Chief Financial Officer
Core Role: The core role of the Chief Financial Officer is to drive the Non-profit organizations financial planning, perform risk management by analyzing the organizations liabilities and investments and decide on investment strategies.
1. Evaluating, Design, Development of financial strategies: Be a strategic thought partner to the CEOs and dene the process and implement the infrastructure/systems needed to support the growth of the non-profits and take it to scale Devise and implementation of cost, budget control strategies, including forecasting, cost analysis, feasibility studies, and cost leverages mechanisms, use of technology, and work ow analysis.
2. Oversee and implement the Financial Management Strategy: Responsible for preparation of a detailed financial strategic plan which shall include the plans for investments, fundraising, fund management, accounting, control systems, statutory compliance systems, and audit processes. Provide oversight for and manage all budgets, forecasts, and internal financial plans and processes
3. Prepare and present Financial Management Information Reports: Serve as an internal consultant to the CEOs, Treasurers, Board, and other key stakeholders on all financial matters, including any irregularities, making recommendations and suggesting proactive strategies to keep the organizations financials on track and mitigate risk, if any Review short and long-term goals in light of existing and projected financial resources available
4. Establishing and developing relations with senior management and external partners and stakeholders: Collaborate and coordinate the financial activities with senior management, Board members, donors/funding agencies, suppliers of financial services, hired or contracted by the organizations, including accountants, auditors, and financial consultants
Areas of Expertise required:
4.Financial management – Financial MIS, Financing, Cash, funds flow and investment
5.System and controls
7.Contract and Grant management
8.Group level transaction
9.Staff and load management
10.Board, Treasurer support and coordination