Finance and Compliance Manager

Chamber and Economic Development of the Rutland Region
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Location: Rutland County,
About the Job

Characteristic Duties & Responsibilities

  • Oversees and implements all State and Federal financial compliance requirements, ensuring all reporting and performance requirements are met.
  • Attends state and other economic development meetings as assigned by the executive director.
  • Works with the Executive Director to refine and implement strategies of the organization.
  • Is responsible for audits, budgeting, accounting services, payroll, bank accounts, financial reporting, invoicing, leases, insurance, and contract services with the appropriate involvement of the Board of Directors, committees, and other staff.
  • Supports the Operations Director with the activities of the Finance Committee.
  • Serves on boards and committees which align CEDRR’s mission at the direction of the Executive Director
  • Attends meetings as the representative of CEDRR as assigned.
  • Other projects and duties as assigned.


Minimum qualifications:

  • Education and experience related to supporting a fast-paced public office
  • Education and experience in accounting and accounting systems management preferred.
  • Interested in meeting new people who have diverse interests and
  • Flexible and
  • Able to work independently; self-directed.
  • Effective and efficient organizational
  • Professional written and verbal communication
  • Working knowledge of federal, state, and local funding opportunities.
  • Working knowledge of office systems including QuickBooks, Microsoft Office, and Excel.
  • Experience and/or interest in researching requested
  • Knowledge or interest in learning about economic development, local organizations, and the regional
  • Able to travel as requested
Employer's Approach to Diversity, Equity, & Belonging

Active board development: DEI training for board and committee members, diversity survey and assessment done across the board, active recruitment effort with community-wide advertising and vetting candidates through a DEI matrix of need

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