Careers with The CFO Leadership Council

The CFO Leadership Council is a community of senior financial executives, dedicated to developing strong professional contacts at all levels.

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Our community is a diverse, nationwide group of leaders from all industries who come together to help solve each other’s challenges and celebrate successes. For the last decade,  we have taken pride in our reputation as an entrepreneurial, creative organization that develops cutting-edge development programs, focusing on a wide range of topics, chosen exclusively by our members. Through the years, our impressive list of speakers has included experts from a variety of industries, including law enforcement personnel, military officials, venture capitalists, Fortune 500 leaders, renowned professors, and top entrepeneurs.

As we continue to grow our team and national network, we are looking for talented professionals to fill the following positions:


Southwest Regional Director

This senior position will report directly to our Founder and President and will be responsible for:

  • Ensuring that our programs and content are in line with our vision and mission
  • Providing our members with the education and networking opportunities that they want and need
  • Supporting our members with optimal branding opportunities to establish and grow peer relationships
  • Attending and leading monthly programs and steering committee meetings
  • Supervising program development
  • Working with our local marketing directors to ensure promotions, events, and other activities are meeting appropriate metrics
  • Maintaining membership and driving chapter growth
  • Recruiting and maintaining relationships with local chapter sponsors
This role will be our brand ambassador, our cheerleader, and our champion to our members and sponsors in the southwest. We are looking for a team player who can execute phenomenal events, welcome new CFOs, and create unique opportunities for our sponsors to build true relationships with our members. This postion will be responsible for taking the reins to identify new opportunities for The CFO Leadership Council to grow and further broaden our reach.

If you’re ready to take on a new challenge, solve new problems,  and have some fun along the way, we’d love for you to join us.

Requirements

  • At least 15+ years of experience in either executive business development roles or in senior financial executive leadership roles
  • Proven ability to lead and work collaboratively across multiple interests and personalities
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills
  • Proven ability to develop executive-level networks and translate those networks into business growth
  • Ability to adapt quickly to changing environments; enact new or creative campaigns to drive growth or retain members and sponsors
  • Proven ability to work comfortably in a virtual environment.

This is a full-time position. To apply, please send your resume to careers@cfolc.com.

Marketing Director - Boston Chapter

We are searching for a marketing director to help strengthen our brand in the Boston market and support our local members and sponsors.

We pride ourselves on our responsiveness, flexibility, and understanding when it comes to our members, sponsors, and partners, and our marketing directors play a critical role in this. As our first-in-line support, our marketing directors handle member and sponsor requests, tailor promotions and content to fit the culture of our individual chapters, assist in the development of innovative CFO-driven programs,  and immediately escalate issues to group leadership as required.

This role is our brand ambassador, our cheerleader, and our major support system for the Boston chapter.

Responsibilities include:

  • Serve as administrative support to chapter leadership.
  • Provide pre- and post-event administrative and marketing support for all local CFO Leadership Council chapter events.
  • Assist steering committee members in program development, including speaker invitations, arranging speaker conference calls, organizing event materials and providing regular updates to chapter leadership.
  • Staff all onsite CFO Leadership Council meetings.
  • Write monthly chapter e-newsletters, weekly member promotions, event program descriptions, individual promotions, program articles, and more.
  • Support chapter membership recruitment drives and intermittent member requests.
  • Support chapter sponsors, including intermittent promotions through CFO Leadership Council marketing vehicles to chapter members.
  • Administrate chapter Steering Committee Meetings, including the transcribing and dissemination of meeting minutes.

Requirements

  • Events management experience, including venue negotiation and logistics arrangements, attendee management, speaker arrangements and onsite support.
  • Content development experience, including e-newsletters, educational articles, promotional emails, etc.
  • Experience with marketing systems, including Eventbrite, Mailchimp, and HubSpot are preferred.
  • Experience working with a membership association or with finance executives preferred.
  • Proven ability to develop and nurture executive-level network.
  • Proven ability to work in a virtual environment.

This is a part-time position. To apply, please send your resume to careers@cfoleadershipcouncil.com.

Marketing Director - Charlotte Chapter

We are searching for a marketing director to help strengthen our brand in the Charlotte market and support our local members and sponsors.

We pride ourselves on our responsiveness, flexibility, and understanding when it comes to our members, sponsors, and partners, and our marketing directors play a critical role in this. As our first-in-line support, our marketing directors handle member and sponsor requests, tailor promotions and content to fit the culture of our individual chapters, assist in the development of innovative CFO-driven programs,  and immediately escalate issues to group leadership as required.

This role is our brand ambassador, our cheerleader, and our major support system for the Charlotte chapter.

Responsibilities include:

  • Serve as administrative support to chapter leadership.
  • Provide pre- and post-event administrative and marketing support for all local CFO Leadership Council chapter events.
  • Assist Steering Committee members in program development, including speaker invitations, arranging speaker conference calls, organizing event materials and providing regular updates to chapter leadership.
  • Staff all onsite CFO Leadership Council meetings.
  • Write monthly chapter e-newsletters, weekly member promotions, event program descriptions, individual promotions, program articles, and more.
  • Support chapter membership recruitment drives and intermittent member requests.
  • Support chapter sponsors, including intermittent promotions through CFO Leadership Council marketing vehicles to chapter members.
  • Administrate chapter Steering Committee meetings, including the transcribing and dissemination of meeting minutes.

Requirements

  • Events management experience, including venue negotiation and logistics arrangements, attendee management, speaker arrangements and onsite support.
  • Content development experience, including e-newsletters, educational articles, promotional emails, etc.
  • Experience with marketing systems, including Eventbrite, Mailchimp, and HubSpot are preferred.
  • Experience working with a membership association or with finance executives preferred.
  • Proven ability to develop and nurture executive-level network.
  • Proven ability to work in a virtual environment.

This is a part-time position. To apply, please send your resume to careers@cfoleadershipcouncil.com.

Marketing Director - San Francisco Chapter

We are searching for a marketing director to help strengthen our brand in the San Francisco market and support our local members and sponsors.

We pride ourselves on our responsiveness, flexibility, and understanding when it comes to our members, sponsors, and partners, and our marketing directors play a critical role in this. As our first-in-line support, our marketing directors handle member and sponsor requests, tailor promotions and content to fit the culture of our individual chapters, assist in the development of innovative CFO-driven programs,  and immediately escalate issues to group leadership as required.

This role is our brand ambassador, our cheerleader, and our major support system for the San Francisco hapter.

Responsibilities include:

  • Serve as administrative support to chapter leadership.
  • Provide pre- and post-event administrative and marketing support for all local CFO Leadership Council chapter events.
  • Assist Steering Committee members in program development, including speaker invitations, arranging speaker conference calls, organizing event materials and providing regular updates to chapter leadership.
  • Staff all onsite CFO Leadership Council meetings.
  • Write monthly chapter e-newsletters, weekly member promotions, event program descriptions, individual promotions, program articles, and more.
  • Support chapter membership recruitment drives and intermittent member requests.
  • Support chapter sponsors, including intermittent promotions through CFO Leadership Council marketing vehicles to chapter members.
  • Administrate chapter Steering Committee meetings, including the transcribing and dissemination of meeting minutes.

Requirements

  • Events management experience, including venue negotiation and logistics arrangements, attendee management, speaker arrangements and onsite support.
  • Content development experience, including e-newsletters, educational articles, promotional emails, etc.
  • Experience with marketing systems, including Eventbrite, Mailchimp, and HubSpot are preferred.
  • Experience working with a membership association or with finance executives preferred.
  • Proven ability to develop and nurture executive-level network.
  • Proven ability to work in a virtual environment.

This is a part-time position. To apply, please send your resume to careers@cfoleadershipcouncil.com.

Marketing Director - Silicon Valley Chapter

We are searching for a marketing director to help strengthen our brand in the Silicon Valley market and support our local members and sponsors.

We pride ourselves on our responsiveness, flexibility, and understanding when it comes to our members, sponsors, and partners, and our marketing directors play a critical role in this. As our first-in-line support, our marketing directors handle member and sponsor requests, tailor promotions and content to fit the culture of our individual chapters, assist in the development of innovative CFO-driven programs,  and immediately escalate issues to group leadership as required.

This role is our brand ambassador, our cheerleader, and our major support system for the Silicon Valley chapter.

Responsibilities include:

  • Serve as administrative support to chapter leadership.
  • Provide pre- and post-event administrative and marketing support for all local CFO Leadership Council chapter events.
  • Assist Steering Committee members in program development, including speaker invitations, arranging speaker conference calls, organizing event materials and providing regular updates to chapter leadership.
  • Staff all onsite CFO Leadership Council meetings.
  • Write monthly chapter e-newsletters, weekly member promotions, event program descriptions, individual promotions, program articles, and more.
  • Support chapter membership recruitment drives and intermittent member requests.
  • Support chapter sponsors, including intermittent promotions through CFO Leadership Council marketing vehicles to chapter members.
  • Administrate chapter Steering Committee meetings, including the transcribing and dissemination of meeting minutes.

Requirements

  • Events management experience, including venue negotiation and logistics arrangements, attendee management, speaker arrangements and onsite support.
  • Content development experience, including e-newsletters, educational articles, promotional emails, etc.
  • Experience with marketing systems, including Eventbrite, Mailchimp, and HubSpot are preferred.
  • Experience working with a membership association or with finance executives preferred.
  • Proven ability to develop and nurture executive-level network.
  • Proven ability to work in a virtual environment.

This is a part-time position. To apply, please send your resume to careers@cfoleadershipcouncil.com.