Chief Financial Administrative Officer

Job Summary

Arc Broward, a well-established, nationally accredited, entrepreneurial non-profit organization based in Sunrise, Florida that provides services to individuals with disabilities and various other life challenges is currently looking for a dynamic, and experienced Chief Financial and Administrative Officer (CFAO) to join its senior management team. The CFAO is a key leadership role reporting to the CEO in the areas of finance, technology, infrastructure, and risk management. 

The organization operates 21 programs and three social enterprises at 10 sites throughout Broward County. It employs nearly 400 individuals (full and part time combined) and operates a fleet of 45 vehicles. It’s main administrative offices are located at the main campus in Sunrise.

The ideal candidate will be a highly motivated, hands-on, strategic leader with drive and commitment to our mission, quality and customer service, integrity and an entrepreneurial spirit.  A deep understanding of principles of financial management, budgeting, and reporting requirements, as well as managing multiple facilities, fleet of vehicles and I.T. systems is required.

Core Responsibilities 

  • Prepares and presents period financial performance to the Board of Directors and recommends major economic objectives, and strategic direction.
  • Supports the President/CEO, Board and senior management in achieving strategic and financial goals; proactively identifies and implements required systems and processes.
  • Builds teamwork across the organization; interacts effectively with other parts of the company; is a trusted business partner for objective business guidance with the leadership team.
  • Coordinates and manages the financial, inventory and tax audit annually, working with the auditors to ensure that financials are in regulatory compliance, as well as regulatory reports.
  • Prepares reports which summarize and forecasts business activity and financial position in areas of income, expenses and earnings based on past, present and expected operations.
  • Responsible for risk management of agency assets and negotiations, and oversight of all insurance policies.
  • Provides strategic financial input and leadership on decision making issues affecting the agency; i.e. evaluation of potential alliances, retirement funds, investments, etc.
  • Optimizes the handling of bank and deposit relationships and initiates appropriate strategies to enhance cash position.
  • Participates and leads in disaster preparedness and evacuation processes. 
  • Proactively and systematically manages the organization’s physical infrastructure, physical plant, and system maintenance (phone systems, security, cleaning, supplies, vehicles, etc.).
  • Develops and manages an IT plan, and implements it successfully to meet the IT infrastructure needs.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Accounting, or Finance from an accredited college or university, Master’s degree preferred. CPA or CMA is a plus and preferred.
  • Minimum of four to eight years of demonstrated financial leadership experience.
  • Current knowledge of finance, budgeting and forecasting, cost control principles, accounting, legal audits, compliance, resource development of a high growth $10 million to $20 million organization, and US GAAP. Nonprofit experience is preferred.
  • Current knowledge of property and capital asset management including vehicle fleet, large and small multiple sites.
  • Current knowledge of I.T. systems management including telecommunications, hardware/software systems, security, HIPPA, etc.
  • Demonstrated successful experience dealing with C-level executives, board members, and stakeholders including clients and community leaders.
  • Advanced proficiency with Excel and Great Plains Software.
  • Experience and appreciation of the effective management of corporate finance in an entrepreneurial environment.
  • Ability to analyze financial data, prepare financial reports, analysis and projections and effectively communicate these to non-financial managers.
  • Must be proactive with proven ability to execute on multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and demonstrated attention to detail.
  • Resourceful, possess a high level of integrity and dependability, action-orientated with the ability to get things done and overcome obstacles.
  • Must pass a pre-employment Level 2 criminal background check and drug screen.

Salary

Depends on experience

Why chose Arc Broward?

  • We provide a challenging and rewarding career, working alongside senior executives & an excellent team atmosphere!
  • We offer a competitive wage with a full benefit package.
  • We work hard, but we also advocate a culture of personal fulfillment and provide meaningful work by providing services to individuals with developmental disabilities and various other life challenges.
  • We offer a generous paid time off policy, an employer subsidized health insurance and a Tax-sheltered Annuity Retirement plan with employer matching contribution after 6 months; as well as Voluntary Short-Term, Long-Term Disability, Hospital Confinement, Life insurance and Employee Assistance plans.

How to apply

  • Submit resume via e-mail to recruiter@arcbroward.com 
  • Apply in person at 10250 NW 53rd Street, Sunrise, FL. 33351
  • Apply online at www.arcbroward.com  

We are a Drug Free Work Place and an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 
 

 

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Address: 10250 NW 53rd Street Sunrise, Florida 33351 Phone: (954) 746-9400