TechEquity Collaborative is a 6-year-old nonprofit based in the San Francisco Bay Area. TechEquity Collaborative envisions a world where the tech industry’s growth creates economic prosperity for everyone and where tech sector employees and companies are engaged and active participants in making our economy more equitable.
Our mission is to bring tech workers, activists, community members, and advocates together to build a better tech-driven economy. We investigate and address tech sector inequities and those resulting from tech products and business models. Learn more about our work at techequitycollaborative.org
A newly-created role, the Director of Finance and Administration, will be vital to organizational administration as the organization continues to grow. The Director of Finance and Administration will work closely with TechEquity’s CEO across a portfolio of ongoing responsibilities spanning organizational administration, finance, people ops, fundraising, and special projects. Reporting to the CEO, the Director of Finance and Administration will also partner across the team to support administrative processes.
A skilled administrator, the Director of Finance and Administration, must possess strong operational and project management skills and be confident and adaptable in the face of ambiguity. The Director of Finance and Administration will need to quickly get up to speed on new challenges/projects and problem-solve independently while working collaboratively across the organization. In addition, the Director of Finance and Administration will coordinate the work of an outsourced finance team, track and complete compliance needs, and support fundraising proposals/reports with the CEO.
Specific responsibilities for this role include
- Coordinate routine HR functions, including payroll, recruiting support, onboarding/orientation, coordinating the performance review process, and file upkeep.
- Ensure compliance with the organization’s HR policies and state / federal requirements.
- Provide coordination for staff meetings, virtual social events, and in-person retreats.
- Coordinate organizational relationships with brokers and vendors to support benefits.
- Liaise with an outsourced accounting firm that manages bookkeeping and some other financial planning responsibilities.
- Support internal financial day-to-day troubleshooting for reimbursement, record keeping, and team support.
- Maintain financial, HR, contract, and fundraising records in accordance with GAAP, IRS, and state requirements.
- Support the CEO and Board Treasurer in coordinating the annual audit and ensuring smooth, consistent AR/AP.
- Maintain electronic copies of development files for foundations, individuals, and corporate donors.
- Support CEO coordination with outsourced fundraising vendor to support workflows, calendars, CRM, and resources utilized by the CEO.
- Support timely submission of grant reports and donor gift processing.
Administrative / Legal
- General administrative duties, including; overseeing WFH office equipment and technology, supply and food orders, business cards, assisting with travel booking and event planning, and managing the organization’s tech stack.
- Coordinate with outsourced vendors for legal support, i.e., general counsel, HR law, IRS/Campaign compliance, and trademarks.
- Serve as staff resource regarding administrative policies and procedures.
- Coordinate Board of Directors administration and logistics, including assisting the CEO in managing BOD monthly updates, scheduling, conducting virtual votes, maintaining resource files, and taking minutes.
- Oversee org insurance policies, work with the CEO to confirm all liability needs are met, and maintain relationships with vendors.
Required Skills and Qualifications
- 6 to 10 years of work experience across administrative, finance, and operational roles, including 2-3 years of experience working in a nonprofit or advocacy organization.
- Outstanding written and verbal communication skills and ability to communicate clearly and strategically across diverse audiences.
- Exceptional attention to detail, ability to organize, project-manage, and prioritize crucial information and tasks.
- Team player with excellent collaboration skills and experience working cross-functionally with multiple levels of staff.
- Dedication to efficient backend administration of organizations.
- Experience with and expertise in financial workflows and literacy in non-profit and GAAP accounting practices and compliance.
- Ability to independently complete day-to-day tasks across financial and regulatory processes and identify which tasks merit engagement by the CEO.
- Comfort working across different, sometimes unfamiliar subject matters to solve administrative, financial, and compliance-related issues with various stakeholders.
- Experience in administrative elements of organizational fundraising and human resource management.
- Comfort working with Google Workspace, Microsoft Excel, Quickbooks, Bill.com, and Expensify.
- Reporting experience with foundations and private donors is a plus.
This is a fully remote, competitive salaried position with medical/dental/vision/retirement benefits. We value work/life balance and offer unlimited time off and flexible work hours. The salary range for this position is in line with our organizational payscale: $98,515 to $108,885. This represents the present low and high end of the Organization’s pay range for this position. Actual pay will vary based on various factors, including but not limited to experience. Additionally, the organization adjusts the payscale based on location within 48 contiguous US states.
TechEquity celebrates diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We encourage people from communities underrepresented in the tech industry to apply for this role. We value lived experience and encourage applicants who may not feel they can check off every skill listed above.
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume here. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.