Artists Repertory Theatre
Job title: Finance Director
Reports To: General Manager
FLSA Status: Fulltime; exempt
Artists Repertory Theatre seeks a Finance Director to oversee the financial management and
accounting practices of Artists Repertory Theatre including the establishment of accounting controls
and enforcing procedures to ensure compliance; recording of daily, monthly and annual financial
activity; managing accounts payable and accounts receivable; managing the annual audit and
government reporting requirements; managing budget planning and forecasting; and providing
financial advice and analysis to the General Manager and Board of Directors.
The Finance Director works closely with the General Manager and Board of Directors, members of the
Artists Repertory Theatre staff and outside vendors that provide services to the organization.
Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Manages the general ledger accounting system, including account structure and reporting
Provides financial and planning support to the General Manager and Board of Directors
Leads the annual development and oversight of the company’s budget and cash flow projections
Prepares and records all general journal entries, including accounts payable and accounts
Performs all bank deposits and reconciles all bank statements to the General Ledger
Performs all monthly and annual closing and reporting
Support grant efforts (budget preparation, reporting, invoicing, etc.)
Serves as primary staff contact for auditors, bankers and insurance carriers
Serves as primary staff contact in the preparation of Federal 990 and Oregon CT-12 tax forms
Prepares and files the statistical reports for the Theatre Communications Group
Manages workers comp for the company
Manages the company’s payroll and relationship with outside payroll vendors
Maintains petty cash
Maintains property, liability and related insurance policies
Secures W-4 forms for all new full-time hires of the company
Track employee hours including vacation and sick time in support of company payroll
Coordinates the preparation of annual W-2 forms in partnership with outside payroll vendor
Manages health and dental benefits for the company
Four year degree in accounting or related field, with at least 5 years work experience in finance,
preferably in a non profit organization.
Knowledge of GAAP and nonprofit accounting methods, practices, procedures and policies, and
the ability communicate financial data and its impact on the business to a variety of audiences.
Ability to maintain strong level of accuracy in all accounting and finance formulas; calculations
and data entry; and offer sound accounting and financial advice to the General Manager and
Board of Directors.
Excellent organizational and interpersonal communication skills. Experience working with a
wide variety of constituency groups is preferred.
Computer and data entry experience. Proficiency in standard accounting software (QuickBooks
preferred), payroll systems and Microsoft Office applications is required. Experience with
customer relationship management systems like Tessitura is preferred.
Email letter of interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 23.