Mid-size non-profit organization located just north of Boston is seeking a Fiscal Manager “In Training”, who will eventually oversee all fiscal operations of this mid-size Community Action Agency.
The successful candidate will have at least five years’ experience in non-profit financial management and possess a degree in accounting, business management, fiscal management or related field, with experience supervising personnel, payroll preparation, cost allocations, financial systems software, auditing, preparing a UFR, Form 990 and other required filings. Experience required interacting with government funding sources, report preparation and cost allocations.
CPA preferred, not required.
Salary is negotiable and benefits are competitive.
CAPIC is an EOE.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is negotiable.
About Community Action Programs Inter-City, Inc.
Community Action Programs, Inter City, Inc. (CAPIC) is a private, non-profit corporation chartered in 1967 and designated to identify and eradicate the root causes of poverty in Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop. The organization is governed by an twenty one member community-based Board of Directors that represents public, private, and low-income sectors of the communities we serve. In addition, CAPIC provides housing services to the residents of East Boston through our local program and twenty-five other communities regionally, as well as Weatherization services to eighteen local communities. Since its inception, CAPIC has grown to meet the changing needs of the communities we serve, supporting self-sufficiency efforts of people struggling economically and emotionally.
Today, as a growing private non-profit, assisting more than 5,000 low-income individuals and families annually, CAPIC continues to implement its philosophy of self-sufficiency through a service delivery structure that provides innovative, practical, and timely programs and services which emphasize developing problem-solving skills for people and communities. CAPIC has an annual operating budget of over $8 million and receives grant income from federal, state and local governments, as well as private foundations.
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