Director of Finance, Saginaw Community Foundation

The Saginaw Community Foundation is located in Downtown Saginaw, Michigan and was established in 1984 with a $50,000 grant from the Junior League of Saginaw Valley.  We are a $70 million Foundation with 9 full-time staff.

The Director of Finance (DOF) is responsible for the management of all Foundation financial accounting including, but not limited to, records, deposits, disbursements, bank statement reconciliation, revenue/expense statements, balance sheet and subsidiary ledgers of all funds.  The DOF works closely with the Foundation’s President & CEO, Finance/Audit and Investment Committees on investments, operations and forecasting. 

See full job description attached below.

Salary & Benefits: 

Salary will be based upon previous experiences.

How To Apply: 

Please e-mail resume and references to Renee Johnston (  Or, if you have questions, please call 989-755-0545.

Hiring Organization: 
Saginaw Community Foundation
Director of Finance
City and State: 
Saginaw, MI
Hiring Deadline: 
June 1, 2019

SCF believes that one of the greatest strengths of Saginaw County is the rich diversity of its residents.  The Foundation seeks to recognize and support that diversity, both in its grantmaking and in its personnel practices.

The Saginaw Community Foundation is an equal opportunity employer, and it prohibits discrimination in employment opportunities and practices on the basis of race, religion, marital status, pregnancy, physical size, disability, physical or mental ability, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, color, ethinic or national origin, results of genetic tesing, veteran status, or military obligations.

Any employee with questions or concerns about any type of discrimination in the workplace should bring these issues to the attention of the CEO or, if the discrimination involves the CEO, to the attention of the Board Chair in the manner set forth in Employee Reports and Investigations, below.

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