Northwest Human Services is a non-profit leader in providing advocacy, quality healthcare and social services in Marion and Polk counties since 1970. We are seeking a solution-focused, detail-oriented Controller to assist in the fiscal guidance and direction of the organization, and provide support to the CFO as a key member of our Finance staff.
YOUR ROLE at NWHS:
* As the Controller for NWHS, you will be a part of the Agency Management team leading the operations of our Community Health Center. You will be responsible for financial accounting reconciliations, financial reports, financing draws, 340B drug program, updating policies and procedures, preparing program budgets, and assistance with audit preparation. These duties involve compliance with accounting principles, as well as federal and state regulations.
* Hires, coaches and counsel’s direct employees based on established policies, procedures, protocols, and personnel policy guidelines.
* Develops, approves, implements, and maintains a consistent set of department/function policies, procedures, and protocols that meet regulatory and accrediting standards.
* Participates in the organization's quality improvement program.
* Assists in developing Agency budgets, preparing financial statements, cash-flow forecast and analysis, and conduct and/or oversee financial accounting, reporting and reconciliation activities.
* Assists in preparation, review, and timely submission of regulatory Agency financial reports including Indirect Cost Rate applications, Medicare, Medicaid, OSOW, the HRSA Section 330 grant, and Federal and state tax filings
* Conducts 340B Drug Discount Program monitoring, accounting, and reporting.
* Works with CFO to coordinate the finance department’s role in the annual financial, A-133 and 403b audits and all external audits including site visits and grant reviews.
* Reviews, prepares and submits New Markets Tax Credits monthly draw packages and reporting, including monitoring liens, updating accruals, reconciling bank statements, and preparing financial reports for the related subsidiary organization and Board of Directors.
Northwest Human Services is an innovative FQHC that has been providing care to the local community for over forty-five years. Our medical clinics are Tier V Patient Centered Medical Homes and our West Salem location offers fully integrated primary care, psychiatry, therapy, and dentistry all on the same campus. Our Medical, Dental and Mental Health care teams are committed to the overall wellness of our patients and work together to ensure patient needs are expertly evaluated, and met with compassion and respect. Additionally, our Transitional Programs provide services for those in our community who need it most. At Northwest Human Services, we value customer service, teamwork, wellness and fun. Our team of over 200 employees has an average tenure of over 5 years. Employees are treated to annual holiday celebrations, summertime picnics and many other events recognizing their hard work and dedication to our mission. Our leadership team and Board of Directors support our staff as we continue to grow and expand our programs and community offerings.
Northwest Human Services offers competitive wages and a generous benefits package that includes: Medical, Dental, Vision, Group Life: Short Term & Long Term Disability, 403(b) retirement plan with generous employer match and Paid Time Off.
* Experience developing, analyzing, preparing, and maintaining spreadsheets, and financial reporting.
* Experience in designing, monitoring, and testing internal financial controls and associated policies and procedures.
* Demonstrated ability to take the initiative in defining and completing projects independently without direct supervision
* Ability to work well under deadline pressures without sacrificing accuracy or customer service.
* Ability to provide excellent customer service and quality with efficient turnaround times.
* Proven ability to work collaboratively with all levels and partner together to improve internal support models related to processing and support for accounting preparation.
* Ability to handle a diverse, complex portfolio of work in an intensive multi-tasking, regulated environment.
* Solution-focused, strong follow-through, detail-oriented, and adept at overcoming challenges.
* 3-5 years in progressively responsible accounting/financial roles is preferred
* Prior supervisory experience preferred, with the ability to apply strong leadership and management skills
* Significant experience in health center and grant accounting/procedures is preferred.
* Experience in managing or working with Federal and State grants is preferred.
* Bachelor's Degree with substantial credits in accounting and/or business management.
* CPA Certification