The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) position is located in the Washington, DC headquarters office and will be a central leadership role within the Office of Administration (OA). The CFO reports to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), serves as PCAOB Treasurer, and is responsible for leading the Office of Finance (OF) which includes the PCAOB’s treasury, financial reporting, funding, payroll, procurement, financial systems, travel, and internal control functions. This role will assess and develop mission critical programs, act as a change agent, and help to lead the transformation of the organization into a best in class, technological/analytical support function.
Plan, direct, and monitor OF operations (treasury, financial reporting, funding, payroll, procurement, financial systems, travel, and internal control functions) to improve program execution, promote increased efficiency of operations and assure the appropriate utilization of resources.
Serves as an officer of the PCAOB in the role of Treasurer.
Provide periodic updates and advise the CAO, the Chairman, and the Board on financial activities and initiatives.
Oversee all accounts, ledgers, and reporting systems and ensure timely and accurate reporting in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and other regulations, including the development of monthly cash-basis financial results and quarterly and annual financial statements
Establish and maintain an effective system of internal controls over financial reporting. Present findings along with management’s assessment of internal controls over financial reporting to the CAO, the Chairman, and the Board.
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or relevant discipline; Current CPA (Certified Public Accountant) license required.
At least 15 years of broad progressively responsible relevant experience leading a finance/accounting function and working in the public accounting industry.
Strong knowledge of GAAP, PCAOB auditing standards and COSO 2013.
Demonstrated transformation skills that include the ability to consistently execute at a high level, drive positive change and desire to build established programs and teams.
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board is a nonprofit corporation established by Congress to protect investors and the public interest by promoting informative, accurate, and independent audit reports and to oversee the audits of public companies and broker-dealers.