OCJ is recruiting for our inaugural Chief Financial Officer who will bring vision and strategic leadership to shaping early stage organizational development. The position is a full-time exempt role and reports to the Executive Director.
Salary: $150,000-$160,000/year plus benefits
The ideal candidate for this position will be an experienced not-for-profit financial professional who is excited about the opportunity to apply their skills and experience in service of an exciting social justice venture. In the beginning, this person will have to be comfortable with taking care of day-to-day finance and accounting tasks while simultaneously building the systems, processes, and staffing as OCJ grows. The position calls for a combination of professional and technical expertise, a passion for social justice and diversity, equity and inclusion, and the inclination and ability to contribute as a partner in the leadership team to build and implement the strategic vision and plan for the years to come.
Duties and responsibilities will include:
- Collaborate with the leadership team to develop budgets and financial forecasting that support OCJ’s success
- Ensure the short- and long-term financial health and needs of the organization
- Ensure prompt and accurate financial reporting
- Manage OCJ funds and resources
OCJ has engaged the search firm, Nonprofit Professionals Now, to conduct this search.
View the complete job description and apply by 5/22/2022
Commitment to Equity
OCJ sits at the intersection of law, policy, coalition and community advocates and Oregon consumers, with a particular commitment to those consumers and communities most harmed by predatory and fraudulent practices. All roles at OCJ will require: a willingness to share power, collaboration and teamwork, empathy, radical listening, adaptive communications skills, openness to learning and failure and growth, a capacity to embrace discomfort and resolve conflicts, racial awareness and experience recognizing intersectionality and identity, and personal reflection. All employees at OCJ will be asked to participate in ongoing work to develop strong internal and external systems that support movement towards equity and justice.