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Children’s Museum of Richmond
CEO Job Posting
Would you like to have an impact on kindergarten readiness in Central Virginia? Are you ready to lead a team of people who are passionate about early childhood education? Do you believe all children should have the opportunity to learn through play? Can you build community relationships to support programs, reach more children, and garner financial support?
The next CEO of the Children’s Museum of Richmond (CM) will have the opportunity to play a significant role in early childhood education in Central Virginia. The CEO serves as a community leader in the advancement of school readiness, early learning, and literacy for the region.
CM serves families throughout Central Virginia at four museums, and, on average, hosts 400,000 visitors each year. Programs are family-centric, and go far beyond the “learning through play” experience children have at exhibits to include the Central Virginia Children’s Book Bank and Commonwealth Parenting, which provides educational programs for caregivers. The CEO will lead a team of roughly 30 full-time and 50 part-time employees, supported by almost 2000 volunteers.
Qualified candidates will have:
- Experience in early childhood education.
- The ability to balance strategic thinking with implementation.
- Excellent communication skills.
- A commitment to making programs accessible to all children.
- The ability to build strong relationships in the community.
- Demonstrated success in fundraising.
- A track record of effective leadership in a complex organization.
- An understanding of fiscal management.
- A minimum of a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a related topic.
Job responsibilities include:
- Working with the Board of Trustees to set and oversee the strategic direction of the Museum.
- Maintaining an environment that provides an excellent visitor experience.
- Representing the Museum in the community and expanding community relationships.
- Leading a comprehensive campaign.
- Working with the senior management team to attract and retain staff who can implement innovative exhibits and programs.
- Overseeing the Museum’s operations in a fiscally responsible manner.
- Ensuring facilities that support a fun and safe visitor experience.
- Providing professional development opportunities.
To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and references to HR@WarrenWhitney.com by Monday, July 22, 2019. Indicate “CM” in the subject line. References will not be contacted without prior permission from the candidate.
Equal Opportunity Employer
CPA FIRM TAX & ACCOUNTING GROUP DIRECTOR
Have you worked hard since beginning your career in public accounting? You know that your current employer appreciates your work but you are anxious for a new challenge. Do you want to expand your focus on building relationships, client development and leadership in addition to your CPA and tax work? With strong core values, ethical business practices and a keen business acumen – you are ready! The potential exists for partnership consideration for the successful candidate. Is it time to consider this opportunity with our client?
Warren Whitney is a leading the search for the next Accounting Group Director for a highly regarded CPA firm and financial services boutique firm in Richmond, VA. The candidate will be an experienced Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and demonstrate expertise in a variety of individual, partnership and corporate tax and business accounting practices. The candidate must have the ability to manage, retain and expand services to clients and potential clients while serving clients with professional, personal and principled care upholding exceptional standards. Just as critical is helping manage and foster a morally-rich, values-driven firm culture.
Our client is looking for a Director who will work closely with businesses and individuals to provide a superior experience to the diverse clientele that includes business owners, executives, entrepreneurs, and investors. The firm professionals identify and implement financial strategies to more effectively manage both business and personal finances for our clients.
Initial qualifications that must be met:
- Bachelor’s degree; MBA a plus; CPA with a strong tax background
- Leadership skills and desire to be involved at a strategic level
- 10+ years of individual, corporate and partnership tax experience
- Professional presence; effective written and verbal communication skills
- Strategic thinking, problem solving and effective decision-making skills
Be an integral part of a professional services firm that employs a talented, client-centered team of professionals and support staff. This is a unique opportunity to grow quickly in a new role while providing leadership and a vision of success.
For more information about this opportunity and to be considered, please apply by sending your resume, cover letter and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the Subject of the email please enter: TAXCPA2019
This posting will remain active until the opportunity is filled.
Competitive Salary, Performance Bonus, and Benefits Package including medical, dental, vision, life, long-term disability, paid time off, 401(k) with employer matching, and professional continuing education reimbursement.
EOE M/F/D/V on behalf of our client, Warren Whitney reserves the right to alter, change, modify, and/or terminate this job posting at any time without notice, or obligation, to any party.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Director of Operations
Our client, Viridiant is a growing, non-profit environmental organization that works to advance sustainable, affordable, and energy efficient construction. The Director of Operations is responsible for hands-on oversight of all office operations including bookkeeping and general accounting, human resources and general office management. This position has the potential to expand into finance management, including budgets, investments, contract management and finance committee communications. This role reports to the Executive Director who reports to the Board of Directors.
Viridiant is energetic and offers a friendly work environment, attractive office, excellent educational opportunities and the opportunity to have a positive impact on the building industry and environment. For over ten years, the organization has been contributing to the community with a budget of approximately $1.4M and a fulltime staff of 11, as well as 15 independent field contractors. This is a unique opportunity to be part of cutting edge, high performance buildings and technologies! See www.viridiant.org for more information.
Summary of Primary Job Responsibilities and Duties
- Data entry and management of AR / AP and processed twice a month
- Process payroll twice a month and complete monthly, quarterly and annual tax filings
- Prepare tax management and audit prep + management
- Updating, maintaining, and reporting through QuickBooks and Excel chart of accounts / products / services / departments as needed
- Monthly bank reconciliation and financials presented to Executive Director
- Quarterly financials / support to finance committee
- Assist in budget forecasting
- Cost management – supporting production of overhead rates
- Manage the onboarding and off boarding to include recruiting and hiring process, day-to-day employee relations and benefits for 11 full-time employees
- Performance management process – annual / mid-year reviews and performance improvement plans
- Benefits administration (e.g., health insurance and retirement coverage)
- Timesheets and Paid Time Off (PTO) management
- Provide technology support with computers, phones and subscriptions
- Manage office operations, meetings, equipment, supplies and subscriptions
- Perform operational analysis on internal systems and processes to improve efficiency to include: manage rent and utilities, insurance audits, providing vendors and customers with I9/COIs, commercial insurance management, Salesforce workflow/processes, Administration of renewal, registration, licenses and government registrations in general
- Perform additional responsibilities related to the success of the organization
Key Qualifications, Skills and Abilities
- Some college course work; Bachelor’s degree in business or accounting preferred
- Combined minimum 1-3 years related experience in accounting, human resources and office management; Any combination of education and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the work successfully
- QuickBooks or related software plus accounting / financial analysis and reporting experience required
- Advanced in MS Office skills especially Excel required
- Effective oral and written communication
- Proactive and organized with attention to detail
- Acts with integrity and diplomacy handling confidential matters
- Some experience with CRM software a plus, especially Salesforce
- Nonprofit experience a plus
- Monday through Friday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM generally, with some flexible options
- Promotes and adheres to organization’s mission, vision and values; policies and applicable laws in a fair and equitable manner
Competitive Compensation Package including base salary and extensive benefits!
To be considered for this immediate opening, please send your resume with salary requirements to hr@WarrenWhitney.com. This position will remain open until filled.
EOE. On behalf of its client, Warren Whitney reserves the right to alter, change, modify and/or terminate this job posting at any time without notice, or obligation, to any party.
Equal Opportunity Employer
project:HOMES is a growing, non-profit organization seeking a full-time Wheelchair Ramp Program Manager. This hands-on working manager is responsible for the construction and installation of wheel chair ramps allowing for better accessibility of low-income seniors, disabled residents and qualified homeowners. The organization is 25 years strong with a budget of over $12M and about 35 employees located in Richmond, VA (easy access on and off the Midlothian Turnpike and Chippenham Parkway). Reports to the Director of Volunteer Services.
Salary is in the low to mid-$40’s plus competitive benefits package including health, dental, vision, life insurance, LTD, paid time off, and 401(k) contribution! Professional development reimbursement! Full-time, forty-hour work week that includes an occasional Saturday and evening work during the month with minimal overtime; local travel.
We use a 360° approach to improving the housing and living conditions of Central Virginians. This is accomplished through the construction of high-quality affordable housing, large-scale home repairs, resulting in greater accessibility and energy efficiency for existing homes. Come grow with us! See more at www.projecthomes.org.
Summary of Job Responsibilities and Requirements
- Supervises construction and installation of wheelchair ramps
- Supervises agency personnel working in the wheelchair ramp program
- Determines client eligibility, complete applications and procure necessary permits
- Manages project tracking and schedule volunteers accordingly
- Tracks project production and compliance with funding requirements
- Prepares reports as requested for reporting purposes
- Inspects job sites, design ramps, and prepare measurements
- Coordinates and orders materials and supplies, including purchasing, pickup and job site delivery
- Trains and supervises volunteers during ramp construction and onsite installation
- Establishes safety and cleanliness standards in warehouse and ensure volunteer and staff compliance
- Maintains prescribed inventory levels in warehouse
- Performs maintenance or repairs on existing ramps
- Communicates with staff and management as appropriate concerning client, vendor, or product issues
- Ensures all activities comply with company policies and values as well as industry standards
- Performs other duties as assigned
Key Qualifications, Skills, and Abilities
- Minimum High school diploma or equivalent
- Demonstrated knowledge of construction and carpentry skills – this is a must!
- Daily lifting up to 75 lbs. (e.g., loading lumber)
- Daily driving of truck and trailer combination
- Team lead experience
- Proficient MS Office and some database management and data entry experience
- Current, unrestricted Virginia driver’s license
- Works in a close team environment
- Excellent communication skills
- Proven ability to manage tasks and projects
- Promotes and adheres to company’s mission, vision and values; policies and applicable laws in a fair and equitable manner
- Represents the organization in a professional manner to all customers, vendors, and internal personnel.
- Full-time, forty-hour work week that includes an occasional Saturday and evening work during the month with minimal overtime; local travel
- Successfully complete pre-employment background screening
Apply by sending your resume to Brad.Burnum@projecthomes.org. No phone calls or third parties. This position will remain open until filled.
EOE M/F/D/V project:HOMES reserves the right to alter, change, modify and/or terminate this job posting at any time without notice, or obligation, to any party.