cfo in san francisco

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contact
christine chang, tatum executive services
job type
permanent
salary
US$ 160,000 - US$ 180,000 per year
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job details

posted
location
san francisco, california
job category
Finance & Economics
job type
permanent
working hours
8 to 5
salary
US$ 160,000 - US$ 180,000 per year
experience
5 Years
reference number
499909
contact
christine chang, tatum executive services
phone
408-573-1111

job description

job summary:

Healthcare organization based in San Francisco is looking for a Head of Finance for their team. This individual will be responsible for owning the finance department and overseeing the execution of the contract lifecycles, including budget development, contract review. They will ensure that timely and relevant financial and related data is provided to the Executive Director and the senior management team; providing quarterly reports to the Board of Directors on the financial condition of the Agency. They will also serve as a key liaison with administrative partners such as bankers, attorneys, insurance brokers, and auditors and make final decisions as needed.

Ideal candidate will have at least 5 years of Finance experience within healthcare or related industry, have a passion for company's mission of spreading mental wellness within their communities, as well as have experience managing multiple site facilities. MBA is a plus.

 
location: San Francisco, California
job type: Permanent
salary: $160,000 - 180,000 per year
work hours: 8 to 5
education: Bachelor's degree
experience: 5 Years
 
responsibilities:

Key activities will include:

- Learning about the Agency's history, treatment philosophy, funding mechanisms, and role/place in the system of care of each County, enabling the incumbent to play a "steward" role within the Agency on any number of issues; over time, using this knowledge to partner with the Executive Director to develop and strengthen the organizational infrastructure to meet today's challenges and those of the future

- Serving as a member of the Agency's leadership team; providing ideas and insights, identifying risks and mitigations that include but are not limited to the incumbent's specific areas of responsibility

- Gaining expertise in and overseeing the effective execution of the contract lifecycle in each of our counties, including budget development, contract review, and cost report preparation (including ensuring that contract maximums are optimized)

- Monitoring the operating environment; participating in the conceptualization and implementation of new operating approaches, both financially-related and generally

- Developing and utilizing analysis to the betterment of the Agency

- Ensuring that timely and relevant financial and related data is provided to the Executive Director and the senior management team; providing quarterly reports to the Board of Directors on the financial condition of the Agency

- Gaining an understanding of the various management reports due to external entities, and overseeing their timely and effective completion

- Understanding the Agency's debt instruments (including the non-profit revenue bond); renegotiating/refinancing Agency debt as needed

- Ensuring continuity of administrative operations in the event of staff departures

- Serving as a key liaison with administrative partners such as bankers, attorneys, insurance brokers, and auditors; representing the Agency, and making final decisions as needed regarding insurance renewals

- Developing expertise around the area of Supportive Housing, including the rules and processes associated with HUD and other government agencies with whom the Agency interacts.

While the incumbent must be strongly analytical, and be comfortable with financial concepts, the incumbent is not seen as primarily a finance processional. Rather, they are a clear-thinking, analytic generalist who wants to grow with the Agency over time. (The organization's operating model includes a strong Controller, reporting to the incumbent, who is adept at handling day-to-day accounting, financial and treasury operations.)

 
qualifications:

Minimum Qualifications

- MBA, MPH, or related advanced degree

- At least 5 years of experience as an administrative leader

- Strong analytic skills; proficiency with financially-related concepts

- Excellent verbal and written communication skills

- Collaborative, flexible working style

A passion for "doing

 
skills: Budgeting Forecasting & Management Reporting

Equal Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.

Qualified applicants in San Francisco with criminal histories will be considered for employment in accordance with the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.

We will consider for employment all qualified Applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable state and local laws, including the City of Los Angeles' Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.

skills

Budgeting Forecasting & Management Reporting

qualification

Minimum Qualifications
• MBA, MPH, or related advanced degree
• At least 5 years of experience as an administrative leader
• Strong analytic skills; proficiency with financially-related concepts
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Collaborative, flexible working style
A passion for “doing

responsibilities

Key activities will include:
• Learning about the Agency’s history, treatment philosophy, funding mechanisms, and role/place in the system of care of each County, enabling the incumbent to play a “steward” role within the Agency on any number of issues; over time, using this knowledge to partner with the Executive Director to develop and strengthen the organizational infrastructure to meet today’s challenges and those of the future
• Serving as a member of the Agency’s leadership team; providing ideas and insights, identifying risks and mitigations that include but are not limited to the incumbent’s specific areas of responsibility
• Gaining expertise in and overseeing the effective execution of the contract lifecycle in each of our counties, including budget development, contract review, and cost report preparation (including ensuring that contract maximums are optimized)
• Monitoring the operating environment; participating in the conceptualization and implementation of new operating approaches, both financially-related and generally
• Developing and utilizing analysis to the betterment of the Agency
• Ensuring that timely and relevant financial and related data is provided to the Executive Director and the senior management team; providing quarterly reports to the Board of Directors on the financial condition of the Agency
• Gaining an understanding of the various management reports due to external entities, and overseeing their timely and effective completion
• Understanding the Agency’s debt instruments (including the non-profit revenue bond); renegotiating/refinancing Agency debt as needed
• Ensuring continuity of administrative operations in the event of staff departures
• Serving as a key liaison with administrative partners such as bankers, attorneys, insurance brokers, and auditors; representing the Agency, and making final decisions as needed regarding insurance renewals
• Developing expertise around the area of Supportive Housing, including the rules and processes associated with HUD and other government agencies with whom the Agency interacts.
While the incumbent must be strongly analytical, and be comfortable with financial concepts, the incumbent is not seen as primarily a finance processional. Rather, they are a clear-thinking, analytic generalist who wants to grow with the Agency over time. (The organization’s operating model includes a strong Controller, reporting to the incumbent, who is adept at handling day-to-day accounting, financial and treasury operations.)

educational requirements

Bachelor's degree