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Director of Finance

Company: Jobot
Location: Philadelphia
Posted on: March 30, 2024

Job Description:

grow your careerThis Jobot Job is hosted by: Nicole WebbAre you a fit? Easy Apply now by clicking the "Apply" button and sending us your resume.Salary: $150,000 - $190,000 per yearA bit about us:Our integrated network provides comprehensive service when, where, and how you need it. We serve children and adults. Providing Outpatient Mental Health Services, Medication Management, Substance Use, Intellectual Disabilities, Blended Enhanced Targeted Case Management, School Therapeutic Services among other services we provide.Why join us?401(k)Dental insuranceEmployee assistance programHealth insuranceHealth savings accountLife insuranceReferral programRetirement planTuition reimbursementVision insuranceJob DetailsGENERAL OVERVIEW OF KEY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES:The Finance Director is responsible for the supervision and control of the general accounting area. The function includes reviewing entries to the general and statistical ledgers to assure accuracy. This includes the general ledger, receivables, payables, payroll, property (fixed assets). The position is also responsible for assisting in reviewing, evaluating, and making recommendations for the correction and/or improvement of internal, operational, and management control systems and organizational unit performance. The Finance Director supervises financial statement and report preparation on a regular and special request basis; assisting departments with annual budget preparation and budget reviews. The Director guides the day-to-day financial affairs of the organization and prepares financial analyses of operations, including interim and final financial statements with supporting schedules, for the guidance of management. Perform the quantitative analysis required for the strategic planning of the company and its investments, the administration of real estate transactions and financing and refinancing of certain projects and lines of credit; prepare various reports for management. The Director is responsible for the company's financial plans and policies, its accounting practices, the conduct of its relationships with lending institutions and the financial community, and the maintenance of its fiscal records.The Director will need to be familiar with current and new regulations and guidelines relating to Behavioral Health finance and accounting principles with the ability to convey information to clinical, administrative, and fiscal management. The Director supervises the application of accounting principles to the corporate computerized accounting system, monitors expenditures, and revenues. Also, provides technical assistance and training to clerical and professional personnel by explaining and demonstrating the work to be performed. The Director has to apply company policies and control procedures in the handling, processing, and deposit of cash receipts.ESSENTIAL & CORE FUNCTIONS:1. Supervises, trains, and provides technical assistance for professional and clerical personnel involved in accounting functions (e.g. accounting, payroll, and accounts payable.)2. Directs and/ or assists in the performance of tasks when needed, i.e. unusual problems or questions, explaining procedures to new employees, etc.3. Responsible for training, evaluating, developing, and initiating disciplinary action for all employees supervised. Provide performance appraisals, feedback to employees, maintain effective two-way communication.4. Assist in recruitment of department personnel.5. Holds preliminary discussions of apparent deficiencies with operating personnel to verify and to obtain explanations of reasons for each apparent deficiency.6. Regularly reviews/supervises or prepares any entries to the general and statistical ledgers to assure accuracy and compliance with established accounting principles and procedures.7. Reviews transactions, documents, records, reports, and methods for accuracy and effectiveness. Assist departmental personnel with budget activity, proper expenditure coding, document preparation, and other accounting-related activities.8. Supervises and participates in the posting, balancing, opening, closing, and reconciliation of the general ledger and subsidiary accounts.9. Reviews/Supervises the review of all work products of Fiscal department to ensure accuracy, integrity and completeness.10. Prepares reports (financial, administrative, quantitative and statistical) for presentation to the CEO, CFO, and Senior Management, the Board of Directors, or others, as appropriate. Support preparation with substantive analysis. Ensures all deadlines are met.11. Prepares various reports required by the funder's accurately and timely.12. Prepares various analyses, as directed, based on financial transactions.13. Coordinates and prepares for financial audits as required by the Corporation, funding entities, governmental regulations or other organizations. Prepares work papers, financial statements, and various reports for bankers, Federal, State, City and other outside agencies as well as for internal accounting and audits. Ensures that all established deadlines are met.14. Supervises the timely and accurate preparation and review of corporate annual revenue, expense, and capital budgets.15. Monitors on-going budget variances, determining if funds are available and if revenue and expenditures are properly classified; researches and analyzes transactions to resolve budget problems; provides analysis of available funds at management request.16. Monitors established internal controls to assure proper compliance.17. Assists in preparation of cost reimbursement reports and other interim reports as may be required.18. Recommends plans and implements changes in accounting systems and financial policy and procedures.19. Monitors and reports on the status of state, federal, and private grants to the Corporation.20. Works cooperatively with all corporate departments to assist in analysis of performance results, explain financial concepts and the financial policy and procedures of WES.21. Overviews receipt, reconciliation, and deposit functions conducted by cash handlers. Reconciles deposits with cash sheets from each store and monthly bank records.22. Maintains petty cash fund at corporate headquarters and provides advances to employees authorized for expense funds. Reimburses employees' petty cash expenditures.ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:1. Performs supervisory duties as may be assigned by the CFO.2. Upon request, provides special reports reflecting current status of client's accounts.3. Timely alerts to CFO of all problems, issues and concerns that affect Fiscal department operations.4. Adherence to established deadlines.5. Adherence to all established policy and procedures, included in manual or otherwise.PREREQUISITES & QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE POSITION:1. A graduate degree from an accredited college or university in accounting, business administration and/or preferably an MBA. A CPA is also highly desirable.2. Valid FBI clearance, PA criminal history check and child abuse history clearance required within 30 days of employment and every 2 years thereafter.3. Three to Five years' experience in health and human services or public accounting assisting healthcare; or any combination of experience, education, and training which would provide the level of knowledge, skill, and ability required.Interested in hearing more? Easy Apply now by clicking the "Apply" button.

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