The Network CFO reports to the system CFO and will be responsible and accountable for the financial performance of Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital and Network, Pulse Heart Institute, Behavioral Health, and Retail Health to include Indigo and Immediate Clinic (Urgent Care). This position works with the Finance Division as well as Operational, Nursing and Physician Leaders at all levels throughout the health system. If selected, you’ll have the opportunity to develop and execute strategic plans, drive growth initiatives, identify margin improvement opportunities, provide ongoing leadership and mentorship, and serve as a key member of the Puget Sound Executive Council. As a senior leader, you’ll also oversee the financial performance of your interdependent business units and markets, while impacting system-level results.
We’re looking for a seasoned Finance leader with exposure to the full scope of Finance functions in a relatively large healthcare organization ($.5 billion+). Excellent financial/analytical skills and insightful business acumen are essential. Prior experience with Mergers & Acquisitions and/or experience in a large consulting environment would also be a plus. But experience and education alone won’t be enough. Our ideal candidate will also have exceptional interpersonal skills, strong executive presence and a high level of emotional intelligence. The person we seek will role model continuous improvement and enjoy mentoring others. We’re also looking for someone who will partner well with both internal and external stakeholders.
Official job requirements include:
• Master’s degree in Healthcare or Business Administration required, with a concentration in accounting, finance or other related field highly preferred
• Minimum of 10 years of progressive financial leadership.
• Proven hands-on financial, strategic and operational planning, budgeting, decision support, and revenue development experience.
• Broad-based knowledge of health care operations, which may include health systems, hospitals, and medical groups.