Under the supervision of the CEO, the CFO’s primary role is to ensure that the facility operates smoothly and that all necessary records for the agency are maintained in an efficient and confidential manner.  The CFO is responsible for human resources (policy, payroll, benefits administration) all accounting procedures (accounts payable, accounts receivable, grants management, tax compliance, audit , financial statement preparation/reporting, risk assessment, liaison for board/finance/audit committee, leasing and property compliance (Fair Housing standards, TDHCA and all applicable governing bodies), kitchen operations, maintenance/IT. Responsible for reviewing all transactions and contracts to maximize revenue and mitigate expense.  Make administrative decisions with the approval of the Board of Directors in the absence of the CEO as well as all other duties assigned.




-Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business administration or business management. Minimum of 3-5 years experience in the accounting or bookkeeping field. CPA license is preferred.

-Familiarity with Uniform Grants Management Practices, Office Management and Budget Circulars A-110,A-128 and A-133 preferred

-Knowledge of financial, administrative, grant writing and reporting and personnel issues

-Four years management experience necessary to administer a $5,000,000 budget

-Four years supervisory experience

-PC knowledge and proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel

-Knowledge of and sensitivity to HIV/AIDS issues

-Ability to effectively communicate with varied cultural and socio-economic groups

-Current Texas driver’s license