Beyond Celiac, a growing national nonprofit organization, seeks a qualified candidate with exceptional organizational and administrative skills on a part-time basis of 30 hours per week in its Ambler, PA office.
The ideal candidate will be a CPA acquainted with nonprofit accounting practices.
The Director of Finance contributes at the highest level to the success of Beyond Celiac by formulating and managing cash-flow strategies, accounts payable/receivables, payroll, interactions with outside investment consultants, financial reporting, Board reporting, donor interactions, support for the Board of Directors’ Finance Committee and other related accounting and financial duties.
The person in this role is accountable for ensuring the annual audit process and that all required financial reporting is completed in a timely and accurate fashion and that all financial and accounting standards are followed appropriately by the organization.
The Director of Finance serves as a financial counselor to the CEO, the Director of Donor Relations, the COO and other organizational leaders, ensuring accuracy and timeliness of reporting and providing the context needed to interpret organizational and departmental financial trends and understand relevant financial standards and regulations.
This professional must play a hands-on role, managing the organization’s bill paying, expense and cash management, payroll, financial statements and reporting and all financial recordkeeping. The Director of Finance also manages the organization’s annual budgeting process and selects the appropriate financial software and support services for Beyond Celiac.
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Beyond Celiac is a patient advocacy organization that unites with patients and partners to drive diagnosis, advance research and accelerate the discovery of new treatments and a cure.
We envision a world where the 1 in 5 people who are undiagnosed can restore their lives through a timely and accurate diagnosis.
We believe that patients deserve options to treat this chronic autoimmune disease beyond the gluten-free diet, which has been the only treatment for celiac disease since the 1800’s. Further, current research is proving that the gluten-free diet is not fully effective for most people.
We aim to positively impact almost every aspect of celiac disease research by eliminating a major barrier to progress: the lack of reliable, in-depth patient information. Our aggressive research agenda advances pathways to new treatments and, one day, a cure.
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