Chief Financial Officer

Join PCC in improving the lives of children and pediatricians nationwide. PCC is a leader in the pediatric software industry with a mission to remove obstacles that keep pediatricians from practicing medicine. As a benefit corporation, PCC is a values-driven, pragmatically irreverent company that prioritizes humanity over profit while promoting independence and knowledge sharing. PCCers solve meaningful problems with an obsessive commitment to customer service and quality of experience, all while having fun.

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for all financial aspects of PCC’s business, and is a team member of the leadership group called Some Executive Committee (SEC). This role requires benefit corporation-related accounting and tax knowledge. The CFO must have the ability to explain budgets and coach on financial matters, including acting as an advisor for PCC’s leadership and will participate in strategic decision making for the company.

The ideal candidate is a thoughtful and empathetic leader with exceptional communication skills and discernment. They must have a demonstrated history and knowledge of accounting, taxes, business planning, and strategic thinking. This calm realist knows when to take risks and when to reevaluate. They can think critically about opportunities, advise on financial consequences, and make educated decisions that are in line with PCC’s values and sustainable financial practices.

Primary Responsibilities

Financial Processes and Planning

  • Design, improve, and oversee PCC’s accounting systems, financial workflows, and business model.
  • Ensure that record keeping complies with state and federal regulations.
  • Monitor cash flow to detect anomalies, threats, patterns and opportunities well in advance.
  • Make sense of complex financial situations and work to develop simple solutions
  • Develop a budget, projection, and cash flow plan based on PCC’s book of business and strategic roadmap.
  • Maximize benefits, salaries, raises, and profit sharing.
  • Provide analytics for staff and resource planning.

Internal Education and Implementation

  • Explain PCC’s business model to the rest of the company, including PCC’s cash flow system and how each individual contributes to PCC’s and clients’ success.
  • Make record keeping and financial documentation easy for all of PCC.
  • Document and implement policies and procedures.
  • Collaborate with value stream leaders as they develop PCC’s strategic plan.
  • Help value stream leaders understand the financial implications of their decisions and actions.
  • External Communications
  • Discover and strengthen connections with financial vendors who will contribute to the success of PCC and PCC’s clients.
  • Maintain and develop relationships with banks, insurance companies, 401(K) providers, credit card providers, and processors.
  • Develop and maintain client relationships.
  • Review client contracts.

Required Experience

  • Demonstrated knowledge of accounting and tax law
  • CPA license or equivalent, prior role in financial advising, or similar employment
  • Experience in management or other professional leadership
  • Higher education in a finance-related field, or equivalent work
  • (Ideally) Specialization related to benefit corporations

PCC’s Benefits

In addition to health, dental, vision, 401k, and life insurance for employees, PCC offers medical insurance for domestic partners and civil union couples, as well as reimbursement for home internet, cellular plan, laser eye treatment, fitness and wellness expenses, charitable donation matching, AAA Plus membership, frequent catered lunches, and more. PCC supports families with an adoption assistance program, extended paid holiday time off, and paid family leave options.

PCCers currently enjoy a hybrid workplace model with the options of meeting remotely and on-site at PCC’s office in Winooski, Vermont. Applicants should expect to be based in Vermont, within commuting distance of Winooski.