Summary of Position Responsibility:
The CFO is responsible for directing the organizations overall financial policies. They are responsible for business operations that include; oversight of accounting operations, financial reporting, budgeting, cash/investment management, regulatory filings, corporate insurance, corporate tax returns, financial statistics, strategic planning, facilities, and information services activities of the organization. The CFO also leads and directs the work of others in the finance and information technology departments. They are also a member of the senior leadership team.
Oversees all financial business operations and implements financial policies, accounting system and cost controls and ensures compliance with applicable state, federal and Joint Commission laws and regulations
Compiles and maintains financial statistical information and develops systems to incorporate data and benchmarking into organizational decision-making.
Oversees the preparation of the annual budget, monitors allocation of funds within budgetary limitations, prepares budget variation reports, acts as financial liaison and attends board meetings.
Oversees the direction of information system operations, including establishment and implementation of information system policies, protects agency assets and ensures proper utilization of resources and protects confidentiality of information contained within the information systems.
Works with the management team in identifying unmet information system needs and develops an information system strategy and enhancement plan designed to meet those needs.
Oversees, negotiates and maintains agency agreements for space, equipment, financial and IT vendors and ensures all physical plant, equipment and support staff needs of the agency are identified and met.
Provides leadership support in strategic planning including long range financial planning, identifying opportunities for improved fiscal viability.
Manages, recruits and selects all finance, facilities, and information technology staff.
Reviews and oversees corporate insurance Medicare cost report and annual financial audit.
Other duties may be assigned or required for the performance of this position.
Education & Formal Training Required:
Master’s degree required preferably in business administration
Training in financial management, accounting and business management.
Job Experience Required:
5 plus years of experience in business administration and financial management
Experience with financial reporting, month and year end closing, employee management, budgeting, investment management, tax and regulatory filings and strategic and long range financial planning.
Presentation Skill is required, Knowledge of GAAP, Knowledge of Joint Commission, Medicare/Medicaid and payroll laws and regulations, Computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Finance database, patient database, accounting software, internet, e-mail), voicemail, calculator.
Keyword: Accountant, Executive, Manager
From: Hospice & Palliative Care of Northeastern Illinois
Hospice & Palliative Care of Northeastern Illinois - 21 months ago
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