Title: Company Secretary Chief Financial Officer
Advertiser: The Mulloon Institute
Location: Flexible workplace,Canberra region preferred
Salary etc: Part-time
The Mulloon Institute is a world class research, education and advocacy organisation in the regenerative agriculture sector. Our innovative approach works to re-establish the natural function, fertility and resilience of agricultural landscapes and incorporates the work of a range of ground-breaking regenerative farmers. For more information please visit Themullooninstitute.org.
The Mulloon Institute has two for-profit subsidiaries Mulloon Creek Natural Farms (MCNF) and Mulloon Consulting (MC). MCNF is located at our farms in Bungendore on the southern tablelands around 45 minutes from Canberra, more information can be found at mcnf.com.au .
Mulloon Consulting is a natural resource consulting practice specialising in surface and groundwater management and regenerative land management approaches, for further information see mulloonconsulting.com.au
About The role:
As an integral member of the executive management team, the CFO will work closely with the CEO and the Board to deliver on the strategic goals and the nation building work of the Institute. This role is hands on and will include all aspects of financial management, planning, budgets, policy development, corporate governance and be a key partner in HR.
This opportunity will suit an experienced finance professional with a strategic mindset who enjoys leading teams, building culture and driving change to improve outcomes. Key competencies identified for the role include:
- leadership skills and strategic vision to play a key role in delivering the strategic plan
- cash management, financial accounting, and corporate finance competencies
- understanding and ensuring compliance with statutory obligations
- management and the provision of governance advice to the Board of Directors
- organisation and running of annual general meetings and annual reporting
- asset management property, people and investments
- people management
- strong problem-solving abilities, work ethic and reliability.
- formal tertiary qualifications in business, accounting, and corporate governance
- 8 to 10 years minimum experience as a CFO and CS with experience in senior executive roles in a not-for-profit setting
- experience in designing and improving financial control systems and in writing finance reports for a board of directors
- strong financial management skills, including budgeting, managing financial risks, record keeping, taxation, compliance, asset management, insurance, contract management and reporting requirements
- proven experience in the use of finance and corporate governance systems to support strategic goals
- proven ability to build positive relationships across organisations and with external stakeholders
- leadership and management experience in working with, advising and/or supporting staff, Executive teams and Boards
- demonstrated evidence of collaborative leadership
- strong strategic thinking and communication skills (written and oral) and the ability to communicate with audiences at varying levels.
We will negotiate a competitive, tailored remuneration package with the successful candidate.
If you are interested in applying for this position you are encouraged to apply by forwarding a cover letter, outlining your skills and experience against the above criteria, and your resume to Carolyn Hall.
Date published: 1 September 2020
Closing date: 22 September 2020