Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for all aspects of financial planning, managing accounting and financial products, reporting, and overseeing the IT activities of each ETFB location.

The CFO provides leadership and coordination in the administrative, business planning, accounting, audit and budgeting efforts for the ETFB and consults with department directors and officers to evaluate and assist with their financial plans and economic modeling.  Reporting to the CEO and partnering with the Senior Leadership Team, the CFO plays a critical role in developing and implementing financial initiatives to support the ETFB’s strategic plan for the service area.  Must possess demonstrated knowledge in financial management, government grants management, risk management, planning and forecasting; requires strong analytical and organizational skills; proficiency in various modular-based accounting software; excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills; ability to understand, organize and communicate detailed information and work independently with minimal supervision to achieve deadlines; must have strong ethical character, good judgment and discretion; capable of handling confidential and financial information.  Ability to multi-task with attention to detail and accuracy in high-energy, fast-paced environment.

Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree required.  Accounting or finance degree required.  Graduate degree preferred.  15 year’s fulltime experience in financial management with 5 year’s controller experience required.  Current valid CPA preferred.  Experience in food distribution industry with inventory experience preferred.  Working knowledge and experience with non-profits and capital campaigns a plus.  For full job description contact

ETFB offers a competitive wage and benefit package.  Submit cover letter and resume to or Fax: 903-964-5000.

The East Texas Food Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer