TXCPA is currently looking for a Chief Financial Officer (CFO). In this position you will be responsible for all financial and treasury activities and the related systems of internal control. Provide oversight for full financial system as well as society operations including human resources and information technology.
Provide strategic recommendation to the CEO and volunteer leaders to formulate financial, tax and investment strategies.
Design management reports and financial statements ensuring that the financial record system is maintained in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
Prepare and communicate monthly and annual financial statements to the Finance Committee, Executive Board, and Board of Directors; including all managed chapters and boards of affiliated entities.
Coordinate independent audit activities.
Preparation of the annual budget, including capital requests and presentation to the Finance Committee, Executive Board, and Board of Directors.
Design and review accounting policies and procedures and maintain internal control system.
Maintain corporate bank relations.
Ensure adequate insurance coverage for TXCPA and negotiate policies.
Monitor financial performance by measuring and analyzing results, initiating corrective action, and minimizing the impact of variances.
Supervise and review timely preparation and filing of federal information and tax returns for all TXCPA entities.
Oversight of human resources through third-party management and on-sight administration support which includes administration, employee benefit plans, reporting and legal compliance, personnel policies, salary and payroll budgets, triennial compensation study, recruiting and onboarding.
Compliance officer responsibility for human resources activity.
Oversee design, implementation, and maintenance of AMS software based on department needs and requirements.
Assure corporate and individual hardware and software is effectively employed to allow for the timely delivery of services tMember of TXCPA 401(k) Investment Committee which has fiduciary responsibility for the employees’ 401(k) plano members, chapters, and other customers.
ADDITIONAL AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Serve as trustee on the TXCPA Insurance Trust Board which has responsibility for member insurance.
Serve as Treasurer to the TXCPA Political Action Committee and oversee state information filing requirements.
Serve as staff liaison to the Compensation Committee, Finance Committee, Investments Committee, Information Technology Committee and Audit Committee with responsibilities and duties as outlined in the Staff Policies and Procedures Manual.
Member of TXCPA 401(k) Investment Committee which has fiduciary responsibility for the employees’ 401(k) plan.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND LICENSING REQUIREMENTS:
Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, or related field (MBA Preferred)
Certified Public Accountant certification required.
Minimum 7 years’ experience in accounting and financial management practices including budgeting/forecasting, treasury activities and operations.
Minimum 5 years’ experience as controller or CFO level preferred.
10 years’ experience including interaction with senior?level management.
Responsible for oversight of information technology and human resources preferred.
About Texas Society of CPAs (TXCPA)
The Texas Society of CPAs (TXCPA) is the largest, most influential association of accounting and finance professionals in Texas, dedicated to supporting one another and promoting and protecting the value of the CPA designation. Founded in 1915, the Society advances the accounting profession in Texas from influencing policy and regulation, to shaping the perception of CPAs across the state. TXCPA promotes diversity in the workplace, in membership and in the accounting profession, and values the diverse contributions and talents of all its members and staff.