Associate Director, Non-Profit Administration

Employer
Atlantic Council of the United States, Inc.
Location
District of Columbia, United States
Salary
$65,000.00 - $85,000.00
Closing date
Feb 23, 2023

 

The Office of Finance and Operations (OFO) serves the 16 programs and centers of the Atlantic Council.  Operational efficiency within OFO is critical to the success of the Council and the Associate Director, Non-Profit Administration will play an integral role in the effort to improve process and workflows.  We seek a new team member to join us in our goal of delivering exceptional service to our colleagues to support the work they do around the world with our partners and allies to shape the global future. Please note that this is not an accounting role, but a role focused on financial management, strategy, and communications around policies to ensure compliance and timeliness and accuracy across the organization.

Overview of the Role

The Atlantic Council seeks an organized, entrepreneurial, and motivated professional to help drive the organization’s financial management to ensure that the organization’s internal operations run at peak efficiency and accuracy. The Associate Director, Non-Profit Administration will work directly with the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in overseeing and working alongside the outsourced Finance and Accounting (F&A) team to enhance and streamline day-to-day processes and act as a bridge between the outsourced F&A team and the programs and centers.

 

A successful candidate will have the ability to think creatively, solve challenges, work well in a team and across the organization, be optimally organized, and communicate effectively. The candidate should be prepared to work in a fast-paced, driven work environment, and should possess a strong record of organization, reliability, creative thinking, attention to detail, and strong communication skills.

 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Develop organization-wide policies, processes, trainings, and guides.
  • Serve as main staff point of contact for expense report and invoice paying platforms.
  • Act as point of contact for tax issues and payments.
  • Manage logistics and materials for quarterly meetings of two board committees.
  • Coordinate the annual Budget & Strategy Process, working closely with programs/centers, F&A, and Development teams to meet deadlines, answer questions, and collect materials.
  • Maintain organization’s business licenses, charitable registrations, and tax accounts.
  • Support the CFO to ensure that financial operations are being conducted in an orderly and efficient manner.
  • Think creatively and work with the CFO to identify areas for improvement in the financial branch of the Office of Finance and Operations.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in nonprofit management, business, international relations, or a relevant field required.
  • 3-5 years of relevant work experience working in nonprofit operations, financial management, or related field.
  • Advanced software skills using MS Office products, including Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and SharePoint, and ability to quickly learn new software and platforms. Familiarity with CRMs recommended.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills and ability to write and edit under tight timelines.
  • Excellent organizational, time management, and project management skills, including ability to identify, balance, and rapidly shift priorities as needed.
  • Positive, flexible, get-it-done attitude.
  • Ability to make sound judgments, assume responsibility, and work proactively and independently in a fast-paced environment with tight deadlines and competing priorities.
  • Strong interpersonal skills appropriate for operating effectively in a multicultural, international team environment.
  • Data-driven, detail-oriented, self-starter, and an excellent problem solver.

 

The Atlantic Council offers a competitive compensation package commensurate with experience.

 

About Atlantic Council

Working Together to Shape the Future. Renewing the Atlantic Community for Global Challenges

Driven by our mission of "working together to secure the future," the Atlantic Council promotes constructive leadership and engagement in international affairs based on the Atlantic Community's central role in meeting global challenges.

The Council provides an essential forum for navigating the dramatic economic and political changes defining the twenty-first century in order to adapt, revitalize, and defend the international rules-based order. Through the papers we write, the ideas we generate, and the communities we build, the Council shapes policy choices and strategies to create a more secure and prosperous world.

Our focus on results attracts an extended network of global citizens who join our community of influence. For heads of state and government, the Council is a powerful platform for connecting with a uniquely relevant audience. Businesses find a place for understanding our rapidly evolving world, its impacts on markets, and means to contribute to the public interest. For global strategists, we are a vehicle to navigate the trends shaping the future. 

The Council's fourteen programs and centers work together in a way that mirrors how real policy is created: not in a vacuum, but in a collaborative effort that draws from a range of expertise to address multiple issues and steered by an over-arching strategy and worldview.

The Atlantic Council community believes that by working together, we can and should secure a better global future. Succeeding in our mission requires the hard work of building consensus, including rather than excluding partners, while also broadening awareness of our mission's importance among the public and preparing a new generation of leaders to take up the mantle of fostering a better global future.

The Atlantic Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristics covered by applicable law. The Atlantic Council is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation for all qualified individuals and bases all employment decisions on qualifications, merit, and business need. The Atlantic Council believes that diversity and inclusion amongst our team members are critical to our success as a global organization and seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.

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