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Job Title: Executive Director, Indianapolis Oasis


Oasis offers an exciting leadership opportunity with Indianapolis Oasis.  Indianapolis Oasis is part of a national network of other regional centers and the Oasis Institute, a national nonprofit organization, headquartered in St. Louis, with a mission to promote healthy aging through lifelong learning, health promotion and volunteer engagement. www.oasisnet.org/indy


Responsibilities:

  • (35%) Hire, train, manage, and evaluate staff and volunteers.  Build a strong staff and volunteer team to ensure that the productivity and actions of the group meet/support the overall operational goals, including, but not limited to:
  • Make Oasis vibrant and welcoming for its community of lifelong learners, volunteers and staff.
  • Review and maintain the Indianapolis Oasis website content so it is current and active.
  • Develop programs, classes, and social-connection opportunities that attract a growing and diverse population and generate increased net revenue.
  • Engage volunteers to support all aspects of Oasis operations and community initiatives.
  • (30%) Implement a donor development strategy in collaboration with the Oasis Institute National Development Director.  Development initiatives will include individual donor development, foundation and corporate grant writing, and pursuing public-sector funding opportunities.
  • (7.5%) Prepare and manage the annual operating budget and oversee all related financial matters.
  • (7.5%) Develop community partnerships that will expand the reach to a broad and diverse audience.
  • (5%) Conduct Board meetings, recruit new Board members, communicate actively with the Board.
  • (5%) Implement public relations efforts to build a strong Oasis identity in the region.
  • (5%) Work with the Oasis Institute to pilot new programs and strategies for national dissemination.
  • (5%) Monitor earned revenue and make price, class title and content, instructor, and schedule adjustments as necessary to ensure a financially diverse and sustainable organization.


Required:

  • Bachelors degree in business, nonprofit management or a related field 
  • 5- 10 years related experience
  • Experience with grant writing, donor development, and campaign management
  • 2-5 years supervisory experience
  • Excellent management, financial and interpersonal skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Applications
  • Record of successfully managing staff within a team environment to achieve goals

Preferred:

  • Master’s Degree
  • Demonstrated ability to manage change
  • Volunteer management experience

 

Application Information

Interested parties should apply by submitting a resume, cover letter, and contact information for 3 professional references to Tony Lloyd

 

Job Title: Grant Accountant

Please note that this is a part-time, hourly position (24 hours/week; full benefits)
 

Position Purpose:
Assumes responsibility for post award grant accounting thus ensuring compliance with funding source guidelines, timely receipt of revenue, accurate and timely submission of financial reports, and orderly closure of projects.  This function will primarily support grant accounting efforts for Oasis’ various Health business lines.  Support will be required relative to funding that supports other Oasis business lines and other Accounting Department needs as time permits.

Responsibilities

  • Performs the accounting functions related to Grants/restricted and unrestricted funding of Oasis business lines including:
    • Assisting program managers in the financial reporting and other administrative requirements of their grants/contracts and Memorandum of Agreements.
      • Monitoring/tracking the status of each project through its life cycle; and
      • If applicable, preparing, reviewing, and coordinating A-133 Audit work.
  • Prepare, review and advise on all accounting entries related to projects (unrestricted and restricted funds).
  • Prepare invoice/billings and collect funds for the support of restricted fund
  • expenditures.
  • Prepare all applicable fiscal reports for funded projects and ensure
  • the timely submission thereof.
  • Attend professional development training and stay abreast of the Office of
  • Management and Budget Circulars and their applicability to grants
  • management related to A-133 audit.
  • Assist in the closing of Oasis’ fiscal year end books as needed.
  • Assist with pre-award grant budget preparation as needed.
  • Directly consult with all stakeholders (program managers, accounting staff, funder contacts, etc.) concerning the grant funded programs and other restricted accounts as they relate to financial administration of grants. This includes interpreting federal requirements and granting agency guidelines of such grants.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
  • Maintain regular attendance.

Knowledge and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of federal regulations related to funded programs at local, state and federal levels.
  • Knowledge of personal computer based applications including Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint) and accounting software packages (Financial Edge, Quickbooks, etc.).
  • Knowledge of general accounting and fiscal management principles.

Ability To:

  • Work with minimal supervision.
  • Work as an effective member of the Oasis Accounting Department team.
  • Communicate effectively orally and in writing.
  • Manage time well and follow through on commitments.
  • Willingly adapt to new work demands and new work roles.
  • Separate critical issues from inconsequential ones when problem-solving.
  • Seek and use feedback.
  • Organize and maintain key records/documents.

Reports To:
Accounting Manager

To Apply:

Please email your cover letter and resume to Dawn Anderson.


 

Job Title: Staff Accountant


Job Description

Perform and support functions necessary to complete accurate and timely presentation of financial data while protecting the assets of The Oasis Institute (Institute), a National Not-For-Profit organization, and all supporting and Network locations. This position reports to the Accounting Manager.

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare the month-end closings and the preparation of monthly financial statements for the national office as well as its affiliates, assuring quality, accuracy and efficiency.
  • Prepares monthly and other necessary reconciliation of various general ledger accounts such as cash, investments, receivables, equipment and payables;
  • Perform and support functions in the area of the accounts payable process for the national office as well as its affiliates, assuring quality, accuracy and efficiency.
  • Perform and support functions in the area of accounts receivable for the national office as well as its affiliates, assuring quality, accuracy and efficiency.
  • Assist in the monitoring and update of grant balances for grants awarded to The Oasis Institute and related entities;
  • Assist in the development and monitoring of operating and grant budgets for The Oasis Institute and its affiliates;
  • Reconcile and analyze general ledger accounts, prepare journal entries, related analysis and complete data entry;
  • Assist in cost analyses on various fundraising campaigns;
  • Assist in the preparation of numbers for annual report purposes;
  • Assist in preparation of 1099 tax forms and the annual 1096 filings;
  • Identify and correct errors and process errors as necessary based upon reconciliations and analysis;
  • Organize and maintain key records/documents.
  • Other accounting projects as directed.

Job Qualifications:

  • Four Year Accounting Degree
  • Five (5) Years work experience (bookkeeping/accounting) preferred; non-profit experience preferred.
  • 1-2 Years experience grant accounting preferred.
  • Must be an experienced Excel and Word user and be familiar with accounting software package(s) (FundWare or Financial Edge a plus).
  • Knowledge of general accounting and fiscal management principles.
  • Good analytical and communication skills.

Ability To:

  • Work with minimal supervision.
  • Work as an effective member of the Oasis Accounting Department team.
  • Communicate effectively orally and in writing.
  • Manage time well and follow through on commitments.
  • Willingly adapt to new work demands and new work roles.
  • Separate critical issues from inconsequential ones when problem-solving.
  • Seek and use feedback.
     

To Apply:
Please email your cover letter and resume to Dawn Anderson