As a part of the senior management team, the Controller provides quality support to all IMPACT departments and its’ outside customers in keeping with IMPACT’s philosophy of customer service, teamwork and value added. The Controller is responsible for communicating organizational financial performance to the President & Chief Executive Officer, Executive, Finance and audit committees, and Board of Directors; also leads and co-ordinates financial forecasting, cash management and budgeting for the agency. In addition, is responsible for the preparation of annual audits and supervision of the accounting department. Provides financial information in the areas of program budgets, forecasts, and cost analysis and contract applications on an ongoing basis to various stakeholders.
Prepare, analyze and present financial information to various stakeholders including Board of Directors.
Understand and communicate Non-Profit Organization (NPO) filing requirements for contracts / funders.
Utilize program, contract management skills to reconcile and forecast program budgets.
Establish, update, and maintain agency accounting policies and procedures.
Represent the agency with various stakeholders.
Must be able to supervise accounting staff and provide back up support for Accounts Payable, Payroll and Accounts Receivable.
Responsible for maintaining Internal Controls over Cash Receipts and Payments.
Responsible for protecting Protected Health Information (PHI), electronic or paper form, within the scope of the normal job function, from unauthorized access, modifications, destruction and disclosure as defined by IMPACT and relevant Federal, State, and local laws.
As appropriate, authorizes, supports, reviews workforce member access to PHI (electronic or paper form).
Oversees and directs employees’ appropriate use and compliance with IMPACT’s policies regarding access and use of PHI.
Directing Business Insurance renewal, 401k administration and assists in Health Care insurance renewal.
Ensures that IMPACT is compliant with applicable federal, state, and local laws ensuring client confidentiality.