Position: Financial Controller
Reports to: Executive Director
Accepting applications until September 30, 2023
The Controller oversees Adventure Cycling’s accounting operations, including revenues, expenses, property, cash flows, assets, and liabilities. Along with providing financial reporting expertise and cost analysis, the controller also ensures compliance with all applicable regulations and fiscal policies and procedures.
The Controller has direct contact with the management team, leadership team, board members, and staff, as well as with external auditors, and various local, state, and federal agencies. In addition to serving Adventure Cycling, the Controller works collaboratively with leaders concerning business operations. The Staff Accountant reports directly to the Controller.
As the largest nonprofit cycling organization in the country, Adventure Cycling has an impactful voice in policies and programs that advance the safety and accessibility of cycling. Adventure Cycling serves through its members and the bike travel community. Our cycling community encourages and supports countless cyclists each year as they explore the beauty and history of America while tending to their mental and physical well-being. For nearly half a century, Adventure Cycling has created life-changing experiences that deepen appreciation for our country’s diverse cultures, communities, landscapes, and people. Adventure Cycling headquarters are based in Missoula, MT, and we acknowledge and honor the Indigenous peoples who consider this land their home. The area’s natural abundance was stewarded by many peoples including the Blackfeet, Crow, Shoshone, Cheyenne, Kootenai, Pend d’Oreilles and Salish for millennia before colonization, and continues to be to this day.
The Staff and Board of Directors of Adventure Cycling Association believe in the power of bicycle travel to open minds and change the way the world explores. We envision a future where this organization draws staff, tour leaders, members, board members, and riders from the whole of our society. For this to occur, bicycle travel has to be available for everyone.
We are committed to listening to BIPOC, LGBTQ, and other marginalized peoples and understanding the systems contributing to oppression while also working to provide more resources and support for these communities.
The Adventure Cycling Association acknowledges its place in this power dynamic. As an organization we have benefitted from white privilege omnipresent in the United States and must use our power to hire, support, empower, and create safe spaces for Black, Indigenous and People of Color, LGBTQIA+, and Femme/Trans/Women communities.
Elements of job duties may require occasional moving of up to 15 pounds and the ability to occasionally stoop, kneel or crouch; candidates not able to meet such demands can possibly work with staff or others to accommodate.
This is a full time, exempt position (average 40 hrs/week). The schedule varies by supervisor, but is generally M-F, 8 am-5 pm MST. We are located at Adventure Cycling’s headquarters in beautiful and bike-friendly Missoula, Montana. This is a remote-based position. Benefits include paid time off, holidays, an additional fully paid one-week bike vacation (a.k.a. “bike respite”), medical, dental, and vision coverage, life insurance, and retirement plan. We have a wonderful office in downtown Missoula, with plenty of bike racks! Adventure Cycling Association is an equal opportunity employer.
Please submit cover letter and resume here.