Chief Financial Officer
- Location: Lovell, WY
- Posted: Dec 14, 2018
Chief Financial Officer
GENERAL: The employee will demonstrate the ability to: manage time; maintain a safe and clean environment; practice confidentiality; treat all persons with respect and professional courtesy; accept change; support the mission and vision of North Big Horn Hospital; accept and provide constructive feedback; promote a sense of team and be a team player to all; adhere to the infection control, fire and safety, disaster and hazardous waste policies. Adhere to NBHH Code of Business Conduct and the Personal Service Excellence expectations. The employee must also demonstrate the competencies for the position and adhere to policies and procedures for the department.
JOB SUMMARY: As a member of the Hospital's senior management team, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will participate in the financial and functional decision-making processes necessary for the successful attainment of the hospital's mission in addition to maintaining an awareness of changes in healthcare matters that could have an impact on the success of the hospital. The CFO will oversee the business office, materials management, health information management, payroll, accounts payable, information systems, all accounting functions and other departments that may be assigned by the CEO.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBIILITIES:
1. Directs, coordinates and monitors the financial operations of North Big Horn Hospital District.
2. Directs and coordinates the departmental budgets with input from all department managers, CEO, and board of trustees, ensuring that all Wyoming Department of Audit guidelines and timelines are met.
3. Monthly financial reporting to senior management and the board of trustees.
4. Establishes and monitors the accounting operations of the organization to ensure that the functions are performed according to established time frames and U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
5. Ensures accurate records are maintained regarding donated and grant funds and that the funds are properly expended as intended.
6. Coordinates or prepares the organization's third party cost reports for maximum reimbursement.
7. Works with each department head to enhance cost containment.
8. Remains current on rules/regulations of third party payers; formulates strategies related to third party reimbursement mechanisms.
9. Ascertains and enforces that adequate internal controls are maintained in order to inhibit the misuse of hospital assets and/or ensure the accuracy of information.
10. Provides education annually or as needed to department heads relating to fiscal policies and procedures, budgeting, and financial statements.
11. Coordinates all third party and operational audits, preparing all work papers as needed.
12. Performs any special data gathering, financial analysis and/or studies as assigned by the Chief Executive Office, including proformas for capital equipment and new service lines.
13. Ensures that funds are insured by the FDIC or secured by the banks.
14. Directs and coordinates all IRS reporting for payroll and the hospital foundation.
15. Fill in for the CEO in his/her absence.
16. Performs outside agency reporting to Data Bank, AHA, WHA, etc.
Has executive responsibility for and oversees the operations of the following departments; Business Office, Health Information Management, Payroll, Fiscal Services, Information Services and Materials Management
Knowledge of general office equipment and procedures
Effective human interrelation skills
Accounting skills and analysis of financial documents
Must be able to establish and maintain effective work relationships with associates, coworkers, visitors and employees
Proficient in Micro Soft Excel
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration or Accounting; or a minimum of 10 years experience in the accounting field
5 years of progressive health care leadership experience
Effective human relation skills
Ability to communicate effectively in this position
Ability to complete tasks in a timely manner
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Visual acuity - to utilize computer terminal screens, read financial records, files, invoices, etc.
Hearing ability - to answer telephone and relate to employees and public.
Manual dexterity - to operate calculator, keyboard, copy machine, and fax
Ability to work under pressure
Work is usually sedentary, but does require driving, sitting, standing, walking, reaching, pulling, pushing, and grasping with risk of environmental exposure to communicable diseases.
Position Type : Full Time
Kirsten Bryson - HR Director
1115 Lane 12
Lovell, WY 82431