscal Management
The Business Manager assists the Director in performing the financial management of the Seabury Connector, including budget forecasting and control, accounting, purchasing, payroll and invoice reconciliation, and general business functions. Duties also include providing key administrative support to Seabury Connector, overseeing the clerical, timesheets, and mandatory reporting functions. This supervisory position ensures the creation and submission of District Government monthly invoices and reports and oversees the collection of, and submission of the payroll information to DACL and our Accounting firm.
· With guidance and monitoring from the Director, oversees the monthly invoicing and reconciliation process including reports.
· Completes and submits monthly M-1s and Quarterly/YTD reports to Director
· Reviews the accuracy of all invoices, codes invoices, and forwards them, along with biweekly payroll and personnel forms, to the Director
· Maintain/schedule employee training with 3rd party contractors
· Oversee Seabury Connector Human Resources related responsibilities
· Maintains an inventory of program office supplies and equipment
· Tracks the use, expenses, insurance and licensing of vehicles at Connector.
· Ensures all licenses are up to date
· Submits all time sheets and payroll to Seabury Program Director
· Performs other duties as assigned
· Bachelor’s Degree is preferred. An Associate of Arts degree in accounting or bookkeeping or High School Diploma plus five years of relevant experience in the business management of social service agencies, senior living, profit or non-profit organizations, private enterprise, or equivalent management experience in other business fields, to include bookkeeping duties
· Excellent writing, oral, negotiation, and communication skills
· Must be sensitive to, and understand the needs of the older adult population
· Excellent organizational skills and flexibility
· Effective knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, including MS Excel: ability to learn software and database applications
· Ability to handle complex assignments, with multi-tasking capability
· Knowledge of government contracts and compliance reporting
· Must be able to work effectively as part of a multidisciplinary team
· Must be able to deal with a variety of diverse situations within tight time constraints where limited guidance and resources exist
Work Environment: Standard Office equipment
Essential Physical Functions: Ability to lift 20 pounds and sit for long periods
Equipment Used: PC/laptop, computer printer, office copier, telephone, facsimile machine, shredder.
To apply please submit a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.