Pender Community Hospital District, an actively growing healthcare organization, has an excellent opportunity for a full-time Chief Financial Officer to join our team.
The Chief Financial Officer will have overall responsibility for all financial operations of the hospital district, including direct reports, budget, audit, and tax filings. The Chief Financial Officer will work with the leadership team to develop and implement short-term and long-range objectives to maximize patient care and financial well-being. This position will also collaborate with the district’s administration team working together to fulfill the mission of providing a continuum of exceptional healthcare services in a healing environment for everyone.
Hours: Salary/Exempt Position Wage: Competitive, based on experience.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Develop and oversee financial analysis, forecasting, and decision support activities - Identify, evaluate and make recommendations on strategic business opportunities - Develop, implement and oversee financial operating systems, processes, and controls
QUALIFICATIONS: Education and/or Experience - Master's degree in accounting, health care administration, business or related field - 5 - 7 years of experience in operational/strategic planning - 5 - 7 years of experience in a management position - Prior hospital accounting experience preferred - Critical Access Hospital experience preferred - CPA license preferred
We offer a generous compensation package including paid time off, health insurance, vision and dental flex-benefits, life insurance and 403B retirement match.
This institution is an EEO/AA Employer and Provider - Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities.
Internal Number: 21-01-ADM-H
About Pender Community Hospital
The Mission of the PCH District is to provide a continuum of exceptional healthcare services in a healing environment for everyone.
The Vision of the PCH District is to be the best place to get care and the best place to give care.
Pender Community Hospital strives to continuously improve the quality of patient services we provide. Patient satisfaction is an important indicator of the quality of care provided. Patient satisfaction surveys are available for you to comment on your care while a patient at Pender Community Hospital. We encourage your comments, as they help us improve our patient care services. If you have a quality of care problem or a concern that requires more immediate attention, please notify your nurse and/or ask to speak to the patient representative, Shay Petersen, 385-4016 or Krista Trimble, Quality & Risk Management Director, 385-4040.
Gaining Your Trust:
We seek your trust and want you to depend on us. Our hospital seeks to assist and serve to the best of our ability.