The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) provides both operational and programmatic support to the organization. The CFO supervises the finance department and is the chief financial spokesperson for the organization. The CFO reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and directly assists the members of the executive team, and the Governance Board on all strategic and tactical matters as they relate to budget management, cost benefit analysis, forecasting needs and the securing of new funding.
Incumbents in this job may have access to proprietary consumer or company information and must maintain the privacy and confidentiality of this information. All employees must perform their jobs with a focus on risk management, occupational safety and health, and providing internal and external customer service. Employees working in a supervisory capacity must practice effective human resources practices to ensure a healthy working environment.
KEY JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Incumbents in the job must be able to perform the key duties and responsibilities of the job and all other duties as assigned with or without reasonable accommodations.
Responsible for all financial accounting and reporting, procedures and internal controls of the department
Overall supervision of Payroll, Purchasing, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, MIS and General Accounting functions of the Finance Department.
Responsible for the recruitment, supervision, training, and evaluation of the Finance Department staff which also includes the billing department.
Responsible for the center’s relationship with federal and state tax authorities and government regulators (BPHC, regional office, etc.)
Ensure all insurance coverage’s including director’s and officer’s, malpractice, general property, etc. are in place each year
Fiscal management of all city, state, and federal grants
Develop, supervise, and coordinate all efforts to attain maximum third party reimbursement including capitates arrangements
Supervise the preparation of all regulatory reports (i.e. FSR, UDS, Medicare, Medicaid, IRS Form 990, state tax returns, etc.)
Attend the finance committee meeting of the health center’s Board of Directors and present the current fiscal situation. Also, attend the meetings of and report to Board of Directors at the request of the Chief Executive Officer or board members.
Preparation of annual organization budget as well as individual grant budgets; coordinate all department budgets; work with all department heads throughout the year to insure that expenditures adhere to legal and budgetary requirements
Act in behalf of the Chief Executive Officer in his/her absence and upon request
All other duties as assigned by the Chief Executive Officer
This position is responsible for the finance department.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND COMPETENCIES
5 years job related experience in a not-for-profit setting and with the handling of government contracts • Excellent analytical and forecasting skills • 2 years experience as a CFO • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Strong leadership skills