Chief Finance and Operations Officer

The Everglades Foundation’s commitment to restore and protect the Everglades is driven by science. Founded in 1993 by two outdoor enthusiasts — the late George Barley and Paul Tudor Jones II — The Everglades Foundation works energetically and with a sense of urgency to bring people together and provide a powerful voice for Everglades restoration at the state and national levels. The Everglades Foundation is now seeking a strategic leader to be their Chief Finance & Operations Officer (CF&OO).

The Everglades Foundation supports the science and public funding efforts needed to restore and protect America’s Everglades. The Everglades Foundation is dedicated to restoring and protecting one of the world’s unique natural ecosystems — providing economic, recreational, and life-sustaining benefits to millions of people who depend on its future health. The ecosystem is home to 2,000 species of beautiful and fascinating wading birds, mammals, fishes, reptiles, amphibians and plants. It is home to 78 threatened or endangered species, provides freshwater to nine million Floridians and is an international destination. However, America’s Everglades is on life support. More than 100 years of ditching and draining have reduced the wetland to half its original size; its wading bird population has diminished by 90%; and pollution and other impacts have harmed much of the remaining ecosystem resulting in toxic algae outbreaks and regional environmental and economic loss.

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer and serving as an integral member of the Executive Leadership Team, the Chief Finance & Operations Officer (CF&OO) is responsible for overseeing the Foundation’s financial interests and day-to-day operations. The CF&OO will assist the Foundation’s Chief Executive Officer, Chief Programs Officer, and Vice President of Development with high-level organizational decisions and strategy. The CF&OO is responsible for the Foundation’s fiscal activities, including annual budgeting, planning, reporting, and auditing; and will identify and address financial risks and opportunities, supervise financial reporting and departmental budgeting, evaluate financial activities for efficiency and effectiveness, and coordinate with the CEO and Executive Leadership team in the implementation of the Foundation’s Strategic Plan. Additionally, the CF&OO will oversee administrative staff to effectively meet the administrative and operational needs of the organization and to maximize productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness.

The new CF&OO will come to the role with a distinguished record of advanced leadership in finance and administration, as well as demonstrated successes in meeting (or exceeding) strategic goals and objectives, in not-for-profits or a similarly complex organizational setting. The CF&OO will be a superb communicator with exceptional analytical skills who works collaboratively with colleagues; understands and respects shared governance; and advances an environment of inclusive decision-making, as well as show understanding of the importance of the educational philosophy and mission while addressing financial challenges. A demonstrated ability to work with diverse communities is required. A nuanced understanding of emerging needs and trends in finance and investments is highly desirable.

The CF&OO can be based in Miami or elsewhere in South Florida, with a strong commitment to spending significant time in the Palmetto Bay office, a suburb of Miami. The Foundation’s new CF&OO will have the opportunity to play a key role in the Foundation’s evolution to national and international prominence for its critical and cutting-edge scientific research and education programs dedicated to ensuring a strong and secure future for America’s Everglades. As the leading voice in Everglades restoration, The Everglades Foundation is a responsible employer that seeks to recruit and retain outstanding, high-performing professionals who are at the top of their fields, to thrive in a dynamic, mission-driven culture committed to excellence, innovation, collaboration, and diversity. Additional information, including a leadership profile can be found at

Inquiries, nominations and applications are invited. The search process is currently underway and will continue until the position is filled. Application materials should be submitted using WittKieffer’s candidate portal. Nominations and inquiries can be directed to Mercedes Chacón Vance and Jessica Herrington at

The Foundation is an equal opportunity employer. Employment decisions with respect to employees, vendors, or contractors shall be based on merit, qualifications, and competence. Employment decisions and practices shall not be influenced or affected by an applicant’s or employee’s race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital status, disability, veteran’s status, or any other category protected by law.

This policy governs all aspects of employment, promotion, compensation, assignment, termination, and other terms and conditions of employment. The Foundation is committed to understanding, valuing, and incorporating diversity within the organization. Diversity enriches the performance and service to partners and donors.

Board Directors and Committee Members – Finance

The Ten Thousand Villages Pittsburgh Board of Directors is currently accepting applications from candidates with expertise in Finance and/or Accounting. Experience with QuickBooks is helpful, but not required.
As one of the world’s oldest and largest fair trade organizations, Ten Thousand Villages has spent more than 60 years cultivating trading relationships in which artisans receive a fair price for their work and consumers have access to distinctive handcrafted items. Ten Thousand Villages establishes long-term buying relationships in places where skilled artisans are under- or unemployed, and in which they lack other opportunities for income. A founding member of the World Fair Trade Organization, Ten Thousand Villages sees fair trade as an alternative approach to conventional international trade.

Ten Thousand Villages Pittsburgh is an independent nonprofit that sells Ten Thousand Villages products and shares the company name, but the Pittsburgh board operates separately of corporate Ten Thousand Villages leadership. In addition to governance, the board is also heavily involved in many aspects of operations, including managing bank accounts, approving expenses, creating the annual budget, devising policies, implementing advertising and marketing plans, organizing events, pursuing grant opportunities, and more.

The full Board meets on the third Wednesday of every month (except July and December) at 6:30PM at the store located at 5820 Forbes Ave in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood. Committees meet as needed. Terms are three years and directors are not required to make financial contributions.

To apply, please submit your resume to

Board Treasurer

Senior Hearts Rescue and Renewal (SHRR)  is an all volunteer 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to save the lives of senior dogs through a proven renewal and placement process, giving our seniors a high quality of life in loving homes. Founded in 2016, SHHR has saved over 570 senior dogs and placed over 515 in loving homes.

SHRR is seeking a working Board Treasurer who can lead the organization in financial management and oversight, including establishing procedures, and perform day-to-day financial duties for SHRR.

An ideal Board Treasurer will have an entrepreneurial spirit, organizational skills, ability to communicate both written and verbally to corporate decision makers and private individuals, ability to work toward seeking consensus on group decisions, an awareness of the importance of open communication amongst board members, ability to adhere to board decisions and protocol, and a strong desire to build the infrastructure of the organization by development of processes, programs, and resources while advancing our mission with a passion for senior dogs.

Serving on our board is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual who is passionate about SHRR’s mission and who has a track record of leadership and accomplishments in business, government, philanthropy, or the nonprofit sector. Prior history of serving on a board is desirable. Ideal candidates will have success in a fast paced work or volunteer environment,  savvy diplomatic skills, affinity for cultivating relationships, understanding of our vision and mission, and a passion for saving the lives of senior dogs.

More details can be found at

Senior Accountant

The Senior Accountant for Macedonia Family and Community Enrichment Center is an exciting opportunity to join an organization committed to living out its mission by supporting families in the community. This is an ideal role for the candidate who would thrive as a focal point for the financial reporting of our Agency’s financial statements. The ideal candidate has strong critical thinking skills and is independently motivated.

The Senior Accountant will assist the CEO of our non-profit organization to evaluate financial organization performance with regard to long-term operational goals, budgets, and forecasts. Reporting to the CEO, this position provides the day to day management for the overall accounting department to include areas such as payroll, grant report entry, and organizational and program budget assistance.

Additional Responsibilities include:

  • Prepare and present monthly financial budgeting reports including monthly profit and loss, forecast vs. budget, and weekly cash flow by program.
  • Assist with the process and oversight of grant management.
  • Manage the Accounting Department to ensure the proper functioning of all systems, databases, and financial software; ensure regular maintenance and backup of all systems.
  • Implement process and software improvements and automation; collaborate with IT to identify, acquire, and implement software to provide critical financial and operational information and reporting.
  • Review and ensure application of appropriate internal controls, SOX compliance, and financial procedures.
  • Ensure timeliness, accuracy of financial and management reporting data for CEO and Board of Directors.
  • Review all month-end closing activities including general ledger accounts, balance sheet accounts, and overhead cost allocation.
  • Serve as a key point of contact for external auditors.
  • Remain current on audit best practices as well as state, federal, and local laws regarding the organization’s operations.

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance; MBA or CPA preferred
  • Previous experience managing diverse revenue streams and grant processes, preferably in a nonprofit organization
  • Five  (5) plus years accounting or finance experience with a minimum three (3) years supervising staff
  • Demonstrated leadership ability and management presence
  • Ability to support the organization’s mission along with sensitivity of cultural and workplace harmony
  • Outstanding knowledge and understanding of GAAP, IFRS, and SEC reporting
  • Significant experience working with external auditors, internal controls, and compliance related issues
  • Experience with NetSuite or other nonprofit accounting software
  • Background coordinating with IT staff to manage and/or upgrade accounting systems; systems implementation experience preferred
  • Previous Electronic Health Records Systems and Microsoft Office experience
  • Outstanding communication and presentation skills
  • Excellent analytical, reasoning, and problem-solving skills, along with detail-orientation

Because Macedonia FACE serves medically vulnerable consumers COVID-19 vaccination is required. Proof of vaccination is required within 45 days of hire. The company will consider accommodations for disability- and religious-based reasons.

Director of Finance


Bebashi has been helping people since 1985. Bebashi’s mission is to empower Black and brown people to enhance the quality of their health and overall well-being by providing access to culturally sensitive high-quality healthcare, HIV/AIDS services, health education, and social services.

Job Summary

Bebashi – Transition to Hope, a multi-purpose health and social services agency, is seeking a relational and strategy-oriented Director of Finance to join our team. We provide culturally sensitive health-related information, direct services, education, research, and technical assistance to reduce and eliminate HIV/AIDS as well as other health disparities, such as breast cancer and hunger, within the urban community of Philadelphia and its vicinity. Our mission is to empower people, especially those in the Black, brown, and LGBTQ+ communities, to enhance the quality of their health and overall wellbeing.

The Director of Finance will play a critical role on our leadership team, and will serve as a thought partner to our Executive Director on long-term strategy. You will be responsible for fiscal planning and operations, which includes accounting, budgeting, medical billing, business planning and administration. This is a key role, not only for keeping our accounting highly organized and leading the Finance Team, but also for setting organization-wide financial strategy and ensuring all program teams are aligned under a common vision. Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to communicate complex financial information to all levels of staff and our Board of Directors, are highly valued.

Reports To

Executive Director


  • Create annual organizational budget in consultation with management
  • Report organization finances to Executive Director, Finance Committee and Board of Directors. Provide recommendations about resource utilization, fiscal operations and performance through policy, guidance and direct support
  • Supervise the general accounting function and accounting personnel, which includes accounts receivables, accounts payables, third party billing, and payroll
  • Work collaboratively across program teams to set a shared financial strategy, clearly communicate important financial information, and advocate for best practices
  • Responsible for short-term and long – term fiscal solvency of the agency through accurate forecasting and cash flow management; maximizing income where possible
  • Ensure documented practices and policies are implemented to ensure compliance in the following areas:
    • Tax and government regulations at the federal, state and local level
    • Private grants that may include monitoring contractual terms, generating reports, and responding to inquiries and audits
    • Adherence to statutory requirements of withholding payments of taxes, charitable status, etc.
    • Ensuring agency fiscal records are current and organized in accordance with legal and agency policies and procedures
    • Staying current on all financial management and accounting trends, laws, regulations and procedures
  • Oversight of organizational audits through the efficient management of the process with the independent auditor
  • Oversee the management of all leases, contracts and other financial commitments.
  • Manage our relationship with government agencies and our bank, which includes lines of credit and other financial commitments


  • Masters degree required. CPA or MBA with a degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Administration preferred
  • 10+ years of finance and accounting experience. Prior experience leading a finance team preferred
  • Familiarity with a not-for-profit environment and the associated federal guidelines on budgeting and finance, with the ability to navigate changing laws and regulations
  • Prior experience within healthcare or medical billing is a plus
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills, with the ability to communicate financial information to all levels of staff and management
  • The ability to bring different units and program teams under a shared financial vision
  • Strong long-term planning ability as Bebashi continues to expand its operations and provide more services
  • Enthusiastic commitment to empowering Black, brown, and LGBTQ+ communities


$95,000 – $125,000


ORGANIZATION: Partners For Quality Inc.
POSITION: Controller
STATUS: Full Time; 37.5 hours / week
HOURS: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday
LOCATION: Robinson Township
SALARY: Please submit salary request with resume and /or application submission

Partners For Quality Inc. (PFQ) is a private, non-profit organization based in Robinson Township. Partners For Quality provides administrative management to five subsidiary organizations that support local individuals with intellectual & developmental disabilities and behavioral health challenges. PFQ’s management services include Fiscal (including payroll), HR, IT and Communications – thus allowing subsidiaries to focus on their day-to-day priorities. Our subsidiaries include Allegheny Children’s Initiative, Citizen Care, Exceptional Adventures, Milestone Centers and the Partners For Quality Foundation.  Through these subsidiaries, we provide community-based supports and services to 5,000 adults and children with intellectual disabilities and behavioral health challenges in Allegheny County.

The Controller is responsible to the Chief Financial Officer for the financial related duties of Partners For Quality and all subsidiary divisions. Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Responsible for all County contract processes for all subsidiaries
  • Assist with corporate insurance renewals
  • Responsible for journal entries for all corporations
  • Assist with annual budget preparation for all corporations
  • Assist with preparation of financial statements and analysis
  • Oversee Fiscal Department Staff as assigned
  • Maintenance of accounting policies and procedures
  • Assist with all external audits
  • Understanding and compliance with GAAP and all Agency Policies and Procedures


  1. Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance
  2. Minimum 5 years accounting experience
  3. Minimum 2 years of supervisory experience
  4. Excellent computer skills in accounting software
  5. Advance knowledge of Excel
  6. Experience with Electronic Health Records
  7. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
  8. Excellent references, both professional and personal
  9. Valid Driver’s License
  10. Act 33, 34 and FBI Clearances


Please submit salary request with resume and /or application submission


Employees have the opportunity to earn additional money through various incentive programs:

  • $1,000 Employee Referral (for successfully referring someone to employment)


Full Time employees enjoy a comprehensive benefits package:

  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurances (United Healthcare)
  • $1,200 cash payout option in lieu of Health Insurance coverage
  • Healthcare Flexible Spending Account
  • Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
  • 16 to 26 Paid Days Off / year
  • 6 Paid Sick days / Year
  • 7 Paid Holidays
  • Short Term Disability
  • Life Insurance
  • Optional 401(k) with Employer match


  • Free parking
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Employee Activities, Rewards and Recognition Programs
  • Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program
  • Cell Phone discount (Verizon)


Interested applicants can choose to apply in any of the following ways:

  • Complete an employment application online
  • Email resumes:
  • Fax resumes: 412-446-0749
  • Drop off resumes or apply in person: Partners For Quality, 250 Clever Road, McKees Rocks, PA 15136

If you need any assistance or require an accommodation to apply please contact us at 412-446-0700.


Partners For Quality and its family of agencies are an equal opportunity employer


Treasurer, Board of Directors 

Handmade Arcade seeks a Treasurer for its Board of Directors 

Position: Board of Directors Treasurer (Volunteer)


Mission: Handmade Arcade celebrates the cutting edge of craft by connecting creators and consumers through making, sharing, and learning.

After 13 years as the Pittsburgh region’s largest independent craft fair, Handmade Arcade became a nonprofit organization in 2017. Over the past four years, its growth has been largely supported by a small, working board. The organization is about to undergo its first formal strategic planning process and is looking to fill the position of its board treasurer, whose term is expiring.

Time Commitment and Expectations: 

  • One full term of three years (optional opt-in for a second term)
  • Attend at least 75% of 6 total board meetings, which are held on the third Thursday of every other month
  • Participate in finance committee meetings, which are held on an as-needed basis throughout the year
  • Make a personal financial contribution of any amount that is meaningful to you
  • Actively participate in fundraising activities

Position Summary: 

The Treasurer reports to the Board the ongoing financial viability and stability of the Handmade Arcade (HA) while monitoring its financial information.

The Treasurer works with the executive director, board finance committee, and contracted bookkeepers (YourCFO) to oversee the organization’s annual Operating Budget.

Essential Functions:

  • Reconciling monthly bank statements (the organization has an operating budget of approximately $145,000 and processes anywhere from 20 to 60 transactions per month)
  • Co-signer on the HA business banking account
  • Responsible for signing paychecks to staff and checks over $5,000 to contractors
  • Monitor association financial information monthly, quarterly, and annually; understand HA financial information and work in partnership with the ED.
  • Assist Board members in understanding financial data and appropriate interpretation of financial statements.
  • Interpret and present HA’s financial position at board meetings based on statements prepared in advance by contracted bookkeepers.
  • Work with ED, finance committee, and bookkeepers to create and present a yearly budget for board approval

A list of Handmade Arcade’s current board of directors can be viewed here, and our current board member agreement can be viewed here.

To apply, please submit your resume and a brief letter of interest sharing why you’d like to volunteer for Handmade Arcade to Tricia Brancolini-Foley at by Monday, August 2, 2021.

Executive Director


The Executive Director is the key manager of Sage’s Army, Inc. and reports directly to the Board of Directors. The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs, and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

Board Governance: Works with the Board in order to fulfill the organization mission.

  • Responsible for leading Sage’s Army, Inc. in a manner that supports and guides the organization’s mission as defined by the Board of Directors.
  • Responsible for communicating effectively with the Board and providing, in a timely and accurate manner, all information necessary for the Board to function properly and to make informed decisions.

Financial Performance and Viability: Develops resources sufficient to ensure the financial health of the organization. These duties are performed under the direction from the Board Treasurer.

  • Responsible for the fiscal integrity of Sage’s Army, Inc. to include submission to the Board of a proposed annual budget and monthly financial statements, which accurately reflect the financial condition of the organization.
  • Responsible for the fiscal management that generally anticipates operating within the approved budget, ensures maximum resource utilization, and maintenance of the organization in a positive financial position.
  • Responsible for fundraising and developing other resources necessary to support Sage’s Army’s mission.

Organization Mission and Strategy: Works with the Board and staff to ensure that the mission is fulfilled through programs, strategic planning, and community outreach.

  • Responsible for implementation of Sage’s Army’s programs that carry out the organization’s mission.
  • Responsible for strategic planning to ensure that Sage’s Army can successfully fulfill its mission into the future.
  • Responsible for the enhancement of Sage’s Army’s image by being active and visible in the community and by working closely with other professional, civic, and private organizations.

Organization Operations: Oversees and implements appropriate resources to ensure that the operations of the organization are appropriate.

  • Responsible for effective administration of Sage’s Army operations.
  • Responsible for the hiring and retention of competent, qualified staff.
  • Responsible for signing all notes, agreements, and other instruments made and entered into and on behalf of the organization.
  • Additional responsibilities & duties as assigned by the Board of Directors.


To perform this position successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and /or ability required.

  • Transparent and high integrity leadership
  • Five or more years of nonprofit experience
  • Experience in the Substance Use Disorder (SUD) / Addiction Recovery field highly preferable
  • Solid, hands-on, budget management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision-making and reporting
  • Strong organizational abilities including planning, delegating, program development and task facilitation
  • Ability to convey a vision of Sage’s Army’s strategic future to staff, board, volunteers and donors
  • Knowledge of fundraising strategies and donor relations unique to nonprofit sector
  • Skills to collaborate with and motivate board members and other volunteers
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to interface and engage diverse volunteer and donor groups
  • Demonstrated ability to oversee and collaborate with staff


The Accountant is responsible for various accounting and administrative functions that support the agency’s programs.  The primary duties and responsibilities are:

  • Manages the accounting operations of the organization including budgeting, auditing, payroll, accounts payable and receivable, general ledger and financial reporting in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and internal policies and procedures.
  • Oversees development and implementation of financial systems.
  • Interprets financial reports to management and board.

Qualifications for this position include:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience preferably including non-profit organizations
  • Proficiency in QuickBooks, Microsoft Excel, Word
  • Working knowledge of outside payroll providers
  • Passion for agency’s non-profit mission

Reports to Executive Director.  Full time status.  Salary range $43,000 – $50,000.

Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter to by July 23, 2021.

Director, Product Program

Office Location: Position can be located in one of our offices – Pittsburgh, Edinboro, Greensburg or Johnstown

Girl Scouts is the preeminent leadership development organization for girls in kindergarten through twelfth grade, and our mission is to build girls of courage, confidence, and character. At Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania, we’re committed to providing every girl the chance to practice a lifetime of leadership, adventure, and success.

We are looking for a champion of female entrepreneurship to join our team as Director, Product Program.  In this rewarding and fast-paced career, you’ll help more girls in western PA learn real-world business skills through participation in the iconic Girl Scout Cookie Program and fall product sale (MagNut).

Essential Functions:

  • Accountable for planning, evaluating, and implementing the annual sales drive for the annual fall product and Girl Scout Cookie programs;
  • Develop implementation and growth strategies for the product programs to reach council goals;
  • Create and manage the operating budget for the department;
  • Leverage resources and expert guidance from our product vendors to encourage girl participation;
  • Create engaging training programs that foster volunteer and family support for girls participating in product programs in collaboration with the Adult Development team;
  • Partner with our MarComm team on exciting campaigns and new sales strategies;
  • Review and analyze sales data to forecast revenue and inventory related to product programs;
  • Direct, supervise and support the product program team;


  • Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, finance or related field, or equivalent professional experience;
  • Minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience;
  • Aptitude for financial reporting and data analysis;
  • Top notch communicator – writes well, confidently presents to groups, facilitates effective two-way communications, and communicates in a manner appropriate for the audience, including vendors, youth, volunteers, staff;
  • Ability to work and maintain a flexible schedule; frequent evenings and weekends and irregular hours during campaigns is required;
  • Proven management and supervisory experience, with the ability to coach and motivate staff and volunteers;
  • Ability to work independently, manage multiple projects and meet deadlines;
  • Strong computer skills in Microsoft Office, Outlook and willingness and ability to learn new systems;
  • Working knowledge of Salesforce a plus;
  • Must possess a can-do mentality, be responsible, and be a lifelong learner;
  • Must be organized, detail orientated, and customer focused;
  • Have reliable transportation and be able to travel throughout assigned area and western PA;


Submit cover letter, resume and salary requirements to