Finance Jobs Available

Aalto Invest

  • Director

    Investor Solutions,
    Director Aalto Invest.


    Job Description:
    The ideal candidate will:

    • Formulate strategy in U.S. operations to develop and grow loyal customer base;
    • Demonstrate solid knowledge in U.S. and European corporate pension plans, foundations and endowments, and insurance companies; and demonstrate familiarity with regulation with such plans;
    • Possess product management skills across real estate equity, debt, public equities;
    • Analyze market data, business trends and operating metrics aid investment decision-making;
    • Structure contracts and execute deals, including due diligence, negotiations and closing;
    • Represent the institution to the investment community, including attending investment manager meetings and industry conferences.

    Job Requirements:

    • Masters Degree in Finance or Finance related field; min. of 5 years experience in business and investment industry;
    • solid understanding of financial models in U.S. and European markets;
    • Client management skills;
    • Excellent communication skills in English; French and/or German is also preferred but not required.
    • Position based in Charlotte, NC.

    Please forward cover letter, resume/ CV, and references to:
    Aalto Invest, Attn: Hiring Manager
    128 South Tryon Street, Suite 1950,
    Charlotte, North Carolina 28202 


Hiring now: Aalto Invest

Aldersgate Retirement Community

  • Director of Development

    Aldersgate Retirement Community is seeking a Director of Development.


    This position is responsible for all fundraising activities. The successful candidate will have outstanding management, leadership, and organizational skills as well as the ability to multi-task and build positive relationships.


    Qualifications for the position include BA/BS degree with 3-5 years of proven professional experience in financial development with exceptional demonstrated skills in major gifts, capital campaign planning and management, planned giving and endowment programs.

    Current CFRE designation a plus.


    3800 Shamrock Drive
    Charlotte, NC 28215

    PHONE (704) 532-3100

    FAX (704) 532-7378



  • Floor Care Technicians

    Aldersgate Retirement Community is accepting applications for:


    Part time 1st Shift

    This position provides cleaning support for the facility. Handles trash removal. Maintains carpet and tile throughout the facility and provides cleaning support for other areas as necessary.


    Assists with equipment and furniture moves and provides set up for facility functions. 2-5 years of floor care experience preferred.


    Applications accepted Monday - Friday - 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


    3800 Shamrock Drive
    Charlotte, NC 28215

    (704) 532-3100

    Fax: (704) 532-7378



  • Medical Office Assistant

    Aldersgate Retirement Community

    Is accepting resumes for a certified Medical Office Assistant.

    Duties include:

    • Meeting and greeting clients,
    • Scheduling appointments,
    • Maintaining medical records,
    • Coding,
    • Assisting medical staff with a variety of tasks including phlebotomy, specimen collections, vital signs, EKGs, etc.


    Basic computer knowledge, strong verbal and written communication skills and excellent customer service skills required.

    The successful candidate will be a graduate of an accredited Medical Office Assistant program with two years related work experience preferred.

    3800 Shamrock Drive
    Charlotte, NC 28215

    704-532-3100 (p)

    704-532-7378 (fax)


  • Security Officer

    PRN All Shifts (some weekends)


    Aldersgate Retirement Community is currently accepting applications for a PRN security officer. There will be opportunities to work additional hours during the week on various shifts. This position is responsible for patrolling grounds and performing other security duties as assigned. Uniforms are provided. Qualified applicants must have a valid NC driver’s license and clean driving record.


    3800 Shamrock Drive

    Charlotte, NC 28215

    704-532-3100 (phone)

    704-532-7378 (fax)


  • Maintenance Technician

    1st Shift


    Aldersgate Retirement Community is currently accepting applications for a maintenance technician. This position troubleshoots and repairs mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC equipment. This position also provides assistance with preventative maintenance systems, special projects, and supports other areas of the maintenance department as needed. CFC Universal certification preferred; two to three years maintenance experience preferred, valid NC driver’s license, and clean driving record required.


    3800 Shamrock Drive

    Charlotte, NC 28215

    (704) 532-3100

    FAX (704) 532-7378



  • Controller

    Aldersgate Retirement Community is accepting applications for a Controller.


    This position prepares monthly and annual financial statements in accordance with GAAP principles; oversees AP, AR and billing; assists with debt compliance and reporting; leads the budget process; provides accurate and timely reporting to Senior Leadership and the management team; maintains account reconciliations and analysis; provides required reporting to financial institutions and regulators; responsible for completeness and accuracy of the GL including daily accounting transactions; coordinates and manages all audit and tax filings; develops and manages work procedures, standards and timelines relating to all accounting functions;


    Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting preferred, CPA required; excellent oral and written communication skills, three to four years of administrative experience and performing varied accounting duties is desirable. Proficient word processing and spreadsheet skills are required.


    3800 Shamrock Drive

    Charlotte, NC 28215

    Fax: (704) 532-7378




Hiring now: Aldersgate Retirement Community

Mitchell Community College

  • Executive Director of Financial Services

    Job Summary:

    Under supervision of the Vice President for Finance & Administration, the Executive Director of Financial Services manages all aspects of Financial Services, including Payroll, Purchasing, Equipment, Budgeting, fixed and capital assets, construction accounting and General Ledger for all funds of the College.


    Responsibilities also include overseeing management of the Bookstore operations.


    Essential Duties and Responsibilities, Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • Provide strategic leadership for college financial affairs to college administration, the financial services group, and other college staff and faculty within the framework of the Mitchell Community College mission
    • Oversee, monitor, and plan the coordination of and participate in the creation of the annual financial statements, notes, CAFR and Single Audit Package
    • Monitors the performance of high level research, and analysis on all funds and financial issues for accuracy, compliance with regulations, financial statement presentation, and budget preparation and management; report as needed to the MCC Board of Trustees, MCCEE Board of Directors and state and county government
    • Provide support to Administrators and Budget Managers in establishing, evaluating and administering their budgets or other financial issues; monitor and analyze budgets to keep the Vice President for Finance and Administration and the President informed of the college’s financial status
    • Supervise and monitor the efforts of the Financial Services department and Bookstore department including, supervision of the bookstore operations and vending.

    Related Responsibilities:

    • Communicate directly with the Office of North Carolina Community College System, the Office of the State Auditor, the Office of the State Controller, the Department of Purchase and Contract, the State Treasurer and other regulating agencies to ensure compliance with GAAP, state and federal regulations
    • Builds, develops and manages finance and IT team capable of carrying out needed initiatives. Stays abreast of trends and regulations to ensure effectiveness and compliance for the finance and information technology functions.
    • Prepare annual IPEDS, FISAP and other reports and surveys as requested by NCCCS and other agencies.
    • Oversee administrative computer security for the finance, payroll and accounts receivable/cashiering functions and provide technical support to accounting system users.
    • Maintain and update documentation for Financial Services procedures and staff job descriptions; work with Human Resources to maintain and update college policies and procedures pertaining to the financial area.
    • Prepare the Institutional Effectiveness Plan for Financial Services and SACSOC.
    • Serve on the Administration Council, Scholarship Committee, Diversity Enrichment Committee, Employee Search Committees and other committees as assigned.
    • Oversees and/or participates in special projects assigned by the President or Vice President for Finance and Administration

    Qualifications/minimum requirements:

    • A Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance with five to seven years of professional accounting experience.
    • North Carolina Community College Financial Services experience preferred.
    • The equivalent combination of education and related work experience may be considered.
    • Proficiency in the use of Excel and Word to produce accurate, professional documents using complicated formulas and other advanced functions.
    • Ability to analyze and interpret accounting data and communicate information in a clear and concise manner.
    • Ability to work independently and make value judgments which may set new policy.
    • Ability to schedule and organize workflow and coordinate efforts among and between different functional areas.
    • Ability to work efficiently and effectively with poise under pressure and against deadlines.
    • Exhibit a high degree of tact, energy, and resourcefulness in dealing with a variety of situations and people.
    • An understanding of and commitment to the unique nature and role of the College. The college is a learning-centered institution which requires employees to be life-long learners.

    Preferred Requirements:

    • MBA and/or CPA
    • Five year’s experience in a community college setting
    • Proficiency in the use of Colleague by Ellucian
    • Working knowledge of the principles and theories of fund accounting



    For more information on specific requirements, how to apply and preferred dates for applications.


    Human Resources 500 West Broad Street, Statesville, NC 28677

    (704) 878-4341 phone



Mitchell Community College is one of the fastest growing colleges with locations in Statesville and Mooresville. Come join our great community of instructors and staff.


Mission- MitchellCommunity College, a learning-centered institution, provides affordable, high quality educational and training programs and services to meet the changing and diverse lifelong learning needs of a multi-culturally diverse citizenry who live and work in a global society.


Purpose - MitchellCommunity Collegecommits its resources to:

  • Provide associate degree, diploma, and certificate programs to meet the pre-service and in-service workforce development needs for industry, business, government, and service occupations;
  • Provide associate degree programs for the first two years of academic courses leading to baccalaureate and professional degrees;
  • Provide each student the opportunity to develop the skills and values necessary to succeed in college;
  • Provide student development services including admissions, financial aid, counseling, and career planning, job placement, testing, and student activities to all students;
  • Provide educational opportunities to meet the professional, personal, and cultural needs of the community;
  • Serve the adult population with basic education and salable skills to enhance personal development through general and continuing education.


Belief Statements - The Faculty, Staff and administration of Mitchell Community College are committed to the philosophy of the comprehensive community college.


We believe:

  • Students and student success are the focal points of all efforts of the college;
  • We are a community college that respects and celebrates diversity and inclusion;
  • We have a responsibility to enhance the social, civic, cultural, and economic development of our community and its place in a global society;
  • We provide educational opportunities for those who might otherwise not have them;
  • We make data driven decisions and monitor our progress toward stated goals;
  • That we provide our employees with a safe and supportive work environment with the opportunity to grow and learn;
  • We must foster an environment of trust and teamwork as we move toward a common goal;
  • We must perform each day with competence, innovation and integrity;
  • We make a positive difference in the lives of our students, our employees and our community…our work matters.



  • Integrity - We demonstrate integrity through professional, ethical, transparent, and consistent behavior in both our decision-making and in our treatment of others; being accountable for our work and actions is the basis of trust.
  • Caring– We demonstrate caring through attentive and responsive action to the needs of students and others. We listen with open minds, speak kindly, and foster relationships based on mutual respect and trust.
  • Collaboration – We demonstrate collaboration through the mutual commitment of individuals and organizations who come together for a common cause, encouraging self-reflection, teamwork, and respect for ourselves and others.
  • Quality – We demonstrate quality through innovation in the continuous improvement of all processes and services, encouraging students and others to become creative thinkers.
  • Inclusion – We demonstrate inclusion by seeking involvement and providing access for those with diverse backgrounds to work toward a culture of equality while maintaining differences in a peaceful way.
  • Service – We demonstrate service by striving to make the communities we serve great places to live, work, and learn through our involvement, both as an organization and as individuals.
  • Leadership – We demonstrate leadership by nurturing the full development of those we serve, identifying and empowering individuals’ greatest strengths. 

National Surgical Healthcare

  • Financial Analyst


    National Surgical Healthcare (NSH) a rapidly growing surgical healthcare company, is seeking a Financial Analyst with 3-5 years (5 years max) of experience in a financial, analytical and data management environment to support the operations and finance teams.


    Primary responsibilities include

    • Providing comprehensive financial and project management support;
    • Analyzing and organizing qualitative and quantitative financial data;
    • Experience in contract and/or data analysis;
    • Data warehouse administration and reporting;
    • Quarterly contribution analysis files;
    • Monthly cost files;
    • Bi-monthly productivity reports;
    • Financial analysis of contract compliance;
    • Monthly, quarterly clinical quality reporting files;
    • Experience in working in healthcare, specifically managed care and/or supply chain, is preferred;
    • Ad hoc analysis for all senior level personnel.

    Candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree in finance, business or healthcare related field. Candidates must be self-motivated team players with demonstrated financial modeling experience, knowledge and application of statistical analysis including financial variance analysis, proficient in spreadsheet and database applications and possess excellent oral and written communication skills. Some experience with accounting processes is a plus. Knowledge of healthcare billing and reimbursement a major PLUS! Proficient in excel, power point, word and other database management software required.


    NSH offers a competitive compensation and benefits package including medical, dental, life, flexible spending, LTD and 401(K). Consideration will be given for a home-based arrangement if candidate if choice is unable to relocate. For confidential consideration, please email resume, including salary expectations, to:

    Susan Nash
    Director of Executive Recruitment
    National Surgical Healthcare


Hiring now: National Surgical Healthcare

Confidential Company #10

  • Financial Professional

    U.S. subsidiary of Asian regional headquartered company seeks financial professional to work in its Charlotte office. Candidates who are conversant in Chinese will have an added advantage, though not required.


    Primary responsibilities would include: Developing U.S. financial system under the directions of Asia parent company’s finance team. Ideal candidate will have at least 5-8 years’ experience working in a similar overseas subsidiary capacity.

    Other responsibilities will include: Statutory and management reporting, credit control, cash flow management, managing daily financial operations and compiling financial reports for corporate office.  


    Salary is commensurate with experience.

    Send resume to: 


Hiring now: Confidential Company #10

Town of Stallings

  • Town Finance Officer

    Town Finance Officer is responsible for the maintenance and safekeeping of financial and budget management activities.


    Duties performed by the Finance Officer include providing an overview to Town financial and budget systems, including assisting with budget preparation, research and tracking, gathering information for auditors and researching investments and programs with financial implications.


    Education: a four year degree in business, finance or accounting and considerable experience in public finance administration. Masters degree and/or CPA designation desired. Salary range $60,000. - $75,000 with benefits.


    Please visit our website: for full job description and about resume submission.


Hiring now: Town of Stallings