Brooks Rehabilitation (BR) is a non-profit, post-acute system of care providing rehabilitation services and patient care that help individuals achieve the highest quality of life possible. Headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, Brooks has been serving the Northeast Florida community for over 45 years and continues to expand its patient base in the Southeast region of the country.
Brooks provides care options to ensure individuals are in the right setting for their needs, resulting in the best possible outcomes. The value of the system is in the individualized care received from expert clinicians and the commitment to exceptional service, giving patients a great experience in every location.
This is an outstanding opportunity for a proven executive who is seeking to contribute to the continued development of a market leader and to succeed to the Chief Financial Officer position.
Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Controller will be primarily responsible for ensuring the continued enhancement and improvement of day-to-day financial operations, increasing the structure and discipline of financial processes and programs and creating, developing and mentoring a high caliber financial team.
Working closely with the senior leadership team, the selected candidate will have the goal of advancing into the Chief Financial Officer role within 2 - 4 years.
- Managing the accounting functions as the “number 2” senior financial executive, the Controller has a lead role in accounting functions, as well as payroll, accounts payables, financial reporting, analysis and planning.
- Lead and develop accounting department processes and staff development.
- Ensure the integrity of the consolidated financial reporting.
- Ensure consistency of financial reporting and metrics across the organization.
- Produce consolidated monthly and annual financial reports.
- Provide support to the business planning processes as needed.
- Work daily with the management team on financial issues and controls.
COMPREHENSIVE KNOWLEDGE OF:
- Generally accepted standards, policies and procedures relating to budgeting and financial management.
- Relevant accounting standards (GAAP).
- Principles of health care finance and governmental programs.
KEY REQUIREMENTS, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
- Executive qualities of presence, maturity and poise as well as the ability to work effectively with other members of the management team.
- A highly motivated executive that will be ready to take the Chief Financial Officer position within a 2-4 year time period.
- Minimum of 6-10 years of progressive accounting and financial experience with a successful healthcare entity (e.g. acute care, post-acute care or payor) or public accounting firm.
- Successful supervisory/managerial experience. A team builder.
- Demonstrated experience in accounting, financial management, business planning, and financial analysis.
- Excellent communication skills, written and oral. Ability to communicate in a diplomatic and clear manner.
- Demonstrated ability to maintain harmonious working relationships.
- Ability to work independently, with a high degree of reliability and accuracy.
- Leading and developing accounting department processes and staff development.
- Providing support to the business planning processes.
- Reviewing, in consultation with other senior financial executives, all Medicare and Medicaid related cost reports and cost recovery computations with federal and state laws, regulations and policies.
- The Controller will have frequent written and oral interactions with other senior executives and senior staff regarding financial reporting and analysis.
EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS
- A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Accounting and CPA is required.
- Base Salary, annual incentive compensation, well rounded program of benefits and perquisites including relocation assistance.