The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for financial management and reporting, and operations including HR and risk management of our Dominican Community of Schools. In this key leadership role, the CFO works closely with the President and the Leadership team. The financial duties include both strategic forecasting and day-to-day/monthly budget reconciliation and payroll, benefits, tuition, financial aid reporting along with managing purchasing. Under the umbrella of operations, s/he will be responsible for overall human resources and risk management duties. The CFO participates in formulating and administering school policies and developing long-range goals and objectives; works closely with the Board of Trustees; and serves as liaison on the Finance, and Investment Committees. He or she develops and manages the annual budget and supervises the control system for ordering, purchasing, and handling accounts payables. The CFO also reviews analyses of activities, costs, operations, and forecast data to determine department or division progress toward stated goals and objectives. Other responsibilities include managing cash and investment accounts, monthly debt service requirements, collections for accounts receivables, and ensuring compliance and recording of invested funds, gifts received, and changes in fund balances.
Candidates should email a completed application found on the website and their credentials (cover letter, resume, and a list of references) to firstname.lastname@example.org.