The Chief Financial Officer is responsible for the overall financial position of the organization including but not limited to the development of financial plans and policies; development of annual budgets and monitoring of compliance to budgets; oversees the functions of accounting and purchasing; and long-range financial planning. Works closely with organizational leadership on developing, monitoring, and achievement of third-party revenue targets. Actively participates on the Maniilaq Executive Leadership Team (MELT). The position reports to the President/CEO and maintains confidentiality of all applicable information.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Provides leadership to achieve the Board of Directors strategic priority of “Financial growth and fiscal integrity”.
Has overall responsibility for the accurate recording and reconciliation of accounting transactions, accounts and ledgers.
Responsible for the accurate and timely completion of all financial documents and reports of the organization and coordinates their transmittal both within and outside the organization. Presents financial & investment reports to the Board of Directors pertaining to the financial condition of the organization.
Provides, financial reports of the operational budget vs. actual, including both revenue and expenditures to the President/CEO on a monthly basis or as requested.
Has overall responsibility for all annual audits and acts as the principal liaison with the auditors.
Participates in the annual budget preparation and provides related financial information to organization leadership and management. Also, reviews all proposed, approved original, and ongoing modified budgets for the fiscal year affected.
Responsible for the maintenance and implementation of the property control system and overall managerial control of corporate assets. Manages fixed assets and depreciation.
Manages cash flow needs of the organization, along with loans and notes payable.
Assures effective compliance requirements with corporate investment policies.
Provides general coordination of corporate risk management and its principal liaison with insurance carriers with the exception of employee benefit policies.
Directly supervises the Controller and has overall responsibility of the Finance Division which includes accounting and purchasing.
Responsible for the annual organizational indirect rates.
Establishes and maintains the fringe rate based on benefits offered to employees.
Assures compliance with payroll tax payment and reporting requirements.
Works closely with the health center’s Patient Financial Services office, particularly in the areas of compliance, accounting for billing and collection activities and the proper preparation of required cost reports.
Position is an active and participating member of the senior management team and the executive leadership team.
Ensures adequate staff training of all personnel within the applicable Finance programs for job functions and career growth.
Provides and/or oversees accounting/financial training for Tribal Government administrators as requested.
Manages and reconciles all bank accounts and investment accounts.
Manages and monitors all inventory and capital assets.
Reconciles all accounts receivables.
Manages and monitors construction project accounting.
Manages and monitors contributed capital.
Bachelor’s degree in accounting or business with a minimum of seven years experience in financial leadership roles, management and supervision experience, and overseeing healthcare finance functions (e.g., healthcare finance, revenue cycle management, business office oversight, etc).
Documented experience with the financial aspects of non-profit corporations and administration of government grants and contracts is required.
Knowledge and experience with Public Law (PL 93-638) contracts/compacts, State of Alaska contracts, and Federal agencies such as Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), the Indian Health Service (IHS), and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is preferred.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 2019:OTZ-149
About Maniilaq Association
Maniilaq Association provides health, tribal and social services to approximately 8,000 residents in Northwest Alaska. The Maniilaq Health Center is a modern 17-bed 88,000 sq. facility with an inpatient, ER, urgent care, and outpatient facilities. Dental, lab, radiology, pharmacy, and a long term care facility are also on site. Maniilaq has great benefits to offer such as sign on, retention bonuses, free health, dental, vision, life, short & long term disability insurance, educational loan repayments, CEU’s, and many more.
Not only will you have a rewarding, meaningful and varied employment experience, you will live above the Arctic Circle, experience Inupiat culture, enjoy the Summer’s midnight sun and really LIVE!