• Chief Financial Officer

    Dayspring Family Health Center
    Job Description
    Chief Financial Officer
    The Chief Financial Officer serves as the focal point for all financial operations for the corporation's health care activities.  Under the direction of the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Financial Officer develops and executes financial policies and procedures.  The CFO is directly accountable for the functions of the general ledger, payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, grants accounting, budget preparation, logistics functions, information management systems, and other operations as may be necessary.
    1.             Develops and reviews all program budgets; coordinates and assists in such efforts as necessary.
    2.             Responsible for submitting and coordinating preparation of all financial reporting requirements including;  FQHC cost report, the UDS, internal financial management reports, and Indirect Cost Proposal.
    3.             Manage the purchasing activities of the Corporation.
    4.             Manage cash flows, program transfers, and program generated revenues.
    5.             Manage, direct, and advise in maintaining the general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, capital improvement plan, equipment replacement program, and all other accounting operations.
    6.             Maintain and provide for safeguard of all Corporation assets.
    7.             Maintain and coordinate depreciation schedules with auditors.
    8.             Administer corporate retirement plan.
    9.             Performs semi-annual review of corporation fringe benefit package for report to the Chief Executive Officer and the Board of Directors.
    10.          Provide oversight of office procedures and policies regarding billing and collections.
    11.          Performs semi-annual internal audit of fee schedules, billed charges, billing procedures, and reconcile with 10% of recorded file entries (coordinate with Quality Improvement/Quality Assurance Committee).
    12.          Performs annual review of all contracts.
    13.          Implement and monitor compliance with current accounting policies and procedures.  Analyze and develop alternatives for changing policies and procedures that promote efficiency, control, and quality in the accounting process.
    14.          Review requests for capital expenditures, construct business case, and present to Chief Executive Officer with recommendations.
    15.          Review requests for personnel expenditures with Human Resources and make recommendations to the Chief Executive Officer.
    16.          Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Chief Executive Officer.
    1.             A Masters degree in Public Health, Business Administration or related discipline or a baccalaureate degree with four years experience in health care administration.
    2.             Experience or demonstrated ability to supervise other staff members.
    3.             Working knowledge of Total Quality Management concepts, statistical tools, and continuous quality improvement techniques.
    4.             General knowledge of administrative procedures associated with both inpatient and ambulatory care settings.
    5.             Experience with the reporting and operating requirements of primary care programs funded by the U.S. Public Health Service
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