Shift: Full time, Days
Reporting to the Financial Planning and Analysis Manager, completes financial analysis activities for Northwest Community Healthcare (NCH) and its subsidiaries. Develops methodologies for financial planning and analysis, long-term capital tracking, and supporting the operating budget process. Working with all levels of NCH management, provides timely, accurate and useful financial and statistical information that supports financial planning and performance analysis.
1.Responsible for the maintenance of the Axiom Software Budgeting and Performance Reporting Tool. This includes the loading, validation, and auditing of all data, as well as training, security and end-user support. Assists in the preparation of detailed management and budget reports within the Axiom Software.
2.Assists with the budget process throughout the organization; creates models for departments to use in preparation and calculation of budgets; conducts trainings and high-level meetings with VPs, Executive Directors, Directors, and Managers to guide them through their budget development. Prepares budget data including salaries, FTEs, operating expenses and balance sheets.
3.Provides financial analysis on a monthly basis and ad hoc in response to user requests and noted trends in financial performance.
4.Works with key leaders to analyze various scenarios to allocate and track financial resources to alternative capital projects, as needed. Provides a high level of financial analysis and support to the organization.
5.Monitors and manages NCH's long-term financial planning model, develops multi-year income and balance sheet projections using various sets of assumptions. Updates the financial model periodically to reflect new trends and changes.
Analyzes proposed capital purchases and business ventures. Analyzes proposed and existing risk based opportunities across the entire system of care and updates financial projections.
6.Provides financial analysis on a monthly basis and ad hoc in response to user requests and noted trends in financial performance.
7.Adheres to all Northwest Community standards, policies and procedures.
1.A Bachelor's Degree in finance, business administration, public administration, or management required.
Master's degree in business, finance or healthcare administration preferred.
2.Minimum five years of progressively responsible healthcare financial analysis experience required.
3.Expert knowledge of and ability to utilize Axiom Budget and Performance Reporting.
4.Expert knowledge of and ability to use Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, Access, Powerpoint) required.
5.A very high level of interpersonal and communication skills is necessary to interact effectively with all levels of NCH staff and management.
6.A high level of organizational skills necessary to complete complex, detailed, accurate and timely multiple projects and assignments.
7.A high level of leadership skill is necessary to lead multiple groups that do not report directly to this position and may operate in a subordinate, peer or supervisory capacity. Ability to prioritize resources, set deadlines and monitor progress.
8.The ability to maintain a flexible work schedule to accommodate overtime or peak periods.
9.A very high level of analytical skills necessary to analyze highly complex sets of data, identify and explain variances, and provide input for development of action plans.
1.Requires very little physical effort. Rarely required to walk or stand for prolonged periods. May require occasional lifting or moving lightweight material, or rarely lifting or moving average weight material.
2.The flow of work and character of duties involves normal mental and visual attention much or all of the time.
1.Typical office working conditions. Absence of disagreeable elements. Probability of injury is remote.
Northwest Community Healthcare