COOPERATIVE HOME CARE ASSOCIATES
COOPERATIVE HOME CARE ASSOCIATES (CHCA): CHCA is a nationally recognized, south Bronx based worker-owned home care agency. It was founded in 1985, to provide quality home care to clients by providing quality jobs for paraprofessionals. In 2012, CHCA became the first home care company to earn B Corps certification. Certified B Corps make a public commitment to considering the impact of their decisions on their employees, suppliers, community, consumers, and environment.
PRINCIPLES DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:
Ensures that CHCA financial records are accurate, complete, and produced in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).
Generates financial reports for Board, employees and worker-owners.
Establishes and monitors internal controls for the Finance Department.
Reviews financial information to ensure that the organizational resources are allocated efficiently.
Utilize Accounting software (FUND-EZ) and Basic Pay payroll software in performance of job.
Serves as a liaison for external financial institutions; providing them with financial reports when necessary.
Oversees the Payroll function of the Finance department.
Participates in the development of goals, including financial profitability, quality jobs and quality care.
Works with VPF to prepare the organization’s operating, capital, and cash budgets.
Performs variance analysis and reports findings to the VPF.
Demonstrates commitment to CHCA’s philosophy and goals.
Ensures fulfillment of day to day operations of unit or department.
Establishes a professional, competent and supportive tone for the department which promotes and ensures respect and teamwork.
Conducts regular departmental meetings to obtain information from staff regarding the functioning of the department and to disseminate organizational or industry-relevant information.
Develops, reviews, revises and implements departmental policies and procedures in conjunction with others both inside and outside the department.
Participates in the New Employee Orientation Process.
Is a member of the Operations Team.
Continually enhances knowledge of department specific issues.
Seeks to build leadership/department skills.
College Degree, in business or accounting. CPA a plus.
Five years’ experience in accounting and payroll processing functions.
Minimum of three years Supervisory/Management experience
Strong command of Microsoft Office Suite and financial accounting software
Accuracy in financial calculations
Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Spanish a plus.
We offer a competitive salary, medical, dental and life insurance, long term disability, and pension benefits as well as an excellent working environment.
A WORKER-OWNED COMPANY
We are an equal opportunity employer. Qualified candidates who are interested must send their resume, with cover letter and salary history to the Human Resources Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 718-742-5707. No phone calls please.