Points of Light is seeking a bright and experienced individual with a strong accounting background to join our finance team as Controller. The Controller works with the CFO to ensure internal controls and accuracy in all aspects of financial management for a $25 million annual operating budget including accounting, internal and external reporting, audits, monitoring of cash flow, all banking functions and other requirements specific to non-profit accounting. This position requires a conceptual understanding and professional experience in non-profit accounting practices in order to work on complex assignments with a high degree of independence.
The Director of Strategic Initiatives is a strategic level project manager bridging internal stakeholders and functions to deliver results for priority organizational goals. This person focuses on coordination and implementation and works closely with senior leaders and the CEO to frame the work, determine success indicators, ensure accountability lines, facilitate meetings, track budgets and milestones, and produce updates and summaries for executive audiences.
Reporting to the CEO and serving as an integral member of the senior management team, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for the development and implementation of POL’s financial management strategy in a way that builds credibility, trust and transparency with internal and external stakeholders. S/He ensures that the enterprise is sustained through strong internal systems, diversified funding, and a strategic and compelling position in the external world. S/He has direct responsibility for enterprise wide strategy, performance, and risk management. S/He assumes responsibility for all business functions associated with the smooth operation of a national organization operating in multiple locations.
ServiceWorks VISTA Program members will develop a youth service and employability training program to provide professional development, networking, and project management skills, ultimately increasing employability for young adults (16‐24 year‐olds) participating in the program. VISTAs will engage volunteers to support training provision, mentorship and long‐term program sustainability.