The CEO & President is looking for a partner in developing sound workflows and execution of those workflows to ensure that CCI’s finances and reporting capabilities are impeccable, and bring a forward-focused, proactive stance to guiding the agency’s finances. The chosen leader will be excited about the prospect of revamping and then relaunching the department as part of an overall organization redesign initiative.
KEY FUNCTIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Reporting to the CEO, the Chief Financial Officer is responsible for financial management to include planning (long and short term), budgeting, accounting, financial statements, proposing fee structures, managing A/R, reporting on the financial status of the agency, ensuring appropriate grant/contract reimbursement, maintaining internal controls, ensuring a successful annual audit, meeting grant regulations and requirements, and performing the necessary and appropriate financial/program analyses.
Attends and presents prepared financials on the last Tuesday evening of each monthly Board of Directors meeting.
Develops and ensures implementation of goals, projects, policies, procedures, methods, and controls in the finance department.
Collaborates with the Chief Information Officer to develop and deliver a dashboard of key performance indicators to all stakeholders, including forecasts of revenues, expenditures and cash flows, patient service payor mix, Days AR outstanding, visit volume, and grant drawdown levels
Responsible for developing grant application budgets, annual financial grant reports, and overall grant tracking.
Directs the general accounting activities, including maintenance of general ledgers, and review of payroll records.
Prepares annual and special financial reports, studies, projects, and analyses.
Develops and maintains internal control systems and establishes internal audit and financial-related corporate compliance policies and procedures.
Provides data, reports, and other analytical information to assist in the preparation of the annual budget.
Prepares and revises the fiscal operations procedures manual and ensures implementation of these fiscal policies/procedures.
Provides consultation to other departments with short- and long-range fiscal needs.
Responds to requests for information from various departments.
Supervises and implements daily accounting operations including the verifying of payroll and cash disbursements.
Selects, trains, supervises and evaluates department staff.
Completes monthly rounding meetings with staff and actively participates in quarterly Leadership Development Institute (LDI) meetings with the broader leadership team.
Responds in an appropriate and timely manner to the needs, concerns, and problems of staff, the finance department, and the organization.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
A combination of education and experience providing the required skill and knowledge for success would require minimally:
Bachelor’s degree in accounting from an accredited college or university (required), an advanced degree in accounting (preferred).
Six (6) years experience in health care finance and accounting (required) with demonstrated proficiency in working in a highly regulated environment.
Four (4) years of proven supervisory experience with demonstrated ability in creating workflows and fostering team inclusive processes that ensure high-performing team members at every step of the process.
Must have experience in nonprofit health care environments, preferably FQHC.
Must be a self-starter who is able to effectively manage multiple complex projects.
Able to effectively communicate with personnel from diverse backgrounds.
Strong written, verbal, and presentation skills.
Able to see both macro and micro views with strong analytical skills and the ability to effectively use technology.
Has the ability to read and comprehend both simple complex instructions, short correspondence, and memos. Has the ability to write simple correspondence. Has the ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations.
Has the ability to analyze financial results from operations, complete budget, financial, and cash flow forecasts
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand, walk, stoop, kneel, or crouch. The employee frequently is required to reach with hands and arms; use hands to handle or feel; and talk or hear. The employee may be required to lift and/or move up to 15 lbs. and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 lbs. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision, and the ability to adjust focus.