Location: St. Louis, MO
Local candidates only please
Mid-size company well known for its great reputation in the construction/architectural industry is seeking a CFO to lead the financial and strategic aspect of the organization. This position works closely as an advisor to the President of the organization. This is your opportunity to focus on making a difference through financial analysis and strategic direction.
• Drive the company’s financial planning
• Perform risk management by analyzing the organization’s liabilities and investments
• Decide on investment strategies by considering cash and liquidity risks
• Control and evaluate the organization’s fundraising plans and capital structure
• Ensure cash flow is appropriate for the organization’s operations
• Supervise all finance personnel (controllers, treasurers etc.)
• Manage vendor relationships
• Prepare reliable current and forecasting reports
• Set up and oversee the company’s finance IT system
• Ensure compliance with the law and company’s policies
• Manage team of financial controllers and financial analysts
• 10+ years progressive experience as CFO, finance officer or controller role
• Must have experience working in a professional services environment (i.e. public accounting, law or engineering/architectural)
• Experience managing the time billing process
• Excellent knowledge of data analysis and forecasting methods
• Lead budget process
• Proficient in the use of MS Office and financial management software. Deltek experience is an added plus.
• Ability to strategize and solve problems
• Strong leadership and organizational skills
• Excellent communication and people skills
• An analytical mind, comfortable with numbers
• CPA is a strong advantage
• BS/BA in Accounting, Finance or relevant field; MS/MBA is a plus
For immediate consideration please forward your resume in Word format, as an attachment to email@example.com.
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