Senior Vice President, Finance & Chief Financial Officer
Based Honolulu, Hawaii
As the Department head, provides leadership for the Finance Department to assure that the Company's financial resources and information are managed and protected in a professional and business-like manner.
Responsible for the actions and duties of the following departments:
¡ Financial Planning & Inventory Control
¡ Information Services
¡ Human Resources
REPRESENTATIVE TASKS TO CARRY OUT RESPONSIBILITIES
A. Liaison with Banks and other lending/investment organizations in regards to financing and investing of Company assets.
B. Oversee the preparation of monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual financial reports.
C. Oversee the Company's financial planning process, including preparation of Profit Plans, Capital Plans, and non-routine projections and analyses, as appropriate.
D. Review and ensure that the Company's internal systems are reliable and secure, and implement changes and improvements, as necessary.
E. Direct, supervise, and train financial personnel
F. Coordinate external auditing activities
G. Manage to assure that tax reporting requirements are met for all Company-related entities.
H. Maintain and update Finance Policies and Procedures.
I. Development and coordination of an integrated cash flow management system J. Manage data processing resources to provide a company-wide management information service. Actively participate in departmental systems development to increase operating efficiencies and improved work processing.
K. Manage foreign purchases in conjunction with the General Merchandising Manager and Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.
L. Oversee the Company's lease management system.
M. Oversee the Company's 401K Investment Program.
N. Manage the Company's Insurance and Risk Management Programs.
O. Coordination of the annual Company Stock Valuation by an independent Professional Appraiser
A. Keep President/CEO informed of all financial operations on a timely basis in order to optimize the use of the Company's resources. This includes timely reports of the financial status of all entities in accordance with the financial calendar.
B. Keep Board of Directors informed of the Company's overall financial status.
C. Instill a service-oriented theme among all members of the department through training employees on the relationship of their jobs to the goals of the Company and other departments.
D. Ensure high morale of all staff in the department; make sure their jobs remain interesting and challenging through training, rotation of tasks, and delegation of responsibilities.
E. Evaluate timeliness and recommend changes in the interdepartmental paper-flow to accomplish overall improvement and reduce duplication.
F. Monitor staff performance and evaluate employee potential for advancement opportunities
G. Develop good working relationships with other departments and minimize department decision-making that must be brought to the CEO and/or Executive Staff Meetings.
H. Keep the CEO advised of all significant financial and operational matters following a policy of ?no surprises?.
A. Initiates a weekly meeting with the CEO to keep him informed of basic operations, accomplishments, upcoming problems, personnel matters, etc. While it is not necessary that this meeting occur every week, it is very important that the CFO take responsibility to maintain the discipline of regularly reporting the activities of his department.
B. Prepares matters for Executive Staff consideration at the weekly meetings. The purpose of the weekly executive meeting is to present matters for discussion which have multi-department impact, update colleagues on significant matte