Location and Job Title:
Chief Financial Officer
Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center
350 South Dahlia Street
Denver, CO 80246
The Chief Financial Officer will define the process and implement the infrastructure/systems needed to drive organizational growth.He or she will build effective and streamlined administrative and financial systems and manage and hold a team of professionals accountable in internal operations, specifically finance, accounting, legal, information technology (IT), human resources (HR), and risk management.
The CFO is both a leader and a manager who is able to articulate a compelling vision, ensure goals are met and make sure that the JCC is a professionally-run and fiscally-responsible enterprise.
The CFO is responsible for all of the fiscal functions of the organization and for building and managing a team of professionals responsible for accounting, finance, human resources, and information technology who will drive revenue goals that will enable the Denver JCC to grow and fulfill its' mission. The CFO is accountable for long-term financial planning, operational efficiency, sound internal controls and effective financial management of the agency. The CFO also provides strategic leadership for the organization by working with the Senior Leadership Team to establish long-range goals, strategies, plans and policies and to hold them accountable for accomplishing these goals and following these policies.
- Bachelor's degree in business, management or Finance
- Minimum of five years of professional experience, including managing the finance and administration of a $10 million to $20 million organization.
- Strong understanding of creating and driving the analytic framework for planning and driving organizational change in a fast-paced organization
- Experience managing tight cash flow and developing and implementing ways to grow revenue and control expenses.
- Proven record of accomplishment in strategic planning and implementation.
- Experience should include legal, audit, compliance, budget, and resource development.
- Excellent people skills, with experience collaborating in a multidisciplinary, diverse, and dynamic team
- MBA/CPA along with a bachelors degree
- Five to ten years of finance experience of a$10 million to $20 million organization non-profit
- Flexible and a self-starter, able to multitask while also being highly detail-oriented.
- Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to the JCC's mission.
- Demonstrated experience in financial management and accounting, ideally in the nonprofit sector.
- Proven leadership skills with the ability to hire and retain a cohesive, talented staff.
For nearly 100 years, Denver's Jewish Community Center (the "J") has strived to build a community where everyone belongs. The center was founded in 1922 as a place of refuge for the Jewish people of Denver, where they could safely gather under one roof to celebrate their cultural heritage.
Since then, the J has evolved into something more - more than a single building, more than just a gathering place, and more than individual departments and programs. Today, the J is an inclusive community that extends beyond its walls in which they do business. Today, the doors are open to anyone who wants to celebrate life and be a part of something more.
The J community is able to take advantage of a rich variety of programming that includes day and overnight camps, arts and culture programs, the early learning school, fitness and aquatics, and tennis.