052015_CFO_conference_0184Great news! The CFO Leadership Council is expanding rapidly, and we’re looking for a few excellent people take our organization to new cities and new heights. Ours is an entrepreneurial, creative organizatoin that develops cutting-edge CFO development programs across a diverse range of topics chosen by our membership. We’ve hosted representatives from law enforcement and military branches, venture capitalists, Fortune 500 CEOs, elected officials, professors and other thought leaders.

And frankly, we’re a fun group of people. We reserve the right to be biased here!

We have openings in the following areas – please click any of the following below to learn more. If you’re interested in applying to these, send us your resume at careers@cfoleadershipcouncil.com.


Regional Director, Northeast

As the popularity and reputation of our in-person events grow, so too does the demand from more CFOs to build, grow and nurture CFO networks in other metropolitan areas across the United States. Therefore, we have a need for a Northeast Regional Director, a local leadership position who will manage multiple facets of our regional chapters, including:

  • Ensure that our chapters are producing programs and content in line with our vision and mission
  • Supply our members with the education and networking opportunities that they want and need
  • Provide our members with optimal branding opportunities to establish and grow relationships with our members

This senior position will report directly to the founder and president of The CFO Leadership Council. The Regional Director will be responsible for:

  • Attending and leading monthly programs and steering committee meetings
  • Supervising program development by local steering committees
  • Working with our local Marketing Directors to ensure promotions, events and other activities are meeting appropriate metrics
  • Maintaining membership and driving chapter growth, including membership renewal campaigns, new member identification, etc.
  • Maintaining local chapter sponsors and driving growth, including sponsor renewals, new sponsor identification and recruitment.

This role will be our brand ambassador, our cheerleader and our champion to our chapters in the Northeast region (currently NYC, Philadelphia and New Jersey). You will lead senior financial executives to create phenomenal events, welcome new CFOs to join our chapters and create unique opportunities for our sponsors to build true relationships with our members. You’ll take the reins, identify new opportunities for The CFO Leadership Council to grow, and if you’re game enough, create new chapters to further broaden our reach.

If you’re ready to take on a new challenge, solve new problems and have some fun along the way, we’d love for you to join us.

Requirements

  • At least 15+ years of experience in either executive business development roles or in senior financial executive leadership roles
  • Proven ability to lead and work collaboratively across multiple interests and personalities
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills
  • Proven ability to develop executive-level networks and translate those networks into business growth
  • Ability to adapt quickly to changing environments; enact new or creative campaigns to drive growth or retain members and sponsors
  • Proven ability to work comfortably in a virtual environment.

This is a full-time position. To apply, please send your resume to careers@cfoleadershipcouncil.com

 

Regional Director, Southeast

As the popularity and reputation of our in-person events grow, so too does the demand from more CFOs to build, grow and nurture CFO networks in other metropolitan areas across the United States. Therefore, we have a need for a Southeast Regional Director, a local leadership position who will manage multiple facets of our regional chapters, including:

  • Ensure that our chapters are producing programs and content in line with our vision and mission
  • Supply our members with the education and networking opportunities that they want and need
  • Provide our members with optimal branding opportunities to establish and grow relationships with our members

This senior position will report directly to the founder and president of The CFO Leadership Council. The Regional Director will be responsible for:

  • Attending and leading monthly programs and steering committee meetings
  • Supervising program development by local steering committees
  • Working with our local Marketing Directors to ensure promotions, events and other activities are meeting appropriate metrics
  • Maintaining membership and driving chapter growth, including membership renewal campaigns, new member identification, etc.
  • Maintaining local chapter sponsors and driving growth, including sponsor renewals, new sponsor identification and recruitment.

This role will be our brand ambassador, our cheerleader and our champion to our chapters in the Southeast region (currently Atlanta and Jacksonville, FL). You will lead senior financial executives to create phenomenal events, welcome new CFOs to join our chapters and create unique opportunities for our sponsors to build true relationships with our members. You’ll take the reins, identify new opportunities for The CFO Leadership Council to grow, and if you’re game enough, create new chapters to further broaden our reach.

If you’re ready to take on a new challenge, solve new problems and have some fun along the way, we’d love for you to join us.

Requirements

  • At least 15+ years of experience in either executive business development roles or in senior financial executive leadership roles
  • Proven ability to lead and work collaboratively across multiple interests and personalities
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills
  • Proven ability to develop executive-level networks and translate those networks into business growth
  • Ability to adapt quickly to changing environments; enact new or creative campaigns to drive growth or retain members and sponsors
  • Proven ability to work comfortably in a virtual environment.

This is a full-time position. To apply, please send your resume to careers@cfoleadershipcouncil.com.

 

Senior Director of Marketing

Our national growth has led to the need for a Senior Director of Marketing, a critical position as our organization will triple in size in the next two years. This role will be our ultimate brand ambassador, our cheerleader and our major support system for our national chapters. You’ll help lead our Regional Directors and Marketing Directors to promote, brand and position themselves as the premier source for CFO education and networking. You’ll take the reins to identify new opportunities for us to grow, and if you’re game enough, execute on that vision to further broaden our reach.

If you’re ready to take on a new challenge, solve new problems and have some fun along the way, we’d love for you to join us.

Responsibilities include:

Corporate Communications

  • Oversee the development and execution of all corporate marketing communications, including branding, social media, graphics design, collateral materials, market research management, web design and optimization, and content development either directly or on an outsourced basis.
  • Plan, create and execute innovative marketing and branding campaigns designed to attract qualified membership and national sponsors.
  • Work closely with Executive Leadership and local chapter teams to identify and develop strategic alliances to drive membership and sponsorship.
  • Develop and manage a national budget as well as work with individual chapters to develop local resource budgets.
  • Develop, track and report on metrics and success criteria for all marketing programs and activities.

National Chapter Support

  • Be a leader and resource for our Regional Directors and Marketing Directors, including providing support for custom local membership and sponsor campaigns, event attendance, and other local branding initiatives.
  • Establish a library of resources and materials for Marketing Directors to utilize in their promotions efforts.
  • Build and maintain a national calendar of promotions and events.
  • Assist Executive Leadership in developing initial infrastructure for new chapters.

This position has the ability to grow and assume more executive responsibility over time.

Requirements

  • A minimum of ten years marketing experience in comparable industries -or- in a position to support a national sales team.
  • Proven ability to lead and work collaboratively across multiple interests and personalities
  • Ability to plan, manage and execute at both strategic and operational levels.
  • Exceptional track record of developing and implementing marketing and sales strategies that have consistently met or exceeded planned objectives, providing personal leadership through example. 
  • Experience in choosing, deploying, and using marketing and sales software applications.
  • Strong strategic planning and analysis skills in sales, marketing, and business (competitive) strategy.
  • Ability to travel nationally when required.
  • Extremely effective public speaking skills and presence; amazing writing skills.
  • Proficiency with standard Microsoft office systems; entry-level HTML knowledge preferred.

This is a part-time position, with the opportunity to grow into a full-time position over time. To apply, please send your resume to careers@cfoleadershipcouncil.com.

 

Regional Marketing Director

Currently hiring in Houston, Los Angeles, and San Diego

As we open new chapters across the United States, we are searching for Regional Marketing Directors to help establish our brand and support our local members and sponsors.

We pride ourselves on our responsiveness, flexibility and understanding when it comes to our members, sponsors and partners, and our Regional Marketing Directors play a critical role in this. As our first-in-line support, our Regional Marketing Directors handle member and sponsor requests, tailor promotions and content to fit the culture of our individual chapters, assist in the development of innovative CFO-driven programs and immediately escalate issues to group leadership as required.

This role is our brand ambassador, our cheerleader and our major support system for our regional chapter. You’ll help lead our Regional Directors and organizational leadership to promote, brand and position the chapter as the premier source for local CFO education and networking.

Responsibilities include:

  • Serve as administrative support to chapter leadership.
  • Provide pre- and post-event administrative and marketing support for all local CFO Leadership Council chapter events.
  • Assist steering committee members in program development, including speaker invitations, arranging speaker conference calls, organizing event materials and providing regular updates to chapter leadership.
  • Staff all onsite CFO Leadership Council meetings.
  • Write monthly chapter e-newsletters, weekly member promotions, event program descriptions, individual promotions, program articles, and more.
  • Support chapter membership recruitment drives and intermittent member requests.
  • Support chapter sponsors, including intermittent promotions through CFO Leadership Council marketing vehicles to chapter members.
  • Administrate chapter Steering Committee Meetings, including the transcribing and dissemination of meeting minutes.

Requirements

  • Events management experience, including venue negotiation and logistics arrangements, attendee management, speaker arrangements and onsite support.
  • Content development experience, including e-newsletters, educational articles, promotional emails, etc.
  • Experience with marketing systems, including Eventbrite, Mailchimp, and HubSpot are preferred.
  • Experience working with a membership association or with finance executives preferred.
  • Proven ability to develop and nurture executive-level network.
  • Proven ability to work in a virtual environment.

This is a part-time position. To apply, please send your resume to careers@cfoleadershipcouncil.com.

 

Accounting and HR Assistant

Our recent growth has created the need for a part-time accounting and human resources assistant. This will be a critical position as our organization triples in size during the next two years. Reporting to the president and founder of the company, this person will be primarily responsible for the following areas:

  • Record journal entries and prepare monthly financial statements
  • Reconcile bank accounts
  • Pay vendors and employees
  • Bill and collect from our customers
  • Perform monthly payroll
  • Assist new employees with the boarding process and training with the company’s methodologies
  • Other projects on an ad hoc basis

Requirements

  • Minimum of five year’s experience with accounting, with knowledge in both cash basis and GAAP financial statements
  • Proven ability to work successfully in a virtual environment
  • Competence in QuickBooks, Intuit Payroll and Microsoft Excel
  • Basic understanding of multi-state payroll and other issues

This is a part-time position. To apply, please send your resume to careers@cfoleadershipcouncil.com.

– See more at: http://www.cfoleadershipcouncil.com/careers#sthash.evUJG9D3.dpuf

subscribe to our blog

Our published resources, news, and upcoming events, all in one place!