Presbyterian Villages of Michigan, a premier senior living and services non-profit organization in Michigan, has a great opportunity to join our team as the Vice President of Finance. We invite you to help us create new possibilities for quality living for the seniors we serve.
The Vice President of Finance is responsible for all facets of financial reporting, accounts payable, third party financial compliance reporting, tax reporting, cost reporting, operational, capital and cash budgeting, audit and internal controls, banking and cash management, information systems relative to finance and payroll related applications, fixed assets, employee benefit analysis, and insurance procurement related matters. Provides support to Directors for management operational analysis and billing and collection. Analyzes financial accounting transactions and standards and maintains record through the preparation of financial statements for system-wide managed entities. Leads and supervises finance staff of accountants, accounts payable specialists, and payroll manager through the optimization and management of these functions. Provide innovation and efficiency and effectiveness to this overall staff function, by challenging current processes and making them better. Supports SVP in capital financing initiatives, including proforma development and updates and the completion of finance and insurance related due diligence for closings. Supports Directors in the financial analysis of pricing, procurement, insurance, and wage and benefit related matters. Serves as staff liaison to the PVM Audit and Benevolence Committees.
The ideal candidate has strong technical accounting skills, a solid understanding and proficiency in internal controls over financial reporting, outstanding verbal and written communication skills, strong analytic skills and is attentive to detail and able to prioritize and manage multiple priorities.
This outstanding and innovative executive leader will have an M.B.A. or Master’s degree in Finance or related field, or equivalent experience. A Certified Public Accountant, preferred.
Ten or more years of management experience in a similar job. Finance experience in senior living, healthcare, real estate, and/or hospitality/service sectors preferred. Computer literacy required (Windows, Excel, Microsoft Database, general ledger software, report writers).
Must have ability to travel throughout Michigan as needed and work non-traditional hours as required.
In addition to being Crain’s 2016 Best Managed Non-profit, we offer competitive compensation and benefits package including Paid Time Off and Retirement plan with match. To view the complete job description and apply visit www.pvm.org and click careers.
Presbyterian Villages of Michigan, a premier Senior Living and Service Organization invites qualified leaders to join our leadership team. Great compensation and benefits package including Paid Time Off, Bonus and Retirement plan with match.