Moore Philanthropy, an S-corporation, is a Black-owned, Woman-led advisory firm bringing over 25 years of knowledge and experience to provide thoughtful, strategic and tailored philanthropic services to individuals, families, and private institutions. Founded in 2015, every decision we make as a firm to support the donors and communities we serve is grounded in principles around equity and inclusion. While Moore Philanthropy serves the needs of families from all walks of life, we have an intentional and demonstrated commitment to serving the African Diaspora and their families and building the wealth and influence of communities of color.
Moore Impact, Moore Philanthropy’s collaborative partner organization and a 501(c)(3) exempt entity, is a Black-founded and Black-led institution. We provide fiscal sponsorship to community leaders and donors, helping them bring to life their vision for a more just world. Moore Impact also serves as a sponsoring organization for Donor Advised Funds (DAF), which allows individuals, families and institutions to create a structured and flexible giving fund from which they can manage all of their grantmaking, both in the U.S. and abroad.
Despite the altruistic nature of philanthropy, the field has consistently overlooked funding leaders of color who have the most lived experience in the very problems the sector is trying to solve. In an industry that purports its commitment to serving the underserved, the lack of diverse leadership and low levels of funding towards nonprofit leaders of color are clear indicators of the sector’s shortcomings. We established Moore Impact because we are committed to changing this norm. Unless more leaders who are intimately involved in navigating the challenges of systemic and structural racism are in positions of power, philanthropy will continue to perpetuate these inequities.
Moore Impact seeks an experienced Finance & Operations Coordinator to assist the Director of Strategy, Operations & Legal with all operational, administrative and financial functions of the organization between two rapidly-scaling organizations. The Coordinator must be a self-starter and comfortable working in a start-up environment. The role requires agility, passion and an entrepreneurial mindset.
The Finance & Operations Coordinator is a flexible, part-time position with a compensation range of $37.00-$40.00/hour.
The Finance & Operations Coordinator’s duties will include:
- Manage accounts payable process, including ensuring correct coding and timely remittance of payments
- Review credit card reconciliations for coding accuracy and ensure backup documentation is sufficient
- Ensure revenue sources are coded accurately
- Maintain vouchers, financial files, and records
- Assist with monthly, quarterly and year-end close tasks in accordance with policies and procedures and as directed
- Assist the Director of Strategy, Operations & Legal to develop and manage the organizations’ budgets
- Maintain monthly and quarterly budget-to-actual reports, Board financial reports, and department financial reports; prepare ad hoc reports as requested
- Serve as a point of contact for financial and operations information for both clients and staff
- Work closely with the Grants Manager to ensure timely grant disbursements
- Assist with coordination and preparation of annual organizational audits and 990s as directed by the Director of Strategy, Operations & Legal
- Assist with implementing improvements to controls
- Research new vendors as needed
- Other tasks as assigned
Ideally, candidates for the Finance & Operations Coordinator position will demonstrate:
- Minimum 4 years of experience with accounts payables/receivables and/or financial reporting
- Experience with Quickbooks and Excel
- Strong business acumen and analytical skills
- Excellent problem-solving skills
- Superior organizational skills, with an ability to work independently, meet deadlines, exercise considerable judgment, discretion, and initiative
Moore Impact’s Commitment to Equal Opportunity
We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. We employ qualified people without regard to: race; color; religion; sex; national origin; age; ancestry; disability; sexual orientation; pregnancy or breastfeeding; veteran or military status; marital status; civil union or domestic partnership status; arrest record; citizenship; genetic information; gender identity or expression; status as a victim of domestic violence, sexual violence, or stalking; or any other characteristic protected under federal or state law.