Campbell & Company is a national consulting firm focusing on institutional advancement in all sectors, including education, environment, healthcare, human services, arts and culture, associations and membership organizations, and civic and public affairs. The firm is based in Chicago with regional offices in Southern California, Portland, San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, and Washington, DC. We are motivated by a desire to strengthen the nonprofit sector. We have high standards for ourselves and our teams, and we achieve those standards by helping one another do our best work. We respect and value our colleagues’ perspectives, and we see collaboration as an opportunity to learn from one another, support each other’s growth, and advance our collective knowledge. We are always looking to improve so we can better serve the nonprofit sector. We have four primary service lines: fundraising, communications, executive search, and strategic information services. Collectively, Campbell & Company consists of 70 staff members, including 40 in Chicago and the Midwest, three in Washington, D.C., six in California, two in Portland, 19 in Seattle, and three in other regions.
The Director of Finance and Administration leads and is responsible for all finance related operations of the firm, including payables and receivables, general ledger, relationship management with banks and other vendors, accounting for investments, budgets and administration of the firm’s ESOP. Additionally, the Director of Finance and Administration is responsible for human resource functions such as benefits administration, maintaining employee records and management of the administrative and business office team. Finally, this individual is a liaison to the firm’s technology consultants and makes recommendations regarding the firm’s technology needs. The Director will collaborate with a variety of internal constituents, including the CEO, Executive Vice Presidents, and division heads. This person reports to the CEO and serves as a member of the Management Committee.
Successful candidates will have seven or more years of related experience in finance and accounting, including experience managing accounting staff. Experience in a professional services firm and in ESOP administration would be an advantage. S/he will bring highly self-motivated, demonstrated leadership abilities, exceptional management skills, and success developing and monitoring systems to optimize internal operations. The successful candidate will also possess a collaborative style, high attention to detail, and an accessible, visible, and flexible management style that inspires trust. A bachelor’s degree is required; a master’s degree in a related field such as Business Administration, Accounting, or Finance would be desired.
Campbell & Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We are proud to partner with nonprofits to advance justice, opportunity, and equity throughout our society – and we bring this same commitment to our practices and culture as a company. We seek people to join our firm who share this sense of purpose and will bring a diversity of perspectives and experiences that will enrich our team and clients. Individuals from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
About Campbell & Company
Campbell & Company is a national nonprofit consulting firm that helps organizations create greater impact through fundraising, communications, executive search, and strategic information services. Since 1976, we have partnered with thousands of nonprofits across all sectors on their journey to change lives.