The Coordinator of Treasury and Capital is an exciting leadership opportunity in St. Joseph's Finance department that is accountable for overseeing St.
Joseph's treasury, billings, accounts receivable and accounting functions, with all staff in these areas reporting to this leadership position.
A project leadership position is currently in place within the Finance leadership team supporting all capital budgeting, accounting and reporting functions a part of a broader strategy to transform St.
Joseph's asset management strategy, including leadership of finance capital staff members.
Accordingly, the initial focus of the Coordinator of Treasury and Capital leadership position will be the treasury, accounts receivable and billing accountabilities with capital accountabilities across the finance leadership team to be determined in Fiscal 2020 / 21.
Capital accounting experience is still considered an asset for this leadership position.
This influential leadership position reports directly to the Director of Finance.
Key responsibilities include :
Overseeing all billing and accounts receivable activities throughout St. Joseph's including the operation of five business offices across St.
Joseph's major clinical sites
Managing accounts receivable aging and collections processes across a diverse group of receivables
Overseeing the preparation of financial reports and statements require by the Ministry of Health, other funding agencies, St.
Joseph's leaders, the Senior Leadership Team and the Board of Directors
Collaborate with clinical teams and other clinical support teams to ensure the accurate and timely delivery of financial reports, reporting of revenues, and the completion of physician billings.
Collaborate with our Information Technology team to ensure our corporate billing system (Infor HRCM) is maintained and system enhancements result in efficient and effective billing processes.
Working with St. Joseph's external auditor, this leadership position is responsible for leading the effective execution of all external audit processes as well as ensuring finance-
related processes and control risks are identified and addressed related to treasury, accounts receivable and capital matters
The identification of any relevant or new accounting pronouncements within Public Sector Accounting Standards + Part III Section 4200 of the CPA Handbook / relating to treasury, accounts receivable and capital matters
Functions currently overseen by the asset management project leadership position, which will be distributed amongst the finance leadership team in fiscal 2020 / 21 include :
Overseeing the preparation of St. Joseph's capital budget annually in conjunction with the Director of Finance and Chief Financial Officer, including the engagement of leaders across St.
Joseph's as the capital budget is developed and projects prioritized
Overseeing the management of St. Joseph's investment portfolio, working in conjunction with the Director of Finance, Chief Financial Officer and the Investment Subcommittee of St.
Joseph's Board of Directors for investment portfolio and capital planning.
Asset management priorities as identified by the project leadership position.
As a highly motivated and engaging leader, the Coordinator will demonstrate effective communication, visionary leadership and exceptional people management skills complimented by strong problem solving and change management expertise.
Bachelor Degree in Accounting, Finance or Business
Chartered Professional Accountant Designation
5+ years of experience in a financial management / reporting role
5+ years of demonstrated team leadership experience
Strong managerial skills backed by a working knowledge of accounting standards including public sector accounting standards + CPA Handbook Part III Section 4200
Self-directed and highly motivated with effective written and oral communication skills
Highly developed critical thinking skills including the ability to conceptualize and analyze problems and develop and implement business plans and / or support leaders in the implementation of business plans and budget saving strategies
Ability to manage competing demands and meet challenging timelines
Ability to establish and maintain relationships with internal teams, peers and external stakeholders
Demonstrated shared leadership, team development, collaboration and facilitation skills coupled with superior interpersonal, relationship and communication skills
Ability to exercise judgment on complex issues across a diverse environment
Demonstrated experience supporting leadership teams / clients in understanding their financial results and supporting them in the development and understanding of operating budgets
Experience supporting and reporting to various internal committee structures
Knowledge of a Safety Culture in a Health Care Setting in compliance with the OHSA
Ability and commitment to act as a supervisor under OHSA
Solid knowledge and understanding of legislation related to Employment, People & Financial Management
Experience in a health care environment in Ontario including billing rules and regulations for various funding agencies (OHIP, WSIB, Federal and Provincial Governments, Insurance providers among others)
Relevant consulting or public accounting firm experience
Experience in a health care environment in Ontario
Experience with Oracle Financial applications including General Ledger and the Infor HRCM billing application
In addition, the successful candidate will possess strong capabilities in the following Leadership Competencies :
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills to work effectively with team members, leaders across St. Joseph's and other stakeholders
Exhibits strong self-awareness and reflection in one's self-development
Proven ability to engage and influence team members
Successfully lead others in change in achieving their professional and / or personal goals
Expertise in gaining team support in program objectives
Skilled in resolving conflict constructively
Exhibits ability in holding others accountable
Experience in the development of strong, healthy teams
Strong critical thinking and problem solving skills to plan, organize and evaluate the day to day operations of the program
Commitment to excellence in financial reporting and education of leaders in understanding their financial results
Ability to set clear guidelines and takes action in implementing decisions
Motivated by continuous quality and process improvement
Displays commitment to the organization mission, vision and values
Possess a strong commitment to patient and staff safety
Proven risk management and development risk mitigation strategies
Exhibit a visionary leadership style that promotes the values of shared leadership and interdisciplinary team collaboration
Foster an environment committed to strategic short and long term organizational goals
Teaching and Research
St. Joseph's Health Care London through its affiliation with Western University and Fanshawe College is a leading research and teaching hospital.
As an employee of St. Joseph's you will be expected to engage in role related teaching and research activities in addition to any of your clinical duties
Provide vaccination records or proof of immunity against measles, mumps rubella and varicella (chicken pox)
Provide documentation of the Tuberculosis skin testing