Chief Financial Officer (m/f)
The empoyer is a public authority.Responsible for the overall/comprehensive executive level management in area of financial management services to the House community including accounting, financial counseling for official expenses and voucher processing, payroll and benefits counseling and processing for Members of Congress and staff, and House budget management.Responsible for the development and implementation of policies and procedures governing House finance programs; ensuring proper customer service is provided, as well as, ensuring that all financial transactions of Leadership, Members, Committees, and support offices are processed in accordance with laws and House rules and regulations.A' A' Essential duties and responsibilities include the following:Responsible for executive level leadership of the Office of Finance to ensure that programs and practices meet the requirements of the organization and institution.A' Responsible for executive level management of personnel, to include hiring and personnel action recommendations, providing the timely review of, and feedback on all applicable individual performance plans and evaluations, business unit wide employee coaching and mentoring as able and/or necessary, and appropriately addressing employee conflicts and disciplinary actions.A' Responsible for the general day-to-day management and supervision of subordinate managers and other assigned staff. Signature authority for related activities.Responsible for planning, securing approval of, and following through on comprehensive long-term goals, objectives, and operational needs.A' Monitor projects, initiatives, and day-to-day functions and responsibilities controlled by, assigned to, or associated with the business unit.A' Provide recommendations for improvements, modifications and/or enhancements to assure responsiveness to changing requirements.A' Assign, oversee, and monitor the development, implementation, and modification of internal workplace policies, standards, procedures, practices, and communication programs.A' Responsible for the executive level management of new and ongoing projects/programs, to include the implementation, tracking, measurement, and quality controls thereof.A' Appropriately assign and monitor the progress of special limited term projects and initiatives assigned to the business unit through their completion.A' Ensure that appropriate after-action reviews are conducted and corresponding program enhancements are made.Advise the CAO and the leadership team regarding key human resources trends, risks, threats and other significant issues that may create opportunities for (or risks to) the CAO organizationA cents € (TM) s ability to deliver on its objectives.Promote and articulate the CAO values; service, innovation, teamwork, integrity and respect.Perform other official duties as required by the CAO.Minimum 12 years experience in professional, executive level financial management in multiple program areas.A' BachelorA cents € (TM) s degree in a discipline related to the position. Advanced degree in a discipline related to the position or an equivalent level of professional work experience preferred.Minimum 12 years of experience in progressive managerial/supervisory positions including effective use of employee performance plans and evaluations, coaching and mentoring techniques, and addressing employee conflicts and disciplinary actions. Proven experience at the executive leadership level.Strong emphasis on strategic, long term planning. Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing Finance strategy according to best practices required.Experience with/in developing, implementing and championing new strategic initiatives through effective change management practices.Experience with/in developing, implementing, and maintaining internal workplace policies, standards, procedures, and practices.Experience with/in establishing and maintaining administrative, quality control, and measurement criteria and processes.Experience with/in planning, project management, budget formulation (personnel and program), and procurement systems.Thorough knowledge of the legislative environment, US House of Representatives, and the operations thereof, preferred.Must successfully complete a criminal history records check [or other applicable security clearance] and a pre-employment drug-test (pre-identified position only).