Applicants must have a CPA certification/license. Previous experience with a non-profit preferred, not required.
POSITION SUMMARY: This position is primarily responsible for the financial management services of Saint Joseph’s Mercy Care Services and Mercy Senior Care. Provides oversight of budgeting, payroll, accounts payable, grants receivable, patient accounts receivables, purchasing, and all financial reporting functions. This position is responsible for credentialing all Mercy Care providers with various government and non-government payers. This position is further responsible for ensuring that the billing to these various payers occur timely. This position is responsible for developing and implementing financial counseling at the fixed site clinics. This position is also responsible for the management of the Materials department at Saint Joseph’s Mercy Care. Provides direction on on-line purchasing of medication, materials and supplies, the inventory control program, “Sharing The Care” in-kind management, quality and emergency preparedness. This position is responsible for scheduling and coordinating external audit engagements for organizational and program-specific audits. Ensures compliance with hospital and department policies with respect to patient accounting, financial accounting and purchasing. Serves as a member of the SJMCS Management Team. Assists the SJMCS President, Vice President, and leadership team in the development and coordination of policies and procedures that insure timely and accurate accountability, especially those related to financial matters.
EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: Bachelors Degree in Administration with accounting emphasis required. MBA or CPA required.
EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: A minimum of three (3) years progressive management experience with at least seven (7) years in the field.
JOB KNOWLEDGE: Background in Healthcare/Non-profit industry. Working knowledge of grant accounting systems, including Government Audit Standards and Federal A-133 audit requirements, payroll systems, accounts payable systems, billing and collections systems, reimbursement systems, contract administration and data/reporting management. A working knowledge of principles and practices of department administration, including methods and techniques used in program management and development, planning, organization and financial and personnel reporting practices as required by the state. Must be able to plan, organize and coordinate varied and complex operations, present ideas effectively, orally and in writing to a diverse audience. Must be able to deal constructively with conflict; collect, analyze and interpret data from a variety of sources and take appropriate action. Must be able to select, supervise, train and evaluate employees. Must have the ability to develop, and manage a budget.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY FOR: Accounting Assistant and Intern, Collections Coordinator, Grants Accountant, and Purchasing Staff.
Additional Salary Information: salary range will be determined by experience and other requirements