Ulman Cancer Fund- Program Manager, Finance & Business

Ulman Cancer Fund- Program Manager, Finance & Business Operations
921 E. Fort Ave., Suite 325, Baltimore, MD 21230
9 AM – 5 PM, Monday – Friday
Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults (UCF) is a national non-profit organization that provides
clinical, social and psychological support and assistance to young adults, ages 20-39, fighting
• The UCF Finance & Business Operations Manager will work closely with the leadership team
ensuring organizational effectiveness by managing/overseeing the organization's financial,
human resources and IT office functions. Charged with improving operational systems,
processes and policies in support of UCF’s mission to “change lives by creating a community of
support for young adults, and their loved ones, as they fight cancer and embrace survivorship”.
• Manage and increase effectiveness and efficiencies of the Finance, HR and IT functions.
• Improve coordination and communication between support and business functions.
• Play a significant role in long-term planning, including an initiative geared toward operational
• Oversee overall financial management, analysis, reporting, planning, systems and controls,
including monthly G/L responsibilities.
• Participate in annual auditing process, working closely with CEO and CPA firm.
• Direct and manage agency budget.
• Support development of individual program budgets.
• Invoicing to funding sources, including pledges receivable.
• Payroll management, including tabulation of accrued employee benefits.
• Disburse checks for organizational expenses.
• Organize fiscal documents, contracts and agreements.
• Attend and actively participate in regular meetings with CEO and Leadership Team regarding
fiscal planning.
• Manage grantor contracts and reimbursement requests.
• Administer payroll, employee benefits and organization’s insurance.
• Ensure that accounting/finance requests are resolved and communicated in a timely manner
to internal and external parties.
• Develop long-range forecasts and maintain long-range financial plans.
• Supervise office interns as needed.
• Bachelor’s degree required
• 5+ yrs experience in accounting/finance and/or bookkeeping, preferably in a non-profit
organization Proficient in Excel, Word, Outlook, and Quickbooks
• Demonstrated leadership and vision in managing major projects and initiatives
• Collaborative work style
• High comfort level working in a diverse environment
Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to
[email protected]