Chief Financial Officer

Orchards Children Services   Southfield, MI   Full-time     Finance
Posted on December 30, 2020

Chief Financial Officer

Within the framework of the agency’s mission, policies, procedures and resources the Chief Financial Officer is expected to function as a full cooperating member of the agency’s executive management and leadership team with the CEO, COO and Vice Presidents. The CFO is responsible for directly administering all of the agency’s fiscal (accounting) processes and outcomes.


1. Master in Business Administration, Accounting, or Finance.

2. Minimum of five years administering accounting functions of an organization in at least a supervisory capacity.

3. Prefer three-five years of experience in a non-profit accounting environment.

4. Must be familiar with Information Systems functions and administration.

Orchards Children’s Services