Tri-County Community Action Program, Inc.
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We are an Equal Opportunity Employer

  

  •  Chief Financial Officer for Tri-County CAP in Berlin. Responsible for the overall financial management and financial records of TCCAP.  The CFO will work with the CEO to ensure the financial strength and stability of the organization.  The CFO is responsible for ensuring TCCAP finances are properly managed and maintained consistent with the financial standards set by the organization and generally accepted accounting principles in the United States and for ensuring that the requirements of investors, funders and contracting agencies are met.

     
    Requirements:
    • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree with emphasis in accounting or business management or similar course work, advanced degree a plus;

    • Five years experience as an accounting manager or controller, including experience with federal grants, reporting and regulations;

    • Working knowledge of the accounting procedures of a non-profit organization;

    • Certified Public Accountant (CPA) certification preferred;

    • Ability to develop, maintain and produce all aspects of financial statements and reports for a non-profit organization using typical practices and disciplines regarding unrestricted, temporarily restricted, and restricted funds. 

    • Must demonstrate sound knowledge of business and non-profit administration practices and procedures. 

    • Must have experience in budgeting, budget analysis, general ledger, payroll, and benefits administration. 

    • Knowledge of federal and state employment regulations, programs, and practices.

    • Must demonstrate strong oral and written communication skills; the ability to exercise sound judgment and initiative in solving problems; the ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with employees, board members and the public; and the ability to work with computers and computer software, especially accounting software and spreadsheets.

    • Knowledge of accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America. 

    • Must demonstrate ability to monitor and maintain contractual agreements and grants, prepare clear and concise financial and non-financial reports establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work including agency staff, funders, contracting agencies, consultants, outside contractors and the general public. 

    Responsibilities:
    • Maintain the general ledger, accounts payable and receivable and fixed assets; oversee asset investments; reconciliation of accounts; prepare trial balance, cash flow analysis, and financial statements; prepare, analyze and monitor the annual operating budgets; prepare monthly and quarterly reports as needed; attend Board of Directors meetings as appropriate; maintain all records.

    • Prepare program and agency budgets in conjunction with the CEO and Program Directors.  Promote sound fiscal practices and leadership for operations including timely and thorough budgets, cost effective buying practices, and timely and thorough internal and external financial reporting and compliance.

    • Develop, document, implement, monitor, and update as necessary best practice nonprofit fund accounting procedures and practices for TCCAP.

    • Plan, direct, coordinate, implement and evaluate the fiscal performance review of each TCCAP Division and ensure compliance with grants, contracts, internal budgets, tax credit requirements and internal economic performance standards. 

    • Review cash flows for each division, monitor cash management practices, and monitor investments associated with each property.  Coordinate the development of budgets with division managers, and analyze budget compliance throughout the year for all TCCAP divisions and projects.

    • Supervise and communicate financial monitoring of existing contracts and projects to maintain financially viable and sustainable operations.

    • Monitor effects of changes in public laws, regulations and programs, risk management, contracts with third parties, and reporting requirements for TCCAP’s fiscal operations. 

    This position comes with a benefit package that includes health and vision insurance, paid leave time, and a 403B annuity plan. Salary is commensurate with experience.


    Contact: If this opportunity intrigues you, please send a letter of introduction and a résumé to: TCCAP CFO Search Committee, c/o Tri-County CAP, 30 Exchange Street, Berlin, NH 03570, or email same to phigbeetccap.org. 

 

  •  Human Resources Manager for Tri-County CAP in Berlin. Responsible for oversight of Human Resources functions including administration of the agency compensation plan; recruitment and selection; policy administration; classification and compensation issues; employee benefits administration; performance and evaluation activities; and administration of the agency’s employee records system in compliance with labor law and standard human resources practice.

    Position Responsibilities Include:

    • Oversees agency payroll function.

    • Administers benefits programs such as life, health, dental and disability insurances, pension plans, vacation, sick leave, leave of absence.

    • Develops and maintains Employee Handbook, Job Packets and Orientation Manual.

    • Ensures that all new employees are provided with job-appropriate orientation, including review of employee manual, benefits, employment policies, and leave procedures, as well as agency history and mission and contemporary activities.

    • Processes all medical and dental insurance and other benefit and employment paperwork.

    • Provides Division Directors with the necessary forms for staff review and evaluation as well as updated information regarding the personnel policies and procedures as this information becomes available and approved by senior management.

    • Keeps Senior Management informed of all actions taking place within the agency which may present problems of a legal nature for the agency in regards to compliance with the personnel policies and procedures and current employment law.

    • Assists managers with disciplinary issues.

    • Revises job descriptions as needed and requested by program directors.

    • Attends agency meetings/training sessions as requested.

    • Runs necessary reports on employee information.

    • Maintains confidentiality of all information concerning staff members, applicants and general public at all times.

    • Maintains high level of personal knowledge of all programs and activities of the agency.

     

    Education/Work Experience Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s degree with major in Human Resources/Personnel Administration, with five years’ work experience in Human Resources management.

     

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • Knowledge of current trends and practices of human resource administration; basic understanding of employee classification; compensation and benefits, recruitment, selection, training, and labor relations.

    • Good knowledge of human resources administration; equal employment opportunity/affirmative action concepts and legal requirements.

    • Strong computer skills particularly with databases and spreadsheets.

    • Ability to update job descriptions and prepare job announcements and advertisements.

    • Ability to carry out assigned projects to their completion.

    • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with applicants, employees, managers, and the general public.

    • Ability to maintain confidential and sensitive information.

    • Ability to understand and follow instructions.

    • Ability to work with people of various personality types.
       

    This position comes with a benefit package that includes health and vision insurance, paid leave time, and a 403B annuity plan. Salary is commensurate with experience.

     

    Contact: If this opportunity intrigues you, please send a letter of introduction and a résumé to: TCCAP HR Manager Search Committee, c/o Tri-County CAP, 30 Exchange Street, Berlin, NH 03570, or email same to phigbeetccap.org.

 

  •  Associate Teacher for Head Start in Lebanon. Applicant must currently have an Associates or Bachelors degree in ECE or be enrolled in a program leading to one of these credentials. Applicant must also currently have nine credits in ECE, 3 of which must be in Child Growth & Development. This is a full-time 35hrs/wk for a 37 wk/yr benefited position. Medical and dental benefits available after 90 days & paid school vacations and sick leave as accrued.


    Contact: If interested, please send a letter of introduction, transcripts and résumé to: Tri-County Head Start, 610 Sullivan St., Berlin NH 03570.

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Tri-County CAP has many opportunities for people who want to volunteer.

You can investigate volunteer opportunities by contacting our programs directly,
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