Vice President of Finance National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) The Vice President of Finance is the primary individual responsible for the overall management and integrity of financial information and systems for the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) and The Roofing Alliance, its related foundation. Duties include timely completion of the annual audits and Form 990s; month-end closing process; daily operations of the department; management of others on the accounting and finance team; departmental staffing; financial statements and analysis; financial policies and procedures (in conformity with GAAP and NRCA policy); internal controls; revenue recognition; general ledger activity; accounts payable/receivable; and compliance. Reporting to the CEO, the Vice President of Finance will drive the financial reporting and budgeting process, benchmarking and process improvement. The ideal candidate embraces a growth mindset with an inner desire to strive for excellence. Telecommuting three to four days per week is possible. Limited travel of three to four trips per year is required. Duties and Responsibilities • Manage accounting and finance department team to ensure smooth daily operations. • Work with pertinent association staff and department-budget owners to accurately prepare and monitor budgets and forecasts for the association’s Budget and Finance Committee, Executive Committee and Board of Directors. • Ensure all financial operations comply with federal and state laws. • Guide financial decisions by establishing, monitoring, and enforcing policies and procedures; oversee internal controls to ensure GAAP compliance. • Coordinate all internal and external financial reporting, including budgets, financial statements, tax returns, etc. • Manage preparation of internal financial statements, prepare timely and relevant financial analysis, and provide financial reporting to association volunteer and staff leaders. • Manage the annual audit process to achieve a clean opinion and builds strong working relationship with auditors by providing exceptional support. • Work closely with NRCA’s investment adviser and Investment Committee, overseeing the association’s long-term financial investments. • Work closely with the association’s retirement plan advisers and TPA for staff’s 401(k) plan and sponsored retirement program for NRCA members. • Work closely with the association’s Director of Human Resources. • Mentor and manage direct reports to achieve high levels of performance; provide coaching and appraisal of performance.
Leadership Competencies • Accountability: Effectively manages own work and the work of the accounting and finance team, ensuring delivery of high-quality work. • Communication: Uses effective written and oral communication; demonstrates empathy and listening. Exhibits high degree of comfort with public speaking. • Critical Thinking: Consistently identifies, gathers and applies relevant information to the work at hand. • Growth Mindset: Views growth as important for personal and professional development; seeks opportunities to expand skills. • Development Planning: Breaks down projects and tasks into process steps while considering appropriate stakeholders, and executes them effectively, adjusting timelines and prioritizing as necessary. • Strategic Thinking: Considers the future of the organization proactively and responsively; weighs diverse inputs to inform strategies; identifies innovative opportunities when relevant. Qualifications and Skills • Executive-level leadership. • High emotional intelligence with a talent for building relationships of high trust and respect. • Excellent problem- s o l v i n g skills and the ability to exercise sound judgment and make decisions based on accurate, timely analysis. • Ability to explain financial terms simply. • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, confidentiality and a commitment to NRCA's members and mission. • Exceptional written and oral communication skills and the ability to confidently present and encourage ideas and feedback from a diverse range of stakeholders. • Ability to leverage partnerships and working relationships within and outside the organization. Education and Work Experience • Bachelor's degree in accounting, business or finance required, as well as CPA designation. • At least seven years of accounting and tax experience within the nonprofit industry. Minimum of five years in a supervisory capacity, preferably a similar position. • Broad knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles, legislation, taxation and regulations concerning nonprofit reporting. Must have a strong understanding of computer systems and concepts as they relate to financial management. Hands-on experience with accounting and financial management software (NRCA uses Sage Intacct, NetForum and QuickBooks). Expertise in Microsoft Excel and working knowledge of PowerPoint and Microsoft Word. • Deep experience developing and managing a budget, revenue forecasting and expense management. • Experience developing and managing financial and accounting policies and practices as they relate to nonprofits with emphasis on 501(c) 6 and 501(c) 3. About National Roofing Contractors Association Since 1886, the National Roofing Contractors Association has been the home for generations of entrepreneurial craftsmen and enterprises who shelter and protect America's families and businesses and each other. NRCA is one of the construction industry's most respected trade associations and the voice of roofing professionals and leading authority in the roofing industry for information, education, technology and advocacy. It represents all segments of the roofing industry, including contractors; manufacturers; distributors; architects; consultants; engineers; building owners; and city, state and government agencies.
Since 1886, the National Roofing Contractors Association has been the home for generations of entrepreneurial craftsmen and enterprises who shelter and protect America's families and businesses and each other.
NRCA is one of the construction industry's most respected trade associations and the voice of roofing professionals and leading authority in the roofing industry for information, education, technology and advocacy. It represents all segments of the roofing industry, 3,600 members including contractors; manufacturers; distributors; architects; consultants; engineers; building owners; and city, state and government agencies.
Staff of 57 full-time employees. Benefits include health, dental and vision insurance, 401k and 401k profit sharing, Paid vacation and sick time.