Finance Manager / Employment

June 16, 2024

Organization Name: The Vera Project

Organization Location: Seattle, WA

Type: Employment

Fee: Free


Finance Manager

Key Responsibilities:
Financial Management –
-Manage all bookkeeping needs at The Vera Project, including accounts payable and receivable, payroll, invoicing, bill payment, subscription renewal, and more.
-Maintain financial records for all accounts, income, and expenses using QuickBooks Online and and/or applicable accounting softwares and platforms.
-Ensure compliance with organizational financial controls and federal, state, county, and city regulations, including all licenses, insurance, and 501(c)3 requirements.
-Prepare detailed financial reports and budgets on an annual, quarterly, and monthly basis, or as needed for strategic planning, funding requests, grant reporting, and more.
-Work with the Executive Director to prepare 1099s, W2s, and annual tax returns.
-Co-manage, develop, and implement financial policies for all programming, events, staff, independent contractors, and interns.
-On-board and process all paperwork for new employees, teaching artists, and contract staff with the Executive Director.
-Manage the payment of all teaching artists, contract staff, and trainees as applicable.
-Prepare and process all reimbursements, stipends, scholarships, and other means of financial support for The Vera Project’s staff and community.
-Administer employee benefits in collaboration with the Executive Director.
-Manage financial relationships and provide admin support to VERA fiscal sponsors
-Track, record, analyze, and report on organizational and program metrics for grants, donors, and various annual reports.
-Coordinate the finance and bookkeeping needs for The Vera Project’s fundraising and special events

Business Development-
-Support the development and implementation of strategies, best practices, and partnerships that expand and improve The Vera Project’s earned revenue streams.
-Co-manage corporate and community rental programming with the Artistic Director.
-Support the development team on campaigns, fundraisers, and grants as needed.

Hours: 40 hours/week
Reports to: Executive Director
Compensation: $55-61k Salary DOE, 100% Employer Covered Medical, Dental, & Vision Benefits, Paid Parking or Public Transportation Reimbursements.

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