Office/HR/Finance/IT Job – Chief Financial Officer (CFO) – United States

Office, with Houston Symphony. Title: Chief Financial Officer
Department: Finance
Reports to: Executive Director/CEO
Status: Full-time, Exempt

Summary:
Develop, implement and monitor policies, procedures and programs relating to financial and statistical reporting and control of organization assets and funds. Coordinate financial aspects of implementation of the organization’s 10-year strategic plan. Advise and counsel management and Board of Trustees regarding operating results. Coordinate the development and tracking of the annual budget and long-range financial plans. Oversee information technology and administrative functions of the Houston Symphony Society.

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Executive Management Job – Chief Financial Officer (CFO) – United States

Office, with Houston Symphony. Title: Chief Financial Officer
Department: Finance
Reports to: Executive Director/CEO
Status: Full-time, Exempt

Summary:
Develop, implement and monitor policies, procedures and programs relating to financial and statistical reporting and control of organization assets and funds. Coordinate financial aspects of implementation of the organization’s 10-year strategic plan. Advise and counsel management and Board of Trustees regarding operating results. Coordinate the development and tracking of the annual budget and long-range financial plans. Oversee information technology and administrative functions of the Houston Symphony Society.

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Office/HR/Finance/IT Job – Chief Financial Officer (CFO) – United States

Office, with Houston Symphony. Title: Chief Financial Officer
Department: Finance
Reports to: Executive Director/CEO
Status: Full-time, Exempt

Summary:
Develop, implement and monitor policies, procedures and programs relating to financial and statistical reporting and control of organization assets and funds. Coordinate financial aspects of implementation of the organization’s 10-year strategic plan. Advise and counsel management and Board of Trustees regarding operating results. Coordinate the development and tracking of the annual budget and long-range financial plans. Oversee information technology and administrative functions of the Houston Symphony Society.

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Executive Management Job – Chief Financial Officer (CFO) – United States

Office, with Houston Symphony. Title: Chief Financial Officer
Department: Finance
Reports to: Executive Director/CEO
Status: Full-time, Exempt

Summary:
Develop, implement and monitor policies, procedures and programs relating to financial and statistical reporting and control of organization assets and funds. Coordinate financial aspects of implementation of the organization’s 10-year strategic plan. Advise and counsel management and Board of Trustees regarding operating results. Coordinate the development and tracking of the annual budget and long-range financial plans. Oversee information technology and administrative functions of the Houston Symphony Society.

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Office/HR/Finance/IT Job – Planning Manager – United Kingdom

Office, with Scottish Opera. Closing date: 16 Nov 2017Salary £28,076 – £34,456 depending on experience 

Scottish Opera is Scotland’s national opera company. We take world-class opera to all corners of Scotland, ensuring that as many people as possible can enjoy this wonderful art form.

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Artistic/Production/Technical Job – Planning Manager – United Kingdom

Office, with Scottish Opera. Closing date: 16 Nov 2017Salary £28,076 – £34,456 depending on experience 

Scottish Opera is Scotland’s national opera company. We take world-class opera to all corners of Scotland, ensuring that as many people as possible can enjoy this wonderful art form.

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Office/HR/Finance/IT Job – Planning Manager – United Kingdom

Office, with Scottish Opera. Closing date: 16 Nov 2017Salary £28,076 – £34,456 depending on experience 

Scottish Opera is Scotland’s national opera company. We take world-class opera to all corners of Scotland, ensuring that as many people as possible can enjoy this wonderful art form.

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Artistic/Production/Technical Job – Planning Manager – United Kingdom

Office, with Scottish Opera. Closing date: 16 Nov 2017Salary £28,076 – £34,456 depending on experience 

Scottish Opera is Scotland’s national opera company. We take world-class opera to all corners of Scotland, ensuring that as many people as possible can enjoy this wonderful art form.

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Executive Management Job – President and CEO – Canada

Office, with National Arts Centre / Centre national des Arts. Closing date: 30 Nov 2017This is an enviable opportunity to lead an organization that plays a central role in the cultural life of Canada’s capital city, that has dramatically increased its national role, and that has become an increasing source of pride for Canadians. Benefiting from what is arguably the strongest artistic team in North America, the new President and CEO will provide the vision and leadership to guide the organization into its next phase of growth. This individual will drive the development of new initiatives that support the NAC’s mandate, both on its four stages in the Nation’s Capital, and in the performing arts across Canada. This includes the Centre’s bold new emphasis on supporting the creation of ambitious new Canadian work in theatre, dance and music.
The President and CEO will work collaboratively with the Board of Trustees and Senior Management to develop a strategic direction for the Centre. They will be responsible for all aspects of management.

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Executive Management Job – President and CEO – Canada

Office, with National Arts Centre / Centre national des Arts. Closing date: 30 Nov 2017This is an enviable opportunity to lead an organization that plays a central role in the cultural life of Canada’s capital city, that has dramatically increased its national role, and that has become an increasing source of pride for Canadians. Benefiting from what is arguably the strongest artistic team in North America, the new President and CEO will provide the vision and leadership to guide the organization into its next phase of growth. This individual will drive the development of new initiatives that support the NAC’s mandate, both on its four stages in the Nation’s Capital, and in the performing arts across Canada. This includes the Centre’s bold new emphasis on supporting the creation of ambitious new Canadian work in theatre, dance and music.
The President and CEO will work collaboratively with the Board of Trustees and Senior Management to develop a strategic direction for the Centre. They will be responsible for all aspects of management.

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