Job Posting | Finance Operations Manager

Working alongside the VP of Finance, the Finance Operations Manager oversees the recording, tracking, and reporting of donor pledges and payments in addition to the distribution of donated funds and related reporting to non-profit agencies.

Job Type: Full-time

Compensation: Pay range starting at $80,000/Yr and negotiable with experience

Work Location: Honolulu, HI

Ability to commute/relocate: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)

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Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Ensure accurate and timely processing of donor pledge, payment, and gift transactions in addition to the distribution of donated funds and reporting to non-profit agencies.

Review and approve pledge, payment, and gift transactions for accuracy, adequate documentation, duplication, and proper recording.

Review and approve the distribution of funds to non-profit agencies.

Oversee the coordination and processing of payroll, corporate, and individual billing statements in addition to annual tax letters.

Supervise staff in resolution of write-in designations.

Develop and refine data analyses, metrics, reports, and other deliverables using a variety of data sources and analytical methods.

Analyze the effectiveness of existing systems and processes to develop and implement new strategies to increase productivity.

Maintain organized filing and storage systems.

Develop, implement, and maintain policies and procedures respective to areas of responsibility in alignment with the organization’s goals.

Coach, develop, and manage a high-performing team of four.

Assist with data/transactional reconciliations, audit engagements, financial statement preparation/reporting, United Way Worldwide reporting and other activities as requested.

Represent Finance on cross functional organization projects and initiatives as needed.

Support Finance, Resource Development, and Community Impact team’s research and reporting needs.

Support Finance and Resource Development in the administrative support of donor records.

Cooperate with Finance team to provide shared back-up for financial, operational, and administrative responsibilities.

Collaborate across departments to maintain a culture of teamwork that ensures long-term organizational and community success.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Preferred Qualifications

Education/Experience

Bachelor's degree, or equivalent, in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or a closely related field is required.

A minimum of 7 years’ experience in Accounting, Finance, and/or other operations functions with at least 2 years in a supervisory role preferred.

Experience with high volume financial transaction processing preferred.

Non-profit accounting, finance, and/or operational experience preferred.

Accounting, CRM, and/or fundraising/donor management software experience preferred.

Skills/Knowledge

Working knowledge of accounting and finance principles.

Proven ability to work independently, establish priorities, manage multiple priorities, and meet deadlines with a high degree of accuracy.

Demonstrated success in identifying and implementing process improvements that yielded significant efficiency gains.

Excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to manage and analyze large pools of data.

Effective verbal and written communicator with the ability to clearly articulate complex data analyses and financial concepts to business leaders and teammates outside of Finance.

Proven interpersonal skills with an emphasis on promoting collaboration and partnership in a teamwork environment.

Thrives in a fast-paced, generative, multiracial work environment.

Skilled in Microsoft Office Suite; advanced proficiency in Excel.

Required Qualifications

Must be authorized to work in the United States.

Must be able to pass a background check.

Must be able to pass a drug test.

Must be located on Oʻahu or have pre-existing plans to be on Oʻahu

What We Offer

A collaborative environment where each member is dedicated to supporting a community focused non-profit agency. Your continuous learning and growth are encouraged, and your successes and contributions are celebrated in a supportive but fast-paced and outcome-oriented team environment.

Benefits and Compensation

Full 100% Medical Coverage
85% Medical Coverage for Dependents
Medical Coverage includes:
Dental
Vision
Massage
Chiropractic
Acupuncture
401k and ROTH Plans with up to 4% Company Match
15 Paid Vacation Days
15 Paid Sick Time Days
14 Paid Company Holidays
Monthly Paid Volunteer Hours
Life Insurance
Short and Long-term Disability Insurance
Long-term Care Insurance
Identity Theft Protection Insurance
Ergonomics Reimbursement
Employee Assistance Program
Access to Remote Learning, Development, and Training Certifications
Employee Discounts and Perks

***Benefits are subject to a waiting period.

About Aloha United Way

Aloha United Way is a non-profit agency that has been serving Oahu for over 100 years. We bring resources, organizations, and people together to advance the health, education and financial stability of every person in our community.

Leading With Equity

We believe that diversity, inclusion, equity, and justice are essential for a healthy society. It is our responsibility to actively practice and promote these values and condemn all forms of discrimination in our daily work.

Aloha United Way recognizes the impacts of colonialism, structural racism, ethnic discrimination, and other forms of oppression that have had significant and disproportionate influences on generations of people in Hawai’i. We acknowledge that these inequities are the result of systems and practices that have contributed and continue to contribute to persistent disparities. Each community member, donor, volunteer, advocate, and employee must have equal access to solving community problems.

Aloha United Way funds impact-based programs to improve the socio-economic status, health outcomes, education, and overall well-being of Native Hawaiian and other historically marginalized communities, and is committed to working with community partners to co-create solutions with Native Hawaiian, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) that dismantle these systemic inequities and create an equitable and just Hawai’i where everyone has access to the resources, support, opportunities and networks needed to thrive.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Aloha United Way is an equal opportunity employer and committed to building an organization that is diverse, and a work environment that is safe and inclusive for all employees. We recognize that generations of Native Hawaiians, people of color, people from working class backgrounds, women, and LGBTQ+ people have been marginalized. Because we believe that these communities must be centered in the work we do, we strongly encourage applicants from these identities to apply. Candidates from all spectrums of race, ethnicities, national origins, ages, sexual orientations, gender identities, religions, socio-economic backgrounds, and levels of physical abilities are welcome to apply. AUW values a wide range of experience and encourage candidates to submit applications even if candidates do not meet all preferred criteria.