A leader in faith-based senior living and continuing care, Covenant Living Communities & Services (CLCS), headquartered in Skokie, Illinois, is the nation’s seventh largest non-profit senior services provider. CLCS operates 17 communities in nine states: 13 Continuing Care Retirement Communities, two rental properties, a free standing assisted living and one free standing skilled nursing facility. CLCS lives out its Christian values through a committed belief that everyone deserves a life of hope and promise. Campus locations offer a lifestyle filled with freedom and inspiring choices, providing comfort and ease to residents as well as engaging activities, wellness opportunities, and sought-after amenities. The organization serves 5,000 residents and employs a dedicated team of approximately 3,200 staff members. Covenant Living is seeking a Chief Financial Officer to provide outstanding executive financial leadership.
Reporting to the CEO/President, the CFO is a senior executive whose overall responsibility is to manage the financial well-being of CLCS, both in terms of its successful day-to-day financial operations and strategies for future growth. Critical components of the role include daily fiscal management, strategic planning, benchmarking and competitive analysis, prospective acquisition(s) analysis, financial planning and analysis, successful leadership of a large finance team, budgeting and accounting, and payroll. The CFO will develop a culture of financial awareness and accountability and ensure the efficient use of resources through fiscal responsibility, maximizing operating margins and achieving desired return on investment. The CFO supports the organization's strategic and growth objectives and aligns the finance vision with the mission and vision of the organization.
The ideal candidate will be an individual of integrity and compassion who embraces the CLCS mission and values. Our finalist will be a creative, respectful, team member. (S)he will be a fair and open communicator, who integrates within a very positive, fast-paced culture while remaining sensitive and open to any opportunities for change necessary. Requirements include graduation from an accredited college or university, with a master’s degree preferred in finance, accounting, business, or a related field, and 15+ years experience working in matrixed, geographically dispersed, nationally-scoped organizations. CPA is also preferred.
This is an outstanding opportunity for a collaborative, performance-driven leader to join an organization that at its core is highly committed to supporting older adults. Candidate nominations or expressions of personal interest may be directed in confidence to Elizabeth Feltner, Chief Operating Officer, Deffet Group, Inc., via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internal Number: 012220
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