The Diocese of Corpus Christi seeks a Chief Financial Officer.
The Chief Financial Officer is the principal advisor to the diocesan bishop in matters of finance in cooperation with the Diocesan Finance Council. The CFO is responsible for administering the temporal goods of the diocese under the authority of the Bishop, in accordance with the plan of the Diocesan Finance Council, and to make those payments from diocesan funds which the Bishop or his delegates have legitimately authorized.
The CFO serves as a resource person to parishes in financial and related matters while evaluating, updating, and ensuring compliance of financial policies and procedures for the parishes, schools and other juridic persons under the oversight of the bishop, advancing sound practices for the care of the temporal goods of the Church.
The above list reflects the general details considered necessary to describe the primary functions of the job identified, and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all of the work requirements that may be inherent in the job, or assigned by the Bishop.
Working Conditions: The position is fulltime exempt. It will require occasional evening and weekend work and travel.
Salary: Salary commensurate with education and experience.
This full-time position includes medical insurance and 403 (b) retirement benefits.
Applicant must meet diocesan requirements: criminal background check, drug screening and certified in Safe Environment training provided by the Office for Safe Environment and Child & Family Resources.