NYSRA supports its member’s recruitment efforts by providing a
tool for announcing employment opportunities that are available in their organization. It's a great way to find talented, skilled professionals in your area.
To post current employment openings in your organization, email NYSRA at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include name of organization, location,
a brief description and contact information.
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION (New York, NY). Job Path is seeking a proactive, collaborative finance professional to work closely with its senior management team to achieve short and long-term financial and programmatic goals. The successful candidate will provide thoughtful fiscal leadership and maintain the integrity of the financial function. A $7 million not-for-profit organization, Job Path's innovative programs enable people with developmental disabilities to find satisfying employment, live in their homes and become part of community life.
As a member of the senior management team and treasurer of the board of trustees, build/supervise the appropriate financial/IT/office management functions for optimal day-to-day operations
Identify organizational financial goals, connect to and align with programmatic goals
Manage annual budget process; prepare and analyze monthly budget to actual results; present to board a full-year forecast on a quarterly basis
Manage annual audit process to produce financial statements on a timely basis
Maintain the General Ledger and producing relevant reports including the NYS Consolicated Fiscal Report on a timely basis
Oversee timely and compliant billing for Medicaid services and grants/contracts
Manage cash flow; monthly tracking of billing against accounts receivable
Qualifications, Experience and Skills
Four to six years experience in a senior financial position, preferably in a nonprofit organization. MBA/MPA and/or CPA preferred. Knowledge of Medicaid funding, NYS CFR and Fund EZ.
Salary commensurate with experience; excellent benefits
Detailed cover letter, including salary requirements and resume to: email@example.com
For further information, visit www.jobpathnyc.org
Job Path is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity.
DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMS (Schenectady, NY - Parent to Parent of NYS). A newly created role at Parent to Parent of NYS, the Director of Programs will provide strategic leadership as a member of the organization's Management Team, leading Parent to Parent's program development. The Director of Programs ensures staff have the support, resources, information and training to carry out their programmatic responsibilities. This is an exempt position reporting to the Executive Director. The Director of Programs is a 20 hours/week position to start, leading to full-time.
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree, Understanding of Parent to Parent program, Preference will be given to a parent or close relative of a person with developmental or intellectual disabilities, Strong problem solving and group work leadership skills, Ability to interact with people of all ages and cultural backgrounds, Ability to work independently as part of a team, Sound computer skills - including use of MS Office products, Effective oral and written communications, Program management and supervisory experience required, Experience in program development, Personnel management skills, Willingness to travel (4-6 days per month), Driver license and clean driving record, and Knowledge of family support and familiarity with community, local state, and national programs supporting people with disabilities and their families.
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To apply to this position send resume, cover letter and 3 current reference letters by January 25, 2013 to: Janice Fitzgerald, Executive Director, Parent to Parent of NYS, P.O. Box 1296, Tupper Lake, NY 12986.
DIRECTOR OF SERVICE COORDINATION - (Buffalo, NY - Community Services for the Developmentally Disabled.). This position oversees all aspects of department including new funding, quality of services, program development, supervision, compliance with funding sources, and preparation and completion of service contracts as well as statistical and narrative reports for funding sources.
Education, Skills and Experience:
To apply send resume and letter of interest to Patricia Judge at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax (716)362-0730.
EMPLOYMENT TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT MANAGER (Ithaca, NY - Challenge Workforce Solutions.)
Develop, coordinate and support job training and placement services. Identify and pursue grant opportunities, develop partnerships and new programs to expand Challenge services, including new populations facing barriers to employment.
Bachelor’s degree preferred plus 4 years experience in providing vocational services to individuals with disabilities or other employment barriers, sales/marketing and/or human resources. Associates Degree and 6 years of relevant experience would be considered. Experience in successfully developing new programs and opportunities for underserved populations required. Direct or indirect experience working with for-profit businesses preferred. Exceptional written and oral communication plus strong teamwork and organizational skills. Valid New York State driver’s license that meets third party insurance requirements and a reliable vehicle.
Salary commensurate with experience; excellent benefits. Detailed cover letter and resume to: email@example.com. To learn more about Challenge Workforce Solutions vist: www.challengeworkforcesoluitons.org