The Associate Chief Financial Officer will provide leadership for the Indiana University School of Medicine’s (IUSM) long-term and short-term financial planning and resource allocation. Responsible for IUSM’s internal and external financial reporting, general accounting, treasury and cash management, financial management training and management of assets. Negotiate financial arrangements with University leadership and executive leadership of clinical partners. Participate in administrative consideration of all policies, strategic plans and programs of the IUSM related to the financial resources and operations of the School. Enable customers (department staff and Dean’s office staff) to access, understand, and use financial information for their respective unit
Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Oversee annual budget for IUSM.
Responsible for the preparation of the budget as well as the policies and procedures used to develop the budget.
Negotiate financial arrangements with clinical partners and the University.
Represent IUSM to central university and to health system and practice plan in financial and administrative matters and on advisory committees.
Develop resource allocation plans and policies for the IUSM.
Responsible for educating IUSM leadership regarding financial matters pertaining to the strategic direction of School.
Assist IUSM departments with any financial problems and issues.
Responsible for developing fiscal policies and procedures for the IUSM, which adhere to applicable University, state and federal policies and regulations.
Safeguard IUSM assets and eliminate potential liabilities. Create a cooperative and effective team. Work collaboratively with other IUSM Directors and senior leadership throughout the enterprise and represent IUSM on all matters related to finance.
REQUIRED: Master’s Degree in Business Administration or Health Administration or CPA, plus 10 years of progressive experience in Business Administration, Financial Management and employee supervision.
Work requires excellent skill in written and interpersonal communication, giving presentations, customer service and supervisory/management skills. Demonstrated managerial and business acumen with a customer service orientation.
Strong business aptitude with experience and demonstrated understanding of complex financial situations. Demonstrated ability and track record of strong financial, analytic and problem solving capabilities and ability to see the broader implications of key decisions. Ability to interpret and present financial information to financial and non-financial users.
Work requires ability to be team player, bringing creative and innovative approach to management of financial function. Strong communication skills which allows for continuous collaborations with all levels of internal and external personnel and organizations.
Indiana University School of Medicine is a national leader in medical research and education. With more than 60 academic departments and specialty divisions across nine campuses statewide and strong clinical partnerships with Indiana’s most advanced hospitals and physician networks, the school is continuously advancing its mission to prepare healers and transform health in Indiana and throughout the world.