April 4th, 2019


  • Full Time
  • Senior Level
Job Category: Finance
Location: Manhattan
Job Sectors: Human Services

TITLE: FISCAL DIRECTOR Exemption Class Exempt

Division: Finance Status FT

Depart/Program: Administration Total hours EXEMPT

Reports To: Executive Director Salary Range $120K

The Fiscal Director of CREATE, Inc. plans, organizes, directs, coordinates and controls the business administration,general accounting, financial and statistical reporting of the agency and its programs/facilities and otherwise providesmanagement direction and control of financial and financial support activities in the agency as the principal program financial representative under the supervision of CREATE’s Executive Director. The CFO oversees the preparation ofthe agency’s annual Personnel Service and Other Than Personnel service budget requests which constitute a majorportion of the programs’ funding appropriation; preparation of program contracts for required services and monitors theirprogress in accordance with appropriate rules and regulations (i.e. OASAS, Medicaid, DHS, HRA Grants, etc.);evaluation of program(s) facilities and equipment and their utilization; supervise payroll and cash flow.

 Typical Activities, Tasks and Assignments

Supervises the maintenance of accounting and financial records in FundEZ; oversees the receipt andexpenditure of funds, and the monitoring and auditing of receipts, expenditures and financial records;Develops or adheres to developed financial management systems, procedures and rules to ensure financialaccountability, solvency and appropriate disposition of allocate funds, including the use of cost accountingtechniques, financial reporting systems, internal auditing procedures and the like;

Prepares operating reports and financial statements from general ledger and subsidiary ledger entries for usein cost analysis, audit or other financial administrative procedures;

Audits and analyzes accounting records, cash receipts, disbursements, payroll and inventory records and bankstatements for accuracy and compliance with established procedures, budget, identifying and resolving financialproblems;

Prepares recommendations to the Executive Director on allocations of funds or requisition of additional fundsin accordance with real needs;

Monitors the billing services and the most skilled use of the AWARDS/Foothold software for billing andreimbursement of all units of applicable service (UOS) as presented from the direct service providers;In conjunction with vendors and users of services, prepares contracts and service agreements as appropriateand determines cost of purchasing specific services on contracts or agreements. Prepares recommendationsto the Executive Director on contracts and agreements;

Reviews bids and arranges final contract terms with selected bidder and secures necessary contract approvals;

Participates in the Executive Steering Committees in order to collaborate with the various service teams of theagency’s programs as convened by the Executive Director;

 Provides advise to the Executive Director and to the Board of Directors, during board meetings, on financialmatters, provides information and answers to inquiries relative to expenditures, costs, and disallowances.


EDUCATION: A CPA or Masters in Business Administration or a related field AND

A minimum of 5 years of experience in Financial Management/ Auditing/ Accounting. At least 3 of those years must being in a

supervisory capacity. Prefer candidates with prior experience in Government or not-for profit operations.






  • 73 Malcolm X Blvd
  • new york, NY 10026
  • USA
  • Phone: 212 663-1975 x320

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