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Posted November 14, 2016

Financial Officer

Job Description
Financial Officer – Non-Profit

Sertoma Speech and Hearing Centers is a leading and well-respected non-profit organization that is currently looking for a Financial Officer to join their team.  Reporting directly to the President and Executive Director, the Financial Officer will be a key asset to the senior leadership group by developing and implementing people and process improvements enabling the agency to continue to grow while delivering best in class services to their clients.  The company boasts a team-oriented culture and provides its’ employees with the tools and training necessary to succeed.

The Financial Officer will provide operational leadership and oversight in matters pertaining to financial sustainability. This position oversees the Revenue Cycle Management and Human Resource functions, including department policies and procedures, preparation of budgets, development of financial reports, internal controls, management of external audit activities, and directs financial strategy, financial reporting, planning and forecasting. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, the following:
Principal Duties/Responsibilities

  • The Financial Officer will develop and maintain systems and procedures for Organization financial operations, exercising independent judgment in conformity with policy and goals.
  • Assist and direct in the preparation and development of Organization fiscal year budgets.
  • Develop fiscal policies and procedures.
  • Manage all banking relationships, investments, loans and lines of credit ensuring that the Organization is maximizing benefits and minimizing costs.
  • Supervise the preparation of financial statements and submit to administration, Board of Directors, funding sources, and required governmental agencies.
  • Administer all insurance programs of the Organization and recommend insurance requirements and policies.
  • Maintain high level contacts with personnel in other agencies, board members and public and private groups.
  • Assist in developing data processing systems for financial planning and reporting purposes.
  • Create and implement dashboard reporting and present results to the Executive Director and the Board of Directors. Study the total operations of the Organization to determine financial requirements and advise Executive Director of findings.
  • Ensure timeliness, accuracy, and usefulness of financial reporting for funders, the senior management team, the Finance Committee, and the Board, and; oversee the preparation and communication of monthly and annual financial statements; including evaluation of the accounting, payroll, and client billing systems.
  • Stay up-to-date on non-profit best practices and federal and state laws regarding non-profit operations.
  • Provide information and participate in the long-range planning of the Organization.
  • Interact with all external auditors.
  • Manage Accounting, Billing and HR staff, helping them set and achieve annual performance goals.
  • Perform other related duties as directed.

Job Requirements
The Financial Officer will possess the following:


  • The Financial Officer will also demonstrate the following skills and experience:
  • The Financial Officer will have a minimum 5 years of relevant experience in accounting and at least 2 in a not-for-profit environment.
  • At least 2 years’ experience managing and developing a staff.
  • Possess strong interpersonal and written communication skills.
  • Experience with QuickBooks, Microsoft Office Suite
  • Team player: values collaboration among individuals and other departments. Including weekly travel to locations on the south side of Chicago.
  • The Financial Officer will be well-organized: able to manage tasks successfully; prioritize and delegate effectively.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting or a related field is required.
  • CPA required.

Please send resume with your salary history to or

If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Michelle Morrison, Executive Director at 708-599-9500.


Posted September 30, 2016

Full-time Audiologist to work in our Palos Hills office

Sertoma Speech and Hearing Centers is an established, non-profit 501 (c) (3) audiology and speech pathology practice in the south-southwest suburbs of Chicago, IL.  This is a practice that provides audiological evaluation, hearing aids and educational audiology with a focus on providing the highest quality services and products to our patients.

If you have a passion for improving the quality of life for children and adults, a willingness to learn and a desire to grow personally and professionally, a very rewarding experience awaits you at Sertoma Speech and Hearing Centers.

Position Summary
This position is responsible for evaluating, counseling, fitting and modifying treatment plans for pediatric and adult patients with a broad range of hearing related diagnoses.  The audiologist is further responsible for approximately 15 hours of educational audiology services including evaluation, diagnosis, treatment and classroom management of hearing disorders of children ages 3-21 years.

Essential Functions

  • Provides assessment and treatment of audiological needs
  • Documents evaluation outcomes, recommendations and treatments.  Documentation includes: diagnosis, recommendations, plan of care and prognoses.
  • Provides services within a timely manner of the receipt of the intake/referral.
  • Treatment will be provided by the Audiologist as prescribed by the physician with goals specific to the child or adult.
  • Recommend assistive devices according to client’s needs or nature of impairments.
  • Demonstrate cultural sensitivity.
  • Provide educational contractual responsibilities: review all audiological recommendations on academic reports, monitor all educational referrals, review monthly recall list, maintain and update all FM equipment, document and asses needs of all hearing impaired program children and attend IEP’s when requested.
  • Orders, provides and monitors hearing instruments based on needs of patient.
  • Attends continuing education courses and provides information to colleagues.
  • Adheres to the ethical, regulatory and scope of practice standards of Audiology.
  • Performs other duties as assigned or required

Minimum Qualifications

  • A clinical Audiological Doctorate (AuD) from an accredited university program (a Masters degree will be considered if candidate graduated prior to 2007).
  • Licensed in the State of Illinois
  • Maintains standards necessary to maintain licensure:  
  • An understanding of educational audiology
  • Experience in conducting noise level surveys and familiarity with noise level equipment is preferred.
  • Cochlear Implant mapping skills a plus.

Please send resume with your salary history to or

If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Michelle Morrison, Executive Director at 708-599-9500.