CFO

Employer
HopeWorks
Location
New Mexico, United States
Salary
$130,000.00 - $140,000.00
Closing date
Nov 30, 2022

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Position Type
Executive, Administrative, Accounting and Finance
Fields
Social Services
Employment Type
Full Time
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Are you looking for a CFO position that allows you to highlight both the artistry and creativity of financial accounting? Are you desiring a challenging yet inspiring work environment, overseeing multiple funding streams, programs, staffing, and the first single-site project in New Mexico called Hope Village? Do you want to leave work at the end of the day feeling happy, fulfilled, and stretched in a good way? Then apply to be our next CFO of HopeWorks! Our CFO will oversee and manage an operating budget of approximately $14 million, which includes over 15 different programs, an apartment building, Medicaid reimbursements, public and private grants, and donations. With a team of five, the CFO will work closely with the CEO to set the direction of the agency, brainstorm out-of-the-box thinking for revenue generation, and ensure the highest level of integrity and accountability to the finance team.   This position begins at $135K and comes up with a sign-on bonus of $5,000. HopeWorks provides an excellent benefits package that includes 21 PTO days per year, 11 Holidays, Birthday Holiday, Health and Dental at 75%, 50% for dependents, paid by HopeWorks, free Life Insurance, and Health Reimbursement Account which provides up to $3,000 per year to offset inpatient hospital stays, outpatient surgeries, and labs/x-rays, Parental Leave, Trauma leave, Retirement plan, and more. When applying for this position feel free to request our Benefits Summary. Benefits equate to $5,000 per year for employees.   This position is responsible for fiscal activities of the agency, either directly or indirectly through monitoring other programs.   QUALIFICATIONS:   1. Undergraduate or graduate degree in Accounting or equivalent experience. 2. Knowledge of fund accounting, budgeting, and payroll is required. 3. Requires at least 7 years of experience in the field or in a related area. Familiar with a variety of the field’s concepts, practices, and procedures. Relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of tasks. Leads and directs the work of others. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected.   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:   1. Responsible for: a. Financial statements for agency, complete with graphs, narrative, and custom spreadsheets. b. Cash receipts and disbursements for administration and all other programs. c. Bank reconciliations for bank and money market accounts. d. Weekly and bi-weekly payroll and related tax filings. e. Monthly, quarterly and annual City and foundation reports. f. Assist with annual City audit, supplying appropriate schedule, program documentation, and other support as necessary. g. Quarterly and annual funding reports. h. Maintain database for general ledger. i. Assure all fiscal procedures are consistent with relevant procedures/regulations. j. Monitor revenues and expenditures agency-wide. k. Prepare monthly financial statements. l. Coordinate annual budget preparation with CEO Program Coordinators and the Board of Directors. m. Prepare for and assist with annual audits for all programs, supplying appropriate schedules, program documentation, and other audit support as necessary. n. File all necessary tax forms and returns. o. Assist Program Coordinators with fiscal monitoring.   Fund Raising/Development 1. Prepare fiscal information for grant proposals. 2. Participate in agency-wide fundraising activities. Other Duties: 1. Carry out all duties in a manner that is consistent with HW mission, philosophy, and policies. 2. Duties may be changed based on agency needs.   PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:   1. Ability to operate basic office equipment.   MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:   1. Extensive mental activities are required. a. Ability to use educated/intuitive judgment. b. Advise/counsel. c. Manage projects/people. d. Communicate effectively, orally and in writing. e. Debate/influence. f. Instruct. g. Observe. h. Organize. i. Plan (long and short-term) j. Synthesize concepts; use upper-level reasoning. 2. Work with a minimum amount of supervision.   CONTACT:   1. Minimal client contact. 2. Contact with staff at all levels. 3. Contact with Board of Directors Finance Committee. 4. Contact with representatives/peers from funding sources (government agencies, donors). 5. Some contact with community volunteers.   QUALIFICATIONS:   1. Education: Bachelor's (Required) 2. Experience:     CFO: 4 years (Required)     Non-Proft: 2 years (Preferred) 5. License/Certification:      CPA (Required)

 

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