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FSL, Inc.
Phoenix, Arizona, United States (hybrid)
27 days ago
FSL, Inc.
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
27 days ago
Job Type
Job Duration
$110,000.00 - $140,000.00
Human Rights/Services
Min Experience
7-10 Years
Min Education
Required Travel
Salary - Type
Yearly Salary
Job Function


The Director of Finance is a key leadership role responsible for overseeing the financial health and strategy of the organization. This position plays a critical role in driving financial planning, budgeting, accounting, and reporting processes, while ensuring compliance with all relevant laws and regulations. The Director of Finance will collaborate closely with the CFO, the executive team, and program management to provide financial insights, support decision-making, and contribute to the overall success and growth of the company.


  • Manages the agency’s monthly closing and consolidation processes of the organization’s multiple affiliated companies with numerous GLs.  Manages the organization’s chart of accounts to ensure efficient and timely consolidation of all organizational GL transactions.
  • Ensures that revenue is properly invoiced and financial reporting deadlines are met.  These deadlines may be established by the CEO, the Executive Team or the Board of Directors.
  • Provide guidance to the financial staff to improve and ensure data accuracy and timeliness. Financial reports are to reflect sound accounting treatment, compliant with GAAP.  
  • Collaborates with CFO and financial analyst to interpret financial results for management and recommend improvement actions or additional operational opportunities.
  • Oversee all project / program and grant accounting, ensuring that expenditures are consistently aligned with budgets throughout the appropriate period(s). 
  • Work with the CFO and/or the Director of FP&A to manage the process of developing and implementing the organization’s annual operating budget.  The annual budget will be developed in conjunction with input from the Executive Team and program staff.
  • Ensure corporate income tax compliance and timely completion of all corporate tax filings for the organization and all affiliated entities.  This includes Form 990s, partnership and corporate returns.
  • Responsible for preparing the organization’s Indirect Cost Rate proposal and supporting documentation and working with the cognizant agent to get the proposal approved.
  • Lead an ERP systems conversion including developing formal business requirements, etc.
  • Coordinate with HR and Payroll to prepare the annual worker’s compensation audits for submission to the appropriate insurance carriers and/or insurance broker.


  • Guide the creation, implementation and administration of financial/accounting policies which provide the framework for sound internal controls and are approved by the Board’s Finance & Audit Risk (FAR) Committee.
  • Develop and maintain financial procedures in conformity with policy and oversee the implementation of these procedures across the entity.  Oversee periodic internal audits to ensure compliance across the organization.
  • Oversees the Audit Manager to manage annual financial and single audits of the organization by independent auditors as well as reviews by funding sources; ensures all documentation meets federal, state, and funding agency requirements.
  • Coordinates with the Audit Manager to ensure that all Form 990 tax documents are prepared and filed timely and are distributed to the appropriate external stakeholders within prescribed deadlines.
  • Collaborates with CFO and financial analyst to prepare monthly and quarterly reports to FAR committee.  Attends the regular quarterly FAR Committee meetings to support the CFO in presentation of financial performance report.


  • Oversee daily operational cash management for the organization and serve as the administrator of the treasury management program for the entity by managing the company’s commercial banking relationships.  The goal is to achieve an appropriate credit resource with highly competitive terms.
  • Manage cash flow forecasting for the entity by collaborating with Finance and Real Estate staff to prepare and review the cash flow forecast and cash needs of the organization.  Make recommendations to CFO and executive team on short- and long-term borrowing needs of the organization in concert with the appropriate policies and board objectives.
  • Invest surplus funds and make recommendations regarding the organization’s proper capital structure in concert with the appropriate policies and board objectives.


  • Engage in on-going performance management of staff including coaching, mentoring, development, and succession planning to include hiring and termination decisions.
  • Develop a training and development plan for each direct report.  This plan should identify the team members’ strengths and development needs and a training plan, including timing, to address these weakness or development opportunities.  
  • Supervise and manage assigned staff in accordance with agency personnel practices including recruitment, training, performance evaluation, guidance, etc. Participate in the process of ongoing personal and professional development. 
  • Maintain comprehensive communication among all contacts (internal and external). 
  • Model professional standards and ethics in accordance with agency philosophy. 
  • Promote ongoing commitment to excellence and continual quality improvement to ensure the highest quality of services to our staff and clients. 



  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance with 10+ years of experience in non-profit or corporate accounting is required.  Prior experience in leading and developing a team is required.  A CPA, CMA or MBA is highly desirable.

Skills & Abilities

  • Demonstrated knowledge and thorough understanding of accounting, financial / management reporting and financial systems and procedures; experience with DynamicsGP ERP systems preferred.  Strong understanding and knowledge of GAAP with specific experience in non-profit/fund accounting preferred.  
  • Must have excellent communication skills (verbal and written).  Must be able to work with multiple deadlines, possess solid analytical and problem-solving skills.  Must be sensitive to cultural differences within the agency and community.  Fluent in Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word & Outlook).

Physical Demands

  • Primarily office work, however travel within the state may be required. Evening/Weekend hours required as needed. Must be able to stoop, bend, squat, sit on floor and ambulate over uneven floor surfaces including stairs and steps. Must be able to visually and auditory assess and interact with staff and vendors. May lift up to 25 pounds.
Job ID: 72831234

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