Working with executives, other leaders and staff, the Associate Vice President, Financial Operations is responsible for high level strategy development, leadership and broad oversight of financial departments including accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable/reimbursement, payroll, and data services (as it relates to Development). Ensures corporate compliance with and keeps up to date on regulatory, accounting and tax authority and third-party payer changes. Ensures that all financial records are maintained with integrity and that a comprehensive set of internal controls designed to mitigate risk are operating as intended. Participates in special projects as assigned. Develops and maintains strong working relationships with departmental leaders across the organization.
As an adjunct member of the executive team, the Associate Vice President, Financial Operations is responsible for promoting a culture of excellence in designated areas of responsibility; ensuring desired outcomes are met related to those assigned areas of responsibility as well as fostering employee performance and engagement.
Must possess a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business Administration or a related field. Master’s degree and/or CPA license preferred.
Five (5) years or more of leadership (director level or above) experience within health care or similar organizational environment(s) and an additional five (5) or more years of progressive financial management experience. A minimum of five (5) to seven (7) years of hospice experience and knowledge of clinical operations in hospice is preferred.
Must have experience in all aspects of financial management, reporting, accounting, cost reporting, auditing, budgeting, and forecasting including solid experience managing accounts receivable. Must possess significant financial acumen. Expertise in regulatory requirements and compliance as it pertains to hospice is preferred.
Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modeling, leadership technique, production methods, and leadership of people and resources required.
Internal Number: 2814
About Hospice of Michigan
With roots dating back to the 1970s, we are the most experienced provider of hospice care in Michigan. Currently serving approximately 4,700 patients annually in 46 counties, we’re also the largest in our state, and among the largest recognized 501c3 non-profit advanced illness management organizations in the nation.
We provide care for all—regardless of age, diagnosis, or ability to pay. Last year, our commitment extended $4 million beyond what was reimbursed by insurance. Because we welcome those who are uninsured, or whose treatment is more expensive than what other hospices can provide, we depend on the financial support of our donors for the treatments, medications, services, grief support, and spiritual care of patients and families in need.
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