| Care Site Description|
SCL Health is a faith-based, nonprofit health care organization headquartered in Broomfield with facilities located in Colorado, Kansas and Montana. SCL Health operates:
4 safety net clinics
1 children's mental health treatment center
190+ ambulatory service centers
Interested in making a difference? Then check us out. Our rich heritage and mission, and our focus on health care delivery that values person-centered care, excellence and accountability are a winning combination as we bring healthâ??and hopeâ??to our patients.
Our ministry is dedicated to improving the health of the communities and individuals we serve, especially those who are poor and vulnerable.
The Director of Finance works under the direct supervision of the Executive Director and is delegated responsibility for the financial management of a smaller care site within SCL Health. Responsible for development and implementation of all financial management policies and accounting systems of the care site preparation and development of the operating budget for the care site, management and administration of accounting operations, preparation of a variety of financial management reports reflecting the financial status of the care site, and reporting and interpreting financial management operations to the Executive Director, Board of Directors, Finance Committee, program leadership, and external care sites. Supervises Accounting Department and IT Department.
- In collaboration with the Executive Director, Administrative Team and the Finance Committee, leads in the formation of financial management, budget and accounting policies and procedures for consideration of the Board of Directors.
- Develops guidelines for the preparation of the annual operating budget. Provides consultation and advisory assistance to staff leadership in the preparation of their proposed budget. Consolidates program requests and conducts comparison to projected income and negotiates changes to proposed budget and programs. Presents the recommended budget to the Leadership Team and Finance Committee for approval and recommendation to the Board of Directors.
- Manages and administers the automated accounting system which includes such program components as: payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger, cash receipts, cost accounting, expense account control, cash flow projections, bank account control, and staff hour reports.
- Provides care site operations cost analysis and reports for internal and external use to include: monthly financial statements, monthly budget variances, program cost analysis, forecasting, program financial reports, contribution reports, and reports to funding sources. Provides regular reports to the Board of Directors, the Finance Committee, the Administrative Team and program leadership.
- Prepares financial information for the annual audit and assists the independent auditors in reviewing the financial status of the care site, ensures the timely issuance of resulting financial reports and tax return, and addresses approved audit findings.
- Maintains a collaborative relationship with the Office of Development for the accounting of contributory income generated through fund raising and grants.
- Maintains banking and investment records and monitors account balances. Invests funds in compliance with investment policy and in consultation with the Executive Director and Finance Committee.
- Responsible for administration of policies and programs covering compensation.
- Responsible for interfacing with the 403(b) pension plan administrator, 1024 Group, handling administration of employee contributions, withdrawals and transfers.
- Assures compliance with IRS regulations and that payroll tax deposits and tax documents are accurate and timely.
- Assures compliance with all Garnishment regulations.
Works in a team relationship with the care site Leadership Team, Board, Committees, Finance Committee, and Program Leadership.
Masterâ??s Degree in Finance or Accounting with five years of financial management experience including non-profits. At least two years at a supervisory/management level.
- Thorough knowledge of budget, accounting and financial management and investment principles and concepts.
- Ability and skill to analyze statistical and fiscal data and make complex decisions.
- Knowledge of financial resource development including solicitation of contributions, grant proposal and service contract development and maintenance.
- Ability to communicate effectively with individuals and groups.
- Ability and skill to recruit, organize, supervise, train, and effectively utilize staff and volunteers.
- Ability and skill to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other care site employees, including subordinates, outside care sites, the public and others.