The Chief Financial Officer directs PDI’s financial, financial planning and accounting practices as well as its relationships with banking and lending institutions and the financial community by performing the following essential duties and responsibilities personally or through subordinate managers and staff.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Oversees and directs treasury, payroll, budgeting, audit, tax, accounting, purchasing, real estate, long-range forecasting and insurance activities for PDI
- Provides for and directs procedures and computer application systems necessary to maintain proper records and to afford adequate accounting controls and services
- Provides and directs activities such as custodian of funds, securities and assets of PDI
- Appraises PDI’s financial position and issues periodic reports on PDI’s financial stability, liquidity and growth
- Directs and coordinates the establishment of budget programs
- Coordinates tax reporting programs
- Analyzes, consolidates and directs all cost accounting procedures together with other statistical and routine reports
- Evaluates and analyzes monthly and annual financial statements and reports
- Participates in the preparation of PDI’s Annual Report
- Directs and analyzes studies of general economic, business and financial conditions and their impact on PDI’s policies and operations
- Analyzes operational issues impacting functional groups and the whole organization and determines their financial impact
- Establishes and maintains contact with financial institutions
- Develops and provides routine reports to the organization’s board of directors
- Participates in the grant-writing process as required
- Works closely and cooperatively with outside financial auditors
- Performs routine internal audits to ensure accuracy and timeliness of work product
- This position does require that you drive a personal or PDI vehicle on PDI business
- The Chief Financial Officer supervises employees in the finance and accounting department. The Chief Financial Officer is a member of PDI’s executive team and will work collaboratively with other members of the senior management team and other employees.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
- Master’s degree or equivalent; or four to ten years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Master of Business Administration degree required, Certified Public Accountant designation required.
PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
- Five to eight years of demonstrable and increasing experience leading finance and/or accounting teams in a diverse environment. There should be demonstrable experience in a diverse and rapidly changing finance and accounting setting. In addition the Chief Financial Officer should have background in business and operations in for-profit and nonprofit environments; mergers and acquisitions.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL PDI POSITIONS
- You must be age 21 or over to work at PDI. You must also pass a pre-hire drug and background screen as well as random drug screens that may occur at any time and without notice while employed by PDI. You must be computer-literate, comfortable with technology with well-developed oral and written communication skills. You must be able to complete and pass First Aid, CPR and other required training.
- Pueblo Diversified Industries (“PDI”) is a Colorado Nonprofit Corporation with a mission to create pathways of opportunity where people with diverse abilities thrive through informed choices, meaningful education and employment, premier residential services, and dynamic social experiences. Pueblo Diversified Industries is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
How to Apply
- David Pump, CEO
- Lori Weinberg, Sr. Director of HR
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