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Chief Financial Officer - Smyrna

Ridgeview Institute - Smyrna/Monroe Smyrna Full-Time/Part-Time
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The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for the overall financial administration of the company, including general accounting, data processing, and financial reporting for the facility in   accordance with all facility and corporate policies and procedures.  This position ensures that the internal controls are adequate to safeguard the facilitys assets and that the accounting systems are sufficient to generate accurate and timely financial reporting.

QUALIFICATIONS


Education:  Bachelor's Degree in accounting/finance or related field required.  Master's Degree is preferred.

 

Experience: A minimum of three (3) years as a Controller or CFO in a health-care setting, with experience in managing multiple functions in a health care business office preferred.

 

Licensure:  CPA preferred.

 

Additional Requirements:    Thorough knowledge of computers, with experience utilizing health-care based HMS computer system and commonly accepted business software applications programs, particularly EXCEL.

 

STANDARDS OF PERFORMANCE

THE ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS ARE CATEGORIZED UNDER THE JCAHO STANDARDS OF PERFORMANCE.

 

Reporting and Accounting Functions

 1.     Consult with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) concerning the facilitys financial affairs, development of operating policies and procedures, and facility financial goals and objectives.

 2.     Manage the overall financial and general accounting operations of the facility in accordance with facility policies, procedures and guidelines.

 3.     Provide analysis of facility income, expenditures, and capital asset values with comparison to previous periods.

 4.     Maintain and direct facility information systems as directed by corporate and adapt programs to changing needs.

 5.     Conduct timely reviews of the financial statements and refer financial analysis to the CEO.

Skills required

Forecasting
Auditing
Master Of Business Administration (Mba)
Financial Analysis
Internal Controls
Budgeting
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Ridgeview Institute, a private hospital treating people with addiction or mental health problems, has earned a national reputation for care and service. Since 1976, more than 90,000 people have turned to Ridgeview in crisis, in despair, and in hope.

At our two quiet campuses in suburban Atlanta, patients and their families find the highest-quality treatment, grounded in the experience and compassion of our clinical leaders and staff.

Through a comprehensive array of programs, we serve youth, young adults, adults, older adults, and professionals who need intervention, and women affected by eating disorders.

Every program at Ridgeview helps the patient acquire both the courage and the skills to begin a new life.

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