Thank you for your interest in joining the Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce’s professional team.
We currently have one opening for Director of Finance and Operations.
Title: Director of Finance and Operations
Reports to: Executive Vice President
The Director of Finance and Operations will effectively manage the financial operations of the Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce and its subsidiaries and affiliate organizations, including the Waco Chamber of Commerce Community Development Corporation, Waco Industrial Foundation, and The Partners of McLennan County. The scope of financial management duties includes, but is not limited to budget development, financial forecasting, financial projections, cash management, managing accounts payable and accounts receivable, preparing payroll documentation for external processing, preparing financial reports and interfacing with the Chamber’s external accounting firm. Human Resource management responsibilities include maintaining personnel files and completing necessary documentation for new and terminated employees.
The successful candidate should possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college in accounting, finance, business or a related field, and demonstrate proven experience in managing the financial operations of a similarly-sized and similarly-complex organization. Proficient in Microsoft, Excel and Quickbooks.
A resume, cover letter detailing experience and achievements, and salary expectations should be forwarded to Linda Beasley, at email@example.com or Waco Chamber, P.O. Box 1220, Waco, Texas 76703, attention Linda Beasley, Executive Vice President.
Greater Waco, located in McLennan County, Texas, along the Interstate 35 corridor is home to more than 14,000 companies, 241,505 people and a regional workforce of approximately 320,000. Greater Waco’s centralized location with access, to Dallas and Austin (90 miles) and Houston and San Antonio (185 miles), make it a regional center of economic activity and an ideal community for businesses and individuals.
Since 2006, Greater Waco has seen more than $1.3 billion in new capital investments and $596 million in riverfront and downtown development, making it an attractive place to live, work and play. Greater Waco is landscaped with top-rated higher educational institutions, including Baylor University, McLennan Community College and Texas State Technical College Waco.
The Greater Waco Chamber leads economic development efforts for the area focusing on talent development and targeting five key industries for growth: Advanced Manufacturing, Aerospace and Defense, Health Care, Professional and Financial Services and Supply Chain Management.