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Chief Financial Officer - Posting #22-135

Company: Lifeline Connections
Location: Vancouver
Posted on: August 3, 2022

Job Description:

This website is AudioEye enabled and is being optimized for accessibility. To open the AudioEye Toolbar, press shift + =. The toolbar contains the followingThe AudioEye Help Desk to report accessibility and usability related issues.The AudioEye Certification Statement to explain the ongoing web accessibility and usability enhancements for this website.The Player tool to listen to this site read aloud. The Player is not intended as a substitute for your screen reader. If you are unable to complete this application due to a disability, contact this employer to ask for an accommodation or an alternative application process. Regular - Full Time Vancouver, WA, US 30+ days ago Requisition ID: 1426 Agency Background: Lifeline Connections is a not-for-profit agency that is recognized as a leading behavioral health treatment provider in Washington State, offering a full continuum of care for individuals who have a behavioral health condition. Lifeline Connections' patients receive an unprecedented level of care by highly skilled professionals who know how to help people find and sustain long-term recovery. For over sixty years Lifeline Connections has provided hope, help and healing to thousands of individuals in Washington State and within the Portland, Oregon metro area.

  • Coordinate the organization, staffing, and operational activities for the accounting and administrative departments, including payroll, accounting, information technology, facilities, food service, revenue cycle management, and patient admissions;
  • Ensures that continuous quality improvement addresses and is in compliance with WACs, RCWs, CARF standards, GAAP and Federal Regulations;
  • Ensures that the agency treatment programs are maintained in such a way to be in substantial compliance with the Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DBHR), CARF standards and the Department of Health (DOH) certification reviews;
  • Prepares and submits statistical reports to the President and Chief Executive Officer for program compliance with contract performance indicators;
  • Supervises financial and operations staff;
  • Identifies and pursues program expansion and service opportunities;
  • In conjunction with the other executive team staff, ensures administrative, personnel, and clinical policy and procedure manuals are developed, adhered to, and reviewed at least annually;
  • In conjunction with the other executive team staff, ensure that sufficient qualified personnel are employed to provide adequate behavioral health treatment, facility security, and other special needs of patients; -
  • Routinely reviews and analyzes agency wide and program specific systems and operations to ensure optimum utilization of resources and services; -
  • Initiates and participates in staff recruitment activities;
  • Serve as resource to the Board of Directors and the Board's Finance Committee;
  • Participate in the development and implementation of financial and budgetary goals, objectives, policies, and priorities for the organization; identify resource needs; recommend and implement policies and procedures; Ensure GAAP compliance.
  • Develop, prepare, and participate in the implementation of short and long-range financial plans of the organization; as well as participate as an integral member of the executive management team in the overall operations and strategic planning of the organization;
  • Develop a yearly computerized organizational budget, directly manage the organizational budget with direct communication with the Finance Committee, Chief Executive Officer and Program Directors; participate with operational and financial audits as required; work with external entities to effectively coordinate finance, budgetary and grants management matters; forecast additional funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies; direct the monitoring of expenditures; recommend adjustments as necessary;
  • Regularly meet with Program Directors to provide status to budget versus actual revenues and expense, along with analysis and recommendations pertaining to minimizing activity costs and maximizing activity revenues;
  • Serve as administrative budget controller, managing costs and budget variances. Prepare administrative budget submissions and necessary revisions for the operating budget process; -
  • Ensure all contracted services and grant awards are billed timely and accurately, maximizing revenue and limiting outstanding receivables; monitor expenditures and revenues for compliance with appropriate budgets.
  • Participate in the development of budgets for competitive grant proposals and for use in the solicitation, selection and contracting of services.
  • Other duties as assigned -
    • Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Accounting or Finance and at least 10 years of supervisory experience and demonstrated experience and expertise in program management and development. Preference will be given to those that have experience working in a nonprofit agency with large government contracts; -
      -Masters degree with 5 years of supervisory experience and demonstrated experience and expertise in program management and development preferred. Current CPA or CMA preferred.
    • Demonstrated ability to develop and work effectively within a team environment;
    • Ability to manage subordinates whose primary responsibility is managing staff;
    • Ability to work with multiple simultaneous priorities;
    • Able to articulate large-scale issues affecting the agency and community;
    • Able to analyze information and act accordingly;
    • Demonstrated knowledge of program development, implementation and management; -
    • Ability to professionally represent the agency in all interactions;
    • Ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing;
    • Great attendance; and
    • Ability to work well with others. DOE Application Process: Submit a cover letter and resume to Human Resources. We will only accept resumes with a cover letter specifying the position title and posting number of the position you are applying for. For more information on this and other positions, please visit our website at - The Benefits: Lifeline Connections is striving to be your employer of choice by offering our regular/full time employees a generous benefits package. The plan covers 85% of medical, dental, and vision costs at the employee level and 75% for all dependent plans. The majority of out-of-pocket costs for co-pays, prescriptions, and deductible under the medical plan are also covered. We also have employer paid Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, Life Insurance and supplemental coverages. Our fulltime employees and some part time employees also qualify for our 401(K) plan that matches dollar for dollar up to 5%. On top of all that, our fulltime employees receive approximately 4 weeks of paid time off during their first year of employment (accrual rates increase with years of service), as well as 3 personal holidays and 10 paid holidays per year! There are many other supplemental benefits we are glad to offer such as tuition reimbursement and discounted cellular service amongst others. Send us your resume and let's talk about you joining our team!

Keywords: Lifeline Connections, Vancouver , Chief Financial Officer - Posting #22-135, Executive , Vancouver, Washington

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