NOTE: The deadline to apply for the Finance & Operations Director has been extended to 9/30/22.
Abortion Fund of Ohio is hiring a Finance and Operations Director. You can read the job description below or download a PDF version here.
- Organizational Background
- Position Summary
- Competencies Desired for this Role
- Start Date, Compensation, and Benefits
- Application Information
- Equal Opportunity Policy
- A Note to Potential Candidates
Finance and Operations Director
Abortion Fund of Ohio connects those needing abortion to financial assistance so they can afford their reproductive choice. And just as importantly, our services allow our community to access that choice with dignity. Our current system tells those seeking abortion services, implicitly and explicitly, that if they cannot afford their choice, they do not deserve to have one. As staff of Abortion Fund of Ohio, you’re not just providing financial assistance, but you are telling those in need that they deserve this support.
This position handles the management of the daily finance and operations of the Abortion Fund of Ohio. It provides support to project and grant management, supporting systems of workflow from a financial management standpoint, expense reports and receipting, and supporting the compensation, benefits, and human resources of Abortion Fund of Ohio.
Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Liaison between staff and our accountant to keep accurate accounting and timely compliance with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements and to produce monthly financial statements for review by the board of director
- Ensuring that all of our abortion service and practical support funding is receipted with signatures from the beneficiary
- Collection and filing of all receipts for administrative and programmatic costs
- Tracking grant spend-downs for grant reporting purposes, developing grant budgets
- Supervise compliance with AFO timekeeping policies and ensure accuracy of employee timesheets
- Managing our benefits such as our 401k plan and our health care policy renewals on an annual basis
- HR compliance and documentation management
- Manage all financial transactions related to the Clinic Block Grant program and coordinate with Program Managers and Executive Director to determine quarterly and monthly allocations
- Solidifying and enforcing our financial processes and procedures manual across staff
- Checking and verifying employee expense reports monthly
- Making budget recommendations
- Ensuring payroll is updated and paid out in a timely fashion, liaison with our payroll company
- Ensuring maintenance of and payment for all liability and insurance policies for the Organization
- Development and integration of secure systems across departments, including secure IT and data systems
- Oversee completion of regular employee evaluation, including annual review processes as well as board review of the Executive Director
- Work closely in leadership collaboration with the Executive Director to ensure interdependent program budgets, communications, and fundraising efforts are aligned and connected
- Evaluates and produces contracts, makes sure expired contracts are renewed in a timely fashion
- Manages tech contractors, bank representatives, and other temporary contractors
- Manages any space rental, insurance of space and events, office supplies, and equipment
- Upholds HR policies and procedures, ensuring accuracy, consistency, adherence to both legal compliance, and alignment with AFO’s values
This is not a complete list of duties and responsibilities, as abortion rights are in flux in the state of Ohio, so this job description will be iterative.
- Shares the progressive values of Reproductive Justice, Health, & Rights
- A personal and professional commitment to ongoing development as an anti-racist leader
- Five to seven years of relevant experience in finance and/or operations
- At least two years experience in a management role or higher
- At least two years experience using Quickbooks Online and budget management
- Demonstrated ability to effectively build and sustain durable relationships with a wide variety of people
- Strong project management, time management, and planning skills, with a demonstrated ability to take initiative and drive projects forward independently
Competencies Desired for the Role
- Clear communication
- Critical evaluation skills
- Ethical standards based in equity and justice
- Flexible and adaptable in work environments that have a mix of urgent matters and on-going detailed work
- Risk management
- Intermediate or higher skill with cloud-based software including G Suite, Excel Online AirTable, Dialpad, & Slack
Start Date, Compensation, & Benefits
This position is fully remote but the candidate must be based near Columbus, Ohio in order to check our mail and handle our banking with regularity. The annual salary for this position is a range between $75,000-$85,000. This is a full-time, exempt position based on a 35-40 hour workweek. The majority of our work takes place during the hours of 10:00 am to 6:00 pm EST, but there may be instances where evening or weekend hours are needed in support of events or urgent initiatives.
AFO is eager to fill this important role. We will work with the final candidate to select a mutually agreeable start date that would ideally happen in early October.
We understand that staff have personal, family, and community obligations and have a flexible workplace to support these needs. We do offer 10 designated paid holidays, 2 floating holidays, and 28 days of PTO each year as well as medical, dental, and health insurance. We offer a 401K program with a 3% match without a required contribution.
The last day to apply is Sept 30th, 2022. Candidates must be able to start in late October, 2022 at the latest. Do NOT call/email our warmline to inquire about your application.
If you have issues with the application link, you can email your resume and cover letter to [email protected]
Equal Opportunity Policy
At AFO, we believe that a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace makes us a more relevant, more creative, and more resilient organization. We encourage people from all backgrounds, ages, abilities, and experiences to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ancestry, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital or family status, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, pregnancy or caregiver status, veteran status, or any other legally protected status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodations to participate in the job application and interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment.
A Note to Potential Candidates
Studies have shown that women, trans, non-binary folks, and Black, Indigenous, and People of Color are less likely to apply for jobs unless they believe they meet every single one of the qualifications as described in a job description. We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive organization, and we are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job. That candidate may be one who comes from a background less traditional to our field of work, and that’s okay. We would strongly encourage you to apply, even if you don't believe you meet every one of the qualifications described.