Huther Doyle Seeking Chief Financial Officer for Immediate Hire.
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Chief Financial Officer - Non-Profit
Huther Doyle, a Substance Use Disorder Clinic and Health Home regional hub, is seeking a Chief Financial Officer for immediate hire.
Responsible for all aspects of the financial operations for the agency including providing accounting, budgetary, operational, and programmatic support to all agency programs and activities.
Actively manage the day-to-day accounting and financial operations of the agency.
Develop budgets for the agency as a whole, individual programs and new/proposed/expanded services, including the preparation of budget revisions as needed.
Prepare, analyze, and present monthly financial reports for the agency, its programs, and activities to the Executive Management Team and Board Finance Committee
Identify and report on Key Performance Indicators by department and communicate their impact on the financial results.
Report on annual financial results and issues to the CEO and Board of Directors.
Report financial results and budgets to all state funding organizations that are required.
Oversee and review the preparation of all program financial reporting required for funding sources.
Oversee the agency’s banking activities and actively manage cash flow to ensure it meets agency needs.
Manage the negotiation and execution of agency contracts with vendors and collaborative service providers.
Manage accounting control systems ensuring the accurate and timely production of accounting information and financial reports.
Monitor changes in legal, regulatory, and administrative environments and implement changes in procedures and needed to maintain compliance while maximizing operational and financial results.
Manage the agency’s liability insurance program, including ongoing risk analysis.
Serve as the agency’s primary liaison with its independent Auditor to ensure the annual audit is completed smoothly and in a timely manner.
Active participant in the Executive Management Team helping to develop and implement the agency’s vision and mission.
A minimum of five years’ experience in financial supervision/management positions is required with organizations in excess of $5 million per year and over 50 employees with preference for experience in the not-for-profit or behavioral healthcare sector. Knowledge of budgeting and accounting is necessary.
Degree in accounting or and status as a certified public accountant is preferred. Experience with state funders, including New York State Department of Health, Office of Mental Health and Office of Addiction Serviced and Support is strongly preferred.
Must demonstrate a commitment to working as part of a multi-cultural staff to provide culturally appropriate services to a widely diverse client population.