The Chief Operating Officer provides executive-level leadership and guidance to the organization’s accounting and finance teams, as well as the administrative team, including human resources, risk management, and information technology. The COO will manage a cross-functional staff who provide financial, administrative, and technological support to the organization’s business units.
- Oversee the development and implementation of the firm’s annual revenue and expense budgets; keep senior management apprised of the firm’s financial performance on a regular basis; identify areas of concern and recommend strategies for improvement, including items to consider for future financial planning and budgeting.
- Work with MP to accomplish the firm’s short and long-term goals and objectives.
- Provide leadership to Director of Finance and to Finance department staff regarding significant financial and operational decisions impacting the firm.
- Ensures proper and documented processes.
- Review financial reporting on a daily, monthly, quarterly, and annual basis and send.
- Manage Banking Relationships as well as relationships with outside CPA firm and vendors.
- Develops best practices and procedures in conjunction with financial managers that will protect and promote the financial integrity of the organization.
- Partner with department heads in meeting the Firm’s objectives and supporting Firm initiatives.
- Manages HR functions and oversees compliance, payroll/benefits administration, onboarding, terminations, and risk management.
- Coordinates inter-departmental activities (marketing, technology, finance, legal support) and delegates responsibilities to team.
- Ensures that all business needs are met in the most cost-effective way. Develops a budget for each business and an approval process for expenses to ensure proper cost controls.
- Evaluates and provides recommendations regarding selection of policies, including but not limited to: Property, Casualty, General Liability, Workers’ Compensation, Directors and Officers, and Cyber-risk policies.
- Excellent communication skills, written and verbal, with the ability to clearly communicate issues to all levels of management and collaborate with others inside and outside the organization.
- Strong leadership and supervisory skills.
Education & Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Human Resources, or related field required. CPA is required.
- At least ten years related experience, legal experience required.
If interested and meet the qualifications, please submit resume to [email protected]
Job Order #37616
Matura Farrington is an EEOC employer and will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance and all other local, state and federal laws.