|| Chief Financial Officer
|| Chief Financial Officer
Accountable for driving a strategic decision-making team in planning and directing all aspects of the organizationís financial goals, objectives, policies, procedures and initiatives as they fit into the organizationís business plans. Assures that the organization is in complete compliance with all regulatory and governmental requirements, procedures and filings. This position reports to the Board of Directors.
Sets direction and plans for the organizationís financial commitments.
Oversees the operations of the primary financial functions supporting all aspects of the operational business. Key departments reporting directly or indirectly into the CFO include: (i) accounting; (ii) billing; (iii) payables and receivables; (iv) tax; and (v) financial planning and analysis. Manages seven direct reports.
Provides executive-level counsel to senior management and the Board on the financial implications of any major allocation of capital resources.
Ensures compliance with public corporation regulatory filings and oversees and directs the preparation and issuance of the organizationís quarterly reports, annual report and statutory filings.
Provides the planning and directing of all aspects of the organizationís financial policies.
Identifies opportunities for the organization to improve its financial and competitive position by monitoring industry changes, analyzing expansion, consolidation, or divestment opportunities.
Manages the organizationís risk by establishing credit policies; tax policies, developing and managing credit procedures; assuring physical asset insurance coverage; establishing, auditing, and enforcing internal controls; directing external audits.
Provides the organization and particularly, senior management and the Board with timely and accurate financial reports of the business.
Prepares and delivers the quarterly and year-end updates and organizational progress reports to the investment community.
Develops the annual report, proxy and other public information for internal review and approval before stockholder distribution.
Accessible to shareholders and research analysts in public forums including quarterly conference calls as well as investor conferences.
15 years of broad-based finance and accounting experience in a publicly-traded organization. Strong experience in tax, auditing and Sarbanes Oxley.
Experience in a technology company and a big-four company is preferred.
Key Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
Investment Community Knowledge
Presentation/ Reporting Skills
Bachelorís Degree required, CPA is preferred.