VP of Finance

US-MI-Southfield
Job ID
2017-1120
Category
Accounting/Finance
Shifts
Days
Type
Full Time (37.5 - 40 hrs hours per week)

Overview

Responsible for all facets of financial reporting, accounts payable, third party financial compliance reporting, tax reporting, cost reporting, operational, capital and cash budgeting, audit and internal controls, banking and cash management, information systems relative to finance and payroll related applications, fixed assets, employee benefit analysis, and insurance procurement related matters. Support to Directors for management operational analysis and billing and collection. Analyze financial accounting transactions and standards and maintain record through the preparation of financial statements for system-wide managed entities. Leads and supervises finance staff of accountants, accounts payable specialists, and payroll manager. Supports SVP in capital financing initiatives, including proforma development and updates and the completion of finance and insurance related due diligence for closings. Supports PVM Directors in the financial analysis of pricing, procurement, insurance, and wage and benefit related matters. Serves as staff liaison to the PVM Audit and Benevolence Committees.

Responsibilities

  1. Prepare and/or direct preparation of financial statements, business activity reports, financial position forecasts, annual budgets, and reports required by regulatory agencies.
  2. Prepare and file annual tax returns or prepare financial information for outside accountants to complete returns.
  3. Provide timely compliance reporting for third-party cost reports, HUD reporting, MSHDA tenant and monthly reporting, Detroit Housing Commission reporting, LIHTC compliance, tax-exempt bond financing related, insurance, etc.
  4. Supervise employees performing financial reporting, accounting, accounts payable, payroll, cash management, and budgeting duties. Ensure the department’s appropriate organizational development, attraction, and retention of appropriate levels of staffing.
  5. Supervise the receipt, disbursement, banking, protection, and custody of operating and reserve funds.
  6. Maintain current knowledge and integrate into procedures organizational policies and procedures, federal and state policies, directives, and regulatory requirements, and current and proposed accounting standards.
  7. Coordinate audits of managed entity accounts and financial transactions to ensure timely reporting and compliance with GAAP and state and federal requirements and statutes.
  8. Develop and maintain relationships with auditors, banking, insurance, and non-organizational accounting personnel to facilitate financial activities.
  9. Develop and maintain daily, monthly, and quarterly cash flow projections and reporting for existing operations. Monitor operating and development cash advances made to entities for their collection and related reserves. Monitor the appropriate “surplus cash” position by entity.
  10. Lead short-term indebtedness banking, leasing & credit card relationships, policies, and procedures.
  11. Lead the facilitation of annual operating, capital, cash budget development process in conjunction with the members of Executive and ACT teams.
  12. Develop and maintain internal control policies, guidelines, and procedures for collections, budget administration, cash and credit management, and accounting.
  13. Host monthly financial reporting and performance calls with those managing operations to provide clarity in financial reporting and forecasts to enhance revenue and contain costs.
  14. Support SVP and management on short-term and long-term financial objectives, policies, and actions.
  15. Support SVP and Director of Real Estate Development in the update of financial and cash flow proformas for facility advancement activities.
  16. In conjunction with Directors of Technology, determine the appropriate hardware & software resources needed to more efficiently manage the processing, reporting, and compliance for related finance functions.
  17. Provide financial analysis to Directors in operations for resident pricing to achieve the appropriate price point in the market.
  18. Support Foundation President with the resources needed to manage Foundation accounting and reporting.
  19. Provide financial analysis and support to SVP of Human Resources on benefit procurement, Executive Incentive Compensation Plan achievement and distribution, and 403-B program administration.
  20. Provide direction and assistance to other organizational units regarding accounting and budgeting policies and procedures, and the efficient control and utilization of financial resources.
  21. Provide training to Village board members on financial statements and internal controls.
  22. Provide onboarding to new Administrators and Directors on a wide range of financial activities.
  23. Serve as staff liaison to the PVM Audit and Benevolence Committees.
  24. Supervise the depreciation practices to apply to capitalized items and advise management on actions regarding the purchase, lease, or disposal of such items.
  25. Execute contracts and other documents necessary to provide for the functioning and necessary advancement of Finance Department related programs and services within Limits of Authority policy.
  26. Update and maintain Finance Department related permanent files in compliance with record retention policies.
  27. Establish and monitor performance measurements for Finance Department that assist in achieving Quality First and Service Excellence goals.
  28. Supervise the identification and tracking of fixed assets and the maintenance of the fixed asset register and related reporting.
  29. Assist SVP of Human Resources with assessment and procurement of employee benefits, coverage, and financing.
  30. Assist the Director of Risk management in the procurement of insurance coverage for new and existing entities.
  31. Attend and participate in all appropriate meetings and training opportunities in order to keep informed on current information and skill development.
  32. Follow established policies and procedures including but not limited to:
    • Presbyterian Villages policies and procedures.
    • Safety policies and procedures.
    • Federal, state and local regulations.
  33. All other duties as assigned

Qualifications

Education : M.B.A. or Master’s degree in Finance or related field, or equivalent experience. Certified Public Accountant, preferred.

 

Experience : 10 or more years of management experience in a similar job. Finance experience in senior living, healthcare, real estate, and/or hospitality/service sectors preferred.

 

Computer Skills

Computer literacy required (Windows, Excel, Microsoft Database, general ledger software, report writers).

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