Job Title: Director of Finance & Administration Operations
Supervisor: Executive Director
Designation: Salaried, Exempt
Pay Range: $60,000 to $65,000 (commensurate with experience)
Location: Atlanta, GA
Organization Overview: The mission of the Southern AIDS Coalition (SAC) is to end the HIV epidemic and
other health disparities in the South. We are a non-partisan coalition of government, community, and
business organizations and leaders working to prevent new HIV transmissions and build a healthier South
for people living with HIV and those at high risk for HIV transmission. We do this through (1) public health
advocacy; (2) capacity building assistance and education; (3) leadership development and resiliency
building for PLWHIV; (4) research and evaluation; (5) addressing stigma; and (6) strategic grantmaking.
We envision a South where every person has access to high-quality health care and essential support
services (including safe, decent, affordable housing), free from stigma and discrimination. We also
envision a South where every person understands their risk for HIV transmission, receives routine
screening, and has immediate access to a full range of treatment options or prevention interventions and
harm reduction services. We finally envision a South which leads the nation in health outcomes.
Position Overview: This position is responsible for developing and maintaining the overall administrative
and fiscal structure of Southern AIDS Coalition. It is inclusive of fiscal management responsibilities as well
as ensuring the administrative integrity of all agency operations.
Duties and Responsibilities: This position will be responsible for duties including:
● Serves as a key leader of agency operations
● Assists the Executive Director in creating the annual budget
● Supervises agency administration staff
● Monitors to ensure that all units are spending per their budget and that the agency is spending
per the approved budget
● Serves as the main point of contact with the HR vendor ensuring that onboarding, payroll,
compliance, staff training, benefits, discipline and other related HR functions are carried out
● Ensures there is a sound fiscal process in place for all staff reimbursements
● Ensures that all vendors and creditors receive timely payment
● Ensures invoicing and follow up related to coalition dues for all agencies which are a part of the Southern AIDS Coalition
● Develops fiscal controls and processes for all revenue generated to ensure their receipt and timely deposit
● Creates budgets for all funding opportunities pursued by SAC
● Prepares a monthly financial report for the Executive Director
● Coordinates with the Board finance chair to prepare the financial report to be presented at the Board of Directors meeting
● Serves as the main point of contact with facilities management
● Coordinates all efforts in conducting the annual audit
● Ensures that all units of SAC have all the material resources they need to successfully conduct business operations
● Ensures for efficient and accountable fiscal processes of all SAC staff
● Serves as office manager of SAC corporate space and ensures that all telework office spaces are in accordance with SAC policy
● Develops and submits for approval agency wide administrative protocols
● Serves as main point of contact with all contracted administrative services (e.g. copier rental)
● Serves as primary moral officer, developing opportunities for agency wide events to bring about
better morale and workplace cohesion
● Coordinates and provides logistical support for all meetings of the Board of Directors
● Assist with other tasks, as requested by the Executive Director
Minimum Qualifications: Qualified candidates will possess either:
A. A bachelor’s degree, preferably in business administration, health administration, accounting or some other related discipline and at least five (5) years of increasingly responsible professional experience related to business management (non-profit preferred); or
B. A Master’s degree in business administration, health administration, accounting or some other related discipline and at least 3 years relevant experience; or
C. A high school diploma/equivalency with a minimum 10 years of relevant experience and at least 3 of those years at the management level of an organization with an annual budget of at least $2 million.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
● Impeccable mathematics and analytical skills
● Strong attention to detail and the ability to manage multiple projects, establish workload
priorities, and meet deadlines
● Excellent verbal and written communication skills
● Experience with Quickbooks or some other related accounting software
● Expert level at Microsoft Office, particularly Word and Excel
● Ability to take initiative, set goals, and execute tasks with limited direct supervision
● Ability to work some evenings and weekends as part of a flexible work schedule
● Strong desire to work with communities that are disproportionately impacted by HIV/AIDS in the South, including gay, bi, same-gender loving and other men-who-have-sex-with-men, Transgender or gender non-conforming persons, Latinx persons, cisgender Black women, and persons experiencing poverty.
Location: It is strongly encouraged that applicants either be from the South or have solid experiential
knowledge of life in the South. Reasonable relocation assistance is available for a chosen candidate who
lives more than 50 miles outside of Atlanta. Up to 1/3 of work days may be remote.
Apply: Please complete the application and submit a resume to [email protected]. Please note the position for which you are applying in the subject line. Note: only those candidates under consideration will be contacted. All inquiries will be kept confidential.
The Southern AIDS Coalition is an equal opportunity employer. We prohibit discrimination on the basis of actual or perceived HIV status, race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, or veteran status. We are committed to recruiting, employing, and promoting qualified people living with HIV as well as members of populations most disproportionately impacted by the HIV epidemic in the South including gay, bi, same-gender loving and other men-who-have-sex-with-men, Transgender or gender non-conforming persons, Latinx persons, cisgender Black women, and persons experiencing poverty.