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Chief Financial Officer


Position Summary

This position is responsible for the management of the financial resources and the overall financial well-being of the organization, its programs and subsidiaries.  

Position Description of Responsibilities    

The CFO position assumes the following tasks and responsibilities:

  • Oversees all aspects of the organization’s financial operations;
  • Actively manages the day to day accounting and financial operations of the agency. 
  • Develops budgets for the agency as a whole, individual programs and new/proposed/expanded services, including the preparation of budget revisions as needed.
  • Prepares all financial reports in a timely and accurate manner; makes recommendations to the President & CEO, staff and board on all financial matters relevant to the successful operations of the organization.
  • Oversees the agency’s banking and investment activities and actively manages cash flow to ensure it meets agency needs.
  • Makes recommendations to strengthen the organizations internal financial controls and reporting processes.
  • Maintains accurate financial records in accordance with GAAP standards with appropriate supporting documentation.
  • Assures staff adherence to agency fiscal policies and procedures, as well as financial work plans.
  • Works closely with the organization’s Board Treasurer, the audit committee and the executive committee, reports quarterly to the full Board of Directors or as required by the President & CEO. Report on financial results and issues to the President & CEO and Board of Directors.
  • Serves as agency’s primary liaison with its independent Auditor to ensure that annual audit is completed smoothly, successfully and in a timely manner.
  • Works closely with HR Coordinator on all employee benefits issues.
  • Track important KPIs and analyze trends.
  • Meets regularly with the President & CEO and Chief Operations Officer to discuss the financial health of the organization.
  • Works with management and staff to coordinate required financial and program reporting to the agency’s funding sources.

Position Qualifications

  • Proven experience as a CFO, preferably with a non-profit organization
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or Accounting required, CPA preferred
  • Five to ten years of experience in non-profit accounting or directly related to the duties and responsibilities of a CFO
  • Demonstrated non-profit financial management experience
  • Demonstrated experience managing a capital campaign
  • Ability to explain financial terms in simple language
  • Knowledge and experience managing the finances of a Community Development Financial Institution preferred
  • Excellent computer skills with competencies in Excel, Not-for-Profit Accounting Software (i.e. SAP and Blackbaud) and MS Word software applications essential