Colorado Nonprofit Association

Chief Financial Officer/Chief Operations Officer

  

Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer(CFOO) Job Posting 

Are you passionate about addressing hunger and its root causes in our community? 

Do you want to work in a diverse, smart, and enthusiastic team? 

Do you want to thrive in a missiondriven environment where the work you do matters? 

Can you get your work done in 32 hours and join us in enjoying a four-day work week with a 3-day weekend to recharge? 

Do you value competitive benefits such as a generous professional development budget, medical, 

dental, and vision plans, paid
family
leave, and a 401k with an employer match? 

STARTING DATE: To be determined,
we are committed to finding the right addition
to our
amazing team. COMPENSATION: $120,000-160,000 full-time, exempt, annual salary. Metro Caring offers a fulfilling workplace
and comprehensive
benefits package,
including joining
a diverse,
passionate, and collaborative
team. We are implementing a four-day workweek and offer 120 hours per year of paid
time
off; paid sick leave; paid holidays; and paid family leave. Participation after 3 months in our 401K
retirement plan with
a 5% employer-paid match. Metro Caring supports flexible work schedules, and an organizational culture that centers on our mission and values,
the
pursuit of equity, continuous improvement, and community leadership in all we do. 

As part of Metro Caring’s executive
leadership team,
the CFOO (Chief Financial Officer/Chief
Operating Officer)
will participate in shaping the strategic direction of the organization, leveraging best practices, managing cross-functional organizational growth and equity-driven results that
enhance cohesion across Metro Caring
. This leadership position is responsible for financial oversight
and leadership of organizational functions that provide the infrastructure for
the team to
successfully execute
Metro Caring’s
mission. The CFOO leads toward strong, values-aligned operations. If you have a passion and drive for this work, and you believe that together we can end hunger at its root, we want to hear from you. This
role reports to the
CEO- Integrator. 

QUALIFICATION, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES 

Applicants must have a minimum of 10 years of experience
in
the non-profit or social entrepreneurship space. 

MBA, MPA, Non-profit Management, Finance, or equivalent. 

Skills in communication, management, collaboration and culture building. 

The role demands
an intelligent, strategic thinker with exceptional interpersonal skills and a dedication
to
serve with integrity and
transparency.
 

Key Financial and Budget Responsibilities 

Budget preparation: oversees collaborative budgeting process to generate an annual budget that allows the execution
of
the mission and vision that aligns with organizational values. 

The CFOO
will also prepare the budget to interpret and effectively
communicate financial information and
analysis.
Overseeing all financial activities, including
budget preparation, cash flow management,
financial reporting, and annual audit process. 

Budget management:
working
with the development team and program managers to set goals and allocate funds.
 

 

Financial forecasting: Forecasting return on
investment (ROI) for
programs;
planning for
funding cycle ups and downs. 

Financial reporting: Presenting monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements to
executives and the Board of Directors.
 

Enhance
and ensure sound business, risk management, and financial
systems policies, procedures, and internal
controls; ensure the
accuracy of
accounting and finance processes in compliance with
Generally Accepted Accounting principles (GAAP) and nonprofit best practices. 

Engage with Metro Caring’s Board of
Directors and funding partners when support, knowledge, and expertise
are needed. 

Provide coordination
for the finance committee and
working with the treasurer to support the Board of Directors in their fiscal oversight
function.
 

Work with the investment
committee to ensure values-aligned
investment
and
management of our assets. 

Essential Strategic and Operational Responsibilities 

Lead
and support Metro Caring’s mission by
guiding
the
tactical and strategic management of
the
finance function and other internal business operations to align with the execution
of organizational
strategies. 

Provide
framework for a positive, equitable employee experience
(including the onboarding process,
professional development and
retention strategies) 

Partner with CEOs to set north star for the generation and
tracking
of organizational goals, quarterly rocks, and accountability processes (to align with the Traction/EOS model) 

Lead and support
strong
cross-functional communication of goals and learnings in a growth­ oriented environment 

The ideal
candidate will
be a strong leader who brings people together and makes connections between the intersectional aspects of Metro Caring’s work. They will also be a detail-oriented leader who can effectively manage, engage, and empower a team of four direct reports. 

Lead and support the management of people and expectations through change and organizational growth 

Provide staff with the tools and software to successfully complete their work 

Bring a commitment to equity and an unquestionable passion for the purpose and mission of Metro
Caring
for planning, decision-making and problem-solving 

Tactically execute with strong data
orientation and a
proven ability to
use
metrics to drive decisions and achieve strategic objectives. 

Conceptualize and analyze problems and solutions in a constructive,
collaborative manner geared toward helping the entire organization.
 

  

The CFOO
will have the ability to
support
Metro Caring’s vision of co-creating with community
and organizing operations in a
manner that energizes others
to
commit and
invest. This leader
will
also
 

offer genuine empathy for others, focusing on deeply understanding the rich Metro Caring
community
. They will appreciate working in partnership and service within a community of diverse populations, treating others with respect regardless of race, ethnicity, age, education, socio­ economic status, sexual orientation, or physical and mental abilities. 

The CFOO
must bring
appreciation and excitement to be part of a team that
focuses on
identifying creative and efficient solutions. They will have
a keen
sense of opportunities for financial growth and proactively take steps to mitigate organizational risk. The CFOO
should be
a collaborative leader and
strategic partner. The successful candidate will
ensure that team
members are actively involved and invested in activities
and decisions that promote teamwork to achieve goals. 

This position requires collaboration and will exhibit openness to other’s views; give and welcome
constructive feedback;
contribute to building a positive team spirit; and put
Metro
Caring’s interest is above their own. In alignment
with
Metro Caring’s culture, the CFOO will be humble, empathetic, inspiring, and dependable
with a high
degree of emotional
intelligence.
This leader will
also keep abreast of current economic, political, legislative,
technical, or general business
trends in
the Denver community that may affect Metro Caring and their mission. The CFOO will embrace a proactive, positive, open, and effective communication style. 

Please note: Research suggests that women and 8/POC individuals may self-select out of
opportunities if they don’t meet 100%
of the job qualifications and/or requirements. We encourage anyone who believes they have the skills and the drive necessary
to
succeed here to apply for this role. 

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to jobs@metrocaring.org. Please use your cover letter to
communicate why you are excited to work to help build a sustainable anti-hunger
movement in our community
. Priority
will
be given to applicants who submit their materials before 5:00 PM MT by June 25th, 2024. 

Applicants must have reliable transportation. Relocation costs are not covered by Metro Caring. 

Metro Caring is an equal opportunity employer. The organization is dedicated to the goal of
building and maintaining a diverse and inclusive staff. We encourage
applications from qualified individuals of all backgrounds.
Black, Indigenous,
People
of Color (BlPOC), veterans, first-generation Americans, and those
who identify as LGBTQ and non-binary are
strongly
encouraged to
apply. 

Come be a
part of
building a movement to end hunger
at
its root causes and champion
food as a
basic human right in
solidarity with community!