Assistant Director / Chief Financial Officer – Marin City Community Development Corporation

The Marin City Community Development Corporation (MCCDC) has over 38 years of expertise providing job training and referral, youth development, housing programs, and other asset building services. The organization has also helped to expand Marin City’s residents to own, manage, and operate their own businesses. MCCDC is a nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) status, recognized as a leading institution in Marin City and within the County of Marin. The Mission of MCCDC is to empower and improve the quality of life of Marin City residents by implementing comprehensive income and asset development programs, and to preserve its diverse culture. The Marin City Community Development Corporation is committed to increasing the earnings and skills of unemployed or underemployed residents of Marin County. MCCDC efforts ensure that its clients are connected to viable careers. MCCDC works in partnership with workforce agencies, businesses, and educational institutions, to increase the opportunity for skills in demand industries that provide career track employment.

The Assistant Director/Chief Financial Officer will report to and work closely with the Executive Director and will be responsible for some aspects of agency operations, including program management, administration, and human resources. The position will help strengthen existing and create new community partnerships in support of the Marin City Community Development Corporation’s mission and lead new funding and program development.

Program Management
· Assist the Executive Director to oversee the fiscal management and fund development activities.
· Responsible for program planning and program compliance with state and county regulations.
· Supervise program manager and staff working closely with them to strengthen programming and streamline service delivery processes across programs.
· Measure performance and improve quality of services in all agency programs and all facets of agency operations.
· Provide leadership on staff development across programs with a focus on technical skill building.
· Review services on an ongoing basis and develop new programs as needs emerge.
· Identify and implement best practices reviewing staff accountability and efficiency.
· Create ongoing opportunities for all staff members to provide feedback on program operations.
· Inform the Executive Director (and other staff members and Board of Directors as advisable) of program issues, changes, and accomplishments.
· Work with health and human services providers and corporations to develop new and viable services for lower income children and families.

Fund Development
· Assist the Executive Director with the sourcing of agency funding opportunities with concentration on the generation of fee-based revenue and special events.
· Help research, write and submit grants and funding proposals.
· Develop fundable projects and campaigns.

Operations and Fiscal Management
· Improve efficiency and effectiveness of all internal operations and fiscal management.
· Enhance agency infrastructure to better support agency programming.
· Manage information technology, including ongoing maintenance and updating of systems, hardware, and software.
· Oversee the QuickBooks accounting system and data entry.
· Manage the State Compensation Insurance Fund Worker’s Compensation payroll reports and payments.
· Manage and understand the insurance policies and compliance.
· Oversee the State of California Department of Rehabilitation Program case management, compliance, policies, accounting and data collection procedures.
· Assist the Executive Director in preparing, maintaining and obtaining the 3-Year CARF Accreditation.

· Administer grants from local, state, federal government agencies, foundations, financial institutions and corporations.
· Serve as the lead on agency Management Information System. Implement data collection systems to streamline reporting on outputs and outcomes in all program areas.
· Manage program aspects of the annual budget in conjunction with program manager and the Executive Director to help ensure agency long-term sustainability.

Human Resources
· Support the management of human resources, including hiring, firing, reviewing performance and evaluation, training, employee policies, and legal compliance.
· Help strengthen and administer benefits.

Community Partnerships
· Strengthen relationships with other service providers to improve service delivery to clients.
· Serve on community committees and boards as directed by the Executive Director.

· Along with the Executive Director and senior staff, provide staff support and guidance to the Board of Directors and serve as staff liaison to relevant subcommittees of the Board.
· Provide programmatic input to the Executive Director in fund development planning and grant writing.
· Represent the agency at private and public functions as needed.

REQUIREMENTS: (Education/Training and Experience Knowledge, Skills and Abilities)
· Passion for the Marin City Community Development mission and ability to articulate its philosophy, values, and practices to internal and external stakeholders.
· Demonstrated integrity and interest in the issues of overcoming generational poverty through employment development services and financial education.
· Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s in Public Administration, or Social Services preferred.
· Demonstrated fiscal management knowledge.
· Experience with QuickBooks preferred.
· 4 years’ experience administering government grants preferred.
· 7 years’ nonprofit and business management experience preferred.
· Ability to speak multiple languages valued but not required.
· Familiarity with nonprofit policies and procedures.
· Previous social work experience strongly preferred.
· Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
· Team player with superior client skills and capacity to engage in critical thinking and analysis of programs and service delivery.
· Ability to adjust to the diverse needs of clients and staff.
· Proficiency in Microsoft Office required.
· Demonstrated leadership ability, problem solving, evaluations and data analysis, personnel management, and strong interpersonal skills.
A valid state driver’s license, a positive driving record and proof of personal vehicle insurance coverage are required to be maintained at all times for this position.
Must pass a TB and Drug Test.
Must pass a Background, Criminal, Employment and Reference Check.\

The Marin City Community Development Corporation is an equal opportunity employer. People of color and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Competitive medical, dental and vision benefits with optional 401K retirement plan and flexible spending account plan.

Prefer someone who is bilingual in Spanish.


4-year degree