Mainspring Conservation Trust, one of the leading conservation organizations in North Carolina and based in Franklin, is seeking to hire a Finance Director to assist the Executive Director and help conserve the “best of the rest” in western North Carolina and northern Rabun County, Georgia.
The Finance Director performs professional non-profit accounting functions in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), including: preparation of monthly financial reports, grant expense and net assets tracking; annual budget preparation; management of the annual independent audit and tax filings; and performance of related work as required.
The position oversees the day-to-day financial functions of the organization, including ensuring accurate and timely processing of invoices, payments, and deposits. The Finance Director is accountable for ensuring the delivery of accurate, clear, and timely financial records and reports, maintaining accurate and efficient operations, internal controls, and workflow, and ensuring finance department compliance with all policies and procedures, including operational and human resource policies.
The Finance Director is also an integral member of the staff leadership team, including advising other Directors, participating in strategic planning, providing input on operations of the organization, mentoring staff, and supporting the Board of Directors.
The Finance Director works under general supervision by the Executive Director, and in close partnership with the other Directors.
Salary range is $44,000 – $77,000, commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits include health and dental insurance, paid vacation and sick time, and a pension plan.
Submit cover letter, resume and references electronically, with “Finance Director” as the subject, to this address. Applications will be reviewed in the order they are received and the position will be open until filled.