We are one of the oldest and largest student housing co-operatives in the country and we are hiring for a full-time Director of Financial Services (DFS).
Why Should You Apply?
- Use your finance expertise for good
- You may be eligible for student loan forgiveness
- You’ll have the opportunity to do more than “just” accounting
The ICC is dedicated to building the co-operative movement through our co-operative housing with an emphasis on community that is more affordable than other housing for students in Ann Arbor. The ICC offers employees substantial input into our multi-million dollar organization with progressive values, a chance to work with a small staff team, opportunities for travel to attend various regional and national conferences, and a wide-range of responsibilities including student leadership development, teaching financial literacy, and promoting affordable housing.
We’re looking for a Director of Financial Services who will supervise the Finance Coordinator as well as the Member Assistants who work in the office from the houses as a way to keep rates affordable. The pay range we’re offering is $50,000 to $59,000 depending on qualifications.
- We offer health insurance, including medical, dental, vision, life, and disability, and a company-funded Flexible Spending Acct
- We also offer retirement savings with a generous match as well as ample paid time off.
Who Should Apply:
- You have an accounting degree with at least 5 years of non-profit and supervisory experience. Master’s degree is preferred
- You bring advanced Quickbooks, Excel, and Google Suite skills
- Experience in property management is ideal! Particularly with Rent Manager
- You have a commitment to social justice and the cooperative movement
What’s Involved in the Job:
- Corporate accounting including AP and A/R, payroll, GL, audit, and account reconciliation
- Member accounting with account payment, problem resolution, training and communication,
and debt resolution as well as leadership development and support of student treasurers in
skill-building, financial literacy, and house accountability
- Property accounting including timely closings, reconciliation, and reporting
The ICC is based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Ann Arbor is one of the best places to live in the US. It is at once rural and urban, sporty and smart, outdoorsy and high-tech, counterculture and high society. Many young professionals live here and tend to have moderate political views.
How Do You Apply?