JOB TITLE: Finance Director
AGENCY: Southwest Washington Accountable Community of Health
OPEN DATE: 4/19/18
STATUS: Exempt, 1.0 FTE (40 hours/week)
COMPENSATION: Commensurate with experience
REPORTS TO: CEO/Executive Director


The Finance Director is primarily responsible for overseeing the day-to-day accounting functions of the Southwest Washington Accountable Community of Health (SWACH) including: the administration of the organization’s financial policies and the development of new policies; development of organizational and programmatic budgets, financial statement preparation, Federal and state grant invoicing and reporting, liaising with the fiscal portal and financial executor for Medicaid Transformation payments; maintenance of the general ledger, cash management; supervising accounts payable/receivable; and other general accounting and administrative functions.

  1. Work with the CEO/Executive Director and the Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees to create (when necessary) and administer all financial and administrative policies of the organization.
  2. Develop organizational and programmatic budgets in partnership with the leadership team and the Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees.
  3. Produce monthly, quarterly, semiannual and annual financial statements.
  4. Preparation of the annual 990 tax return and management of the annual audit process
  5. Prepare grant invoicing and reporting and be primary fiscal contact for funders.
  6. Oversee fiscal portal for Medicaid Transformation payments including registering partnering providers, providing technical assistance for our partners, processing our requests for disbursements, and oversee reporting requirements.
  7. Track and account for all cash receipts from grants and contributions and report monthly on fund balances.
  8. Generate invoices for funders, as necessary.
  9. Supervise accounts payable, including new vendor set up and maintenance, vendor statement reconciliation, coding of expenses to proper general ledger account and to proper funding source, cash disbursements, and reconciliation of accounts payable to the general ledger.
  10. Reconcile bank accounts monthly and produce cash balance and transaction reports.
  11. Reconcile all balance sheet accounts and prepare journal entries as needed.
  12. Prepare and or/review all expense reports for accuracy and proper coding and expense disclosure.
  13. Maintain all financial files.
  14. Assure the quality of services provided to the “customers” of finance and accounting, whether they are external customers (funders, community partners, vendors) or internal customers (management and staff).
  15. Meet with the Financial Committee monthly, before the SWACH Board of Trustees meeting, to review financials and financial updates.
  16. Perform other related duties as requested by the CEO/Executive Director.
  1. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or Business, and minimum of 5 years progressively responsible finance experience (will consider 10 years progressively responsible finance experience in lieu of education)
  2. Experience working with financial general ledger and reporting systems and expertise with QuickBooks
  3. Proficiency in Microsoft Office tools
  4. Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and accounting for non-profit organizations
  5. Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  6. Able to prioritize and multi-task in a fast-paced work environment
  7. Highly organized and detail-oriented
  8. Able to complete tasks accurately and timely with minimal supervision
  9. Thrives in a collaborative work environment and interfaces well with staff and external contacts of SWACH
  10. Proven ability to maintain high ethical standards and confidentiality
  11. Excellent customer service skills
  1. Master’s degree in Accounting or CPA
  2. Experience working with the State of Washington and its various agencies
  3. Experience working with healthcare, public health and social services agencies
  4. Experience in accounting and reporting for federal grants
Physical Demands Required to Fulfill Essential Functions of this Position

Employee must be able to sit for extended periods of time. Employee must be able to focus on tasks while in an active office environment where conversation and noise is prevalent. Employee must be able to operate a keyboard, write, speak, and hear. Employee must be able to read small print both on paper and on a computer screen for extended periods of time. Employee must be able to bend and reach to the top of a five-drawer filing cabinet. Employee must be able to lift boxes of no more than 30lbs. Employee must be able to go up a flight of stairs. Employee must be able to complete all job functions with or without reasonable accommodation.

Working Conditions

Office and community based work

Interested candidates should send resume and cover letter to