The Chief Financial Officer will be responsible for all finance-related activities of the SLF and will act as the custodian of the organisation’s funds, in collaboration with other key personnel, ensuring that SLF functions in a legal and ethical manner while meeting its stated goals and objectives. The CFO will be tasked with the preparation of budgets and financial reports in compliance with all reporting standards and the laws of Trinidad & Tobago, risk assessment, the development of compliance programs and policy reviews, in addition to other finance-related matters. The CFO will act as an ex-officio Director during their term in office.
The role of Chief Financial Officer offers you an opportunity to oversee the finance-related activities of SLF, including grant funding and strategic planning. A high level of experience is expected for anyone filling this role as partnership compliance for donors is incredibly important. If you enjoy aspects of compliance, as well as possess an affinity for budgeting and expenditure, this role is for you!