Job Openings Chief, Finance

About the job Chief, Finance


We are seeking a fractional executive to fulfill the role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for a key project in the nonprofit sector.


  • Hours per month: 30
  • Contract length: 3 months
  • Role level: Chief Financial Officer (CFO).


  • Thoroughly examine the client's financial systems, including an analysis of various funding streams.
  • Establish sustainable financial systems and implement effective audit controls.
  • Collaborate with the client's bookkeeper, accountants, and internal team to improve existing processes and define clear roles.
  • Assist in the selection and recruitment of new accountants, if needed.


  • Extensive experience and expertise in nonprofit financial management.
  • Proven track record in developing and implementing sustainable financial systems.
  • Familiarity with regulatory requirements and compliance in the nonprofit sector. and relevant certifications (e.g., CPA, CMA) preferred but not mandatory.
  • Minimum of 10 years of experience in your area of expertise
  • Experience as a senior-leader (Managing Director, AVP, VP, Chief, etc.)
  • Significant experience in team leadership, people management, and coaching
  • Demonstrated ability to set org-wide vision and goals for long-term success


Starting compensation for Chief-level consultants is $90/hour. All consultants are 1099 contractors. All consultants are eligible for referral bonuses and free coaching and development.

Beginning January 2023, all Consultants will be required to have an established LLC and carry business liability insurance. Our team will support all Consultants through this process, and financial assistance will be available.


Historically, people of color, women, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ+ individuals face insurmountable oppression within their professional lives. At the B Suite, we know that talent knows no bounds and is not dependent on any single story. Our organization exists to carve out opportunities for the most targeted and harmed of these groups: Black and Brown people. Statistically, within all marginalized groups, no one suffers more than Black and Brown people. By centering these identities in our work, we can dismantle systems of oppression that impact all marginalized groups.