The purpose of financial management in the operation of all Rural and Migrant Ministry activities is to fulfill the organization’s Mission in the most effective and efficient manner and to remain accountable to RMM’s stakeholders, including clients, partners, funders, employees, the greater community, and regulatory agencies.
The Controller is responsible for auditing the Income and Expenses of the programs and events for which RMM receives funding, while supervising the Assistant Bookkeeper. The Controller accounts for the finances of RMM, as well as the individual programs in its 3 major Program areas which include: Accompaniment, Youth Empowerment and Education. Each Program area, as well as the approximately 3 to 4 Programs which fall under its umbrella requires its own financial reconciliation.
The Controller has the responsibility of producing and submitting all critical financial reports, for eg. Profit and Loss Statements, Balance Sheets, Financial Projections, Interim Budgets, Grant Expenditure Reports, Annual Budgets and all Financial requirements and reports for Federal, State and County Regulatory and Dept. of Labor agencies. Learn more.