Senior Director, Accounting and Finance for University of Chicago Faculty Practice Plan
University of Chicago (UC)
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Internal Number: JR20955
Location: Chicago, IL
Manages and oversees the general accounting functions and daily operations of UCFP.
Ensures that reconciliations and financial reports produced accurately reflect the financial condition of UCFP and related BSD/University activity.
Ensures timely and accurate reporting of all accounting transactions of UCFP.
Manages the development and implementation of transaction and accounting processes for UCFP. These activities include development of new accounting protocol for offsite and network locations for BSD employed physicians.Â Significant offsite locations include Northwest Indiana and Advent (Western suburbs of Chicago).
Oversees the preparation and distribution of timely and accurate UCFP internal financial statements and other managerial reports, as required, to both internal management and external users.
Manages external reporting for financial surveys related to UCFP.
Responds to the year-end external audit and internal audit requests for UCFP.
Key contact person for departmental and divisional administrators for questions relating to UCFP general accounting.
Serves as administrative support for the UCFP Finance Workgroup which provides primary development of strategic financial planning related to the BSD physicians (1,000 providers).
Implements physicians compensation and bonus strategies as determined by the UCFP Finance Committee and Board.
Oversees and maintains consistent reporting of clinical effort for faculty physicians (cFTE) which is foundational for compensation, malpractice calculations, productivity reporting, and financial reporting in general.
Develops methods for improved financial operations of UCFP.
Plays a role in overall functional strategic planning for UCFP.
Performs duties inherent in all supervisory, professional, and administrative positions; instructs and trains employees in the performance of their duties; recommends hiring, promotion, transfer, discipline, or discharge of personnel.
Manages professional staff. Establishes performance goals, allocates resources and assesses policies for direct subordinates.
Manages accounting and financial records and reports, including general ledger, financial statements, regulatory and management reports.
Advises and monitors accounting policies and controls, fiscal controls, preparing financial reports and safeguarding assets.
Performs other related work as needed.
Masterâ™s Degree in related field.
7+ years of work experience in Health Care.
Licenses and Certifications:
Project management or process improvement certifications a plus.
Ability to work and develop accounting protocol and financial systems from process identification to full implementation.
Ability to lead a team in a collaborative approach through all points of project development.
High level of independent analysis strongly preferred.
Advanced skills in financial and statistical analysis.
Cover Letter (preferred)
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