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MOCA is hiring for a business manager. Are you experienced in finance and business operations? Want to make a difference in the lives of women and families? Apply today if your skills match this position.

MOCA Mission and Purpose

Contribute and further MOCA’s mission:

  • To create awareness regarding early warning signs that may be indicative of ovarian cancer.
  • To create and promote resources for support, networking, and education for women diagnosed with ovarian cancer and their families.
  • To unite and educate individuals, the medical community, and organizations to achieve earlier diagnosis, better treatment and a cure for ovarian cancer.
  • To advance ovarian cancer research toward earlier diagnosis, better treatment and a cure.

Key Responsibilities:

The Business Manager is responsible for operations and financial management of a small statewide nonprofit.  Areas of key responsibilities include bookkeeping, human resources, building and office systems management.  Position will perform other duties as assigned.

Financial Management

Manages all financial and accounting activities.

  • Process accounts payable and receivable, bi-monthly payroll, expense reimbursement, and contractor pay.
  • Process all forms of donations and work with other office staff to track donation restrictions and financial reporting.
  • Provide monthly financial reports to the executive director and board of directors.
  • Work with staff and management to develop annual budgets.
  • Work with an external firm to coordinate annual filings and audit.
  • Develop financial policies and procedures and direct their implementation, ensuring a segregation of duties and a proper system of internal controls.
  • Work with staff and management to develop budgets and prepare financial reports.
  • Maintain relationships and appropriate documentation with banks, brokerage firms, and other financial institutions with which MOCA does business.
  • Comply with required filings by local, state and federal agencies for agency licensure and management, including sales tax and other tax compliance issues.

Office Management

  • General building management: serve as the organizational contact for the physical building and relationships with indoor and outdoor service contractors.
  • Manage office systems including phones, computers, copiers, etc.
  • Establish and manage vendor accounts and relationships with office suppliers.

Human Resources

  • Manage benefits administration for staff, working with providers and brokers, including annual enrollment.
  • Manage onboarding and offboarding and status changes for staff and contractors.

Other

The Business Manager is assisted by and supervises the Office and Membership Coordinator.

  • Support for event planning and execution
    • Manage receipts of funds at MOCA events. Reconcile event income.
    • Track events budgets and report regularly to volunteer committees.
    • Manage gambling permit and raffle ticket sales.
  • Monitor charity watchdog ratings and renew submissions as required.

Qualifications

  • Three to five years’ experience managing operations of a small business or non-profit.
  • Three to five years nonprofit accounting/financial management experience desired.
  • B.A. in accounting, finance or business or nonprofit administration or equivalent experience.
  • Demonstrated ability to work on various computer software including QuickBooks Online and Excel.
  • Ability to work independently and take initiative.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

Salary and Benefits

This full-time position is benchmarked for a salary of $75,000-$80,000 per year with flexibility based on experience and qualifications.

Benefits:

  • Health insurance (80% for employees / 50% for employee +partners or dependents)
  • Dental insurance
  • 401(k) plan (MOCA matches up to 3%)
  • Flexible work hours
  • PTO (Paid Time Off) including sick and safe time (18 days per year to start)
  • Paid holidays (8 days per year) and floating holidays (2 days per year)
  • Short- and long-term disability insurance
  • Life insurance

Additional position information:

  • Position reports directly to the Executive Director.
  • This position is full time at 40 hours per week. MOCA has a flexible remote work policy, The Business Manager will be required to be in the office, located in South Minneapolis, at least three days a week. There is some flexibility regarding hours worked.  Occasional weekend and evening meetings are required.

Send resume and letter of interest to: kgavin@mnovarian.org. No phone calls please.

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