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Chief Financial Officer

Company: HRDC, Inc
Location: Bozeman
Posted on: August 5, 2022

Job Description:

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HRDC does not discriminate against any person including customers, employees, and applicants for employment on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sex, age, physical or mental disability, gender identity, reprisal, and where applicable, marital status, familial or parental status, sexual orientation, political ideas and beliefs, level of English skills, if all or part of an individual's income is derived from any public assistance program, or protected genetic information in employment or in any program or activity conducted or funded by HRDC, in the performance of contracts and the delivery of services or funding. Not all prohibited bases will apply to all programs and/or employment activities.
Job Opening Date: June 13, 2022
Job Closing Date:Until Filled
Anticipated Start: August 1, 2022
Job Status:This is a full time position (40 hours per week)
Salary:Starting at $112,000/year
General Summary of Purpose of this Position:
Through a respectful, constructive and energetic style, guided by the objectives and mission of the organization, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) plays an integral, supportive role in providing financial leadership for the organization and all programming, projects and initiatives. The position is responsible for overseeing the financial operations of the organization in compliance with a multitude of regulations and in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, implementing best practices for a whole organization finance approach, and coming up with strategic plans to improve their company's overall financial health. This position works closely with the CEO, Executive Team and Department Directors to review quarterly financial reports, identify and evaluate investment opportunities and implement budgeting initiatives across the organization.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities:
Duty Statements. This position has the following duties and responsibilities. They are listed starting with the most important. This listing does not include minor duties which constitute less than 5% of the position's time, unless such duties are significantly important or critical to the success of the position. Each of the duties listed below is considered an essential function of this job. (Essential functions are those functions that the employee must be able to perform unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation. Regular and predictable work schedule and attendance are considered essential functions).
Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities
Oversight of Financial Operations:

  • Plans and oversees operations of the Finance Department including accounting and reporting for general ledger,payroll, budgeting, and cash management for the organization and its subsidiary corporations.
  • Analyzes financial information detailing assets, liabilities, and capital and prepares balance sheets, revenue and expense statements, other reports to summarize current and projected organizational financial position on a monthly basis or more often if necessary, and reviews these with the Board of Directors, CEO, and Management Team.
  • Manages organizational cash flow, assets and investments in an effort to reduce debt and increase revenues, leverage existing resources and maximize return on investment.
  • Perform analytical, technical and administrative functions within a complex, diverse, and limited revenue environment.
  • Responsible for compliance across federal, state and other regulations, contractual and grant requirements, and financial accountability of the organization.
  • Devise and implement system for general accounting and insures efficiency and integrity of internal control and accounting systems and procedures;
  • Responsible for the financial policies and procedures of the organization including internal controls and other measures that ensure accuracy of accounting records.
  • Responsible for implementing the appropriate systems and technology to support efficient and effective finance operations.
  • Responsible for audits, tax filings and other required reporting for the organization and its subsidiary corporations.
  • Hire, train, and support the finance department with talent and capacity needed to support organizational mission
  • Serve as liaison with funding agency fiscal officials and serve as advocate for the agency whenever necessary

    Whole Organization Finance:

    • Works closely with the CEO, Executive Team and Department Directors to review quarterly financial reports, identify investment opportunities and implement budgeting initiatives across the organization
    • Provides the Board, CEO and management team with the technical information and analysis necessary to ensure sound planning and financially prudent decision making.
    • Supports programs, projects and initiatives in identifying cost effective measures and analyses that help us be good stewards of our public, private and donated resources.
    • Provides leadership and best practices in budgeting with a goals based approach that includes input from staff at every level of the organization.
    • Works closely with the leadership team to help guide resources through the organization in the service of our mission
    • Works closely with the leadership team to evaluate and analyze risk in meeting mission
    • Create timely reporting and information systems that allow the organization to take action based on the financial information provided
    • Provide financial forecasting and projections to support decision making for programming, projects and initiatives
    • Secure financing to support projects and initiatives
    • Develop, coach and support the financial management skill sets of program and department leaders.

      Strategic Direction to Improve Organizations Financial Health:

      • Formulate strategic direction in keeping with the overall organizational mission, tending those resources that mission most effectively and retaining enough resources to set the organization up for longevity and stability.
      • Manages agency cash flow, assets and investments in an effort to reduce debt and increase revenues, leverage existing resources and maximize return on investment.
      • Financial sustainability within programs, departments and as an organization is projected, managed, monitored and evaluated routinely.
      • Development of financial planning and sustainability is an ongoing inclusive process.
      • This position will use their experience in business development and financial planning to increase revenue and pay off liabilities, perform analytical, administrative and technical duties within a complex, diverse and limited revenue environment.

        Expected Outcomes:

        • Agency financial plans/budgets are developed and followed
        • Reports have a high degree of accuracy
        • Irregularities are communicated immediately to the CEO
        • The agency is in financial compliance with all grants
        • Financial systems are developed, documented and implemented efficiently as evidenced by documents, financial performance targets being met
        • Fiscal monitoring/audit findings are minimal
        • Budgets are developed and integrated in the accounting system in a timely manner
        • Accounting and accounting control procedures are followed
        • Separation of duties is monitored and adequate
        • Efficiency and integrity of internal control and accounting systems and procedures is maintained
        • Fiscal team morale is positive and the team is positively engaged in organizational processes
        • Core values are modeled for and articulated to subordinate staff
        • Confidentiality in all Agency matters is maintained
        • Has a performance mindset and assists the agency in meeting ROMA (Results Oriented Management and Accountability) requirements
        • Finance is approached with a whole organizational mindset and processes and staffing are structured accordingly.
        • Financial sustainability is planned for, actively managed, tracked and reported.

Keywords: HRDC, Inc, Bozeman , Chief Financial Officer, Executive , Bozeman, Montana

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