Chief Financial Officer

Employer
Jobot
Location
Manhattan, Kansas
Posted
Apr 23, 2024
Closes
Apr 26, 2024
Ref
2747879225
Level
Executive
Work Mode
Work from office
Hours
Full Time
Employment Type
Permanent
Organization Type
Corporate
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Salary: $120,000 - $180,000 per year

A bit about us:

a private, not-for-profit community mental health center,

Why join us?

offer a full range of benefits to all our full-time staff! We offer a full range of health, dental, and vision insurance through the State of Kansas, as well as an excellent retirement plan through KPERS. We are also proud to provide competitive wages, generous paid time off (18 days off your first year and 24 your second on) and several voluntary benefits like ambulance, hospital indemnity, and short-term disability insurance.

Job Details

The Chief Financial Officer is responsible for providing leadership within a dynamic and innovative community behavioral health organization. The CFO is responsible for all financial operations while aligning financial systems with the mission, vision and strategy of the Company. He/she will help lead and drive performance, guide the organization in all revenue maximization, accounting, auditing, revenue cycle management matters through a rapidly evolving landscape of behavioral health care ensuring financial and strategic success.

Essential Responsibilities

Drive performance in areas of revenue maximization and productivity benchmarks.
Prepare and manage budgets to facilitate achievement of Company's goals and objectives.
Prepare and maintain regular financial reports, analyze results and develop recommendations.
Prepare and present monthly and annual financial statements to Board of Directors and Foundation Board of Directors.
Prepare and manage Cost Reports.
Experience with Cost Analysis and financial modeling.
Oversee cash flow planning and ensure availability of funds as needed.
Oversee cash, investment, and asset management.
Oversee financing strategies and activities, as well as banking relationships.
Hire, supervise and evaluate a qualified staff and ensure they are trained to meet the needs of their position. Drive and monitor performance, document concerns provide feedback and take corrective action as necessary.
Develop, review and revise polices and procedures related to areas of responsibility.
Work cooperatively with program directors and their staffs to ensure the efficient and effective provision of services.
Monitor and assist as needed with the annual financial audit. Implement corrective action as necessary
Provide leadership and serves as a member of committees and work groups as assigned.
Advise, consult and serve as a member of the management team in the development and execution of short term and long range plans based on agency goals, strategic planning and growth objectives.
Maintain and advance knowledge and skills related specifically to position or to field of work through regular review of pertinent materials and participation in training events as approved by supervisor.
Adhere to the standards, policies and instructions established by Policy and Procedure and any applicable ethical codes within field of employment.
Review and comply with Code of Conduct outlined in the Employee Handbook.
Serve on relevant trade organization committees.
Who You Are

The ideal candidate for this position will be result-driven and will have a commitment to the mission and its growth and expansion. The next CFO will have a track-record of success, driving results as a CFO in a community behavioral health, hospital, community health center/Federally Qualified Community Health Center. Must be result-driven, good steward of revenue and drive revenue maximization strategies. A background in Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC), Community Mental Health Center (CMHC), or Federally Qualified Community Health Center (FQHC) is required.

Required

Must be of good moral character, be a strong steward of revenue and maintain honesty and integrity in all financial operations, reporting and business dealings.
Master's degree in finance, accounting, business administration or a relevant field. A CPA highly desired.
Five years of finance leadership experience, preferably in community behavioral health, Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC), Community Mental Health Center (CMHC), or Federally Qualified Community Health Center (FQHC) with a budget of at least $10 million.
Personal computer skills, hands-on knowledge of accounting systems, electronic health records including strong Microsoft Excel experience.
Strong analytical and communication skills.
Preferred

CPA strongly preferred.
Ten years of finance experience, in a community behavioral health, Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC), Community Mental Health Center (CMHC), or a Federally Qualified Community Health Center (FQHC).
Experience with SAGE Accounting suite.
Experience with Microsoft Office programs.

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