Chief Financial Officer – Pittsburg, Kansas
ABOUT THE POSITION
The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is a member of the Leadership Team and key management staff. This position is responsible for all aspects of CHC/SEK’s finances including, but not limited to purchasing, accounts payable, account receivable, revenue cycle management, grant compliance and management and the organization budget. The CFO also oversees Information Technology and Facilities and Materials Management departments. Works cooperatively and effectively with the other members of the leadership team and staff, utilizing a balanced approach to fiscal accountability that includes the philosophy of CHC/SEK as well as the perspectives of all disciplines involved in CHC/SEK’s health services.
We currently have about 650 FTEs providing outstanding services to 65,000 patients in our system. This position would oversee a $68M annual budget.
- Oversees all aspects of the CHC/SEK’s finances.
- Ensures compliance with all federal, state and other regulatory agencies regarding accounting processes, including tax compliance.
- Responsible for financial reporting to the Board of Directors.
- Coordinates financial auditing of operations.
- Assists with data collection for UDS submission to HRSA.
- Oversees the management, reporting and compliance for all grants received.
- Oversees the management of Information Technology and Facilities departments, including strategic planning, purchasing, and compliance.
- Assists with benefit management.
- Handles employee grievances, as appropriate, and communicates outcomes to CEO.
- Assists in the recruitment, interviewing and provides input in regards to finance staff; assessment of staff workloads, recommends additional staff when applicable.
- Coordinates paid time off (PTO) for identified staff under his/her direction supervision.
- Reviews time sheets for accuracy, approves and submits time sheets for staff under his/her direct supervision.
- Attends training seminars, conferences, and meetings as appropriate or as requested by CEO.
- Provides leadership and participates in quality improvement projects as appropriate.
- Notifies supervisor of unusual occurrences and adheres to policy regarding incident forms and/or patient complaints.
- Ensures compliance with HIPAA, OSHA & other regulatory agencies.
- Positively supports requests from the CEO and the Board when implementing policy and new programs.
- Consistently follows through on organizational needs and responsibilities.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Certified Public Accountant.
- Master’s Degree in Accounting preferred.
- Five (5) years of experience in organization finance. Health care finance preferred.
- Understanding of non-profit accounting practices.
- Must be able to manage a large, complex budget with multiple and varied sources of funding.
- Five years executive level experience in healthcare administration, preferably with a Federally Qualified Health Center/Community Health Center.