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Director of Finance

Title:  Director of Finance
Status: Full-Time

Reports to: Executive Director

Works With: Executive Director, Board of Trustees, Department Directors

Supervises: Part-time Administrative Assistant

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The Director of Finance role is a hands-on, multi-faceted position with an emphasis on accurate accounting, financial reporting, internal control and systems analysis.  The Director of Finance is considered part of the leadership management team.  The Director of Finance must be able to communicate effectively internally and externally both orally as well as in writing.  The Director of Finance is expected to interact with all departments and carryout management directives in a positive and concise manner.  The Director of Finance is expected to participate in all key management decision making.

Specific areas of responsibility and function will include, but may not be limited to the following list.  These areas of responsibilities are subject to change as needs dictate:

Financial Accounting and Reporting

  • Preparation of annual budget
  • Preparation of all financial reports including departmental budgets, balance sheets and income statements
  • Maintain the financial and accounting documentation
  • Prepare disbursements checks
  • Prepare bank deposits
  • Prepare and post General Journal and adjusting entries to the accounts
  • Prepare monthly reconciliations for all balance sheet accounts
  • Preparation of non-profit tax documentation, 990 and 990T and other State Reporting
  • Completion of annual financial audit in conjunction with outside audit firm
  • Preparation and maintenance of the SIMPLE IRA retirement plan
  • Preparation of various credit applications
  • Interface with vendors and banking officials
  • Complex debt compliance
  • Donor and grant financial documentation and compliance
  • Maintenance and reconciliation of the following:
    • Cash Management
    • Debt Service
    • Accounts Payable ledger
    • Accounts Receivable ledger
    • Box Office Receipts
    • Development Receipts

Office Management

  • Manage Human Resources and new hire onboarding, as needed
  • Coordinate outsourced payroll
  • Administrate employee benefits, as needed
  • Negotiate for and secure office equipment and non-facility related equipment
  • Administer vacation and sick leave
  • Participate in internal mediation with employees
  • Negotiate and obtain audit services


  • Prepare various financial reports and other documents for Board of Trustees, Finance Committee and other outside agencies, as required
  • Communicate verbally and in writing with various outside agencies
  • Prepare financial documentation for annual report
  • Monitor Internal Controls throughout the organization
  • Establish, maintain, and monitor all systems that affect accounting and financial management
  • Review and evaluate existing office policies and procedures
  • Design and implement new policies and procedures as necessary to maximize resources
  • Prepare procedural documentation and provide internal training
  • Provide oversight on departmental procedures and polices
  • Implement recommendations resulting from annual financial audit


Bachelor’s degree with five or more years of experience in an accounting environment; Non-Profit experience preferred, excellent written and oral skills; a clear understanding of accounting/financial principles and practices; analytical skills; ability to work collaboratively in a fast-paced environment.  Proficiency in accounting software and Microsoft Office a plus.

Bank NH Stage - Kitchen and Counter Help

CCA (Capitol Center for the Arts) is currently seeking PT Kitchen and Counter Associates for BNHS (Bank of New Hampshire Stage) in beautiful

Downtown Concord, NH. This new and exciting Entertainment Venue is comprised of a Theatre Space that seats 300 and stands 450 as well as Quick-Service Café/Kitchen and Bar/Lounge for 150 guests.

We focus on recruiting and selecting associates with good communication skills with some culinary/kitchen experience who are enthusiastic and eager to receive weekly Training & Cross-Training sessions.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Cheerful Attitude with Friendly & Enthusiastic Personality.
  • Some Experience in working within Food Service establishments

(i.e. Light Kitchen Prep, Cleaning & Sanitation of Kitchen Areas.)

  • Team Player with Good Communication Skills is our primary focus.
  • Flexible Work Schedule (including Nights, Weekends & Holidays.)
  • Over 18 Years of Age (Job requires standing for extended periods of time, walking, pushing, lifting up to 50 lbs., bending and reaching, stooping, kneeling and crouching.)

We are, after all, in the Entertainment & Hospitality arena and this new venue will present Live Music, Comedy Shows, Theatre Plays, and Broadcast (MET Opera in HD, National Theatre Live, Bolshoi Ballet) Performances appealing to a diverse audience. It will also serve as a venue for Concord Community Events, Meeting Space, and Private Corporate/Social Events.

  • Job Type: Part-Time (mostly Evening & Weekend Hours.)
  • Hourly Pay Rate: $11 – $13 per hour (Based on Experience Level.)
  • Expected Date of Hire: Mid-June 2019

Address for Application:

Please forward your resume to Steve Martin, Capitol Center for the Arts:

44 S Main Street, Concord, NH 03301 or E-mail to: