The Director of Finance and Administration position is responsible for all finance and accounting operations as well as the administrative functions at the theater. This position leads these functions in a cohesive and elegant way, maximizing company growth & value creation through operational efficiency, optimal allocation of resources, and risk management. The Director of Finance and Administration serves as a member of the theater’s senior staff.
Oversees all financial operations of the theater.
Oversees all accounts, ledgers and reporting systems to ensure compliance with appropriate GAAP standards and regulatory requirements.
Oversees program & grant accounting to ensure proper compliance requirements are fulfilled, and provides financial reporting information for grant reports.
Partners with senior management in guiding financial decisions and achieving company goals.
Manages budgets and controls expenses.
Manages and improves month-end close activities.
Prepares and presents a monthly forecast to the Managing Director, Artistic Director, and the Finance and Audit Committee of the Board of Trustees.
Presents detailed financial information to the Finance and Audit Committee on a quarterly basis.
Collaborates with external auditors to ensure successful audit results and compliance.
Maintains financial security by establishing internal controls, policies, and procedures.
Assists with compilation of information for preparation of tax returns.
Prepares financial statements in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
Maintains and tracks all endowment activity and reconciles all bank statements.
Manages banking relationships, cash positions, and investments.
Manages the Accounts Payable Coordinator, Accounts Receivable Coordinator, and the Payroll and Benefits Coordinator
Oversees the general ledger and approves all journal entries entered into the accounting system.
Accesses and manages cash flow scenario of the theater on a weekly basis and advises senior management on status.
Prepares fixed asset reconciliation documentation for the annual financial audits.
Prepares depreciation schedule for the fiscal year budget.
Manages the human resources department and assists the Payroll and Benefits Coordinator with the on boarding of new staff.
Coordinates and manages the theater’s insurance policies along with the theater’s third party consultant.
Coordinates and manages the theater’s computer network and information technology services along with a third party consultant.
Bachelor’s Degree with a specialization in accounting or finance.
7+ years of progressive financial and accounting leadership.
Strong Microsoft Excel Skills.
Non-profit sector experience preferred.
HR experience preferred.
About Pittsburgh Public Theater
The mission of Pittsburgh Public Theater is to provide artistically diverse theatrical experiences of the highest quality.
Pittsburgh Public Theater also strives to serve, challenge, stimulate and entertain while operating in a fiscally responsible manner. The Public shares its resources with the community through education and outreach initiatives intended for a wide range of people with the goal of expanding and diversifying the audience while enriching the community.