CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
The Chief Financial Officer is a full-time position responsible for the accounting, internal financial reporting, planning, budgeting, forecasting/analysis, accountability, and transparency of the organization to taxing entities and all donors. He/she will report to the CEO, participate as a key member of the Executive Leadership Team and work closely with the Board of Directors. A minimum Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting or Business is required. 5-10 years of broad financial experience, preferred.
The Clinical Director is a full-time position responsible for the oversight of all counseling programs in both Midland and Ector County. A minimum of a Master’s degree in a counseling field is required with licensure as an LPC, LMSW or LMFT. The position will be responsible for management of the counseling program and staff, as well as maintaining an active counseling caseload. Status as an LPC Supervisor is preferred. Experience in staff and program development, grant writing, and budget oversight is required. Salary range is based on experience.