Chief Financial Officer
Ref #: 153
Location: N. California
- Develops sound, progressive, and effective association programs in the areas of funding, investments, cash management, forecasting budgeting, and similar activities of the association within guidelines established by FCA and the association’s Board of Directors.
- Oversees planning activities, including establishment of performance standards, and monitoring departmental performance.
- Develops and executes the annual operating budget, capital budget, capital plan, and interest rate policy.
- Provides financial and operational analysis to support managerial decision-making processes.
- Develops, implements, and monitors loan product pricing programs designed to meet earnings requirements, adequately compensate for risk and are competitive in the marketplace.
- Analyzes and recommends appropriate levels of capital for the Association and makes recommendations for uses of excess capital for consideration by executive staff and the board.
- Oversees staffing, including selection, performance evaluations, and training and development of the Accounting department.
- Develops, analyzes, and recommends new or improved policies and procedures that contribute to the successful operation and financial soundness of the Association.
- Operates sound, progressive, and effective association programs in the area of loan accounting within guidelines established by the FCA, the Association’s Board of Directors and within the bounds of sound business practices.
- Responsible for department budget. Commits expenditures of funds within delegate approval authority limits.
- Coordinates the association’s asset/liability management programs to facilitate the assessment and control of interest rate risk and ensures compliance with association financial objectives.
- Oversees the allowance for loan loss calculation and adjustments.
- Keeps the Association’s senior management team and Board of Directors informed on significant items affecting the Association’s financial operations.
- Communicates association board policy and management philosophy on fiscal related items to association staff and where applicable, to other associations.
- Serves as a member of system-wide work groups or committees as appropriate.
- Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Business, or a related field
- Ten or more years of experience in finance, accounting, budget, cash management, credit, insurance, tax, and treasury operations including three (3) or more years of supervisory or management experience.
- Master’s degree in business administration, finance or accounting preferred.
- CPA certification preferred.