Position Title: Chief Financial Officer Department: Management
Supervisor: Chief Executive Officer
Reporting to and partnering with the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will set Community Assessment’s financial policy and direction for an $11M annual budget. The CFO is an active participant in, and driver of, the organization’s overall strategy. This person will lead all financial administration, business planning, and budgeting for a non-profit organization. As a member of the senior leadership team, the CFO will work closely with the finance and governance committee of the Board of Directors.
Specific responsibilities include:
· Partner with senior management on all operational and strategic issues as they arise; provide strategic recommendations to the Board of Directors based on financial analysis and projections, cost identification and allocation, and revenue/expense analysis.
· Participate in the ongoing strategic planning process as an integral member of the senior management team.
· Oversee long-term budgetary planning and cost management in alignment with Community Assessment’s strategic plan.
· Engage the board finance committee around issues, trends, and changes in the operating model and operational delivery.
Financial and Operational Management
· Oversee budgeting, budget implementation, monitor progress, and present operational metrics both internally and externally.
· Ensure that finance staff maintains financial record systems in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, and monitor the use of all funds.
· Oversee the preparation and approval of all financial reporting materials and metrics for funding organizations and Community Assessment’s Board of Directors; prepare and communicate monthly and annual financial statements.
· Manage cash flow and forecasting; direct all financial, project-based, and departmental accounting.
· The CFO will work closely with decision-makers in other departments to identify, recommend, develop, implement, and support cost-effective technology solutions for all aspects of the organization.
· Coordinate all audit activities.
The CFO will be a seasoned and mature leader with at least 10 years of broad finance experience, ideally beginning in audit, followed by experience gathering and evaluating financial information and making actionable recommendations to senior leadership. The ideal candidate will have experience managing finance (accounting, budgeting, control, and reporting).
The CFO will have the following experience and attributes:
· A minimum of a Bachelor in Accounting or related field; An MBA is required. A CPA/CMA is considered a plus.
· Mature and proactive, with evidence of having worked as a true business partner to the chief executive officer of a non-profit entity. If joining from the for-profit world, nonprofit board experience is preferred.
· Demonstrated excellence in managing finance, accounting, budgeting, control, and reporting.
· Skill in examining, developing, reengineering, and recommending financial policies and procedures.
· Strong analytical skills and experience interpreting a strategic vision into an operational model.
· A collaborative and flexible style, with a strong service mentality. Needs to be seen as a team player who is committed to lifelong learning.
· A hands-on manager with integrity and a desire to work in a dynamic, mission-driven environment.
· An effective communicator, with strong oral and written skills.
· Strong commitment to developing accounting team members.
· Demonstrated commitment to the social sector with a passion for the organization’s mission is essential.
$78,000 - $95,581
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