Finance and Administration Coordinator – Richmond Hill – Richmond

[Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these responsibilities/duties.]
— Fiscal oversight and management:
Processing purchases, contributions, accounts payable, payroll and all other financial transactions; includes making required entries into the accounting system
Preparing the annual operating budget, with support and input from the Treasurer and Co-Pastoral Directors
Overseeing the annual audit to ensure timely completion and compliance
Monitoring the annual operating budget, endowments and investment performance
Evaluating and recommending financial policies and overseeing their implementation
Developing and maintaining adequate financial controls
Providing monthly financial reports for the Council Treasurer, the Finance Committee and Council
Human Resources management and personnel practices, including:
Compensation, including insurance benefits and403B retirement plan
Planning and ensuring the effective administration of benefits for all employees
Staff search processes and onboarding
Assignments and job responsibilities for staff
Personnel performance reviews and assigning goals and objectives
Maintaining appropriate personnel files
Continuing education for staff
— Acquisition and retention of adequate insurance coverages for Richmond Hill
— Ensure timely submission of legally required reports and filings
— Providing contract administration including oversight of the bid process, approvals, contract performance and compliance
— Ensuring that Richmond Hill has the proper technology to meet needs:
Computer and network systems
Telephones and office equipment
E-mail and internet connections and procedures
— Preserve the official records of Richmond Hill, including compliance with state and federal requirements (sales tax, solicitation filing, 990 reporting, etc.).
— Participate as a member of Council and in the activities of the Executive Committee and operations-related Committees
— Participate in the activities of and serve as staff-liaison to the Finance Committee

Possess a solid understanding of the spiritual nature of the residential community and a commitment to the Richmond Hill mission
A minimum of 3 years of executive-level experience in a business or nonprofit organization
Proven leadership experience and management skills
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Mature judgment to work with a wide range of constituencies and the ability to make decisions while creating an environment of consensus
Financial management skills, including budget preparation and management
Experience providing HR-related services (e.g., hiring, onboarding, performance reviews)
QuickBooks competency, preferred

How to Apply
Answering a call to live in community as a resident is an intentional process requiring mutual discernment between the applicant and Richmond Hill—and can take one to three months to complete.
To apply for this role and, perhaps, the opportunity to live in community at Richmond Hill, please send a cover letter discussing your interest and a resume to
Richmond Hill will accept submissions until this position is filled, so earlier application is encouraged.