The Department of Radiology seeks a Director of Finance & Clinical Operations (DF) to provide strategic direction, manage and develop long range plans, and to ensure compliance of financial processes and systems in accordance with university, local, state and federal rules and regulations. S/he will also play an intricate role in directing and developing managers in leadership positions.
The Director of Finance & Clinical Operations (DF) reports to the DFA for the Department of Radiology, and is responsible for all clinical operational issues in this large and complex Department. This includes accounting, business management, and financial reporting functions for the operating budget, clinical practice revenue, gifts, endowment, designated income, and business plan development. In collaboration with the DFA, s/he will provide financial and management leadership for many complex issues including Funds Flow and Budget (SHC and LPCH), Faculty Compensation and clinical profit sharing He/she will have six direct reports (three Division Managers, a Lead Finance Manager, Student Services Officer, and Finance Asst.). S/he will work closely with the senior administration team within the department to manage faculty portfolios, departmental finances, and process improvements for the administration. The DF will also manage the Department's Clinical Practice operations including billing and wRVU productivity for both inpatient and outpatient services. S/he will work closely with the Section Chiefs to establish financial management practices, policies and procedures for the Department. The Department's FY16 annual consolidated budget is about $100 million.
The DF will provide accounting and financial analysis support to the DFA, Chair, and the Associate Chairs. This individual will analyze and evaluate the cost benefits and cost effectiveness of all current and future programs and will develop strategic planning concepts and initiatives through the creation and presentation of financial data and modeling which demonstrates the financial impact of existing and future programs. The DF will work closely with Department, Divisional and Hospital (SHC and LPCH) leadership to analyze and support new program and outreach initiatives. This individual will provide historical financial information and future projections for the planning process.
Manage the work of other employees, make hiring decisions, provide coaching, training and mentoring, manage performance, determine staffing needs, develop and ensure succession planning within area of responsibility.
Establish operational objectives and assignments, plan, direct and monitor all budgets for areas of responsibility, manage business operation and administration of several functional areas, may manage a team in providing post award sponsored research administration and services.
Identify and resolve unique problems of substantial significance that affect the overall functional area, beyond the immediate unit.
Manage organization's financial activities and structure; develop system and procedure requirements to support the financial reporting for the organization.
Contribute to designing, developing and delivering complex policies and procedures with both short and long term impact.
Collaborate with other colleagues on school/ unit projects; design and execute an effective system of internal controls for areas of responsibility; establish operational objectives to support the university's stewardship of resources.
Engage in continuous critical analysis of existing systems and processes; identify need for new systems, and develop and present proposals.
Lead complex, high-visibility process redesign and innovation projects; develop, implement, and participate in major initiatives.
Represent the units/school within the functional units or school and to external constituencies.
* - Other duties may also be assigned
Internal Number: 284151
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