Perform a variety of accounting and bookkeeping duties according to established policies and procedures. Responsible for learning and maintaining the functional areas of accounting and related computer processing systems of the agency as assigned.
The Director of Housing shall have responsibility for the all activities related to development of affordable housing programs as well as overseeing the day to day operations of LHM Asset Management, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Corporation. The Director of Housing will investigate and conduct due diligence for potential new affordable housing programs, determine appropriate partnership opportunities, and evaluate for presentation to the executive team, through the SVP, COO recommendations for growth opportunities. In addition, with respect to overseeing LHM Asset Management, the Director of Housing will be responsible for tracking the performance of both commercial and residential properties to assure real estate programs achieve the anticipated outcomes.
Maintain various accounting records of the organization and works at the direction of the Financial Reporting Director to ensure that the financial systems and records are accurate, efficient, and in accordance with governmental regulations and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
Oversees the operations of the Accounting Department including Financial Statement reporting, Audits, Tax Returns, Cost Reports, Cash Management, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Payroll functions, ensuring appropriate and sufficient documentation, adherence to specific timelines, as well as guidelines of the effectiveness of customer support service Provides regulatory financial (including FASB and GAAP) and operational support for the development, implementation and execution of key strategic initiatives.
Provide intensive home-based family intervention, life skills education, and supportive services in order to preserve families, reduce the need for out of home placement, expedite the return of children to their families, and prevent the recurrence of abuse and neglect. Carry a caseload of two (2) families. Responsible for: regular visits with the family in their home or community for a period of 28 days, and not more than 42 days; performing required assessments; writing and submitting service plans, safety plans and progress reports; providing concrete assistance and referrals based on the individual needs of each family. Work a flexible schedule (including non-traditional hours) based on families’ needs.