Chief Financial Officer: Buffalo, NY

The Chief Financial Officer will be expected to ensure the provision of financial services and management and will enable the company to achieve its operational and strategic goals and initiatives in compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. The CFO is responsible for all aspects of the company's daily fiscal management.


• Proactively advise and educate management on all aspects, which financially impact the organization’s operations.
• Manage, plan and organize the financial operations of the organization including financial planning, budgeting and analysis, controllership and revenue cycle functions.
• Develop, interpret, coordinate and communicate the organization’s policies on finance, accounting, budgeting, insurance, financial/accounting systems, internal controls and auditing.
• Ensure compliance with ECDMH, NYOSAS and NYOMH and other governmental entities’ planning deadlines and reporting requirements.
• Prepares all financial reports, including budgets, income statements, balance sheets, and other cost reporting documents; reports to the Board of Directors; tax returns; and reports for government regulatory agencies.
• Manages Business Department and assists in budget preparation and audit functions. Meets regularly with clinical managers to keep them informed and to offer direction.
• Reviews reports to analyze projections of revenue and units of service against actual figures, budgeted expenses against final totals, and suggests methods of improving the planning process as appropriate.
• Analyze and interpret data and develop clear informative methods for presentation of financial information to management and the Board of Directors.
• Conduct meetings with staff to ensure compliance with established practices, and keep employees aware of current standards and changes that are occurring within the organization.
• Prepare and affect timely filing of federal, state, third party and other financial reports as required.
• Analyzes operations to pinpoint opportunities and areas that need to be reorganized, downsized or eliminated.
• Maintains all bank accounts necessary to meet payroll and vendor obligations and other obligations. Regularly manages adequate cash flow.
• Obtains data, prepares recommendations, accepts bids and continually monitors activities related to personnel fringe benefits, equipment purchases, rental of space and equipment, maintenance services and other operations.
• Maintains consistent and effective communication with governmental entities to ensure compliance with policies and procedures; and timely submission of reports, etc.
• Responsible for organization’s information technology system. Reviews computer procedures with Director of IT for effectiveness and oversees long range planning for network and applications’ use, as well as system wide training.
• Oversees the medical billing, revenue recognition and accounts receivable process from front end to back office operations’ provides oversight for all staff involved in billing and collection process.
• Supervises Director of Information Systems, Operations Manager and Business Office staff.
• Performs other related duties as assigned.

• MS in Business Administration, Accounting or Finance. 
• CPA designation preferred.
• Knowledge of database and accounting computer application systems to provide the most accurate financial information.
• Five to eight years experience in financial management with increasing responsibilities for multi-faced direction and planning
• Knowledge of Information Systems
• Knowledge of Medical billing and collections
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Excellent analytical and organizational skills
• An equivalent combination of the above 
• Intermediate to Expert level of computer skills, specifically Microsoft Office Products
• Clean, valid NYS driver’s license and daily access to a car.

Competitive salary commensurate with experience and education

Apply by sending your resume (preferably in Word format) to Mary Girasole at: