The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for all aspects of the finance, legal, compliance, business development and informational technology areas of the agency. Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the CFO provides budgetary, operational, and programmatic support to all agency programs and activities. The CFO is the primary agency contact for all contractual matters, proposals for new or extended programs and new business development. The CFO will perform effective risk management and plan the organization’s financial strategy for long-term success. The CFO serves as an active member of the Executive Management Team helping to develop and implement the agency’s vision and mission.
Seven to ten years of senior management financial experience with operations in excess of $10 million per year and over 50 employees, preferably in the non-profit health care sector
In depth knowledge of corporate non-profit financial law and risk management practices
Experience managing organizations with complex funding sources, including federal and state grants
Proficient in the use of MS Office, with particular emphasis on Excel and financial management software (e.g. SAP, GP)
Competency in data analysis and forecasting methods
Ability to strategize and solve problems
Manage priorities effectively to meet deadlines
Ability to simultaneously manage multiple projects
Ability to work without supervision, to use independent judgment, and to make appropriate decisions
A collaborative leader with strong organizational skills
Excellent verbal and written communication and people skills
An analytical mind, comfortable with numbers
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Highly ethical with a high level of integrity; self-motivated; dependable and reliable; detailed oriented
Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Designation preferred
BSc/BA in Accounting, Finance or relevant field; MSc/MBA preferred
Must be able to lift and carry 30 pounds
Maintain a positive work atmosphere by acting and communicating in a manner so that you work productively, effectively, and efficiently with customers, clients, co-workers, volunteers, and management.
Supervises the finance, business development and information technology staff
Protects the organization from risk by monitoring legal, regulatory and administrative environments affecting non-profits and health care covered entities and implementing changes in procedures needed to maintain compliance while maximizing operational and financial results
Perform risk management by analyzing the organization’s liabilities and investments
Manages the agency’s liability insurance program including ongoing risk analysis
Forecast return on investment (ROI) for current and future programs
Manages accounting control systems and internal audits ensuring the accurate and timely production of accounting and financial reporting for all federal, state and payer contracts
Serve as the agency’s primary liaison with its independent auditor to ensure the annual audit is completed smoothly and in a timely manner
Oversee and coordinate the activities of the Audit Committee of the board
Maintain internal controls and compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
Oversee the preparation and communications of all financial statements on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis to leadership and the board of directors
Coordinates filing of all tax returns in a timely fashion
Develops and utilizes forward-looking predictive models and activity-based financial analysis to provide insights into the organization’s operations and business plans
Oversee long-term budgetary planning, including cost management and revenue growth in alignment with the strategic plan
Coordinates the development and monitoring of organizational budgets
Monitor and oversee the financial management of the investment portfolio and the 403b retirement program
Manages the negotiation and execution of agency contracts with funding sources, vendors and collaborative service providers
Oversees the organization’s fundraising and development plans and capital structure to ensure sustainable growth
Oversees and manages the IT business capabilities and enabling technology to achieve long-term financial growth
Oversees cash, investment and asset management
Oversees banking activities and actively manage cash flow ensuring availability of funds as needed
Participate in corporate policy development as a member of the senior management team
Manage vendor relationships
Remain current on nonprofit audit best practices and state and federal laws regarding non-profit operations
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About Hemophilia of Georgia
Hemophilia of Georgia is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing services and support for people who have hemophilia, von Willebrand Disease, and other inherited bleeding disorders. The only agency of its kind in the state, Hemophilia of Georgia works to enhance clients' care and quality of life while actively pursuing a cure through research funding.
HoG is a trusted resource for medical providers and offers rewarding opportunities for volunteers and donors.
HoG's nonprofit pharmacy provides convenient home delivery of clotting factor and other medications at competitive prices.
Hemophilia of Georgia is guided by a volunteer Board of Directors that includes individuals who have bleeding disorders. For more than 40 years, the Hemophilia of Georgia staff has provided a wide range of programs and services including blood clotting products, home infusion training, education, and activities for people who have hemophilia and other bleeding disorders.
It is the policy of Hemophilia of Georgia, Inc. to afford equal rights to all qualified personnel and the clients we serve without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or any other non-job characteristic.