Kreischer Miller's Human Capital Resources group takes a highly personalized and collaborative approach to executive recruiting. We work directly with owners of privately-held and family-owned companies to help build their leadership teams. Our goal is to find the best fit for your organization – top-tier executives who will make an immediate and long-term positive impact on your company. Our Human Capital Resources group has a proven track record of locating talented senior-level executives. We are proud to be a perennial name on Philadelphia Business Journal’s list of Top 10 Retained Search Firms.
Summary Our manufacturing client, with over 75 years in industry, desires a hands-on Chief Financial Officer responsible for all accounting, financial planning, and administrative matters. CFO duties include financial statement preparation, budgeting, cash management, and ad hoc reporting.
The CFO will report to the CEO and will also work closely with other executive team members including the VP Operations, VP Engineering/Quality Assurance, VP Manufacturing, and VP Sales. Mentoring a staff of four employees in accounting/finance areas of general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, human resources, and purchasing is required.
Keys to success include manufacturing business knowledge, providing a can-do attitude with a willingness to wear several hats; continually striving to improve the organization; and being a people leader that coworkers respect/interact well with.
100 - 200
STEPHEN W CHRISTIAN
$10M - $50M
Kreischer Miller is a leading independent accounting, tax, and advisory firm serving the Greater Philadelphia and Lehigh Valley areas. We've built our firm to respond to the unique needs of private companies, helping them smoothly transition through growth phases, business cycles, and ownership changes. The companies we work with quickly adapt and respond to changing market opportunities and challenges. That's why our focus is on being responsive, decisive, and forward-thinking. We're up to the challenge - always looking at the road ahead, not in the rear-view mirror.