The Finance Officer oversees all financial and related functions including budgeting, accounting, investments, risk management, contracted benefits, and information systems. He or she also oversees payroll, employee benefits, and cemetery operations.
The CFO will have responsibility for oversight of all aspects of the day-to-day financial management of the company including: the preparation of the monthly financial package; management of GL accounts, annual audit and submission of government and related tax returns; and financial planning.
The ideal candidate will be a strategic business partner who is hands-on, a self-starter with high energy, process-oriented with strength in redesigning or improving upon existing processes, and has strong attention to detail, outstanding organization skills, and strong written and verbal communication skills.
The CFO will oversee and manage all financial matters, investments and information systems including giving direction and leadership for YMCA business operations and strategic initiatives. As a member of the Executive Staff, the CFO will work closely with the Board of Directors and serve as the staff liaison to the Finance, Audit and Investment Committees.
The CFO/COO is responsible for the financial, administrative and operational activities of the financial institution including: corporate finance, risk management, accounting and controls, regulatory reporting, financial analysis, management reporting, asset liability and management, treasury and capital efficiency, forecasting, budgeting, and investor relations.
The position is responsible for providing overall leadership, coordination, planning, development and administration of the finance function, in order to meet the objectives of the company's overall business plans and strategies.