Chief Financial Officer at PTSD Foundation of America
Premiere organization addressing PTSD for military veterans and first-responders seeks a leading finance professional with a personal passion for service.
PTSD Foundation of America (PTSD-USA) is a faith-based not-for-profit organization with a mission to serve military veterans and first-responders suffering PTSD and related injuries. PTSD-USA seeks a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) who will be responsible for supporting the strategic plan of the organization by working throughout the agency to drive financial initiatives including forecasting, budgeting, medical billing, and controls. Reporting to, and partnering with the CEO, the CFO will lead the financial, accounting, human resources, and information technology functions by leading a team of 11 personnel and additional contract staff. The CFO will lead the annual audit and filings in partnership with PTSD-USA’s auditing firm. The CFO will also have considerable partnership with the board of directors and the board’s finance committee. The CFO will also work closely with the Chief Development Officer and Chief Operations Officer and effectively mentor and interact with other PTSD-USA staff.
PTSD Foundation’s premier program is Camp Hope, an intensive residential program which provides whole-person treatment for combat veterans suffering from combat related PTSD. Other programs include counseling, outreach, mentoring, and various other forms of assistance.
The successful candidate will be able to document academic and experiential skills in accounting, management, leadership, planning, and organization. A Baccalaureate degree in accounting or business/finance fields is a minimum. Masters in Accounting or MBA degrees, and/or CPA are advantageous. Nonprofit organization accounting familiarity is a plus as is experience with and/or an affinity for the veteran population served.
Key personal characteristics include the ability to master details, support your team, communicate with other departments, manage up as well as down, and be sensitive to the impact the agency’s clientele, volunteers, and their issues have on the work environment and the staff. Challenge excites you; transparency and integrity define you, and the opportunity to serve those who served America is part of what will make you eager to come to work each day.
If the content of this job posting describes you, we encourage you to learn more about PTSD Foundation at https://ptsdusa.org/ and invite you to send a letter of application and your resume immediately. If you are the “best” we want to hear from you!
Compensation for this position is competitive and is based on experience. The anticipated salary range $150k+. PTSD-USA also provides a generous vacation and benefits package.
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- A cover letter is required. Your cover letter should be no more than one (1) page in length.
- A resume is required. Your resume should be no more than two (2) pages in length and should include details about your relevant education, skills and experience as they relate to this role.
- Due to the volume of applications we receive, we will not be acknowledging their receipt or returning emails or phone calls inquiring about the status of an application. If your application is selected for interview, you will be contacted directly by a member of our team.
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