Director of Finance
|Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting or Business
|Proven finance professional with 10+ years of broad financial experience in a senior finance role with responsibility for the quality and content of strategic financial planning, financial reporting, and audit coordination. Supervisory experience required.
Are you a seasoned financial leader with a desire to make a meaningful impact in your community? In this critical role, you will play a key part in shaping the financial strategies that drive our mission to enhance and transform CHCS services. If you thrive in a challenging environment, possess a deep understanding of financial management within the non-profit, healthcare sector, and are driven by a commitment to improving the well-being of communities, we invite you to apply and make a difference today. This position is located in the Bangor, ME office.
Here is what you will be doing:
• Working closely with the Executive Director and the entire leadership team, evaluate all service lines and develop a strategic financial plan that addresses changes necessary to achieve enhanced and sustainable financial performance.
• Financial Management: Lead the finance team, reviewing and approving payments including payroll to ensure accuracy and completeness, overseeing accounts receivable and funds received by the organization in accordance with strong internal controls, reviewing cash reconciliations and journal entries monthly.
• Budgeting and Forecasting: Develop, monitor, and manage the annual budget, and prepare financial forecasts to support strategic planning.
• Financial Analysis and Reporting: Analyze financial data to identify trends and potential issues. Produce accurate and timely financial reports, for internal and external stakeholders.
• Grant and Contract Management: Oversee financial compliance for grants and contracts, including budgeting, reporting, and ensuring adherence to agreement requirements guaranteeing the fidelity of financial data to meet the standards of the federal and state compliance audits.
• Audit and Compliance: Manage the annual financial audit process including the 401k plan and single audits. Maintain compliance with all relevant regulations and implement effective internal controls.
• Financial Leadership: Provide ongoing budget training to clinical staff to ensure understanding of their program’s revenues and expenses, and how their program impacts the organizational budget.
• Operations: Supervise administrative functions, including office operations, facilities management, and vendor relationships.
• Reimbursement: Manage the annual Medicare home health and hospice cost report and Hospice Cap filing. Maintain appropriate financial and statistical reporting frameworks to meet the current cost report requirements.
You have this background:
• Dedication to the organization mission is essential with prior experience in a healthcare non-profit organization preferred.
• Operations and/or administration management experience.
• Working knowledge of CFR 200: Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards preferred.
• Solid understanding of the Maine Uniform Accounting and Auditing Practices for Community Agencies (MAAP).
• Ability to translate financial concepts to and to effectively collaborate with programmatic colleagues who do not necessarily have finance backgrounds.
• Experience and proficiency at an advanced level with Excel and financial software.
• Skilled with vendor management and agreements.
• A willingness to be hands-on when needed.