Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
United Way seeks to improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good.
LIVE UNITED is not just a tagline. It's the way we think, and it guides what we do. We define LIVE UNITED, not as "we" the organization, but as "we" the Allen County community. Together, united, we have the power to bring about positive change within our neighborhoods and improve the lives of those who work and live in Allen County.
At United Way of Allen County, we exist to boldly impact critical community issues and we are in search of our next CFO.
The Chief Financial Officer is responsible for maintaining United Way of Allen County’s (UWAC) financial transparency and accountability through the preparation and constant monitoring of all financial information presented to our Donors, the President/CEO, the Board of Directors and Committee Members, Volunteers, Agency Partners, Governmental Entities, United Way Worldwide, and the Community.
The individual will assist and advise the President/CEO in all matters of financial responsibility, and exercise authority as a representative of the organization on all fiduciary matters.
As a senior leader in the organization, the CFO will be involved in organizational and staff leadership, will oversee payroll and benefits, manage consultant functions for HR, Facilities Management & IT, and more.
This position requires an undergraduate degree in Accounting. A CPA license and minimum of three (3) years’ experience in non-profit accounting is strongly preferred.
This position pays a competitive wage for the region it serves and may include opportunities for bonus pay or relocation.
A full description of the position can be found here: https://www.unitedwayallencounty.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/Chief-Financial-Officer.pdf
About United Way of Allen County
Established in 1922, United Way of Allen County is a not-for-profit organization that plays a unique role as a community impact leader, as a leader in the health and human services sector to build trust through all that we do. United Way of Allen County is committed to cultivating and advancing community solutions that addresses the most critical issues our society is facing.
We believe in investing in not only our community, but also in our teammates by nurturing a relational culture and providing employees with a generous benefit package.
We provide Equal Employment Opportunities to all employees and applicants including veterans and those with disabilities.
United Way of Allen County is situated in downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana. With a focus on revitalization of the downtown district, Fort Wayne is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas of the Great Lakes Region. The city provides affordable housing options, a comfortable environment to raise children, and a place to start and end your career. Individuals have an opportunity to get involved and make an impact while taking advantage of an unlimited list of things to do to suit their personal hobbies and interests.
Should you require assistance or a reasonable accommodation to access job postings, apply for a position, or at any time throughout the recruiting process, please contact Human Resources at 260-413-4123 (phone) or via email at HR@uwacin.org or Sheena.Leugers@AnCorHR.com.