The Chief Financial Officer is the financial leader of the Diocese and a key advisor to the Diocesan Bishop. The CFO advises him and other Diocesan leaders on strategic, operational, and tactical matters related to the financial management of the Diocese in support of the mission and goals of the Diocese. The CFO manages the Diocesan Division of Resources including treasury and cash management, investment management, credit and borrowing, accounting, financial reporting, risk management, insurance, benefits, real estate, building construction maintenance and, and internal controls for the Diocese.
This full-time, exempt position is classified as E-10. Salary is commensurate with experience and education with a range between $200K - $240K annually. Full diocesan benefits, including health, dental/vision, sick and vacation accrual, life insurance, short- and long-term disability, participation in 403B, as well as Diocesan contribution of 8% of salary into the Lay Employee Retirement Plan, among other benefits.
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