CFO - Nonprofit

Creative Financial Staffing
Bronx, New York
Jun 22, 2024
Jun 27, 2024
Work Mode
Work from office
Full Time
Employment Type
Organization Type
Corporate, Non-profit
CFO - NonProfit

About our Client:

CFS of New York is working with a Nonprofit organization with a mission centered around serving individuals and families experiencing Homelessness in the community. This is a newly created role as they are experiencing tremendous growth within the organization.

What you'll do as the CFO:
  • Lead financial and accounting management,
    • compliance/ risk management, reporting of all grants and funding regulations,
    • accounts payable, budgeting, balancing of revenues and expenses,
    • payroll, banking relations, daily cash management, retirement accounting,
    • administrative budget, and agency-wide budget.
  • Advise on and provide timely and accurate financial information and performance reporting.
  • Consult the CEO & President, board of directors and stakeholders while providing leadership to guide the organization's financial activities including annual and long-term planning/forecasting.
  • Responsible for leading all financial management and accounting functions
    • Working capital management, cash management,
    • financial controls, risk management
  • Support team members' learning, development, and career growth.
  • Manage and mentor the team to achieve ambitious results and create a high standard of accountability.

What You Bring:
  • Master's degree in Business Administration, Finance, or Accounting.
  • Certified Public Accountant CPA designation is required.
  • 15+ years of experience in financial management, including at least ten years of direct management and supervisory experience.
  • Experience in human services administration, office management systems.
  • Nonprofit accounting experience required.
  • Prior experience with DHS housing contracts (shelters and supportive housing preferred).
  • Must have Budget, Analysis, Forecasting and Cash Management experience.
  • A demonstrated working knowledge of nonprofit treasury items such as receivable, advances, revenue, etc.
  • Knowledge of database management systems and accounting application systems.