JCC of Mid-Westchester
Chief Operating Office/Chief Financial Officer
Community Center of Mid-Westchester (JCC) is seeking an
experienced Chief Operating Officer/Chief Financial Officer. The
JCC is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to enriching the
Westchester community by providing cultural, social, educational and
recreational/fitness programs and human services to people of all
ages and backgrounds.
This position is
responsible for overseeing and directing all financial and
administrative activities of the JCC, including accounting,
budgeting, financial planning and reporting, internal audits,
operations, human resources and information systems. This person
will be the liaison with the JCC’s external auditors for annual
audits and will be responsible for the preparation and timely
execution of all annual tax and government filings. The COO/CFO will
work closely with program directors and the executive director in
assuring that the JCC operates in a fiscally responsible fashion in
compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements.
The COO/CFO will manage
the financial operations of the JCC, providing monthly
financial reports to the Board and will work with all departments on
planning and managing their budgets.
This position will be
responsible for Human Resources activities including payroll
and benefits and employment contracts.
The COO/CFO will also
oversee technology operations, including financial databases,
hardware and software purchases, upgrades and maintenance, staff
technology training, and contracts with technology vendors.
Other areas of
responsibility will include matters that are normally associated
with operation of a facility.
The JCC of
MidWestchester is an equal opportunity employer and does not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, disability,
religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation,
ancestry or status as a veteran.
- Strong background
in accounting, finance or other business related field, CPA
certification is ideal;
- Experience in
not-for-profit financial management, preferably in a nonprofit
environment, with particular knowledge of fund accounting;
experience, including Human Resources responsibilities;
- Proven experience
managing technology infrastructure including technology
contracts, database and software management;
- Experience in a
direct supervisory role running the operations of a
- Negotiation and
conflict resolution skills;
- Demonstrated team
Please send your
resume and cover letter to Susan Groner at