Chief Financial Officer

Location: 2 days a week in Woodbridge, VA, (Tuesdays and Thursdays), and M, W, F remote.

$180,000-$215,000 plus annual bonus

This national military community service nonprofit organization with an incredible team seeks an experienced CFO to oversee its financial and accounting operations. You will have a direct report of the VP of Finance and 6 indirect accounting/finance team members

As the CFO, you will provide professional and informed reporting and information on best practices for company finances and develop strategic plans to improve the organization’s overall financial health.

You must have strong analytical, planning, and communication skills to work as a member of the Executive Team, with organization staff, and with the Board of Directors. The CFO will report to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

You will be responsible for directing the organization’s financial operations, making strategic decisions based on the company’s financial stability, and creating forecasts predicting future growth. The CFO will oversee all aspects of accounting, budget preparation, IRS filings, and audit functions and supervise the designated staff.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Direct the preparation of all financial statements, including income statements, balance sheets, cash flows, and all necessary reporting.
  • Direct the annual operating budget process, working collaboratively with HQ and branch staff. Review and approve the budget with the finance committee and the board. Prepare and distribute monthly vs. actual reporting.
  • Participate in a high-functioning, collaborative executive team to help the organization meet its financial goals and contribute ideas for improving its continued performance.
  • Work with branch executive directors to ensure adherence to organizational policies, systems usage, success measures, and reporting requirements are met.
  • Develop, revise, and maintain the necessary system(s) for financial accounting, record keeping, reporting, and compliance.
  • Oversee all financing relationships and oversee leases, tax-exempt bond reporting requirements, and related relationships.
  • Serve as the representative to the Finance Committee and the Audit Committee.
  • Oversee financial and reporting components of grant compliance.
  • Lead or collaborate on special projects as required.


  • A Degree in Business Administration, Accounting, or Finance is required. A Master’s degree is preferred, and a Certified Public Accountant designation is preferred.
  • 10+ years of experience in financial management required.
  • Proven solid work experience as a CFO, preferably in a nonprofit organization of similar size and scope
  • Excellent analytical and organizational skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong collaborative abilities
  • Excellent leadership and supervisory skills with the ability to delegate, motivate, and inspire team members
  • Proficient in database and accounting computer application systems.
  • You are working with a group of 12 different Executive Director, Senior Team, and direct Finance Committee liaison, so tact and solid social skills are highly prized.

Medical Coverage through United Healthcare (3 Plans) – Plans include medical, prescription, vision, and complimentary Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Dental Coverage, Vision Coverage, Life and Dependent Life Insurance, Short-term disability and Long-term Disability, Life insurance, Medical and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) through Healthy Equity Health Savings Account (HSA), after 2 years the organization puts 12% into a 401k per year. Vacation PTO: 80 hours; Sick Leave PTO: 96 hours; Personal PTO: 24 hours. 11 paid holidays and an annual bonus.