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Become a part of our dynamic team. Careers with Capital CFO+ range from bookkeeping positions to Chief Financial Officers. We specialize in nonprofits and small to medium-sized entities.

Chief Financial Officer (PT or FT options available)

Capital CFO+ outsources bookkeeping and financial oversight services to small-to-mid-sized companies and nonprofits. The position is responsible for a roster of clients with flexible scheduling. Position is home office based with on-site work at client locations required.

Our experienced team of consultant CFOs is responsible for managing clients’ finances, including financial planning, management of financial risks, recordkeeping, and financial reporting. Our CFOs are also responsible for the analysis of data.


  • Preparation and management of Financial Statements
  • Strategic Planning & Budgeting
  • Ensuring segregation of costs
  • Act as liaison and manage reporting and relationships with a company’s bank, insurance & external auditors
  • Partner Resource: navigate the process with and for our clients to make sure they are covered in all areas of their business.

Experience/skills needed:

  • 1-3 years’ experience as a CFO or controller required
  • Associate or bachelor’s degree in accounting
  • Attention to detail and strong organizational skills
  • QuickBooks, desktop, and online required
  • Deadline-oriented and able to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Confidentiality in all interactions with clients
  • Time management with the ability to multi-task
  • Self-motivated and able to work with minimal supervision

Pay rate: $30-$35/hr. depending on experience

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Bookkeepers (PT or FT Options Available)

Capital CFO+ outsources bookkeeping and financial oversight services to small-to-mid-sized companies and nonprofits. The bookkeeper is responsible for recording the financial transactions of a client’s business (sales, receipts, purchases, and disbursements), and ensures the accuracy and creation of internal financial statements.
The Bookkeeper is responsible for a roster of clients with flexible scheduling, working on-site at client locations.


  • Maintain the chart of accounts
  • Process invoices, and payments
  • Enter AP invoices and journal entries
  • Asset, liability, and capital account entries
  • Prepare and issue financial statements
  • Maintain an orderly accounting filing system
  • Document all financial transactions and enter account information
  • Assemble information for external auditors for the annual audit
  • Secure financial information by completing data base backups
  • Issue invoices and vouchers to customers/clients
  • Conduct periodic reconciliations of all accounts to ensure their accuracy

Experience needed:

  • Journal entry preparation and account reconciliations
  • Accounting and corporate finance
  • Knowledge of standard accounting policies, procedures, and the accounting cycle
  • Data entry management with reporting skills and proficiency in QuickBooks and MS Excel
  • Attention to detail and strong organization skills
  • Deadline-oriented and able to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Confidentiality
  • Time management with the ability to multi-task
  • Complying with federal, state, and local financial legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation, enforcing adherence to requirements, and advising management on needed actions


  • Valid drivers license
  • Reliable transportation

Reports to: Director of Accounting
Status: Non-Exempt

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We are currently recruiting for the following positions.

Child Care Health Trainer/Coach

Brightside Up, Inc., is a childcare resource and referral agency (CCR&R) located in Menands, New York. Dedicated to providing expert resources to the Capital Region in order to improve the availability and quality of childcare and to assist families in finding childcare, Brightside Up is seeking a Child Care Health Consultant. Child Care Health Consultants (CCHCs), provide consultation, technical assistance, coaching, and training for providers of childcare to enhance their response to the health and safety needs of young children. This program recognizes the need to integrate health prevention and promotion activities within the childcare setting to assure high quality care and healthier children through a statewide network of health and safety nursing consultants and the development of training tools and resources.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Underscore the importance of a primary health care provider to serve as the “medical home” for each child.

  • Ensure a system for communication among the childcare provider, parent, and primary health care provider and consult when health issues arise.

  • Perform on-site assessments of the childcare environment and/or program operations.

  • Assist childcare providers in developing general policy statements and an annual plan for the childcare program ( e g , management of infectious diseases, fevers, and use of medications, and exclusion policies).

  • Provide telephone consultation to childcare providers as issues arise concerning specific policies and procedures.

  • Help childcare providers obtain, understand, and use information about the health status of individual children and staff.

  • Educate children, their family members, and childcare providers about child development, mental and physical health, safety, nutrition, and oral health issues.

  • Link staff, families, and children with community health resources.

  • Help identify and implement improvement plans.

  • Educate and collaborate with licensing staff and policy makers to improve regulations, inspections, resources, and policies that promote safe and healthy childcare.

  • Conduct on-site visits to childcare programs to officially approve health care plans.

  • Provide Medications Administration Training (MAT) and other health related trainings for childcare providers.

  • Develop and conduct workshops on requested topics and create training seminars for early childhood and school-age educators.

  • Maintain up-to-date records and program logs on all services provided.

  • Provide families with information on children’s development.

  • Facilitate weekly professional development workshops.

  • Provide regular onsite coaching in childcare programs.

  • Conduct observation utilizing evidence-based (and setting appropriate) tools and analyze results to create and implement individualized actions plans and goals.

  • Encourage, support, motivate, and work interactively with caregivers to develop and implement goals.

  • Support caregivers to provide environments and opportunities which promote children’s growth and development.

  • Support providers to develop individual plans to improve their environments, teaching practices to support young children’s growth and development, and overall program quality.

  • Represent the agency at professional meetings and outreach events.

  • Write newsletter articles and appear on television or radio.

  • Participate in local, regional, and/or national professional practice networks.


  • Education and experience: Registered Nurse, Physician, Nurse Practitioner, or Physician’s Assistant with a valid New York State license.
  • A NYS Verified Trainers certificate required.
  • Must have insured vehicle and be legally eligible to drive to regular program assignments.
  • Work with a flexible schedule and demonstrate effective time management.
  • Able to speak effectively before groups of people, or employees of the organization.
  • Three to five years of experience.

Salary Range:

$50,000-$55,000 depending on experience.

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Infant and Toddler Mental Health and Wellness Specialist

Brightside Up, Inc., is a childcare resource and referral agency (CCR&R) located in Menands, New York. Dedicated to providing expert resources to the Capital Region in order to improve the availability and quality of childcare and to assist families in finding childcare, Brightside Up is seeking an Infance and Toddler Mental Health and Wellness Specialist. Reporting to the Development and Education Director, the Infant and Toddler Mental Health and Wellness Specialist will provide a broad range of services, including infant and toddler mental health consultation in classrooms, family child care homes and through home visits; training and coaching staff and parents; screening, assessment and referral services; and providing parent trainings and dyadic coaching. The Specialist will also collect required data, maintain records, and support compliance in all facets of child care regulations.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assess strengths and challenges within the infant toddler setting/environment, as well as teacher/provider practice.
  • Support infant/toddler staff in creating a prosocial learning environment.
  • Engage infant/toddler staff and programs in promoting and encouraging adult resilience.
  • Guide use of developmental, social and emotional screening tools.
  • Provide Practice Based Coaching (PBC) for infant and toddler staff. Coach infant and toddler staff in using them to support a child or children at risk.
  • Together with teaching staff and families, plan, implement, and monitor specific interventions for individual children or classrooms.
  • Develop and conduct training and workshops for staff and parents.
  • Help early childhood programs foster relationships with community services and providers.
  • Work with early childhood program administration to develop inclusive policies for working with children.
  • Develop and grow partnerships with schools and community organizations, and work collaboratively with site staff by providing site-specific mental health consultation.
  • Attend site meetings as appropriate; including case conferences.
  • Maintain up-to-date clinical records and program logs on all services provided.
  • Conduct observations and assessments of individual children as assigned or referred for consultation.
  • Meet with families to consult on child and family needs and create or follow-up on plans to support these needs.
  • Engage community based mental health providers to engage families.
  • Facilitate interdisciplinary teams with child care programs staff, early intervention staff, and community mental health organizations.
  • Conduct home visits to support the mental health needs of families and children.
  • Provide parent café meetings and/or parent-child dyadic coaching.


  • Master’s Degree in Early Childhood, Psychology, Special Education or Social Work.
  • Three to five years’ experience in an early childhood education program or early intervention.
  • Demonstrated understating of infant, toddler, and early mental health.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of child mental health services system.
  • Demonstrated experience with clinical documentation.
  • Experience formulating and writing assessments and support plans, preferably for infant and toddler children.
  • Experience with evidence-based practices and curricula to promote infant and toddler mental health.
  • Knowledge of early care and education.
  • Must have insured vehicle and be legally eligible to drive to regular program assignments.

Salary Range:


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Executive Director – Saratoga Arts Center

Saratoga Arts operates the Community Arts Center, located on the corner of historic Congress Park in Saratoga Springs, New York, which serves all genres of arts and culture. Saratoga Arts seeks an Executive Director to lead the organization as we begin a $2,000,000 revitalization project in partnership with the City of Saratoga Springs to provide state of the art facilities for creativity to thrive for many generations to come.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Board of Directors

  • Serve as ex officio member of the board, the Executive Committee, and other standing and ad hoc board committees.
  • Help President and committee chairs convene general board meetings and meetings of Finance,
  • Development, Facilities, and Governance Committees, including agenda development and material preparation.
  • Serve as liaison between board and staff, volunteers, & members.
  • Advise Board of current and best practices in Non-profit operations, staffing, city collaborations, and facilities.


  • Develop, maintain and implement both short-term/long term strategic planning.
  • Provide institutional knowledge, industry parameters and guidance to the executive committee to facilitate relevant successful design, implementation, revisions, and benchmarks of the strategic plan.
  • Incorporate and maintain Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, land acknowledgment and community impact pledges for parameters of success.


  • Work with Treasurer, Finance Committee, and Development Committee to develop and maintain annual organization budget, strategic planning, fundraising.
  • Maintain bank accounts, and prudently manage resources
  • Provide ongoing fiscal oversight for all programing and administrative expenses
  • Support accountant’s preparation of annual tax filings and audits.
  • Prepare monthly financial reports for the Treasurer and Finance Committee.

Resource Development

  • In alignment with strategic planning goals and in collaboration with the Board, facilitate quarterly all fundraising & development efforts.
  • Develop a funding strategy for the organization
  • Oversee research, write, and submit applications and supporting material, payment vouchers, and required reports for NYSCA and NYS operational support and SCR regranting.
  • Cultivate, write, submit, and report on revenue sources garnered from private foundations and other governmental grants.
  • Conduct donor prospect research to identify potential contribution sources, cultivate relationships and solicit private donations and corporate sponsorships.


  • Oversee all aspects of operational staffing
  • Staff size of approximately 10 employees
  • Public & Community Relations
  • Oversee and create all aspects of public relations.
  • Oversee and create all marketing and outreach.

Facilities Management

  • Serve as liaison with City of Saratoga Springs on building maintenance and lease renewal
  • With the assistance of the Assoc. Director, research, negotiate, and maintain communications with all vendors & service providers
  • With the assistance of the Assoc. Director, schedule and assist with annual Fire Dept, building alarm system, and boiler inspections
  • Theater space management Facilitate staffing/contractors for hands-on building and grounds maintenance and repairs

Information & Technology

  • Identify hardware and software needs and budget accordingly.
  • With the assistance of the Assoc. Director, research and purchase equipment and software to fulfill administrative and program goals.
  • Facilitate resources for hands-on IT management
  • Identify, hire, and work with experts and technicians on IT and A-V maintenance and repair


  • Paid vacation, holidays
  • Medical Insurance
  • Retirement plan

Salary Range:

$85,000 – $95,000 DOE

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