Job Posting: Finance Director

Finance Director, Habitat for Humanity
Summary: The Director of Finance is responsible for financial accountability and reporting, special projects related to financial sustainability, managing mortgage portfolio, grant draws and reporting to funders on grant sources.

Finance and Accounting
1. Prepare timely, accurate and comprehensive monthly and annual financial
statements, activity reports, cash flow forecasts, annual budgets and other reports
to continuously monitor the organization’s financial performance
2. Coordinate the annual budget and forecast process for each functional group,
prepare the consolidated budget / forecast for the entire organization
3. Prepare for and facilitate the annual audit of the financial statements, coordinate
with external auditors
4. Ensure timely reporting as required in grant award documentation
5. Administer draw requests for any funding source which operates through a “draw
down” or reimbursement process
6. Administer special projects related to financial sustainability (i.e. mortgage sales
and forward loan commitments)
7. Service Habitat mortgages, including collections, delinquencies and escrow management
8. Manage relationship with Habitat mortgage servicer
9. Serve as primary contact with attorney for foreclosures and some home sales
11. Serve as a staff liaison to the Finance Committee
12. Manage insurance for auto, general liability and workers compensation
13. Manage Lines of Credit

Affiliate Administrator, whose core responsibilities include:

  • Managing the daily operations of all accounting functions, general ledger, accounts payable, bank deposits and payroll for both the affiliate and the ReStore
  • Manages payroll through ADP
  • Generating financial reports for managers and necessary documentation for external reporting
  • Purchasing supplies for general office operations, as well as technology purchases
  • Administration of credit card and fuel card programs
  • Oversight of Affiliate vehicle
  • Human resources, including new employee orientations and health insurance administration and tracking leave
  • Internal IT duties as needed
  • Schedule, train and supervise office volunteers to provide support in areas such as office reception, mailings, organizing office and updating procedures for effectively running the office
  • Ensure office procedures and manuals are up to date and used appropriately

Time Commitment: Full-time, Monday through Friday, with an occasional evening and weekend event

Qualifications: Undergraduate degree in Accounting or Finance. Minimum five years of financial management. Knowledge of GAAP. The candidate must have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Must have advanced PC skills and expert proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and QuickBooks Pro accounting software. Nonprofit fund accounting experience is preferred.


  • Project, time management, problem solving and strong financial analytical skills
  • Ability to work well with people from all backgrounds with varying degrees of experience
  • Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously
  • Ability to work with a minimum of supervision – self-motivated & confident
  • Desire to work as part of a team and willingness to promote the principles and views of Habitat for Humanity

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  • Evan Miller
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