At Texas Health Action (THA), we are passionate about changing the face of healthcare in Austin by making biomedical interventions and services for sexual health and wellness accessible. We serve our patients with an amazing team of clinicians, staff and volunteers who dedicate their time and expertise to see patients within a combination of weekday and weekend hours. We removed the primary barriers to healthcare, lack of health insurance and/or personal income, by accepting both insured and uninsured patients and by providing services at no cost to the patient. Read more about the clinic, initiatives and THA here: and

Texas Health Action is currently seeking a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) who serves as a key member of the executive leadership team. The CFO will report to and work directly with the CEO and work with the Board of Directors in our Austin HQ. You will be the finance leader but will also help identify, execute and support our long-term growth strategies to help further the mission and vision of THA by driving financial excellence, standards, and processes so we can better serve our community and stakeholders.

What you would do:

  • Provide day-to-day leadership and management to Texas Health Action’s accounting team and human resources functions; model the adopted mission and core vision and values of the organization
  • Oversee the operations of the accounting department, including the design of an organizational finance structure that is scalable and flexible for achieving the organization’s goals and objectives
  • Oversee the organization’s financial forecasting practices, including leading annual budget process
  • Oversee the human resources functions, working with the executive and leadership team to achieve the goals and objectives for our talented staff * Maintain and oversee a system of controls of accounting & financial transactions
  • Establish policies and procedures and lead internal audit initiatives, interface with external financial auditing firm(s)
  • Maintain the financial well-being of the organization
  • Manage investor, grantor, and charitable giving individuals/foundation relations for financial accountability, working with executive and leadership team as applicable
  • Provide timely, accurate and complete reports on the financial condition of the organization to the Board of Directors, CEO and executive leadership
  • Support the development, communication and implementation of effective growth strategies, processes and new programs and/or service lines.
  • Collaborate with the CEO and executive leadership team to develop and implement plans for financial systems, processes, and personnel designed to accommodate strategic objectives of the organization
  • Select and maintain qualified personnel in all positions who report directly to him/her/them
  • Assure staff performance results by coaching, counseling, mentoring, planning, monitoring and evaluating job performance.
  • Foster a success-oriented and accountable environment within the organization.
  • Track KPI’s and business success metrics
  • Negotiate and manage high level vendor contracts as needed
  • Serve as a key member of the 340B compliance team

How you describe your skills:

  • You have a passion and connection to the communities we serve
  • You are committed to your ethics and always Do the “right” thing
  • Thoughtfully able to deliver extraordinary ideas and strategies – you can help paint the big picture but develop and execute the details (ability to strategize and deliver tactically)
  • You like to plan, but you are able to adapt to changing plans and can effectively help others manage change
  • You work with intensity to get things done
  • Your friends describe your personality as “positively contagious”
  • Listening is one of your key strengths
  • You are the model of the organization’s values and people can readily point to you as an example of how to ‘be’
  • You can conduct a hard conversation and still maintain respect and dignity throughout
  • Approaches leadership through a mindset of service
  • You “love” what you do, you seek to serve mission
  • You are a natural caretaker
  • You balance People and Process
  • You like North Austin near 183/Steck/Mopac
  • You value great benefits and a mission driven work culture

Your previous work life and education must include:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance required
  • 10+ years accounting experience required
  • 5+ years of leadership experience
  • Controlling and/or oversight of at least $10 million in revenue

Your previous work life and education ideally include:

  • CPA & MBA preferred
  • Working with a team to develop strategy
  • Demonstrable results in increasing patient value
  • Leadership/management in a healthcare organization or related industry
  • Knowledge of or experience with 3rd party payors, government payors, and revenue cycle operations
  • Oversight of human resources functions
  • Knowledge of or experience with the 340B pharmaceutical program
  • Experience in leading rapid growth teams and scaling operations
  • 3+ or more years of non-profit experience
  • Experience in a Big 4 firm before moving into industry

Application Instructions:

Interested candidates can send their resume and cover letter along with their salary requirements to our recruiting partner: Please reference CFO in your subject line.

EOE Statement: Texas Health Action is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.