The Chief Financial Officer

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The Chief Financial Officer plays a leadership role in the future growth and development of Vermont Foodbank by providing input on a broad range of strategic, operational, and financial issues. The CFO leads the finance team, including the AP/AR Coordinator and Staff Accountant. The Chief Financial Officer is responsible for the organization’s financial well-being by overseeing: accounting functions; safeguarding the organization’s assets; and ensuring compliance with Federal, State, and local laws, regulations, and contractual requirements. The Chief Financial Officer also is responsible for general ledger entry, account analysis, inventory accounting, and preparation of financial statements and reports to develop and improve systems continuously. The CFO shall consistently communicate accurate financial information to the Chief Executive Officer. This position is responsible for ensuring that the Foodbank carries out its financial activities ethically.

Supervisors are expected to be unequivocally committed to enabling equity work throughout the organization by practicing inclusive and transparent management and helping to reshape positions, priorities, goals, and budgets to better center equity.

Building equity and racial justice into Vermont Foodbank’s organizational practices is everyone’s responsibility, and it requires the commitment and collaboration of every employee and team. Therefore, everyone is expected to honor diversity, contribute to an inclusive organizational culture, and leverage their agency and scope of influence to center equity.

This position offers a competitive salary range of $115,000 – $140,000 and robust benefits, including medical, dental, and retirement. For additional questions about this position or to speak with someone about your interest, please contact Mara Cooper at [email protected].

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