LINC Disability Director of Finance Position


Who We Are:

We are one of Idaho’s three Centers for Independent Living. We empower people with disabilities to achieve their desired level of independence. We offer tools, advocacy, and support so people can live the life of their own design, whatever that design may be. Our approach is built on trust, truth, transparency, and an unwavering belief that independent living and personal choice are civil rights worth fighting for.


Position Summary:

The Director of Finance is a strategic leader who works closely with the senior leadership team and strives to ensure the strategic goals of the organization are met. They provide leadership and support to business operation and the implementation of strategic objectives. In this senior level financial position, the Director of Finance is responsible for providing internal customer service by supporting, planning, implementing, managing and controlling all financial-related activities of the organization.
This will include direct responsibility for accounting, payroll, forecasting, budgeting, and financial statements.


Location: Idaho LINC


Salary: $64,833 - $81,972

Total Compensation Package:

Our total compensation package includes:

  • Generous accrual of sick and vacation time
  • Two hours of paid time off every pay period to allow employee well-being activities
  • One personal paid day off per month
  • Employee medical/dental/vision/LTD/STD/Life paid at 100%
  • Employer contribution for family medical insurance
  • Employer retirement contribution
  • Professional development opportunities


Application Due Date: Open until filled


Job Responsibilities:

  • Leading the accounting and business operations of LINC
  • Leading a talented finance team
  • Working alongside program staff to ensure an understanding of finance policies and to stay updated on the status of the organization’s budget
  • Supporting the development of the annual budget
  • Overseeing the preparation of all required financial statements
  • Ensuring records are appropriately retained
  • Working with private and government funders
  • Coordinating the completion of all audits and the annual Form 990
  • Managing investments with direction from the Board
  • Evaluating and advising on the financial impact of long-range planning and introduction of new programs and strategies


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To Apply: Please send a cover letter, resume, and a minimum of three references to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If you need a reasonable accommodation to apply, please contact LeAnn Sullivan at (208) 336-3335 ext. 211