The Finance Director reports directly to the Corporate Controller and has primary accountability for DCAA and other government audits. The successful candidate will remain current on and anticipate changes in government defense contracting and accounting requirements.
Act as a senior member of rating committees and be responsible for convening and conducting of rating committee deliberations in area of expertise, including acting as the rating committee chair and assuring the integrity of the rating process. Act as an active, vocal voting member of the committee.
Provide input and decision making participation on a broad range of site issues to WCH Leadership Team and others as necessary to ensure support and promotion of site objectives and activities, and ensure appropriate financial conclusions are reached on business initiatives.
Serve to establish policy, lead criteria, policy, and analytical deliberations, identify and develop needed changes/innovations in rating methodology/criteria standards and the ratings process, and ensure that analytical guidelines, quality standards, procedures and policies established are adhered to for all credits.
Partner with Senior Technology Leaders with respect to IT Finance support and strategy (including the design and implementation for IT cost frameworks), identifying risk, analyzing scenarios, and investment opportunities.
Ensures Agency is in compliance with contractual guidelines for each client including client reporting. In conjunction with Leadership Team, ensures client contract alignment with Agency best practices.
This key role will be a member of the Kodak Alaris Group Finance Leadership Team. Additional key financial relationships include Group Financial Controller, Group Treasurer, Director of Internal Audit, and Director of Tax. Establish and maintain very close and effective relationship with BU Leaders.
Utilize business, finance, accounting, and analytical skills to perform tasks including, but not limited to: financial modeling, valuation, business process optimization, data analytics and visualization, financial statement review, and business plan assessments.
The Director of Finance is responsible for the efficient and effective operation of assigned departments and programs and the management of the hospitals financial activities, such as receipt of revenues, expenditures of funds and conservation of hospital assets.