Chief Financial Officer
Posted on: May 16, 2020
We're looking for a candidate to fill this position in an
- Management responsibility for finance and accounting policies
and procedures, systems, and internal controls according to
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
- --Recommends improvements to ensure the integrity of the
organizations financial information. Oversees financial system
implementation and upgrades.
- Ensures accounting systems provide complete and accurate
records of organizational assets, liabilities and financial
transactions. Evaluates accounting procedures for quality control
and to plan methods for insuring timely receipt of payments,
reducing costs of accounting operations, and expediting flow of
- Maintains adequate staff of qualified and competent personnel
to satisfy departmental responsibilities. Provides orientation and
continuing education, as needed, to maintain staff that is
competent in job-related skills. Prepares and presents annual
employee evaluations in a timely manner for the department.
- Provides strategic management of the payroll, accounting and
finance functions including identifying and managing business
risks, insurance requirements and investments. Enforce
organizational and department policies and standards. Interact with
senior management in order to provide leadership with skills and
information vital to the decision-making process. Provide strategic
support to President/Chief Executive Officer.
- Management responsibility for appropriate and cost-effective
insurance coverage for all areas of liability and potential
liability, including general liability, property and directors and
officers, and ensure all are in effect at all times. Ensure that
insurance renewals are managed in a timely manner to obtain and
assess renewal quotes, and not allow any lapse of coverage.
- Prepares, or directs preparation of, annual tax returns, annual
OSHPD report and other required governmental reporting, including
Welfare Exemptions, Business Property Statement, Medicare Cost
Report, Medicare Credit Balance Reports, Utilization Reports, Form
990s, Form 1099s, and Form W-2s, for all organizations, as
appropriate. Prepares, or contracts for preparation of, the annual
Medicare and Medi-Cal cost reports.
- Prepares operating and capital budgets based on past, current
and anticipated expenditures and revenues. Continual improvement of
the budgeting process through education of department managers on
financial issues impacting their budgets.
- Prepares detailed analyses of financial statements to reflect
variances in income, expenditures and capital asset values from
previous periods. Makes recommendations to administration
concerning means of reducing organizational operating costs and
increasing revenues, based on knowledge of market trends, financial
reports and industry operating procedures.
- Establishes and manages relationships with financial
institutions, independent auditors, major vendors and business
partners including preparation and review of contracts. Coordinates
activities of external financial auditors. Optimize the handling of
bank and deposit relationships and initiate appropriate strategies
to enhance cash position. Develop a reliable cash flow projection
process and reporting mechanism that includes minimum cash
threshold to meet operating needs of the organizations.
- Arranges financing as required, including lines of credit, real
estate financing, and equipment financing.
- Monitors and reports on progress of investments with
established investment management services and makes
recommendations to optimize investments of financial capital.
- Bachelor's degree in accounting, business administration with a
concentration in accounting or finance, or related field and
licensed as a certified public accountant (CPA) and/or certified
management accountant (CMA), or equivalent.
- Master's degree in accounting, business administration,
finance, or related field, preferred.
- Minimum of five (5) years of experience with increasing
responsibilities in healthcare, preferably hospice, financial
management, reporting, planning, analysis and personnel
- Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles unique to
non-profits, federal and state tax law unique to non-profits and
- ---Excellent analytical, people management, project management,
and organizational skills.
- Ability to train, supervise and develop staff.
- Ability to prioritize many projects and keep each of them
moving forward at the necessary pace. Ability to thrive in a
fast-paced, rapidly changing, rapid growth environment.
- Excellent verbal communication, written communication, and
- Ability to communicate financial information to people without
extensive financial backgrounds. Ability to distill financial
detail into concise, clear summaries that highlight the most
- Excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to maintain excellent
relationships with employees, volunteers, colleagues, Board
members, vendors/business partners, and others in the
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