Director of Finance

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Director of Finance

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About YouthCare

YouthCare works to end youth homelessness and to ensure that young people are valued for who they are and empowered to achieve their potential. YouthCare envisions a community where no young person experiences homelessness, all young people have the opportunity to thrive, and the systems that oppress them are dismantled. Through a combination of individualized services and a trusting relationship with a caring adult, YouthCare ensures that young people experiencing homelessness achieve long-term stability.

The Opportunity

The Director of Finance will have the distinct opportunity to join an organization at the forefront of ending youth homelessness as it undertakes the significant transformational work of a recently launched community capital campaign, the inauguration of a partnership with NHL Seattle Kraken/Climate Pledge Arena and the implementation of program innovations that will improve outcomes for youth.

As the most senior finance professional at the agency, the Director of Finance is responsible for all finance, budget, audit and compliance matters for an organization with a budget of $17 million, 250 employees, 1,500 clients and 14 facilities. As one of the most cross-functional roles at YouthCare, the Director of Finance has the opportunity and responsibility to build strong relationships with leadership, the board, program teams, development and operations. They serve as a key resource to the Executive Leadership Team and support the Board’s finance and real estate committees by providing positive engagement, annual budget analysis, timely financial statements and reports, and accurate input on financial matters.

YouthCare seeks a skilled accounting and finance professional who feels a deep connection to the organization’s mission and the youth they serve. A functional expert who can see beyond the numbers to why they matter, the ideal candidate is a relationship builder who will proactively interact and share information agency-wide.

Candidates should have a minimum of 8 or more years of progressively responsible hands-on accounting and financial management roles with an understanding of nonprofit accounting practices and regulations. Proven success working with an across teams in a complex, multi-site organization is important.

The salary range is $99,000 - $149,000 DOE. To learn more and submit your materials, please visit GoodCitizen’s website: