Comptroller | Kodiak Area Native Association | Kodiak, Alaska
The Position and Leadership Opportunity
Kodiak Area Native Association seeks a Comptroller with strong accounting and financial management experience, a high attention to detail, and an ability to work collaboratively and sustain relationships. The incoming leader will be a strategic partner to the Finance Director and is responsible for timely and accurate audits, budgets, reporting, and financial grants management.
The Comptroller will directly supervise a team of four, including an Assistant Comptroller, a Senior Staff Accountant, and two Staff Accountants, and will work closely with the Tribal Support Accountant. The Comptroller will guide and develop their team helping to grow their knowledge and abilities and ensure KANA continues its trend of over 15 years of clean audits. As a finance and accounting subject matter expert, the Comptroller serves as a partner and support to leaders at KANA, promoting knowledge and effective use of financial tools and policies and procedures. In addition to providing finance support to KANA, the Comptroller and the finance team support external KANA business activities and Kodiak area villages and Tribes.
KANA is the intertribal consortium of the federally recognized Alaska Native Villages and Indian Tribes in the Kodiak Island Area. The Comptroller will join a vibrant Alaska Native organization that provides exceptional patient-centered care, social services, and community development activities throughout the Kodiak Island Archipelago. In alignment with its mission to elevate the quality of life of the people we serve, the organization engages with the entire Kodiak region with a focus on Alaska Native Beneficiaries. This creates a unique and exciting environment to supervise and coach a team of finance professionals, provide technical finance expertise, and support the advancement of an organization with annual revenue of over $50 million, including more than 100 active state and federal grants.
The annual salary range is between $125,000 to $155,000 commensurate with qualifications and experience. KANA provides generous benefits and relocation.
To read the full position profile and apply, visit: https://www.forakergroup.org/site/index.cfm/cboard-view/9190 KANA is an Equal Opportunity Employment employer exercising Native preference in accordance with Public Law 93-638. When submitting application materials, please indicate if you are claiming Alaska Native or American Indian hiring preference. For questions, contact Ryan Smith, lead recruiter, at KANAComptroller@forakergroup.org Communications will be treated in confidence and resumes will be accepted until position is filled. Resume reviews begin immediately.
KANA is an Equal Opportunity Employment (EOE) employer exercising Native preference in accordance with P.L. 93-638. All offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of pre-employment screenings, including criminal background check and drug screen.
About Kodiak Area Native Association
KANA is the inter-tribal consortium of the federally recognized Alaska Native Villages and Indian Tribes in the Kodiak Island Area that have authorized KANA to receive their Alaska Tribal Health Compact funding. KANA was founded as an Alaska nonprofit corporation in 1966 by the Tribes of the Koniag Region. Following passage of the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act, Public Law 93-638, KANA greatly expanded its operations and now provides healthcare and community services, together with economic development activities, throughout the Kodiak Island Archipelago, including Kodiak and the outlying villages of Akhiok, Karluk, Larsen Bay, Old Harbor, Ouzinkie and Port Lions.
In alignment with its mission to elevate the quality of life of the people we serve, KANA received Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) status in 2013. KANA is dually funded by the Indian Health Service and the Health Resources and Services Administration to serve and prioritize the unique health needs of Alaska Natives, American Indians, and the Kodiak community. Additionally, KANA provides healthcare and other services for United States Coast Guard service members and their families, eligible military veterans, and all individuals in the outlying villages.
KANA’s team includes nearly 300 dedicated individuals providing services in 10 locations. Annual revenue approaches $50 million. In 2020, KANA served almost 5,000 unique patients and clients through its health and community services. Through its economic development efforts, KANA works to build robust and sustainable communities through a variety of activities including job creation, business development, and community infrastructure projects. KANA provides integrated services with a commitment to cultural values, high-quality care, and excellent customer service.