**Potential Opportunity for Growth**
Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center seeks a new Finance Director to play a key leadership role in all financial administration matters within the organization: financial leadership, financial analysis, administration and treasury activities. Our ideal new colleague is passionate about the work that we do, and the importance of financial strategy and management to optimize our impact, sharing this enthusiasm and commitment at all levels of the organization.
Opportunity for Growth:
Due to the flexibility of our outgoing Finance Director, this role can be tailored as a mentored growth opportunity for candidates with a diverse range of experience and potential. Our current finance director can stay on as a part–time consultant to train and mentor the successful candidate, or to fulfill specific areas of the role as needed. While we welcome candidates with director–level experience, candidates who have been a finance manager, controller or senior accountant for a non–profit are also strongly encouraged to apply.
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Renaissance builds better communities around the San Francisco Bay Area by helping lower income women and men start and grow their own businesses, transforming the lives of their owners and creating sustainable jobs, economic vitality, and vibrant neighborhoods. We own and operate our own building in San Francisco's South of Market (SOMA) community, which is the site of our headquarters and home to over 35 small business tenants. Additionally we operate three other program sites (Richmond, San Francisco's Bayview District, and East Palo Alto) and provide services throughout the Bay Area. Renaissance's diverse funding pool includes fee for services, grants and contributions, CDBG grants through the City of San Francisco, San Mateo County and Redwood City, and grants from the U.S. Small Business Administration. Renaissance's 2019 budget is $3.7M and we require an A133 single audit.
Looking forward to our next 30 years of impacting Bay Area communities, Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center is poised to help thousands of individuals achieve personal, financial, and social transformation through the power of small business. A success story of our own for the past three decades, Renaissance has helped open more businesses than any other non–profit in the Bay Area, and according to the Aspen Institute, posts the best record for business longevity. From inception to business planning, access to capital and resources, and ongoing assistance that growing businesses require, Renaissance fuels community vitality by empowering under–served individuals to start businesses that bring jobs, character, and sustainable economic health to the local economy.