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      • Mansfield, Ohio
      • Temp to Perm
      The Professional Division of Spherion Mid Ohio is partnered with the Richland County Foundation sourcing to secure the next Director of Finance for this amazing local non-profit organization. The mission of the Richland County Foundation "is to improve and enhance the quality of life in Richland County through strategic philanthropy and community leadership.” Join the team and become a part of this purposeful mission to enrich our community. The Director of Finance shall be responsible for coordinating all financial policies and procedures of the Foundation as established by the Board of Trustees, subject to the direction and supervision of the President. The Director of Finance shall be responsible for the following: 1. Oversee payroll preparation and maintenance of accurate payroll records, and the payment of all payroll taxes and withholdings appropriately. 2. Maintain records and assist with the oversight all personnel benefits provided by the personnel policies. 3. Maintain accurate accounting records including receipts, payables, and reconciliation of bank and investment statements. With the President, shall establish and maintain appropriate controls and oversee all procedures for accounting activities, including duties of other staff involved with accounting activities . 4. Maintain records of donations and income and all grant disbursements by fund. Shall oversee, with the President, all procedures for contributions and grant disbursements including the duties of other staff involved with these activities. 5. Provide the President and Board of Trustees with quarterly financial statements including income and expense report, assets and liabilities, administrative expenses, performance of investment managers, fund and grant budgets, and other reports as needed. 6. Maintain the current computer software (Foundation Information Management System) and be responsible for the training and application use of the software programs by the staff with the goal of cross-training positions, establishing procedures, and a process for creating the data and reports the system can provide. 7. Assist the President with the preparation of the annual operating budget. 8. Provide oversight of the computer network system including backup and hardware. Keep the President and Board of Trustees informed as to the capabilities of the system hardware and software relative to the needs of the organization. 9. Serve as staff liaison to the Finance Committee; provide data and reports as needed, including the preparation of meeting minutes. Shall assist the Finance Committee with the development and implementation of plans for long-term investment of Foundation assets and performance review. Executes trades through custodial financial institution as approved by the Finance Committee. 10. Coordinate annual audit, financial statements, and IRS 990 with professional accountants and work with the President and the Audit Committee regarding management recommendations. 11. Prepare and maintain a policy and procedure manual for all Foundation operations. 12. Oversee the Office Administrator's gift/financial duties. 13. Work courteously, effectively, and comfortably with others including donors, community leaders, volunteers, and staff. 14. Assist the President in overseeing a risk management program, including the purchase of appropriate insurance coverage, maintenance of strong internal controls to prevent fraud, and management of decision processes to minimize risk. 15. Exhibit professionalism in conduct, appearance, and performance. 16. Perform other duties as requested by the President.   Qualifications, Skills and Experiences: Bachelor's degree in Accounting required; CPA preferred. Excellent computer/software skills (Microsoft Office products); experience with FIMS (Foundation Information Management System) a plus. Must be technologically savvy—a quick learner of new software programs; and must have a demonstrated ability using technology as a tool to streamline responsibilities. Experience with financial statements and investment performance reports. Skills in detecting and identifying problems/solutions. Knowledge of good financial management and audit procedures. Comfortable with making presentations to donors, professional advisors and the Board.
      The Professional Division of Spherion Mid Ohio is partnered with the Richland County Foundation sourcing to secure the next Director of Finance for this amazing local non-profit organization. The mission of the Richland County Foundation "is to improve and enhance the quality of life in Richland County through strategic philanthropy and community leadership.” Join the team and become a part of this purposeful mission to enrich our community. The Director of Finance shall be responsible for coordinating all financial policies and procedures of the Foundation as established by the Board of Trustees, subject to the direction and supervision of the President. The Director of Finance shall be responsible for the following: 1. Oversee payroll preparation and maintenance of accurate payroll records, and the payment of all payroll taxes and withholdings appropriately. 2. Maintain records and assist with the oversight all personnel benefits provided by the personnel policies. 3. Maintain accurate accounting records including receipts, payables, and reconciliation of bank and investment statements. With the President, shall establish and maintain appropriate controls and oversee all procedures for accounting activities, including duties of other staff involved with accounting activities . 4. Maintain records of donations and income and all grant disbursements by fund. Shall oversee, with the President, all procedures for contributions and grant disbursements including the duties of other staff involved with these activities. 5. Provide the President and Board of Trustees with quarterly financial statements including income and expense report, assets and liabilities, administrative expenses, performance of investment managers, fund and grant budgets, and other reports as needed. 6. Maintain the current computer software (Foundation Information Management System) and be responsible for the training and application use of the software programs by the staff with the goal of cross-training positions, establishing procedures, and a process for creating the data and reports the system can provide. 7. Assist the President with the preparation of the annual operating budget. 8. Provide oversight of the computer network system including backup and hardware. Keep the President and Board of Trustees informed as to the capabilities of the system hardware and software relative to the needs of the organization. 9. Serve as staff liaison to the Finance Committee; provide data and reports as needed, including the preparation of meeting minutes. Shall assist the Finance Committee with the development and implementation of plans for long-term investment of Foundation assets and performance review. Executes trades through custodial financial institution as approved by the Finance Committee. 10. Coordinate annual audit, financial statements, and IRS 990 with professional accountants and work with the President and the Audit Committee regarding management recommendations. 11. Prepare and maintain a policy and procedure manual for all Foundation operations. 12. Oversee the Office Administrator's gift/financial duties. 13. Work courteously, effectively, and comfortably with others including donors, community leaders, volunteers, and staff. 14. Assist the President in overseeing a risk management program, including the purchase of appropriate insurance coverage, maintenance of strong internal controls to prevent fraud, and management of decision processes to minimize risk. 15. Exhibit professionalism in conduct, appearance, and performance. 16. Perform other duties as requested by the President.   Qualifications, Skills and Experiences: Bachelor's degree in Accounting required; CPA preferred. Excellent computer/software skills (Microsoft Office products); experience with FIMS (Foundation Information Management System) a plus. Must be technologically savvy—a quick learner of new software programs; and must have a demonstrated ability using technology as a tool to streamline responsibilities. Experience with financial statements and investment performance reports. Skills in detecting and identifying problems/solutions. Knowledge of good financial management and audit procedures. Comfortable with making presentations to donors, professional advisors and the Board.
      • Mansfield, Ohio
      • Permanent
      The Professional Division of Spherion Mid Ohio is partnered with a local independent insurance agency that is seeking Account Managers to join their team. Their focus will be on personal and commercial insurance and will take on a book of business to hit the ground running. Come join a family of 20 and build your career!  What will an Account Manager do: Manage book of business Take calls to answer any billing questions Review current policies with customers Analyze, requote, and renew policies with customers Review potential cheaper rates for customers Re-write policies when switching carriers Document all interaction with customers      What qualities make a good Account Manager: Strong customer service skills with a “heart of service” Ability to learn and adapt Self directed and motivated Attention to detail Good follow through Thinking outside-of-the-box
      The Professional Division of Spherion Mid Ohio is partnered with a local independent insurance agency that is seeking Account Managers to join their team. Their focus will be on personal and commercial insurance and will take on a book of business to hit the ground running. Come join a family of 20 and build your career!  What will an Account Manager do: Manage book of business Take calls to answer any billing questions Review current policies with customers Analyze, requote, and renew policies with customers Review potential cheaper rates for customers Re-write policies when switching carriers Document all interaction with customers      What qualities make a good Account Manager: Strong customer service skills with a “heart of service” Ability to learn and adapt Self directed and motivated Attention to detail Good follow through Thinking outside-of-the-box

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