• Full Time
  • Traverse City, Grand Traverse County
  • County: Grand Traverse
  • Minimum Salary: $66,700
  • Maximum Salary: $99,400
  • Salary Type: Annual
  • Employer Type: Nonprofit
  • Experience Level: 2-5 years
  • Education Level: Bachelor's degree

Website Northwest Michigan Health Services, Inc.

We are dedicated to providing quality healthcare through a wide range of health services to the people in our communities, always serving with dignity and compassion.

Position Summary

The Finance and Grants Manager’s overall responsibility is to oversee NMHSI’s
financial management systems and support daily financial operations. This role
supervises the day-to-day functions of all finance department staff and will perform
transactional accounting functions in the general ledger system including, payroll,
accounts payable and accounts receivable. In addition, the Finance and Grants
Manager will assist with the planning and administration of the overall activities and
functions of the Finance Department, development of department plans and goals,
development of the annual budget, grant management and developing, updating,
maintaining and administering internal control systems within the organization. The
Finance and Grants Manager will be expected to gain an understanding of industry
specific terms and processes that are unique to Federally Qualified Health Centers.

Role & Responsibilities
• Responsible for the oversight of daily financial operations within the company,
such as expenditures and cash flow.
• Develop and document business processes and accounting policies to
strengthen internal controls.
• Lead general accounting functions, including oversight of journal entries, account
analysis and balance sheet reconciliations.
• Lead month-end and year-end close process.
• Manage and comply with local, state, and federal governmental reporting and tax
filings.
• Assist with the preparation of the annual financial budget and oversee agency
and program-specific budgets, including budgets for grant proposals, in
coordination with management.
• Oversee grant management tasks for multiple funding sources, including
submission of required financial reports.
• Assist with timely and accurate completion of annual agency audit, including
preparation and storage of appropriate financial data for auditing purposes.
• Prepare monthly reports for the CFO and CEO on selected financial measures.
• Trains, supervises, and evaluates finance department staff.
• Assist with the procurement of supplies, services, banking needs. Obtain quotes
to procure major items in the most cost-effective manner.
• Assist with the submission of regulatory reports (i.e., UDS, IRS and MI tax
returns including annual Form 990 prepared by agency independent
accountants, Medicaid and Medicare cost reports, to include quarterly and
annual filings (1099s- MISC, FRS 269s, PSC 272s).
• Ensure that all Federal requirements are met in terms of Health Resources and
Services Administration (HRSA) Grant Conditions, Central Contract Registration
(CCR), Electronic Handbook (EHB).
• Maintain inventory, capitalization, and depreciation of all agency equipment,
computers, facilities, etc. according to Federal guidelines and accounting
practices.
• Prepare monthly financial reports for the Chief Financial Officer.
• Informing the Chief Financial Officer of any major and/or adverse trends in
financial operations.
• Participate on the Quality Assurance Committee regarding financial operations
and improvements.
• All other duties as assigned.

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or related
field is required.
• Minimum of 2-4 years of related accounting experience in non-profit setting or
health care industry preferred.
• Experience with Windows, Microsoft Office, Excel, and current accounting
software systems.
• Ability to communicate effectively with co-workers and management.
• Ability to work under pressure and complete assignments within stated
timeframe.
• Knowledge in training, supervising, and evaluating the work of others,
• Knowledge of the principles and practice of not-for-profit health care
organizations preferred
• Knowledge of Federal Qualified Health Center (FQHC) medical, dental and
behavioral health billing preferred.
• Knowledge of state and federal laws, as pertaining to Health Resources &
Services Administration (HRSA) and Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC)
regulation and policies preferred
• Knowledge of the structure and operations of federally qualified health centers
preferred.
• Experience and understanding of computerized accounting systems, budgets,
and financial data operation, third party billing, contracting, collections, and cost reporting (Medicaid and Medicare) preferred.

Tagged as: Accounting/Finance

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