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Chief Financial Officer
PariMAXWashington, DC
We are currently searching for a tactical and strategic-thinking Chief Financial Officer to help us drive that innovation. Oversee applicable fiscal transactions and may record details in applicable financial systems.
Chief Financial Officer
PariMAXWashington, PA
Our companies and products include AmTote, Xpressbet, 1/ST BET, and PariMAX, and we are always eager to add enthusiastic and knowledgeable members to our growing team. As an essential Finance Executive, you will direct, lead and oversee the financial operations of the company, including company financial planning and activities, debt financing, budget management, directing the preparation of current financial reports, and forecasting future growth predictions.
Full-time
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The Chief Financial Officer will be responsible for being a strategic member of the leadership team and will oversee the financial aspect of the organization.
Understand strategy and priority and balance financial plan in a way that accomplishes the mission and service to members with good financial results.
Chief Financial Officer
PariMAXPasco, WA
Assist in balancing operational and financial systems in accordance with Sarbanes-Oxley requirements and documentation. Partner with Corporate in overseeing and monitoring the entire company's financial results and corresponding budget for complete fiscal responsibility.
Chief Financial Officer
ParimaxBethel Park, PA
Overview: Ready to take a different path?
Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
PariMAXWashington, PA
Then this might be the perfect opportunity for youAs an essential Finance Executive, you will direct, lead and oversee the financial operations of the company, including company financial planning and activities, debt financing, budget management, directing the preparation of current financial reports, and forecasting future growth predictions.

Title: chief financial officer Company: parimax

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