Senior Director, International Finance (SrDIF)
About the organization
We are a family of organizations who believes that those who were born into impossible circumstances deserve the possibility of a better life.
Our dedicated experts around the globe work together to bring life-saving aid and long-term hope to even the most fragile corners of the world and in the most challenging of circumstances. We connect disciplines, approaches and people because we know that the more collaboration we can efficiently achieve, the wider, more systemic impact we can create.
It’s belief and action, in harmony.
The Senior Director of International Finance (SrDIF) is responsible for the overall financial management and compliance of Corus International's international operation's activities. Responsibilities include the management of international accounting operations, international treasury services, management, and donor reporting, budget processes, financial analysis and forecasting, direct support for the New Business Development unit, and the development and oversight of compliance and financial management systems, procedures, and internal controls required for international operations. The position also ensures compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), applicable regulatory requirements, specific donor requirements, and internal policies and procedures. The SrDIF is responsible for ensuring the integrity of Corus' overall and individual (e.g., LWR, IMA, IMAi, etc.) general ledgers related to international activities.
As a key leader within the organization, the SrDIF provides innovative solutions for Corus' emerging financial management needs, as well as timely strategic decision support for the Leadership Team, Board of Directors, International Program Department, and other stakeholders. The position provides staff support as required to the Audit and Risk and Finance Committees of the Board.
Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting or related field; CPA/CMA/CA and/or Master's degree preferred.
A minimum of 10 years of work experience, including 5 years of supervisory experience.
Fluency in Spanish or French highly desired.
Knowledge of U.S. accounting standards for non-profit organizations.
Demonstrated excellence in finance, accounting, budgeting, control, and reporting.
Abila MIP experience or related accounting software.
Experience with financial and accounting systems; highly skilled in MS Excel.
Strong financial modeling, budgeting, and analytical skills utilizing advanced Excel techniques.
Knowledge of U.S. Government regulations and project management experience.
Experience working with various non-USG public donors (e.g., World Bank, DFID).
Advanced knowledge of accounting principles for international nonprofits.
Strong analytical, problem solving, and presentation skills.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office, budgeting and financial reporting packages.
Ability to travel up 30 percent of his/her time, possibly to remote regions which may include adverse conditions and/or disaster zones. Ability to withstand extremes of temperature and altitude.
Excellent skills in the design and maintenance of financial management systems, internal controls, finance policies, and procedures development, and business planning and analysis.
Equal Opportunity Employment
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