Chief Financial Officer
- Location: South Bend, WA
- Posted: Nov 5, 2019
The CFO is responsible for all the functions related to the financial operations of a hospital. These responsibilities include the accounting, insurance, financial systems, and auditing of all medical departments. CFOs gather and analyze all the financial data and information to make sure the hospital is operating within budget and to determine how to allocate funds to various areas. These officers create detailed reports of their findings and must explain to department heads and boards of directors why these financial decisions are being made. Also has Alder House financial over-site.
The CFO also supervises additional departments.
Directs and coordinates district, hospital activities concerned with the financial administration, general accounting, patient business services, data processing, admission, medical records, health care review, resident activities, and statistical reporting.
Devises and installs new or modified accounting systems to provide complete and accurate records of assets, liabilities, and financial transactions. Evaluates accounting methods for ensuring timely receipt of payments on patient accounts and reducing costs of accounting operations.
Responsible for preparation of cost reimbursement reports and other surveys as requested by government or other third party agencies.
Prepares or directs subordinates in the preparation of the annual budget based on prior year, current year, and budget year anticipated expenditures and revenues.
Directs compilation of data and preparation of financial operating reports for planning and preparation of financial operating reports for planning effective administration of district activities by management.
Computes and records depreciation of buildings, equipment, and real estate holdings.
Prepares detailed analysis of expenditures, and capital asset values from previous periods. Makes recommendation to Administration concerning means of reducing District operating costs and increasing revenues, based on knowledge of market trends, financial reports, and industry operating procedures.
Examines insurance policies to ascertain that District assets are properly insured against loss.
Participates in discussions with Administration concerning equipment purchases and construction of facility additions.
Acts as auditor for the District.
Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Business Administration or related field.
Minimum of three years’ experience in Healthcare Management with budget emphasis. Supervisory experience required.
Computer, 10-key calculator, ledgers
We offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience and background with a generous benefit package, of medical, dental, vision, and retirement.
Dustie Franks, HR Assistant 360-875-4526
Email: dfranks @willapa.net
Hours: 1.0 FTE, full-time, management, exempt position