Foster Care and Adoption
Job Title: Director of Finance and Operations
Reports to: CEO
FLSA Status: Exempt
Summary of the Organization
Extraordinary Families (ExtraFam) is a leading child welfare organization whose mission is to help children and youth in foster care to have the childhoods and futures they rightfully deserve. Our vision is that every child, youth, and family involved in child welfare will have the ability to achieve their hopes, fulfill their dreams, and thrive. Rooted in our values of empathy, integrity, collaboration, justice, and dedication, our philosophy is to put children at the center of our work, considering their desires, values, and culture to achieve the best outcome. Since 1994, we have joined thousands of children, youth, and families in safe and loving homes either temporarily while they are in foster care, or permanently through adoption. Our work consists of four primary efforts along a continuum of care: 1) recruit, train, and support resource (foster) parents to care for children in the child welfare system, 2) join children with forever families through adoption, 3) support young adults with trauma and child welfare system histories as they transition to adulthood, and 4) advocacy and public policy work. We take tremendous pride in our model to reduce childhood trauma, encourage safety and stability, and empower children and youth to thrive. Join our dynamic team and make a difference in the lives of children and youth in foster care!
Under the general supervision of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Director of Finance & Operations (DFO) provides oversight of administrative and financial systems including finance, accounting, information technology, human resources, and physical infrastructure. As a member of the senior management team, the DFO will be involved in a range of strategic planning and internal initiatives.
The DFO will work closely with the CEO and the senior management team in implementing ExtraFam’s strategic plan. The DFO will act as the primary liaison to the Board of Director’s Finance Committee, working closely with the committee to strengthen ExtraFam’s financial position. The DFO is also designated as the Corporate Compliance Officer for the agency, monitoring the agency’s corporate compliance program and ensuring that the governance authority is fully informed at all times on matters pertaining to corporate compliance.
Duties and Responsibilities
This position supervises 3-4 direct reports and oversees the work of all contracted services.
Working Conditions/Physical Requirements
Extraordinary Families is an equal opportunity employer; reasonable accommodations will be provided to qualified individuals.
Office location: Extraordinary Families 221 N. Ardmore Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90004
To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
ExtraordinaryFamilies is a leading nonprofit foster family, adoption and advocacy organization dedicated to improving the daily lives, and long-term outcomes of children impacted by child welfare, from newborn to young adults.
Working with children and families, we combine best practices with proven research and advocacy to create visionary policies, innovative programs and scalable services that produce measurable improvements in the lives of children and families involved in child welfare or at risk of involvement.
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