Vice President & Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Specific Responsibilities include:


-  Oversees all finance and accounting functions.

-  Represents FCA in business dealings with financial institutions, funders, regulatory agencies and other social service and/or health care organizations.

-  Ensures timeliness, accuracy and usefulness of financial and management reporting for government funders, foundations, major donors, FCA management, and the Board of Trustees.

-  Serves as a member of executive leadership and participates in developing the agency's strategic plan, in setting policy and monitoring performance.


-  Coordinates, prepares and oversees all fiscal audits in collaboration with the independent auditor and implements audit recommendations; ensures that FCA is in full compliance with all municipal, state and federal legal and regulatory financial requirements. Ensures proper filing of tax returns.

Performs risk assessment and protection, and communicates risk information to the Board of Trustees, the CEO and executive leadership team.

-  Evaluates and oversees risk management and insurance issues.

Budgeting, Cost Reporting and Financial Analysis:

-  Develops strategies for, communicates about, and oversees development of all initial and ongoing operating budgets.

-  Develops and maintains capital budget.

-  Oversees cash flow planning and ensures availability of funds as needed.

-  Works with executive leadership to ensure maximum participation by AVPs and program staff in the budget development and implementation process. Monitors organizational performance against budget and recommends required actions to control spending.

-  Oversees the timely and accurate development of budgets, financial reports, and forecasts that will assist the President/CEO, Board of Trustees, and senior managers in making informed program strategy, resource allocation, and investment decisions.

-  Responsible for grants and contracts management, including designing program budgets for proposals and business plans, negotiating contracts and awards, forecasting spending and providing decision support to program management, and ensuring compliance with donor and contractor requirements.

-  Responsible for revenue cycle management, billing systems and for maximizing reimbursement under managed care contracts, health home agreements, Medicaid and other payors.

Board Relations:

-  Serves as principal staff liaison to the Finance Committee and Audit Committee of the Board, assisting in crafting the agendas, presenting at meetings and providing appropriate written reports and analyses.

-  Reports and interprets financial information to the Board and the Committees; serves as a resource for interpreting Board-level requirements as mandated by public and private funders.

Qualifications and Requirements include:

-  Bachelor's degree in finance, accounting or related field required; advanced degree in a related field, MBA and/or CPA preferred.

-  Minimum of 10 years related experience in a large, complex organization, preferably in a nonprofit human services, social services or healthcare agency with a budget of at least $10M.

-  Demonstrated leadership ability, team management and interpersonal skills.

-  Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and uniform guidance as relevant to 501(C)3 organizations.

-  Knowledge of internal control systems used for general accounting principles and specialized nonprofit industry accounting practices and procedures and compliance requirements.

-  Deep commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.

-  High-level of proficiency with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Teams), and popular accounting software preferred.

-   Ability to periodically participate in meetings and events outside of core business hours.


  • Full-time - minimum of 35 hours per week. 


Benefits Include:

  • Medical, dental, life, supplemental life, STD/LTD insurance, and employer contributed pension (403b thrift plan)
  • Accessibility to other voluntary benefits such as TDA, flexible spending account, AFLAC cancer care, personal accident, and supplemental dental insurance.
  • 20 vacation days, 12 sick days, 4 personal days, 11 holidays and 2 floating holidays per year.

Send your resume to:

Angela Montemarano, VP & CHRO


All positions at FCA are filled without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, HIV/AIDS status, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. All are encouraged to apply.