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Director of Budget & Operations

All Our Kin

All Our Kin

Accounting & Finance, Operations
Leesburg, VA, USA
Posted on Wednesday, March 27, 2024


Position Title: Director of Budget & Operations

Reports to: Chief Financial & Operations Officer

Position Status: Full-Time

Location: Remote. However, travel to NYC or CT is required occasionally as needed.

Target Start Date: May 31, 2024

Salary Range: 101K to $117K

About All Our Kin

All Our Kin is a national nonprofit organization that trains, supports, and sustains family child care educators. Through our programs, family child care educators, who nurture our youngest learners from their own homes, succeed as small business owners and early childhood specialists. In turn, parents have access to high-quality, affordable child care, and infants and toddlers gain the enriching experiences that prepare them to succeed.

All Our Kin is recognized as a national model and has been proven to raise the quality, availability, and sustainability of family child care. Today, we serve over 1,100 family child care educators in Connecticut and New York. In addition, we have worked with agencies in more than 25 states through training and technical assistance, reaching 45,000 children a year, and through our policy initiatives, we are shaping a new vision for family child care in the U.S.

At All Our Kin, we use a strength-based, high-touch approach to support educators through the licensing process, business and educational coaching, and much more. As we approach our 25th anniversary, we are seeking to hire dedicated innovators who share our vision of a family child care workforce that is supported, fairly compensated, and treated equitably.

We live by our mission, and extend the same support to our staff as we do our educators. We seek to build a team that reflects the diversity we celebrate in our communities. We strive to grow as individuals and as an organization to end systems of oppression and promote justice. We encourage individuals of all backgrounds to apply for this position, and do not discriminate on any basis prohibited by applicable law.

What You Will Do

Key Responsibilities

Budgeting, Grants Management, and Reporting

  • Lead All Our Kin’s annual budgeting process, ensuring alignment with strategic goals and fiscal guidelines.

  • Ensure budget changes are reconciled and result in a balanced budget.

  • Analyze financial data to produce actionable insights and reports for forecasting and analysis.

  • Provides timely and accurate monthly and quarterly financial reporting including budget vs actual reports for each funding source and site and program.

  • Manage grant reporting processes, including proposal development, pre- and post-award activities, and ongoing budget monitoring.

  • Manage Cash Flow activities.

  • Collaborate effectively with stakeholders across the All Our Kin community.

  • Ensure financial compliance with all grants and contracts in collaboration with the Development team.

  • Work closely with the Chief Financial Officer to achieve departmental objectives.


  • Work with our outsourced vendor to manage organization’s overall IT needs.

  • Support the organization in IT onboarding of new staff.

  • Collaborate with internal staff to track IT assets in compliance with GAAP and Uniform Guidance requirements.

  • Develop, update, and administer policies and procedures relating to finance and operations.

  • Other tasks as assigned.

Who You Are

Hold deep beliefs in and commitments to

o Making high-quality early care and education available to all children.

o Combatting systemic racism and injustice.

o All Our Kin’s values and model

Experienced and Able to

o Build relationships with diverse stakeholders.

o Communicate well in writing and speaking.

o Set priorities and manage multiple deadlines in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment.

o Experience with Intacct and is a plus.

o Offer, receive, and respond to regular feedback. Be accountable.

o Balance accountability with emotional intelligence when interacting with staff at all levels.

o Be a high performer with meticulous attention to details.

o Demonstrate discretion with confidential information.

Eager to build on

o 3-5 years of increasingly responsible experience, including 2-3 years in a supervisory and management capacity. Previous experience with non-profit financial operations is highly desired. Track record of building, motivating, and developing finance or accounting teams.

o A master’s degree in business administration, accounting, finance, management, economics, or another relevant field.

o A history of demonstrating discretion with confidential information.

What You Can Expect

When you join All Our Kin, you join the best community - game-changers who care passionately about creating equitable outcomes through thriving child care programs. As we scale All Our Kin’s reach, we strive to maintain the collaborative, values-centered environment that is our hallmark and to continually invest in the backbone of our organization: our talented, mission-driven team.

We know that you can only give your all when we give ours. All Our Kin is an equal-opportunity employer and recognizes that diversity and opportunity are fundamental to children’s lives and to our work. We offer competitive salaries and benefits, a flexible schedule, and the opportunity to work with a team of skilled, motivated, and committed professionals.

When you commit to All Our Kin, we commit to you. Some of the benefits we offer include, but are not limited to:

  • Competitive salary commensurate with experience

  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance

  • PTO- Over four weeks of annual paid time off as well as federal holidays, a December holiday (typically December 24 – January 1), and Summer Friday half days.

  • Retirement Plan- All Our Kin offers a 403(b) plan with employer matching up to 3 %