Organization: Marillac Clinic IncTitle: Director of Finance
Categories: Nonprofit Jobs
Region: Western Slope
Org Type: 501(c)(3)
Marillac Clinic Inc, a newly designated Federally Qualified Health Center is seeking to recruit a Director of Finance. The purpose of this position is to provide senior leadership to the Finance staff to include: planning, organizing, coordinating and directing all aspects of this department. More specifically, the incumbent is responsible for all aspects of financial management, which includes, but is not limited to: accounting, reporting, billing, budgeting, cash management, banking, taxes, financial regulatory compliance, and internal controls.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
· Serves on the Marillac Leadership Team and fully participates in setting organization-wide strategic and operation goals and objectives.
· Working with the Executive Director and Board Treasurer, develops and implements sound financial policies.
· Leads board in the development of board approved finance polices and creates finance department procedures that assure compliance with those policies.
· Serves as principal adviser to the Board of Directors and ED regarding the financial implication of various strategic and operational initiatives.
· Directs the preparation of the annual operating, cash, and capital budgets.
· Directs and/or prepares, in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), the preparation of annual and interim (monthly) financial statements.
· Reviews and analyzes financial statements and prepares appropriate written and/or oral analysis reports for presentation to the Board of Directors, its Finance Committee, and Marillac leadership.
· When appropriate, works with the Board Treasurer to assure the board and the finance committee have the tools needed to satisfy their corporate fiduciary responsibilities.
· Monitors departmental budgetary performance and works with department managers to deal with unexpected budget variances.
· Assures the development and implementation of effective internal control systems to protect corporate assets.
· Directs purchasing activities, to assure compliance with federal procurement regulations and value based purchasing (i.e., reasonable priced purchasing).
o When appropriate personally analyzes and negotiates contracts and other purchasing agreements with various contractors/vendors.
· Develops and implements finance departmental objectives. Assures effective staffing levels are maintained.
· Manages cash flow and banking relationships to ensure excess cash is managed in a way to maximize return on investment with levels of risk acceptable to the Board of Directors, as described in their financial policies.
· Directs accounts receivable activities (including patient service billing) to ensure collections are maximized within corporate compliance guidelines and in accordance with the Board of Directors’ Financial Policies.
· Directs the accurate and timely preparation of all required financial reporting (e.g., 990 Income Tax, Medicaid and Medicare cost reports, Federal Financial Report (FFR), Colorado Indigent Care Program (CICP) annual and quarterly summary reports, etc.)
· Assures effective personnel management throughout these departments (e.g., recruiting, training, establishing standards and holding accountable, coaching, etc.)
· Manages audit programs, to include the A-133 Single Audit, and the Primary Care Fund and CICP. Assures auditors are selected based on Board of Directors’ Financial Policies and other federal and state regulatory requirements.
· Manages and supervises performance of direct reports to assure quality service and the technical expertise of staff.
· Manages general liability and property insurance activities, to include selection of broker.
· Manages the relationship with the property managers and other overall facility management activities to include, general maintenance and repair schedules, vendor selection, etc. However, on the day-to-day basis, facilities management activities are generally managed by a designated site leader.
· Actively participates on the Quality, Risk and Safety (QRS) Management Committee.
· Maintains strictest of confidentiality.
· Participates in professional development activities and maintains professional affiliations.
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: As a leader of the organization, be alert to and insure that the best interests of the organization are maintained. Work with the leadership team on strategic initiatives and planning. Participate in organization strategic discussions, and philosophical discussions.
· Supervises Information Technology Staff:
o Provides day-to-day supervision of the IT staff, assuring that IT is responsive to the needs of the entire organization.
· Maintains a safe work environment:
o Implements, reviews, applies and actively enforces the clinic’s safety policies.
o Supports the safety program by actively looking for opportunities to improve safety practices and evaluates staff for safety practices and ergonomic issues.
o Disciplines staff when safety policies are violated.
o Knowledgeable of and compliant with laws and regulations governing area of responsibility.
o Responsible for reporting any potentially non-compliant conduct.
o Cooperates fully with our Compliance Officer in upholding our Compliance Plan.
· Perform other duties and responsibilities as required.
· Manage and coach staff.
· Initial and annual Performance Evaluations.
· Disciplinary action as needed.
Education / Experience
1. Master’s degree in Finance, Accounting MHA, MBA, or MS in health administration or business administration. Professional development courses in health care management.
2. Minimum of five years of senior leadership experience including three years in a health care clinic. Experience working in a Federally Qualified Health Center preferred.
Knowledge, skills and abilities:
1. Knowledge of the principles and practices of health care administration, fiscal management and government regulations and reimbursements
2. Knowledge of and skill in applying Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
3. Knowledge of computer systems, programs and applications.
4. Skill in exercising a high degree of initiative, judgment and discretion.
5. Ability to evaluate and make recommendations for continuous quality improvement.
6. Ability to research, analyze, interpret complex data and present comprehensive reports.
7. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively orally and in writing.
Please apply formally at www.stmarysgj.org/careers
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