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United Way of Snohomish County is growing in response to the demands of a changing community. We are embarking on new methods to solve some of Snohomish County’s toughest social problems, adopting two promising national models: Collective Impact and the 2-Generational Approach. Our work is at the beginning of an exciting new chapter and will be focused on cross-sector collaboratives (groups of community partners working together) creating long-term solutions for children birth to age 8, and their families with low income.

Director of Finance

Regular/Full-Time + Benefits
37.5 Hr. Work Week & Flexible Schedule

Are you a financial professional with a passion to create real social change and to build a community where all families have access to opportunity for generations to come? Then join our United Way team as we begin an exciting new chapter focused on cross-sector collaboratives (groups of community partners working together) creating long-term solutions for children birth to age 8, and their families with low income. The Director of Finance reports to the President & CEO to provide excellent stewardship of donor dollars with ultimate accountability and transparency.  

Primary responsibilities include overseeing, managing, and administering all financial planning analyses, including financial statements, budgets, long-range forecasts and trends, financial models, and key performance measures. Must prepare and interpret management reports for investments, program grants, and other fiscal matters. Tasked with reviewing and approving recommendations for financial planning and controls, as well as accounting policies and procedures. This position also oversees internal process operations and data strategy roles. Supervises, A/P, A/R, general ledger accounting, pledge processing, internal operations and data roles. Works closely with the board of directors, organizational leadership team and is staff lead of our volunteer driven audit & finance committees.

We are looking for a team member possessing core finance, accounting, and leadership competencies to include: business acumen, financial aptitude, operational planning and execution, and leadership. Integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome-oriented are the values our staff uphold that motivate and inspire our work.

Bachelor’s degree from accredited four-year college or university required; five years of professional finance and accounting experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience. CPA strongly desired. Examples of acceptable fields of study include business administration, management, accounting, and finance. Experience working in nonprofit accounting and two years in a supervisory/leadership capacity. Hiring salary range 65K-75K (special consideration based on qualifications presented) plus health, 403(b), paid leave, 37.5-hour reduced workweek, and flexible schedule. Submit a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements. For first consideration by June 26. Apply online here. Open until filled. Download a complete job description. We are committed to providing a diverse and inclusive work environment.