Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
Serving as the primary contact for financial communications with the CEO, board members and external auditors, the CFO will establish, develop, execute, and manage short-term and long-range financial budgets and projections that align with the overall strategic business plan for the company. The CFO will ensure financials are presented in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and will lead the preparation of monthly variance analysis for executive management, the preparation of the consolidated financial statements, the budget process, and reconciliation of general ledger accounts.
- Lead and manage the budgeting process to ensure annual operating and capital budgets support financial and organizational goals;
- Lead and manage the A/R and A/P process and the finance team that performs those processes;
- Work with operational leadership to track financial performance, and where necessary, develop corrective action plans;
- Ensure that cash requirements are accurately reported, forecasted and communicated to Executive Leadership and the Board of Directors;
- Manage adherence to financial policies and procedures and ensure internal controls are in place to protect business assets;
- Ensure financial and accounting records are complete and accurate and financial reports are prepared timely and in accordance with GAAP;
- Complete all required audits appropriately and timely to meet reporting deadlines. Ensure that tax and regulatory reports are prepared in compliance with rules established by appropriate authorities;
- Monitor the fiscal performance on established plans and objectives and identify and report undesirable trends with remedial action recommendations to the CEO and Board of Directors for final review and approval;
- Collaborate with operational leaders to enhance and improve business and financial forecasting models and processes;
- Responsible for review and oversight of incentive comp plans to ensure they are properly supporting the stated objectives and not producing unfair results for company or employees;
- Support M&A and inorganic as required;
- Serve as the primary contact for financial communications with banking and external auditors.
Comprehensive knowledge of finance, accounting, budgeting, and cost control principles, including Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, and revenue cycle management.
- 10+ years of executive-level finance experience
- Strong finance-based analytical skills
- Master's Degree in Accounting/Finance
- Experience with financial due diligence in acquisitions preferred
- Knowledge of QuickBooks preferred
- CPA a plus, but not required