Budget Director

Boston, MA

Responsibilities

 

  • Plan, direct and manage the overall operation of the company’s Budget Development (capital, cash and operating). Direct the preparation of annual budget data as submitted to the various internal and external stakeholders. Serve as liaison with HR, Finance, Payroll, Decision Support, Reimbursement, Research, Special Funds and other hospital depts in order to coordinate, discuss, and resolve administrative and financial issues that impact the organization’s budget. Participate in designated committees and special projects within the hospital
  • Manage and coordinate monthly analysis of budget variations and preparation of variance reporting for distribution to clinical and operating managements
  • Direct, coordinate and monitor the overall work program for the quarterly and annual operating budget processes
  • Direct the implementation of resource rule allocations by the CEO & President. Resource rules include but are not limited to the allocation of physician extenders, annual allocation of AST dollars, calculation and distribution of AS&T withholds quarterly, administration of clinical rent agreements
  • Provide business development guidance and operating depts to ensure that overall business development integration and ensure that the competencies are leveraged across the enterprise. Assist management with analyzing departmental financial activity, identifying, interpreting and communicating trends and patterns and develop recommendations to achieve goals and objectives
  • Assist with prep of financial information requirements for presentation to various leadership committees including Exec and Finance Committees, and Board of Trustees. Prepare financial models and analyses, develop and update financial forecasts, analyze various operating scenarios and strategic projects/initiatives, and prepare presentations for the Finance & Board of Trustees
  • Ensure that team members receive adequate technical, product and effectiveness/skills training to enable them to contribute to the success of the core clinical application developers for ongoing professional development
  • Coach and counsel the team for growth and effectiveness

 

Requirements

 

  • A Master’s Degree in Business, Finance, Healthcare Administration or a strongly associated major and no less than ten years’ correlated experience
  • Hyperion (Oracle) and PeopleSoft experience ideal
  • Experience with managing a monthly analysis of budget variations in addition to being knowledgeable on the preparation of variance reporting for distribution to clinical and operating managements

 

 

 

 

 

Note: Qualified candidates will be contacted within 2 business days of application. If an applicant does not meet the above criteria, we will keep your resume on file for future opportunities and may contact you for further discussion.

Date Posted 2/11/2021
Salary $160,000 - $180,000 + bonus







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