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Job ID: EB-9530149823
Job Title: ACFO
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February 3, 2023/March 25, 2025-HFMA



Summit Healthcare

Show Low, Arizona, United States (On-Site)
15 days ago
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Summit Healthcare – located in the beautiful White Mountains of Northeastern, AZ in Show Low is seeking an Assistant Chief Financial Officer to join our team!

Relocation Assistance offered!

About Summit Healthcare and our Community:

Summit Healthcare is a private, not-for-profit organization located in the beautiful White Mountains of Northeastern Arizona in Show Low. As a regional medical center with 101 licensed beds, Summit Healthcare responds to the healthcare needs of more than 90,000 permanent and seasonal residents living in a 3,000 square mile area.

• State of the art equipment
• Largest & BEST employer in the White Mountains
• High employee satisfaction rating
• 1,300+ employees
• Has received a CMS 5-star rating
• Stroke Center of Excellence

Show Low, Arizona is a growing community with four beautiful seasons that create the perfect playground for year-round outdoor activities. It is the perfect place to fish, hike, ride horseback, mountain bike, ski, golf, hunt and enjoy countless other sports and outdoor adventures! The White Mountain area is a friendly, rural community with affordable housing, excellent schools, and a quality of life as high as the tall pines at an elevation of 6,500 feet.

General Position Summary:

Responsible for directing accounting and financial services, including general accounting functions, payroll, and accounts payable. Responsible for ensuring the accuracy and integrity of all financial related data for the organization and protecting the assets of the organization by establishing, monitoring, and enforcing compliance with internal financial controls. Guides financial decisions by collecting, analyzing, interpreting, and reporting accurate and timely financial data in accordance to GAAP to all levels of management within the organization. Also responsible for complying with a variety of regulatory report requirements and the coordination of various audits. Works directly with the CFO to learn additional departments and processes that will allow for promotion to the CFO position.

Essential Functions / Major Responsibilities:

· Coordinates monthly closing processes. Prepares monthly financial package for the Governing Board and Administration. Provides status of financial condition of the organization by collecting, analyzing, interpreting, and reporting financial data. Financial statement preparation includes, but is not limited to: Income Statements, Balance Sheets, Statements of Cash Flows, A/R Reserve Analysis, and Investment Schedules.

· Protects the assets of the organization by developing, implementing, and monitoring all of the financial controls. Responsible for driving changes to improve, enhance, and enforce the financial control process.

· Directs/manages the activities of General Accounting (Fixed Assets and Account Reconciliations), Accounts Payable, and Payroll. Provides leadership, developmental opportunities, guidance, and support to Accounting staff. Performs all functions of management, including planning, directing, monitoring, and controlling.

· Coordinates various annual audits, including the Financial Audit, Medicare Audit, Workman’s Comp Audit, Wage, and Occupational Mix Audits. Develops methodologies and practices to track and analyze data throughout the year. Prepares various schedules and analysis as required.

· Directs accounting services in accordance with GAAP to meet the needs of the Governing Board, CEO, CFO, Sr. Management, Independent Auditors, outside regulatory agencies, and financial partners.

· Fulfills governmental reporting requirements by compiling information and/or preparing various reports, including Quarterly Payroll Tax Reports, DES Reports, Uniform Accounting Reports, US Census surveys, Capital Expenditure Reports, Information and Technology Reports, 5500, and Unclaimed Property Reports.

· Coordinates the preparation of the annual 990. Works closely with outside audit companies to ensure that information reported to the IRS is complete, accurate, and timely. Gathers required information and completes the required schedules.

· Compiles and reports monthly statistical information.

· Reviews and approves all Balance Sheet reconciliations. Makes recommendations or determines course of action to resolve open items.

· Achieves budget objectives by analyzing variances and communicating and initiating corrective action when possible.

· Supervises the preparation of the bi-weekly productivity report. Assists payroll coordinator with revisions and responding to inquiries as needed.

· Analyzes, summarizes, and creates a variety of adhoc financial reports to meet the financial needs of the organization and its leaders.

· Maintains all bank account records, including authorized signers and online securities. Reviews and approves cash disbursements over $5,000.

· Presents and explains financial results to the CFO, administration, department managers, and others. Occasionally presents financial date to Finance Committee in the CFO’s absence.

· Works closely with department managers and administration to provide them with information necessary for making sound financial decisions for the purpose of enhancing revenue and controlling expenses. Assists administration/managers with understanding their specific financial activity. Provides assistance with identifying, researching, and resolving financial matters that impact there are of responsibility.

· Coordinates, participates, and/or leads various teams for the purpose of identifying opportunities for process improvements and building a sense of collaboration amongst the departments. Participates on various project teams to provide input from a financial perspective.

· Provides the CFO with support, assistance, and information as it relates to the financial activity of the organization.

· Complies with IRS regulations, wage and hour laws, and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles by studying existing and new legislation. Enforces adherence to requirements, advising management on need actions or changing processes under ones direct control as changes occur.

· Develops accounting processes/procedures as new programs are implemented.

· Reviews and revises accounting policies and procedures.

· Assists with the preparation of the annual budget.

· Reviews and revises accounting policies and procedures as needed.

· Works directly with the CFO to develop knowledge and understanding of processes and departments that report directly to the CFO (i.e. Materials Management, Revenue Cycle, and Case Management)

· Oversees the financial management of the SHMA(clinic operations) finance department

· Displays proper etiquette and mannerisms that reflect the Service Behavior Standards.

· Promotes the Patient Safety Standards as a core value of the organization.

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Education and/or Experience:

· Bachelor’s Degree in Finance/Accounting or related field (required).

· Basic computer skills (required).

· Two-four years accounting experience in a healthcare industry (required).

· Two-four years leadership experience (required).

· CPA and/or CMA (preferred).

Job Information

  • Job ID: 67781621
  • Workplace Type: On-Site
  • Location:
    Show Low, Arizona, United States
  • Company Name For Job: Summit Healthcare
  • Position Title: Assistant Chief Financial Officer
  • Industry: Healthcare
  • Job Function: Financial Executive
  • Job Type: Full-Time
  • Job Duration: Indefinite
  • Min Education: BA/BS/Undergraduate
  • Min Experience: 2-3 Years
  • Salary: $124,000.00 – $194,000.00 (Yearly Salary)