Opportunities Industrialization Centers of South Florida
(OIC-SFL) is a community-based workforce development, education and
training organization that prepares individuals for the world of
work by reducing barriers to employment, providing comprehensive
vocational skills training and fostering youth aspirations through
prevention and intervention strategies that support positive youth
development and strengthen families.
The Vice President of Finance & Operations is responsible for
ensuring that the organization is well positioned in a rapidly
evolving and competitive environment by being an agent for ongoing
organizational change via assessing, developing, implementing and
evaluating and leading all operational and financial elements of
the organization in order for continuous effect performance. The
ideal professional for this position ensures that strategies are
clearly understood and that the organization is achieving its
strategic, financial and contractual goals, and at an optimum pace
The Vice President of Finance & Operations will be responsible
for a variety of significant activities including internal
operations, oversight of two regions (Broward County & Miami Dade
County with the possibility of rolling out Palm Beach in the
future), for Program and facilities operations, human resources,
Fiscal operations and site expansion, IT and OIC –SFL’s Social
Enterprise Cooperation. S/he will be instrumental in ensuring
consistent and effective internal processes and communications in
order to strengthen OIC of South Florida’s’ fiscal and
administrative functions in order to further position the
organization for continued success.
In conjunction with the President/CEO, this position acts as a
representative and ambassador to promote positive relationships and
strong partnerships internally and externally, for the benefit of
Requirements and Skills:
Bachelor's degree required, graduate degree preferred; a minimum
of 15 years of professional experience in an Executive
management/leadership role, ideally in a rapidly evolving
institution and preferably in Human services and or Workforce
Development organization/s. Experience in other sectors will be
considered on a case by case basis at the sole discretion of the
• Highly organized, with the ability to wear multiple hats in a
fast-moving environment; a driving force who manages toward
clarity. A solutions oriented professional with a “can do
attitude”. A successful track record in setting priorities, shaping
processes, guiding investment in people and systems, and developing
an infrastructure that creates a stronger and more efficient
• Thorough understanding of project management, talent
acquisition and development in driving outcomes.
• A consummate team player with a creative and strategic
approach to providing leadership to non-financial staff members;
with uncompromising integrity. Strong ability to develop, lead,
teach and manage budgets.
• Excellent communication and coalition building skills with an
ability to balance, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal
and external stakeholders.
• High level of knowledge and understanding finance in the Human
services-Not for profit and for profit realm, Fiscal regulations at
State and Federal levels, GAAP, efficient operations, connecting
programs to funding and building strategic partnerships.
• The ability to lead and motivate groups and individuals. Able
to think creatively and strategically to successfully mediate and
negotiate with individuals and groups internally and
• A solution orientated leader, with a can do attitude who is
able to overcome obstacles to cooperation and to foster harmonious
relations in order to execute organizations’ mission, vision and
• Strong project management skills. Able to balance competing
priorities, complex situations, and tight deadlines.
• Proven leadership and consensus building skills. Solid and
broad understanding of all aspects of fiscal management and
information technology. Proven negotiation and mediation
• Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communications
• Ability to produce and decipher complex written reports.
• Ability to lead and or assist in the writing and review of new
and renewal of Federal, State and local grants.
Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, loyalty and a
commitment to OIC of South Florida’s mission
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
This position works closely with the President/CEO, Board of
Directors, Committees of the Board and senior staff to assess,
revise, development, implement and evaluate overall organizational
policies, priorities, systems of OIC of South Florida and its
associated endeavors and businesses. Leads and develops senior
staff to develop long-term goals, policies and strategies to ensure
successful operations, programming, fund-raising and community
initiatives. Considers and analyses the implications of proposed
actions and decisions by individual areas on the whole of the
Leadership oversight responsibilities
The Vice President Finance & Operations shall oversee all fiscal
elements of OIC of South Florida and its associated entities;
providing assurance of efficiencies, compliance and performance of
ALL contractual agreements with funding entities, sub-contractors
and otherwise. This position assures compliance of all federal,
State and local laws related to all elements of the organization.
Additionally, this position shall provide Executive leadership of
all Human Resources and Administrative functions of the
organization, assuring effective and efficient execution.
• Facilitates the development, maintenance and monitoring of
• Responsible for preparing the organization for ongoing change
along with the President/CEO and Board of Directors.
• Ensures clarity, understanding, and commitment successful
execution of OIC endeavors from all stakeholders.
• Responsible for the development and management of integrated,
strategy aligned departmental work plans.
• Responsible for the development of annual revenue targets
along with President/CEO.
• Responsible for the development and management of the annual
operating and capital budgets along with CEO and Senior Management
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $100,000.00 to $110,000.00 /year