We are looking for a Finance Manager who will play a key role in supporting both Decision Support Services/Finance and Operations. This position will provide business intelligence, support monthly reporting activities, manage annual budgeting and strategic planning, conduct financial performance management and variance analysis, lead labor productivity initiatives, support profitability analysis, and add financial insight into special initiatives that supports the overall strategic direction of the organization. The candidate builds trusted relationships with key stakeholders in Finance and Clinical Operations.
The Finance Manager is responsible for the financial planning, analysis, and reporting function within the UCSF Medical Center and Langley Porter Hospital and Clinics and serves as a business partner for Operations and Finance leadership. The Finance Manager collaborates with Operations Leadership, Information Systems, Accounting, and the Finance Shared Service Center to ensure timely and accurate reporting of monthly financial statements and supporting analysis for the Medical Center and Langley Porter, along with service line profitability and cost accounting reporting.
The Finance Manager is responsible for leadership in the following areas:
Create models/financial analysis tools that are used to create presentations to Senior Leadership and the Board that assist in understanding progress towards achieving organizational goals (e.g. payor mix data analysis, business unit profitability, staff productivity, labor efficiency, value improvement, business entity reporting).
Work alongside operations to manage productivity targets and relevant reporting. Provide timely analyses to assist with productive labor management.
Conducts ongoing financial analysis of operations that include recommendations for performance improvement to senior leadership.
Utilize benchmarking data to advise on best practices and provide reporting
Contribute to the development of the annual operating budget and the strategic long-range plan by closely working together with Operations, Strategy, and other departments. Summarize and present budget and long-range plan, KPI's and other analytics to senior management, as well as make recommendations based on sound financial analysis.
Prepare ad-hoc analysis to facilitate executive decision making e.g. productivity benchmarking, profitability analysis of business lines, investment planning, etc.
The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) is a leading university dedicated to promoting health worldwide through advanced biomedical research, graduate-level education in the life sciences and health professions, and high-quality patient care. It is the only UC campus in the 10-campus system dedicated exclusively to the health sciences.