Why join The University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB)?
Innovative and Compassionate Patient Care – StateState-of -thethe-art Facilities:
UTMB Health is a billion billion-dollar health science center comprised of four schools (the School of Medicine, the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, the School of Health Professions, and the School of Nursing), three institutes and over 10 exceptional research centers. UTMB was the first academic health center in Texas and is home to the state’s first schools of medicine, nursing and allied health sciences. For 125 years, the university has maintained a forward forward-thinking s pirit that has enabled it to serve its students, its patients and the people in Texas and beyond.
The Vice President of Finance – Academic Enterprise (AE) is responsible for the overall supervision and oversight of financial operations, activities, direction and planning, including: strategic financial planning, financial accounting and reporting, decision support, financial and operations analysis, accounting, budget, business plan development, capital budgeting, operating funds management, and benchmarking in conjunction with other AE leaders to assure optimal financial results and systems for the AE
The Vice President, Finance – Academic Enterprise must minimally possess an MBA, MHA and/or CPA. In addition, a minimum of 10 years of relevant work experience, including five years in a senior management position. A Master’s degree in Accounting or Finance would also be preferable.
Core Competencies and Leadership Qualifications:
Strong knowledge of financial applications, processes, and GAAP.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills with a high degree of professionalism in dealing with staff at all levels of the institution.
Effective problem problem-solving skills.
Ability to develop, prioritize, and accomplish goals.
Ability to analyze and evaluate data and make appropriate decisions/recommendations.
Essential Job Functions:
Works directly with the VP, CAO and other AE leaders to assure optimal management of AE financial and operational issues.
Establishes and monitors financial goals and objectives of the AE.
Oversees finance, accounting, reporting, decision support, operations analysis, benchmarking and budget activities, as it rel ate s to the AE.
Oversees patient billing and receivables management activities.
Advises AE leadership on finance matters, concerns and issues; assisting with critical business decisions.
Responsible for operating funds management.
Responsible for long term planning, budgeting and forecasting.
Develops strategies and plans to achieve long long-term financial and strategic objectives.
Serves as a business/finance advisor to the Deans and Chairs of the AE.
Oversees reporting of AE financial information to UT System, the LCME (Liaison Committee on Medical Education), and other outside entities.
Reports to: Vice President and Chief Administration Officer of Academic Enterprise and indirectly to the EVP, Provost, Dean, School of Medicine.
Income Package: This position offers a negotiable starting salary based upon experience and educational background in excess of $275,000 - $300,000 with potential incentives of up to 20%. UTMB also offers a superior benefits package, an exceptional retirement program and a relocation allowance.
Interested candidates should submit a Cover Letter and current Curriculum Vitae (CV) to: Skott Harrington via email, email@example.com . Please be sure to include a preferred contact method.
UTMB Health strives to provide equal opportunity employment without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information or veteran status. As a VEVRAA Federal Contractor, UTMB Health takes affirmative action to hi re and advance women, minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities
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About UTMB Health
Established in 1891, UTMB has a long history of advancing health science education, research, and patient care. We were the first Academic Health Center in Texas and home to the state’s first schools of medicine, nursing, and allied health sciences. UTMB is comprised of 4 schools, 3 institutes, with 3 hospitals and clinics throughout the state supporting medical education. The Medical School enrolls 230 students per class and 1 in 6 Texas physicians have trained at UTMB.