The VICE PRESIDENT FINANCE (CFO) is a crucial member of the Service Area Executive Leadership Team. The position supports comprehensive leadership, service excellence, and financial management activities for North State Service Area. As a financial thought leader and business partner, the position provides executive leadership and analysis for short- and long-term financial planning, corporate diversification, capital and operational budgeting, capital accumulation, revenue generation and expense management, financial analysis, and financial operations. S/he has overall responsibility for the recommendation of financial policies and the development of relevant operational procedures. Duties include, but are not limited to:
Directs the preparation of all financial reports for the service area and oversees the evaluation of these reports.
Leads annual budgeting processes; coordinates with centralized budgeting department to ensure timely and accurate compilation of budgets and forecasts, and reviews performance as measured against planned objectives and budget goals.
Works in collaboration with Senior Management to develop and implement integrated financial policies and procedures. Ensures that standards and policies and procedures are followed in daily practice.
Oversees negotiations of all large capital expenditures.
Works with the Service Area Leaders in new program development and evaluates potential business opportunities.
Represents the organization and its directors and officers in all hospital-related financial affairs. Serves on the Dignity Health Finance Council and other Dignity Health committees and task forces as requested.
Qualifications: This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in accounting, finance or a related field; a Master’s Degree and a CPA are strongly preferred. The successful candidate will have a minimum of five years progressively responsible financial administrative experience in an acute healthcare institution; five years in a senior leadership capacity is strongly desirable. Other critical skills include knowledge of legal and tax considerations, compliance reporting requirements, finance, budget development, and financial analysis. S/he must have a well-developed understanding of computer applications and information technology and be able to network the resources necessary to marry financial planning with the clinical and strategic operating systems of the organization.
The Dignity Health North State Service Area consists of three non-profit hospitals, providing the most comprehensive health care system in far Northern California. We offer a full range of services including cancer care, heart care, orthopaedic services, maternity care, newborn and adult intensive care, emergency and trauma services, home health and hospice care, and other specialized programs. The Dignity Health North State hospitals include Mercy Medical Center Mt. Shasta, Mercy Medical Center Redding, and St. Elizabeth Community Hospital in Red Bluff.
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