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CURRENT JOB OPENINGS

Center for Families and Relationships is dedicated to hiring passionate and highly skilled staff. We work to create a fun and inviting work environment, and we are responsive to staff feedback. Open positions posted here are also posted on Indeed. Please send your resume to jbrogan@cfarcounseling.org with the name of the position in the subject line. Current openings are Chief Financial Officer and Human Resources Manager (see full descriptions below.)

CFAR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Chief Financial Officer (FULL TIME)

The Center for Families and Relationships (CFAR) is seeking an experienced and knowledgeable Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to add to its leadership team. This role will help guide the organization successfully through its projected growth period. The CFO will be responsible for all financial functions including accounting, reporting, payroll, budgeting, strategic planning, billing, and aging accounts payable. In addition, the CFO may oversee administrative staff, supervise external consultants, and serve on cross-functional working groups or committees. Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer, this position will be based in the CFAR offices in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In-the-office work will be required, and all applicants are expected to be able to reasonably commute to this location. Hybrid and partial remote work may be available for eligible employees; however, fully remote work is not an option for this position.

The Chief Financial Officer is responsible for fiscal planning, policies, and regulations; the financial administration of all institutional funds; and the cost-effective planning and operation of major administrative functions. In addition, as appropriate, they participate in the financial aspects of planning and oversight of the physical plant, strategic real estate, capital planning, and development.

Organization
-Oversees the finance department’s day-to-day functions and organizes department resources to complete company objectives.
-Oversees, delegates, and/or performs the following financial activities: budget development, accounting, accounts payable and receivable, investment of funds, forecasting, financial reporting, state and federal funds, grants, cost studies, travel, revenues, expenditures, financial statements, insurance, payroll, auditing, and related operational functions of the institution.
-Serves as an active member of the Leadership Team spearheading organization-wide projects and initiatives as assigned.

Finance
-Oversees the production of accurate financial reports including monthly and year-end financial statements in accordance with GAAP. Monthly financial reports include statement of financial position and statement of activities, as well as departmental and division financial statements and budget versus actual reports.
-Prepares an annual budgeting process and long-range financial plans and submits the final budget to the Board of Directors for approval.
-Completes year-end reporting packages in timely fashion to allow auditors to complete their work by compliance deadlines.
-Coordinates the audit report for presentation to the Board of Directors at its annual meeting.
-Spearheads timely and accurate completion of all required filings to the IRS and state governments and conducts necessary research into IRS rules and regulations.
-Directs and ensures compliance of fiscal policies and procedures pertaining to city, state, and federal transactions. Monitors and complies with federal, state, and city laws in terms of remitting taxes, preparing timely and accurate reports, and maintaining appropriate records.
-Oversees financial aspects of all grants, ensuring expenses are appropriately charged, including employee time allocation and purchases in accordance with the Uniformed Guidance. Ensures that grants and contributions are appropriately classified as temporarily or permanently restricted or unrestricted when promised.
-Formulates and recommends to the CEO and Board of Directors policies and procedures governing institutional financial activities.
-Assists the CEO in the supervision and monitoring of expenditures of all funds.
-Develops cash and investment policies and manages these areas in accordance with sound fiscal practices.
-Provides reports and information as needed to the Finance Committee of the Board of Directors.
-Participates in the development of strategic plans and programs as a tactical partner in evaluating and advising on the impact of long-range planning and regulatory action on the areas of responsibility.
-Provides timely and accurate analyses of budgets, project proposals, and business trends in multiple administrative areas to assist the President, the Board, and other senior executives.
-Enhances and/or develops, implements, and enforces policies and procedures of the organization by way of systems that improve the overall operation and effectiveness of the Finance department.
-Provides technical/professional guidance, advice, and knowledge to others within the various administrative functions.
-Assures continual improvement of the budgeting process for the administrative operation through education of department managers on budgetary issues impacting their budgets and ongoing departmental performance to the budget.
-Advises, negotiates, manages, and administers, as needed, contracts into which the Corporation may enter. Counsels with the CEO and, as appropriate, other members of senior management on financial matters associated with the financial viability of entering into such contracts.
-Negotiates, manages, and administers all debt instruments.
-In addition, and as appropriate, the Chief Financial Officer may represent the organization with external, fiscally, and administratively related constituencies and stakeholders, including other organizations and government agencies.

Qualifications
A successful candidate will be a self-starter with a proven track record of leadership and innovation. Other required qualifications include:
-At least 10 years of experience in financial management, preferably with some non-profit experience.
-Demonstrated knowledge of accounting principles, financial reporting, and budgeting.
-Experience managing a small team and working with senior leadership.
-Robust analytical and problem-solving skills.
-Strong knowledge of QuickBooks and comfort with technology to help automate processes.
-Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
-Ability to work collaboratively with other departments and external partners.
-Further, knowledge of fiscal operations in a mental health or other outpatient service setting is a plus.

Additional Key Information
-Candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Business, Finance, or other related field of study. An MBA or similar advanced degree is a plus, but not required. Extensive work, volunteer, and/or other professional experience may be considered in lieu of educational qualifications.
-A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license is preferred.
-Salary Range: $100,000 – $120,000
-This position is eligible, after a probationary period, for a full benefits package including paid time off, health insurance, dental insurance, flexible spending account options, and other perks.
-Business travel for the role is anticipated to be minimal but may be required from time to time. Occasional work outside of business hours including nights and weekends may be necessary.
-The need for this position is immediate although a start date in May-June 2024 is negotiable.

Physical Requirements
-Frequent communication both verbal and written, using computers, devices, and telephones.
-Regular interaction with agency staff, management, clients, external consultants, and similar stakeholders.
-Frequent standing, sitting, and moving within the workplace.
-Use vision and hearing to identify, observe, and assess.
-Heavy daily use of personal computer applications and phones to complete essential job functions.
-May drive a vehicle if needed.
-Occasionally lifts and moves material or objects weighing less than 20 lbs.

Indeed posting can be found here: CFAR CFO

Human Resources Manager (FULL TIME)

The Center for Families and Relationships (CFAR) is seeking an experienced and hands-on HR Manager to add to its management team. This role will execute both operational and transactional HR responsibilities as well as serve as a valued strategic partner when developing business objectives. In addition, the HR Manager will work with external consultants and serve on cross-functional working groups or committees. Reporting directly to the Chief Operations Officer (COO) this position will be based in the CFAR offices in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In-the-office work will be required, and all applicants are expected to be able to reasonably commute to this location. Hybrid and partial remote work may be available for eligible employees; however, fully remote work is not an option for this position.

The Human Resources Manager is responsible for a wide range of HR functions including talent acquisition, onboarding, policy, employee relations, performance evaluation, and benefits administration. Also, in direct collaboration with senior management, this position will play a key role in strategic planning which will ensure the organization is set up for successful growth over the next several years.

Some other responsibilities for this role include:
-Developing and implementing HR strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall business strategy.
-Bridging management and employee relations by addressing demands, grievances, or other issues.
-Coordinating the recruitment and selection process.
-Supporting current and future business needs through the development, engagement, motivation, and preservation of the workforce.
-Developing and monitoring overall HR strategies, systems, tactics, and procedures across the organization.
-Nurturing a positive working environment.
-Overseeing a performance appraisal system that drives high performance.
-Maintaining compensation and benefits programs.
-Assessing training needs and designing programs to address those needs.
-Reporting to management and providing decision support through HR metrics.
-Ensuring legal compliance with federal, state, and local labor laws.
-Maintaining the HRIS system and overseeing data entry processes.
-In addition, and as appropriate, the Human Resources Manager may work on special projects, initiatives, and support other areas of the operation.

Qualifications
-A successful candidate will be a self-starter with a proven track record of leadership and innovation. Other required qualifications include:
-At least 3 years of HR Generalist experience, preferably in a small-company environment or non-profit employer.
-Proven working experience as an HR Manager or other HR-level Executive.
-Experience with HRIS and data migration.
-Knowledge of labor law, policy, and administration.
-Ability to architect strategy along with leadership skills.
-Excellent active listening, negotiation, and presentation skills.
-Competence to build and effectively manage interpersonal relationships at all levels of the company.
-In-depth knowledge of labor law and HR best practices.
-Candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Human Resources, Business, Finance, or other related field of study. An advanced degree in Human Resources or a related field of study is a plus, but not required. Extensive work, volunteer, and/or other professional experience may be considered in lieu of educational qualifications.

Additional Key Information
-Salary Range: $65,000 – $85,000
-Business travel for the role is anticipated to be minimal but may be required from time to time. Occasional work outside of business hours including nights and weekends may be necessary.
-The need for this position is immediate although a start date in March-April 2024 is negotiable.
-This position is eligible, after a probationary period, for a full benefits package including paid time off, health insurance, dental insurance, flexible spending account options, and other perks.

Physical Requirements
-Frequent communication both verbal and written, using computers, devices, and telephones.
-Regular interaction with agency staff, management, clients, external consultants, and similar stakeholders.
-Frequent standing, sitting, and moving within the workplace.
-Use vision and hearing to identify, observe, and assess.
-Heavy daily use of personal computer applications and phones to complete essential job functions.
-May drive a vehicle if needed.
-Occasionally lifts and moves material or objects weighing less than 20 lbs.
-The Center for Families and Relationships (CFAR) is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Indeed posting can be found here: CFAR HR Manager

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