If you’re seeking a meaningful career where you can positively impact your local community, consider joining our team at NWRRC. Our nonprofit organization is dedicated to supporting individuals as they transition from various aspects of the Criminal Justice system back into their communities and families. Through our programs and services, we’re committed to helping our residents succeed while also ensuring public safety.

At NWRRC, we believe that everyone deserves a second chance. We’re proud to be a part of the solution, providing our residents with the support and resources they need to reintegrate successfully into society. Our mission is to guide and encourage our residents to develop and implement an individualized plan that supports their successful transition back into their communities and families, without reoffending. We also focus on constant supervision, structured accountability, and community protection, allowing our residents to thrive and become productive members of society.

We are always seeking passionate, dedicated, and skilled individuals to join our team. As an NWRRC team member, you’ll have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of those we serve.

If you’re committed to making a positive impact in your community and share our values and mission, we encourage you to explore the career opportunities available at NWRRC. Our website features a list of open positions that we update regularly.

Here are just a few of the many perks of working with us:

  • Health and wellness: We believe that healthy employees are happy employees, which is why we offer 100% premium coverage for medical, dental, and vision insurance for all staff members. We also provide fitness incentives to keep our team members feeling great both inside and outside of the workplace.
  • Retirement planning: Planning for the future has never been easier with our employer-funded SEP-IRA retirement plan. After just one year of employment, staff members are eligible for a generous 7% employer contribution to their retirement account, paid out quarterly.
  • Time off: We offer generous PTO, vacation, and sick time allowances for all full-time staff members. Staff receives 6 to 12 days of PTO depending on department, as well as accrue up to 12 days of additional vacation and 12 days of sick time annually, to start.
  • Education assistance: We value our employees’ professional development and encourage our staff to pursue higher education in their field of interest. Through our tuition assistance program, eligible employees can receive up to 50% coverage for tuition and course fees.
  • Free meal: Our Food Services team prepares delicious meals daily and staff working during meal service can enjoy their food for free.

For inquiries or to apply for an open position, contact Jessica Dietz, Human Resources Manager, at jessicad@nw-rrc.org.

Fiscal Manager
Department: Administration
Full Time
Portland, Oregon, United States - 97218

The Northwest Regional Re-entry Center NWRRC is hiring for our next Fiscal Manager. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of an organization that makes a difference.

Our ideal Fiscal Manager is someone who is experienced in finance and accounting, and who has a passion for being a part of a team with the mission of making a difference in other people's lives. We are a small organization of about 50 staff and we are a close team. Our current Fiscal Manager has been with the organization for almost 10 years and is now retiring. This is a management-level position that is responsible for all aspects of the financial functions of the organization, in collaboration with the Executive Management Team and in support of the organization's strategic plan. This is a hands-on position and is a department of one.

As a contractor with several government agencies, NWRRC receives revenues on a fee-per-service basis. The organization is not significantly involved in grants and other traditional non-profit finance activities.

NWRRC is a non-profit 501c3 contractor organization which has been in continuous operation since 1964. We operate a 150-plus bed residential re-entry center and provide transitional services to offenders re-entering society from incarceration, for probation clients serving sanctions for violations of their supervised release, and for those under community restoration orders. Our mission and purpose is to support, educate and encourage our residents to do the work necessary, to develop and implement an Individualized Program Plan, that guides them in the successful transition back into their communities, including finding functional support systems, employment and housing, without reoffending. While a resident is in our program we are also committed to assuring constant supervision, providing structure for accountability, engaging them with social-emotional based, life skills learning activities and as a result protecting the community.


We offer great benefits and perks. Here are some highlights on what we offer:

  • Pay: The salary range is currently scaled at $85,000 to $105,000. Final salary determination will be dependent on qualifications and experience.
  • Medical, dental and vision: NWRRC pays 100% of the premium cost for you. Health insurance begins the first of the month following date of hire.
  • Retirement: NWRRC offers an employer-funded SEP-IRA retirement plan. After 1 year, and on a quarterly basis, you will receive a 7% employer contribution into your account.
  • Time off: All fulltime staff receive and accrue 18 days 3.6 weeks of paid vacation time and accrue 12 days of sick time annually, to start.
  • Tuition Assistance: Staff who are working on a degree or certificate in a related field of study can apply for this program. NWRRC will cover up to 50% of eligible tuition and course fees.
  • Fitness: We will pay staff up to $50 monthly for going to the gym/exercising.
  • Free Meal: Staff who work over meal service can eat for free from our cafeteria. We have a great food service program.


  • Education: Bachelor's or Master's degree in Accounting or Finance from an accredited college or university is required, MBA or CPA preferred.
  • Experience: Must have 3+ years managing and performing the accounting and financial operations of an organization, including experience with the "hands on" entry of accounting information. The position requires knowledge of GAAP and best practices in nonprofit finance. Experience and proficiency with QuickBooks is required. Prior supervisory or work leadership experience is preferred.
  • Availability: This position is Monday through Friday at the facility. There is room for flexibility on working hours, but is generally regular business hours onsite. This is not a remote position.
  • Clearance: Must successfully pass a Federal background check, state background check, and drug screening to work in a facility with Federal offenders. The use of/testing positive for any mind-altering substance, including marijuana, is a disqualifier.

Sample of Responsibilities:


  • Maintains general ledger and all financial records
  • Develops and monitors budgets, investments, cash position, and financial statements
  • Financial reporting to the Board of Directors and other key stakeholders
  • Prepare payables and check run on biweekly basis
  • Design and implement internal controls
  • Ensures that all financial records are within generally accepted accounting practices
  • Reconciles accounts and prepares monthly and year end closing activities
  • Contract reporting, invoicing, and compliance monitoring
  • Manage annual audit and work with CPA firm in preparation of annual information returns
  • Negotiates and tracks costs of employee benefits plans, including medical, dental, retirement, EAP, and supplementary


  • Serves as key member of management leadership team
  • Advises Director in all matters of executive level decision making as requested including organizational visioning, strategic planning, personnel actions, risk management analysis and other high level organizational issues.
  • Maintain insurance policies and incident reporting to insurers
  • Serves as back up to HR with payroll systems including electronic timecard system and backup to prepare payroll biweekly in partnership with third party processor

Thank you for your interest in joining our team!

NWRRC provides equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information or any other protected characteristic under applicable law.

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NWRRC provides equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information or any other protected characteristic under applicable law.