The Chief Financial Officer will direct and oversee the financial activities of the PBRPC, direct the preparation of current financial reports and summaries, and create forecasts predicting future growth. Primary responsibilities include daily, monthly and annual accounting for the financial operations of the PBRPC. In addition, responsibilities will include advisement, consultation and completion of financial policies as set out by the Executive Director and Board of Directors of the PBRPC. Other duties will include the preparation of monthly financial statements and annual financial statements showing revenues and expenditures. The Chief Financial Officer shall prepare and invoice grant source(s) and recommend payments to contractor(s). In coordination with the Executive Director, the Chief Financial Officer shall prepare an annual budget for the PBRPC. The Chief Financial Officer will supervise and train employees of the Finance department. The Chief Financial Officer will have responsibility to oversee the review and evaluation of fiscal, corporate and operational records to determine the financial condition, level of internal control and compliance with statutory requirements.
• Oversees Accounting department, budget preparation, and audit functions.
• Works with other departmental directors to monitor each department and make recommendations.
• Directs the preparation of all financial statements, including income statements, balance sheets, shareholder reports, tax returns, and governmental agency reports.
• Compares financial projections to actual figures and budgeted expenses to actual expenses; makes or oversees any necessary adjustments to future projections and budgets.
• Reviews planning process and suggests improvements to current methods.
• Works with the Board of Directors and Executive Director to coordinate planning and establish priorities for the planning process.
• Analyzes business and financial data.
• Develops financial plans and reports for Board of Directors.
• Performs other related duties as assigned.
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION
Master’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or Business, plus a minimum (5) five years’ experience in financial administration work. A CPA is desirable. Knowledge of government accounting principles and financial requirements for public agencies.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Must have knowledge of public sector leadership, general financial management principles, laws, rules, regulations and guidelines for multiple state and federal programs, budgeting experience and knowledge of multi-funded financing procedures and principles. Must have skills and ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with officials in local, state and federal government and in the private sector; interpret and communicate rules, regulations and guidelines prepared by state and federal agencies in a variety of programs; select, develop, organize, motivate and effectively direct staff; demonstrate proficiency in both oral and written communication; work independently and creatively. Minimum of at least three (3) years of demonstrated, progressively responsible experience.
REGISTRATION, CERTIFICATION, OR LICENSURE
Appropriate Texas driver’s license and proof of automobile liability insurance.