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Interim Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Company: Vdsconsultinggroup
Location: Las Vegas
Posted on: September 22, 2022

Job Description:

Accounting and Finance - Las Vegas, NV - Full Time Company Overview Value Driven Solutions is an end-to-end supply chain and operations consulting firm that helps private equity firms and middle-market companies improve business processes and enhance shareholder value. Our clients often seek rapid improvements to operational performance. We work across the supply chain and operations spectrum, from strategy to execution, to deliver substantial gains to profitability and working capital. Position Overview Consulting Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Advisor to work with the other principals in our firm to provide the best solutions to our clients across the globe. Apply your knowledge and expertise gainedfrom your experience as a full-time CFO or consulting CFO to help business owners and/or CEOs help their organizations as they need. We are looking for CFOs with an entrepreneurial spirit who want to work with a firm who treats their consultants as its 1 priority, and clients a close second. Responsibilities and Duties Apply your skills and knowledge as a Chief Financial Officerto assist your clients as needed with leadership, turnarounds, taking them to the next level, Executive coaching, building effective teams, etc. Employ our training and coaching to expand your business network, build great business relationships, follow-up and help to close leads for new clients that come to your attention. Able to interact with CEOs/Business owners at a peer level and willing to listen, learn, ask the relevant questions to determine the core issues in an organization. Assemble a team of individuals from within the client, from our team of C-Suite level advisors and/or from any of our Strategic Alliance Partner Firms as needed to bring the best solutions to your client. As a principal and consulting CFO within our firm, you will interact with other C-Suite-experienced individuals who have backgrounds as CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CMOs, CHROs, CIOs, CTOs, etc. who also have the same mission to bring about the best solutions for our clients. Qualifications and Skills Bachelors degree in business, accounting or related field required. MBA or other relevant Master's degree preferred. Five or more years experience as a CFO, business owner or equivalent position. Benefits and Perks We offer access to our large-grouphealth insurance plan (medical, vision and dental) to those executive advisors located in the continental U.S.A (Hawaii and Alaska residents are not covered). Various discounts and corporate perks Be part of a fast-growing, entrepreneurial team of C-Suite executives who are given the autonomy, tools, training and coaching so you can do what's best for you and your familyand for your clients. 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