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Company: Robert Half Finance & Accounting
Location: Pompano Beach, FL
Career Level: Director
Industries: Recruitment Agency, Staffing, Job Board

Description

Position Summary: The Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) oversees the daily administrative and financial operations of the organization. You will be a part of the executive Leadership Team and participate in making key strategic decisions that will grow over the coming years. The CAO leads in the areas of Finance/Accounting, Human Resources/Policy, IT, and various technical and operational back office functions for the organization. You will overseeing a small team of specialist staff and manage various outsourced functions with vendors. You are knowledgeable in and seek ways to increase efficiencies in operations through outsourcing & digital systems and staffing to position the company for growth. Additionally, the CAO holds a key strategy development and analyst role as a financial and business professional to assist the President, Board of Directors, and management team as new strategic opportunities present themselves. This role requires someone who is a leader adept at strategic planning and is eager and willing to work in the weeds as needed to accomplish tasks and goals. Finally, the CAO ensures smooth running of business by providing in-person hands on management of the day-to-day needs within finance and accounting, human resources, information technology, general office management and reception services. Knowledge and Required Competencies: The CAO believes in team and is proven to be an engaged, positive, servant leader who places a high priority on motivating and encouraging staff to perform at their highest levels. Vision setting abilities and the experience to create and manage projects through to completion Entrepreneurial and self-motivated, able to handle multiple tasks with senior level responsibility Adept at selecting, negotiating, and managing vendor relationships. Excellent written and communication skills to convey information accurately to staff, lead meetings, and present crucial updates to the President and Board Exceptional analytical skills Proficient user of accounting software and Microsoft Office software products Experience with Sage Intacct and GiveEffect software a plus In-depth knowledge of best practices, legal and regulatory requirements in the nonprofit sector Leads, manages, and shepherds a team (currently four) of technical specialists and/or other staff in the activities of accounting, human resources, information technology, office management, and reception; and manage vendor relationships across the organization. Provides information and performs financial and business analysis to assist the President, Board of Directors, and management in understanding the organization and making well-informed business decisions. Oversees all finance and accounting activities of the organization (budget, financial reporting, closing, G/L, A/P, A/R, payroll, cash management & projections, annual audit and federal form 990 support, etc.), and develops and maintains the internal control structure of the organization. This may be in conjunction with a vendor(s). Oversees all human resource activities including support of talent acquisition and management, compensation and benefits, corporate training and development

Requirements

Corporate Accounting, Full Cycle Accounting, GAAP Accounting, Grant Accounting, HR (Human Resources), Human Resources (HR) Administration


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