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Chief Financial Officer

Employer
Dogwood Health Trust
Location
North Carolina, United States
Salary
Competitive Salary
Closing date
May 18, 2022

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Position Type
Executive, Administrative, Accounting and Finance
Fields
Community Development, Education, Health, Youth
Employment Type
Full Time
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Reporting to the CEO, the Chief Financial Officer is responsible for helping to shape, implement and maintain strong internal financial systems as well as external financial strategies. Dogwood’s CFO serves as a strategic advisor to the CEO and oversees and stewards Dogwood’s financial health while maintaining external compliance.

The values of Dogwood Health Trust are upheld by staff and the Board of Directors, informing community engagement and philanthropic investment.

  • Compassion with Courage. We will be bold in pursuing our commitment to the people and communities of Western North Carolina by taking smart risks and investing in opportunities for profound impact.
  • Sustainability with Integrity. We will bring transparency and humility in stewarding resources to support and strengthen Western North Carolina for generations to come.
  • Partnering with Purpose. We will foster collective impact by promoting collaboration and advancing shared learning.

The Chief Financial Officer, working with the Chief Executive Officer and the Board of Directors, will ensure the financial strategy of Dogwood Health Trust aligns with these values and that financial decisions are consistent with being a steward of assets that benefit all in Western North Carolina.

The CFO will have a demonstrated understanding of similar sized non-profits and public and private funding streams and have experience in guiding decision-making and forecasting around non-profit or foundation business operations and programmatic opportunities.

The ideal Chief Financial Officer candidate will have at least 15 years of strategic financial management experience in an organization comparable in size to Dogwood. The next CFO will be a strategic partner to the CEO and to the Board of Directors, competent in investment oversight and reporting on substantial financial assets comparable to Dogwood’s endowment. 

The Chief Financial Officer will have an undergraduate degree in relevant area of study and will ideally have a graduate degree and/or professional certifications.

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