Why work at Aldea? • Experience in a state of the art Council on Accreditation (COA) agency to ensure best practices and high quality services. • Be part of a team of passionate, collaborative, and dedicated professionals where staff input is highly valued. • Enriching training opportunities including potential for leadership development program participation and promotion.
What does Aldea have to offer? • A flexible work schedule that promotes the importance of work-life balance • 14 Holidays • Vacation accrue 15 days first year, up to 30 days per year based on length of service • Excellent benefits package to meet the needs of staff and their families including medical coverage (Aldea pays your deductible!) and dental, vision, life insurance and EAP at no cost to employees! • Company cell phone to promote separation of work and home life • Generous retirement up to 5% employer match contributions after 6 months of service (includes free Financial Planning)
Working closely with the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), the Controller will be responsible for the accounting operations of the Organization, including preparation of periodic financial reports, preparation of annual budgets, coordinating annual audits and preparing financial analyses in support program operations.
Essential Duties: 1. Lead accounting function, including detailed cost allocations in support of contract requirements. Oversee and document cost allocation methodology in compliance with Super Circular and contract requirements. 2. Supervise senior accountant, accounts receivable and accounts payable staff. 3. Collaborate with payroll personnel in Human Resources. 4. Collaborate with other Administration managers. 5. Prepare and/or review monthly closing entries. 6. Prepare and/or review account analysis. 7. Prepare accurate and timely monthly financial statements for senior management and periodically draft financial package for the Finance Committee. Prepare related analyses and reports as required. 8. Prepare and/or review Actual vs Budget monthly reports and additional analyses for the Chief Program Officer and Program Directors. Meet with them monthly to answer questions and provide additional information as requested. 9. Lead preparation of annual budget. 10. Prepare or assist with budgets and other financial materials in support of Grant and RFP requests, contract renewals and reporting requirements.
Qualifications: 1. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or equivalent. 2. CPA or MBA a plus. 3. Minimum five years’ experience in a position preparing financial reports, monthly and year end closing journal entries, account analyses and other financial analyses. 4. Knowledgeable on generally accepted accounting principles and federal cost allocation guidelines (Super Circular), especially staff time allocations. 5. Experience in Behavioral Health Services and/or Social Services a plus. 6. Experience supervising and reviewing the work of accounting clerks. 7. Technical - working knowledge of mid-level accounting software, Abila/MIP Fund Accounting a plus, Microsoft Office 365, Outlook. Experience in an Exchange Server based network environment also a plus. 8. Willingness to collaborate with fiscal and other administrative team members and to accept and follow instructions.
Our mission is to improve lives and create bright futures for people we serve by providing professional mental health, child welfare and support services in a manner that respects the dignity and individuality of each person.
Our vision is that all people we serve will achieve emotional wellness and become engaged members of the community, despite past abuse or emotional challenges.
Our values are client-centered, excellence in service quality, staff diversity and team collaboration.
We operate programs out of three main offices and outpatient therapy clinics in Napa and Solano counties as well as through co-locations at more than 30 schools, primary healthcare facilities, and community-based organizations.