CGR invites applications for Chief Financial Officer. The CFO is responsible for internal control structure, maintenance of general ledger, annual budget preparation and presentation, annual audit, maintenance of banking and investment advisor relationships, investment accounting and reporting (to Board of Trustees), placement of all risk management and insurance policies and practices. The CFO also upholds solid project management processes, the maintenance of an efficient operating environment and the creation, administration and evaluation of policies and procedures related to CGR’s operations and protection of CGR’s best interests.
CGR invites applications for a team member at the Senior Research Associate level (or higher subject to qualifications) to support/direct projects involving program and initiative evaluations, landscape scans/asset mapping, strategy assessment and strategic planning, community indicators, collective impact consulting, white paper development, and other community change efforts in the nonprofit sector and communities. While the position would primarily work in our Nonprofits & Communities practice area, it would be expected to support (as needed) a range of projects across CGR’s other main practice areas: Government & Education, Economics & Public Finance, and Health & Human Services. As such, this position is a unique opportunity to gain exposure to a broad range of public policy issues at the local and regional level. Review of applications will begin on September 26, 2019 and continue until the position is filled.
Implementing a Landmark Municipal Consolidation | Princeton, NJ
CGR designed and facilitated implementation of the merger of Princeton township and borough, the largest consolidation in New Jersey in nearly a century. Through its second year, the new approach has saved taxpayers more than $2 million and yielded lower tax rates.
Highlighting Links Between Transportation and Poverty | Rochester, NY
Local transportation nonprofit in upstate New York wants rigorous analysis examining intersections between transit and poverty to help inform and drive advocacy for improved and more equitable transit options in their city and county.