Finance Director

  • Location
    Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Job type
    Direct Hire
  • Category
    Accounting & Finance - Accountant - General


Business Office Operations. Develops and oversees accounting and financial policies and procedures to meet both current and future needs. Establishes and maintains effective internal controls to help ensure compliance with applicable rules and regulations and best business practices. Oversees payroll and benefits processing.

Financial reporting. Prepares financial reports for management, Board of Directors, Finance Committee and other external users. Responsible for the financial audit and tax matters related to The Society. Oversees and ensures compliance with local and IRS financial reporting.

Budgeting. Coordinates the preparation and approval of the annual operating and capital budgets with managers. Communicates budget strategies for the organization and makes recommendations on financial issues

Cash Management. Manages banking operations and relationships, cash balances and investments. Develops and monitors the investment strategy and performance of The Society’s investment portfolio and ensures assets are invested in accordance with established asset investment policies.

Administration. Responsible for corporate insurance programs. Serves as liaison to the City and County of Honolulu administration in regards to the City contracts. Documents management processes and corporate archiving policies.

Legal. Ensures legal filings for federal, state, and agency documents are completed and filed in a timely manner. Responsible for reviewing legal documents, contracts, bids and proposals. Ensures compliance with human resources legal requirements and reporting.

Leadership. Participates in the senior management team and as such suggests changes to improve efficiency and effectiveness and assure financial stability. Communicates with the Board of Directors Finance Committee on financial and audit issues.

Information Technology (IT). Oversees IT operations and outside vendors when needed. Accountable for The Society’s technical operations and support systems

PRIMARY PURPOSE: Responsible for the financial and fiscal health of the organization. The position maintains the primary financial liaison and communication with the Board of Directors. Responsible for the development, administration and implementation of financial, budgetary and IT policies. Supervises the Finance and Information Technology staff and reports to the President/CEO.


Skills/Knowledge: Generally accepted accounting principles, nonprofit accounting and tax. High level technology expertise

Education/Training: Bachelors degree in accounting. Certified Public Accountant preferred.

Experience: Five years proven successful experience leading an accounting/finance staff and function required. Experience with computerized accounting systems and information technology (IT).

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