Position Opening: Financial and Business Manager
at Allen Neighborhood Center
We are seeking a dedicated, high-capacity
and entrepreneurial person to oversee financial operations of Allen
Neighborhood Center. The position is supervised by the Executive Director and
reports to the Director and the Board. This position blends traditional
financial management (e.g., bookkeeping; payroll; grants management; creating,
managing and analyzing budgets) with helping to manage, monitor, and grow the
social enterprises operated by Allen Neighborhood Center (farmers market,
Exchange, Veggie Box, Incubator Kitchens, etc.)
- Perform all
bookkeeping tasks, including all check writing and bank deposits, for general
operations and for program-specific activities.
budgeting and financial forecasting for ANC and its programs.
of monthly and annual financial reporting materials for ANC administration and
Board of Directors.
- Prepare and oversee ANC payroll,
including paychecks, payroll tax and withholding payments, health insurance, and
all reporting (941s, W-2s, 1099s, etc.).
- Prepare budgets, invoices, and
financial reports for all grants received by ANC.
- Analyze costs, income, and actual
performance compared to business plans.
internal controls, prepare for annual independent audit, coordinate audit-related
activities and follow up.
- Serve as a resource and support for other ANC staff in
development of business plans, marketing strategy, and monitoring systems in
areas of current and potential earned revenue across the organization.
- Other financial management duties as assigned by the
Executive Director to assist in financial oversight of the organization.
candidates will exhibit the following:
in bookkeeping, budget development, payroll management.
in business planning and business operations.
ability to conduct extensive tracking & documentation of data & budget.
schooling and/or 3-5 years minimum of experiential knowledge in
- Ability to juggle multiple projects simultaneously and
follow through with details.
communicator (oral, written) and comfortable communicating in person, by phone,
and email; superior relationship skills and follow through.
flexibility, resourcefulness, and positive thinking.
working in teams, including teams of staff, volunteers, and partners.
in nonprofit and community-based organizations a plus.
in food systems work a plus.
in QuickBooks or other finance software a plus.
for ANC’s mission and work a must.
given to Lansing Eastside residents.
Date: No later than April 1, 2018. Compensation commensurate with experience
and training. Retirement benefit and health insurance included.
To apply: Send resume & cover
letter, complete with reference contact information, to Joan Nelson, Executive
Director at [log in to unmask]org by February 28, 2018. Call Joan at
517-999-3912 with questions.
ANC is an Equal Opportunity Employer
and does not discriminate against potential employees based on race, creed,
age, color, disability, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual
orientation or marital status.
About Allen Neighborhood Center
1999, Allen Neighborhood Center (ANC) is a dynamic, non-profit community
development organization serving the northeast quadrant of Lansing, MI, called
the ‘Eastside.’ The Center takes a comprehensive and integrative approach to
community development, working simultaneously on food security and food access,
health education, housing improvement, commercial corridor revitalization, and
social capital building. A place-based organization with deep roots in the
neighborhood, we work collaboratively with a broad array of regional partners
and organizations that share our comprehensive agenda.
Joan Nelson, Director
Allen Neighborhood Center
1611 E. Kalamazoo St., Lansing, MI 48912
517-999-3912 (direct dial)