Utah Transit Authority is looking for its next Chief Financial Officer (CFO). As a member of the executive management team, the CFO is a critical advisor to the Executive Director, Board of Trustees, and Advisory Council on developing financial resiliency to meet the strategic and transformational goals of UTA. This might mean making difficult decisions that impact operations down to the individual driver or championing technology to achieve our business objectives. As a public sector professional, the CFO needs to have an unquestionable sense of integrity and an inherent penchant for the stewardship of public funds, combined with the political prowess to effectively posture the organization for success. Our finances come from a wide variety of sources, including state, federal, and local tax dollars. This means the CFO will be responsible not only for developing innovative financing packages for large, debt-funded capital projects, but also embraces transparency at all levels.