Director of Finance & Administration


The Director of Finance and Administration will ensure the continued success and growth of TTCF by embodying our organizational values while simultaneously prioritizing the input of the community we serve.  We are seeking a visionary who understands how our work is inextricably connected to food and social justice, refugee and immigrant rights, and how those big picture issues impact individuals’ day-to-day lives.  We are seeking someone who is grounded in non-profit operations, human resources, finance, and who can work collaboratively with staff.


Job Responsibilities

  • Contribute to an encouraging, open, and collaborative work environment by demonstrating professionalism, transparency and upholding TTCF values
  • Maintain consistent and transparent financial, human resource, and administrative systems throughout the organization
  • Support the implementation and monitoring of organizational strategic goals and objectives
  • Collaborate with ED to measure impact and success of programming through regular monitoring and evaluation to maintain donor compliance and ensure participant needs are met
  • Support ED and staff with planning and execution of events and meetings, including external conferences, internal retreats and staff/board meetings
  • Support human resource needs in collaboration with the ED through leading hiring and recruiting processes, orientating incoming staff, managing/supervising and evaluating tools and systems, and facilitating professional development opportunities
  • Ensure development and regular review of organization policies and procedures, according to nonprofit best practices, and work in collaboration with the ED to ensure organizational compliance and implementation
  • Assist staff in ensuring fiscal and organizational standard operating practices are followed and maintained
  • Manage any financial audit processes and annual IRS reporting
  • Develop and monitor annual budgets in collaboration with the Executive Director
  • Ensure and oversee appropriate financial management and reporting processes and procedures 
  • Manage and collaborate with other finance team members, such as organizational CPA or Executive Assistant


  • A minimum of two years of higher-level management experience in the nonprofit sector or equivalent sector
  • Demonstrated experience in nonprofit administration, preferably in at least three of the following areas: human resources, finance, data management and administration
  • High level of emotional intelligence and ability to foster positive team environments
  • Demonstrated ability to develop relationships with diverse individuals from many different backgrounds
  • Flexibility and adaptability, including ability to shift styles to fit the needs of a wide range of cultures, people, and organizations
  • Demonstrated experience building relationships with key stakeholders, including minority support agencies, funders (both institutional and individual), and community partners
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • High level of organization, work efficiency, attention to detail and prioritization skills
  • Ideal candidate would speak Karen or Chin (recommended but not required)
  • Passion for and understanding of food systems change, food justice and local agriculture
  • Individuals that identify as a person of color and/or from the refugee and immigrant and/or Asia or Asian American community are encouraged to apply for this role 

Desired start date: October 2022

Time commitment: 40 hours a week (full time)

Location: Chapel Hill, NC

Salary and benefits: $45,000-$50,000, full health insurance coverage and paid time off

Questions: Contact or call 919-885-4063 ‬

How to Apply: Please complete the job application form or submit a cover letter and resume to Interviews will start after Aug 29th and will continue until the position is filled.

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