Associate Director of Finance

Responsibilities Include:

  • Ensure compliance with relevant financial regulations and standards across all programs, including reporting.
  • Implement effective internal controls to safeguard company assets and mitigate financial risks.
  • Direct the annual risk management assessment for GCHFH, including accountability of risk management practices as assigned across the organization.
  • Direct and supervise all affiliate insurance coverage matters related to sizing and placing affiliate insurance.
  • Identify and track key compliance areas; conduct various assessments and/or audits to ensure procedures for high-risk compliance areas are achieving accurate and desired results.
  •  Implement and lead the annual budgeting process, working closely with department heads, COO, and CEO to develop realistic and achievable goals to advance GCHFH’s current strategic plan.
  • Establish and maintain cash flow estimates, including a multi-year view, to ensure adequate sources of capital are available to operate various programs.
  • Establish and manage all sources of capital for GCHFH, including banking and lending relationships, New Market Tax Credits (NMTC), and Securitization transactions, and periodic tracking of distributions and proceeds from mortgage loan initiations and mortgage loan sales.
  • Generate Job Costing and Construction in Progress (CIP) reports and budget monitoring for all houses under construction.
  • Direct finance team in managing the mortgage servicer relationship and portfolio; assist with mortgage receivables, collections, and foreclosure actions.
  • Manage partnership with outside payroll company to complete payroll, payroll taxes, and quarterly returns.
  • Coordinate audits with independent outside auditors to achieve a timely and accurate year-end audit including preparation of audit schedules; review of annual audit and single; completion of IRS annual tax returns (Form 990/990T) and preparation of Income/Expense Statement for Annual Report.
  • Serve as staff representative for Board Finance Committee. 
  • Manage the ReStore’s Point of Sales system and produce/oversee the production of monthly sales reports and expenditures.
  • Manage daily systems administration and ongoing vendor support and communication.
  • Special Projects as assigned.

This exempt position reports to the Chief Operating Officer.


Position requires:

  • Bachelor's degree in finance, accounting, business administration, or a related field (Master's degree preferred).
  • In-depth, applied knowledge of financial management principles, practices, and regulations, including exposure to treasury related activities.
  • Experience and a current working knowledge of accounting, internal controls, financial management and reporting, and risk and compliance management practices are required.
  • CPA or CFA certification preferred, but not required.
  • Computer literacy and previous experience with automated accounting systems, preferably QuickBooks.
  • Proven ability to lead, delegate, motivate, support, evaluate and develop resources.
  • Strong analytical skills and continuous attention to detail.
  • Demonstrated organizational, motivational, interpersonal, and decision-making skills.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Commitment to Greater Cleveland Humanity for Humanity mission and the principles of Humanity for Humanity International.

To Apply:

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