The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) oversees all processes, policies and systems related to finance, accounting and information management. Responsibilities include budgeting, financial forecasting, planning and analysis, treasury and risk management, and reporting.
- Provide leadership, direction, and management of the accounting team.
- Lead financial analysis including planning and budgeting, analysis related to new program development, financial accounting systems and procedures.
- Ensure timely and accurate preparation of investor and funder reports.
- Oversee preparation of all financial statements and reporting; report financial results to the board of directors.
- Advise and implement strategic planning initiatives with financial resources, long-term business and financial planning.
- Provide strategic recommendations to the CEO/president and members of the executive management team.
- Monitor and improve internal controls, as needed.
- Manage cash, investments and liquidity needs for loan funds and operating accounts; facilitate acquisition of capital.
- Collaborate with auditors to conduct smooth annual audits and tax filings; stay up to date on all industry pronouncements that impact nonprofit and financial reporting.
- Serve as primary contact with banks, investors and money managers.
- Maintain appropriate corporate insurance coverage.
- Assist with applications and grant applications.
- Establish, manage, and administer fiscal agency relationships.
- Four-year degree in accounting, finance or related field plus 10+ years of experience as a controller, senior financial manager or CFO in a small to mid-sized business
- CPA license
- Solid financial accounting, statement preparation and analytical skills
- Proven cash management skills, i.e. cash flow, forecasting and budgeting
- Strong working knowledge of accounting software and spreadsheet applications
- Demonstrated experience/expertise in financial planning and budgeting, including projections of loans receivable and payable; preparation of external financial statements/footnotes; assessment and improvement of financial systems and procedures; cash management; and information systems management
- Experience building and leading a high-performing team
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Positive attitude with strong interpersonal skills – able to work with people at all organizational/community levels
- Ability to handle multiple priorities at once
- Team player – committed to working in a collaborative, team environment
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs, including Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint
- Superior organization and time management skills with attention to detail
- Knowledge of (or willingness to learn) community development resources, community needs
• Financial services experience (i.e., lending, funding and portfolio risk analysis)
• Real estate development, banking, nonprofit knowledge/experience
Competitive pay along with comprehensive benefits options including medical, dental and vision insurance; 403(b) retirement plan (with company contribution); company-paid life insurance; long-term disability insurance; and generous paid time off.