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Homebridge, Inc.

Chief Financial Officer


Homebridge, Inc. (formerly In-Home Supportive Services Consortium) is a San Francisco-based non-profit that delivers safe and effective home care, trains caregivers for successful employment and partners with hospitals to safely transition patients home. Through its unique service model, the agency helps complexly-diagnosed older adults and adults with disabilities to live independently in their homes and communities of choice. Each year, Homebridge and its staff of 450 employees serve over 1,300 clients. More information about Homebridge can be found on its website:

Homebridge began in 1985 as a pilot project of several San Francisco non-profits that sought to enable San Franciscans with special challenges to live at home with appropriate supports. Over time, Homebridge’s success in developing and perfecting this model of care resulted in its selection as the only provider of “contract mode” in-home supportive services for the City of San Francisco, providing critical support to those unable to hire and manage their own care providers. Today, fueled by the demand for its services, Homebridge has grown to become a $28M non-profit and is positioned for significant growth at the forefront of the integration of long term services with healthcare.




The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for all financial matters at Homebridge and serves as a senior leader of the organization. Reporting to the Executive Director, the CFO will partner with Homebridge senior leadership, department directors and, the board of directors to develop and implement strategies across the organization, with responsibility for Finance, Strategic & Business Planning. They will work with the ED in strategic planning, evaluation, and other initiatives, as well in shaping the organization’s unique culture and values. This is a tremendous opportunity for a leader with finance and planning experience to maximize and strengthen the internal capacity of a well-respected and growing organization. The CFO will manage and mentor a professional staff of six fulltime employees, including a controller and accounting staff. 


Strategy & Planning


  • As business partner to the ED and department directors, develop tools and systems to provide critical financial and operational information through a disciplined planning process and to make actionable recommendations on both strategy and operations

  • Oversee long-term budgetary planning, including revenue generation and cost management strategies, in alignment with Homebridge’s strategic plan

  • Direct organizational strategic planning at the staff and board levels. Create a process of goal-setting and reporting that flows logically and seamlessly between all layers of staff and the board

  • Engage the board finance committees around issues, trends, and changes in the operating model(s) and operational delivery



  • Plan, implement, and manage all financial-related activities of the company, including budgeting, accounting, forecasting, payroll, retirement plans, tax filings, audits and insurance

  • Ensure the integrity and accuracy of Homebridge’s financial reporting

  • Develop and utilize forward-looking, predictive models and activity-based financial analyses to provide insight into the organization’s operations and business plans

  • Coordinate the development and monitoring of budgets

  • Ensure maintenance of appropriate internal controls and financial procedures

  • Drive technology and process enhancements to ensure Homebridge can function effectively at scale

  • Ensure legal and regulatory compliance regarding all financial functions

  • Oversee cash flow planning and ensure availability of funds as needed

Strategy & Planning

  • Advocate for Homebridge’s mission, clients and employees

  • Participate in organizational strategy and policy development as a member of the senior management team

  • Represent Homebridge to financial partners, including financial institutions, funders, auditors, public officials, etc. Develop strong relationships which enhance Homebridge’s standing in the community and ability to fund its operations

  • Supervise and provide professional development opportunities to the Controller and other finance staff






A Bachelor’s degree is required. Accounting or Business Administration degree preferred.

Masters in Business Administration (MBA) highly desirable.




  • At least five years of senior financial management experience

  • Experience working in the non-profit or public sector 

  • Experience having final responsibility for the quality and content of financial data, reporting and audit coordination for an organization or program area

  • At least seven years of total accounting/finance experience

  • Direct experience at organizations with budgets of $5M+

  • Strong knowledge of accounting and reporting software (Intaact experience desirable)

  • Experience at integrating IT/Systems to improve accounting productivity and accuracy

  • Experience at working with external auditors, compliance and regulatory oversight

  • Experience at change leadership and change management

  • Knowledge of Office Suite and Excel and familiarity with software like Salesforce and Quickbooks

  • A track record in monitoring/managing government grants or contracts




The successful professional will have or be:


  • An entrepreneurial spirit with a high level of initiative, attention to detail and strong organization skills

  • Strong quantitative, analytic, and problem-solving skills which enable sound decision-making 

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Excellent interpersonal, team-building and staff leadership skills

  • Excellent conceptualization and project leadership skills

  • Ability to translate financial concepts to – and effectively collaborate with – program and other colleagues who often do not have finance backgrounds

  • Ability to work well within a multicultural team environment

  • Sense of humor, integrity, personal sense of accountability

  • Skill in successfully managing multiple projects on tight deadlines and under pressure

  • A commitment to professional ethics and the ability to responsibly handle sensitive and confidential information with discretion



A competitive salary and generous employee benefits package will be offered. To be considered for this position or for additional information on the opportunity, please send resume to or contact:

David N. Randall


Randall Search Associates

415 767 3814

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