The Chief Financial Officer reports directly to the CEO. He/she provides leadership, directs, and supervises Fiscal personnel, and purchasing activities. The CFO oversees the management and coordination of all fiscal reporting activities for the organization. The individual is responsible for preparing internal and external financial reports, statements and budgets. He/she will help the organization sustain its mission by taking a proactive role in strategic planning and forecasting. Other duties include:
· Executes all the state agencies and local counties financial reports for each program's fiscal year as well as the corresponding required annual financial statement at the close of the fiscal year.
· Participates in the development of long and short-term plans and objectives of the organization and its component departments and programs.
· Oversees the Fiscal department, which includes supervising the billing, payroll, payables and accounting functions.
· Oversees the management and coordination of all Fiscal internal and external audits.
· Develops and maintains systems of internal controls to safeguard revenue.
· Oversees and monitors banking activities and ensures that there is adequate cash flow to meet the organization's needs.
· Coordinates payment to our outstanding accounts payable vendors with the cash available as determined by a cash flow analysis.
· Oversees all purchasing activity.
· Confers and makes recommendations to the CEO relative to budgeting, planning and forecasting for departments and programs.
· Prepares and presents financial reports to the Board of Directors and Finance Committee of the Board as directed. Attends all other relevant committees and subcommittees of the board.
· Provides leadership, supervises, evaluates and develops Fiscal department staff.
· Ensures Fiscal personnel are current with payroll law, trends and developments.