Vice President, Chief Financial Officer - Treasure Valley Family YMCA Association

The VP/CFO is directly responsible for providing leadership and direction to all accounting, payroll, compliance and IT staff members.
Job Description

Reporting to the President/CEO, the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer (VP/CFO) is responsible for the development, analysis, documentation, coordination and implementation of the strategies that enable them to strengthen its finances and, ultimately, increase the Association’s impact in the communities it serves.

  • Bachelor's degree; related graduate degree or CPA.
  • Five or more years of broad management experience within a multi-site membership and/or program operation, preferably in the YMCA or not-for-profit sector.
  • Experience with GAAP-based audits required.
  • Experience with Single Audit process preferred.
  • Background must include strong skills in human relations, budgeting and fiscal management, policy volunteer development, financial development, and staff management.
  • Knowledge and experience in all aspects of operations, including staff supervision and development, successful membership practices, quality program development and implementation, volunteerism, facility and property management and sound financial practices.
Essential Functions
  • Direct and oversee all aspects of the Association’s Finance, Budgeting and Payroll efforts, maintaining accounting and payroll systems, and fiscal management functions throughout the Association.
  • Collaborates with the CEO and executive leadership team to develop and align the financial decisions and actions with the strategic objectives of the organization.
  • Direct and oversee all aspects of the Association’s Information Technology efforts.
  • Supervises Compliance Director and helps develop policies and procedures to keep Association in compliance with any regulations relating to funding received from government organizations.
  • Supervise Accounting and IT staff; including recruitment, coaching, team building, training, evaluation, development, recognition, mentoring and employment transitions to ensure an effective values-driven team.
  • Leads budgeting and forecasting processes for the Association; integrates budget with Strategic Plan and Business Plan goals.
Cause-Driven Leadership Competencies



Advancing our Mission and Cause

Provide visionary leadership to the organization and ensure that all resources are mobilized to adapt to new challenges and needs in the community.

o    Change Leadership

o    Engaging Community

o    Philanthropy

o    Volunteerism

Building Relationships

Connect people to the Y’s cause by developing inclusive relationships, partnerships and collaboration so that Ys can co-create solutions to pressing social needs.

o    Inclusion

o    Communication and Influence

o    Collaboration

Leading Operations

Ensure relevance, effectiveness, and sustainability of the organization so that we can continue to fulfill our promise to the community.

o    Critical Thinking and Decision Making

o    Fiscal Management

o    Functional Expertise 

o    Innovation   

o    Program/Project Management

Developing and Inspiring People

Support the holistic development of self and others so that everyone can embrace the Y’s cause, sustain the Y’s culture, and inspire others to take individual and collective action to further our impact.

o    Developing Self and Others

o    Emotional Maturity

Required Certifications

·       YMCA OrganizationalLeader certificate required within three years from date of hire.

·       CPR/AED. Prerequisite upon hire– 14-day compliance period.

·       Cannot be on Medicare Exclusion List.