The Sisters of St. Joseph of Baden welcome your interest in employment opportunities. We work side by side with staff members who share in our mission of serving God and neighbor.
If we are accepting applications for a position, it is listed below. Click the name of the position to view the full description.
- Responsible for all areas of finance for the Sisters of St. Joseph-Baden. Manage all aspects of the Finance function, including but not limited to, cost and general accounting, accounts receivable/collection, payroll and risk management. Supports the charism, mission and ministries of the Sisters of St. Joseph consistent with their Mission Statement, Directional Statement and Chapter Documents in carrying out work activities and responsibilities.
- Substantial experience in the management of financial disciplines, and knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
- Successful record in business and accounting functions, including the ability to prepare, present and monitor financial statements, ratios and budgets, financial analysis and financial forecasting.
- Displays a demonstrated willingness to embrace the mission and values of the Sisters of St. Joseph and the ability to apply business principles consistent with the mission and values.
- Demonstrates an ability to deal professionally and sensitively with members of the Congregation and with the public.
- Knowledge of insurance, contracts and financial investments including the stock and bond markets.
- Experience with not-for-profit organizations.
- Responsible for the oversight of day to day accounting and financial operations of the Congregation; ensures that accounting and financial reporting is done in an accurate and timely fashion.
- Serves as financial consultant to the Leadership Team, and provides professional assistance and support to them in financial, planning, accounting and related matters.
- Participates in and coordinates the preparation of the Congregation’s operating and capital budget. Works with HR to prepare the annual wage and benefits budget.
- Prepares annual forecasting reports and analysis using Trends forecasting and other appropriate models, and provides financial recommendations to the Leadership Team for review.
- Participate as a financial advisor in planning projects of the Leadership Team and the Congregation.
- Works with investment manager on short-term assets, and monitors long-term investment performance.
- Responsible for financial aspects of various types of insurance used by the Congregation.
Required: Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Finance, Accounting or related field and 7-10 years’ experience and/or training, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Preferred: MBA, CPA License and experience in a non-profit religious organization.
For more information, contact:
Allie Mooney, Recruiter