Financial Controller: multi-site healthcare org, ERP implementation, post-merger integration, A&F pr

Employer
Kore 1
Location
Smyrna, Tennessee
Posted
Apr 01, 2024
Closes
Apr 06, 2024
Ref
2741919851
Work Mode
Hybrid
Hours
Full Time
Employment Type
Permanent
Organization Type
Corporate
THIS JOB IS HYBRID ONSITE IN NASHVILLE, TN. KORE1, a nationwide provider of staffing and recruiting solutions, has an immediate opening for a Sr. Financial Controller: multi-site healthcare delivery org, ERP implementation, post-merger integration, A&F process improvements; CPA is a + Our client is growing! They have an 8% year over year growth rate (between organic growth & M&A activities). They project that the business will double (in revenues) in the next 5 years. Now they just need the right Sr. Financial Controller to help them scale!
We are a fast-growing global organization looking for a highly skilled and experienced Controller to lead and professionalize the finance and accounting functions for the Americas.

As a key member of the company leadership team, the Controller is responsible for directing the core accounting functions and processes, including GL, AP and AR accounting, month end close, banking and treasury, sales & use tax processing and financial controls maintenance. The Controller's expertise in strategic finance initiatives and goals will be crucial in providing direction and support to the company's aggressive growth plans.

Major responsibilities:

This role requires exceptional strategic thinking, analytical abilities, and the capability to effectively communicate financial insights to stakeholders at all levels. Your contribution as Controller will be instrumental in professionalizing our financial operations and supporting the

achievement of strategic goals and performance focus in collaboration with the leadership team.

  • Serves as an expert consultant to executive leadership on major and high complexity healthcare issues with strategic importance and provides leadership and direction for the department in accordance with the overall strategic direction of financial services
  • Develops and maintains an environment of financial accountability, including a focus on internal controls, corporate compliance and revenue capture
  • Supports leadership in making operational changes and improving performance
  • Oversees processes the monthly close process, accounts payable, A/R invoicing, the application of cash receipts in a timely manner, and other finance and accounting functions
  • Prepares required materials and manages the annual audit
  • Strengthens and maintains a system of controls over accounting transactions
  • Ensures compliance with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements and tax filing
  • Develops staff and relationships with leadership to obtain high value performance in a collaborative work environment
  • Facilitates the ongoing learning, well-being, professional satisfaction and development of staff through training, work assignments, increased responsibility/autonomy and mentoring
  • Leads post-merger integration of finance activities of acquired companies
  • Coordinates with Revenue Cycle leadership to calculate accounts receivable reserves and the evaluation of patient accounts receivable in an accurate manner
  • Oversees cash flow management; monitors cash flow needs within the system and provides proactive pathways in meeting projected cash balances.