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  • Middletown, Rhode Island, Middletown, RI PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITY JOB TITLE: Chief Financial Officer (CFO) OVERVIEW: St. George’s School, a boarding and day school located in Middletown, RI that educates approximately 380 students from across the US and around the world, seeks an experienced, effective leader and strategic thinker to serve as the Chief Financial Officer. The search will ideally result in a candidate to start on January 1, 2024, although the School might consider a start as late as July 1, 2024 for the right individual. Reporting directly to the Head of School, the Chief Financial Officer is responsible for the management of the fiscal assets of the School, working closely with the Head and other Leadership Team members to manage the School’s budget and finances and to plan strategically for the future resource needs of the School. The CFO is responsible for the overall operation of the Finance Office, while also analyzing data and initiating and developing financial models to ensure the short- and long-term financial health of the School. The CFO is a member of the School’s Leadership Team, supervising functions in the Finance Office (Controller, Senior Accountant, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable), Human Resources (Human Resources Manager, Human Resources Administrator), and the Campus Store. This position plays a key role in supporting the Board of Trustees as the administrative liaison to the Finance Committee, Investment Committee, and Audit and Risk Management Committee, while also supporting other Committees as needed. RESPONSIBILITIES:   Provide strategic guidance and analysis to the Head of School, Finance Committee, and Board of Trustees with regards to financial sustainability and financial strategies. Lead the organization and management of the Finance Office, including financial operations, accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable (tuition and fees), cash management, purchasing, budgeting, financial reporting, investment, banking, human resources, payroll, employee relations, and compensation and benefits program. Ensure compliance with all government regulatory requirements. Serve as lead liaison to the Board’s Finance Committee, Investment Committee, and Audit and Risk Management Committee, executing instructions as related to risk management, investments, and financing and debt. Prepare and manage the School's annual budget and long-term financial model, reviewing, monitoring, and controlling the disbursement of funds as planned therein. Monitor and report on the budget throughout the year to ensure the School remains financially stable. Compile operating budget and capital expenditure requests from School departments. Supervise the design, implementation, and maintenance of internal controls relevant to the preparation and fair presentation of financial statements and the detection and prevention of fraud. Secure an annual external audit of the School’s financial records and manage preparation of U.S. GAAP financial statements and tax returns for the School. Approve all agreements concerning financial obligations, such as contracts for products or services and other actions requiring a commitment of financial resources. Provide oversight and implementation of risk management strategies relating to the financial health of the School, including but not limited to accident prevention, fraud and cyber threats, contractual risk, internal fraud, and financial liquidity, and report regularly on all such risk matters to the Audit and Risk Management Committee. Seek new sources of revenue and obtain cost savings using effective competitive purchasing, control, and review. In collaboration with the Audit and Risk Management Committee, ensure proper insurance coverage in all areas of the School and serve as liaison to insurance companies. Maintain relationships with financial institutions. Administer banking arrangements and other financial arrangements. Receive, have custody of, and disburse monies and securities in conjunction with the Controller. Ensure compliance with bond covenants, audit standards and with all regulatory and funding agencies and the rules of accrediting bodies by continually monitoring operations, programs, and physical properties; initiate change where required. Oversee all School accounts receivables and indebtedness, including students, staff and vendors. Ensure that all families are current prior to the start of school each year. Prepare and manage re-enrollment contract holds. Oversee the Human Resources function of the School. Ensure that personnel policies conform to state and federal laws. Through regular staff meetings, professional development, and annual evaluation, support and monitor the administrative staff. Oversee the accurate and timely execution of all payroll and benefits related operations. Conduct the annual medical insurance re-enrollment process to insure best terms possible and to thoroughly communicate the benefits to employees. Work with the Leadership Team to steward a diverse, supportive, inclusive workplace culture. Provide information, empathy, and support when employees have questions or concerns about workplace policies or experiences. Analyze employee compensation by category and function within the School to ensure strategic institutional objectives are met. Perform cash management duties including payroll transfers, retirement account and HSA account electronic funds transfers. Partner with the Advancement Office on financing strategy and managing the appropriate allocation and disbursement of donations to the School. Collaborate with the Director of Operations and Campus Planning on the financial management of capital projects. In consultation with the School’s legal counsel, maintain a working knowledge of government regulations, policies and related issues of importance. Where designated by the Head of School, serve as the School’s representative in legal matters with appropriate legal counsel as needed. Participate in strategic planning efforts as directed by the Head of School. Manage and lead other projects as assigned by the Head of School. Serve as an active and visible member of the St. George’s community. PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:   Bachelor’s Degree required. Advanced degree preferred in Business Management, Finance, Accounting or related field Ten-plus years of experience in accounting, financial analysis, and budget formulation, ideally in education Experience/knowledge of independent schools, and particularly boarding schools, is extremely beneficial Knowledge of financial/business analysis techniques with the ability to analyze, organize, and forecast financial data Strong organizational, interpersonal, communication, and management skills Extensive working knowledge of technology and database systems with a track record of creating efficiencies through the sophisticated use thereof Working knowledge of federal and state employment law Must convey a positive attitude and project a confident demeanor Ability to solve a wide range of problems Ability to use independent judgment to manage and impart information to a range of constituents Successful hands-on leadership experience within a progressive, diverse, multicultural learning environment with proven ability to work well with a variety of constituents Exceptional analytical skills, with a collaborative yet clear and decisive leadership style Patience and persistence, with an eagerness to set ambitious, challenging, and tangible goals and a relentless drive to achieve them Must have excellent integrity and demonstrate good moral character and initiative with a professional demeanor, in all contexts including with students, faculty, staff, and School partners Must have a strict sense of confidentiality ABOUT ST. GEORGE’S SCHOOL: Founded in 1896 in Newport, RI, St. George’s School has been a leader in secondary school education for students in the United States and the world for over 125 years. St. George’s moved to its current location in Middletown, RI in 1901, and serves approximately 380 students grades 9-12 on its iconic oceanside 125-acre campus. St. George’s - or SG as it is affectionately known - is a close-knit community of 220 employees, including 70 faculty members, 80 percent of whom have advanced degrees. Domestic students hail from 31 states and 16 percent of students come to the School from abroad, representing 23 countries spread across the Americas, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Rooted in the School's Episcopal identity, St. George’s is committed to fostering an inclusive community where the rich diversity of perspectives and experiences enhances the living and learning of all community members. Students at St. George’s are well-known by the adults within the community, whether in the classroom, in the dormitory, or in the many co-curricular and extracurricular activities the School supports. The five academic departments are interdisciplinary in nature - STEM, Humanities, Language and Culture Studies, Visual and Performing Arts, and Connected Learning. Connected Learning encompasses a number of experiential and contextual learning opportunities, including the School’s service opportunities, marine science program, and Geronimo , the School’s 70-foot sailboat and teaching vessel. St. George’s is in a strong and enviable position by almost any metric. Over the past five years, the School has experienced a more than 50 percent increase in the number of students applying. The School has also made major strides in fundraising, setting record highs year after year despite the pandemic; last year’s annual fund raised just over $3.8M. Having recently completed a renovation of its historic Memorial Schoolhouse, the completion of two new faculty housing units, and the opening of the Schmaltz Family Wellness Center, the School is in the midst of its largest construction project to date, a $30.5M renovation of the Arden/Diman/Eccles dormitory complex, scheduled for completion in 2025. The physical transformation of the campus - and the work that lies ahead in the School’s facilities master plan - are transforming the physical living and learning space for generations to come. FOR CONSIDERATION: Interested and qualified candidates should submit a formal letter of application, current resume, and a list of three references with contact information to: Carolyn Stiles Creative Independents Please do not contact the school directly. Applications will be considered until the position is filled.  
  • Manhattan, New York, Because of these exciting growth plans, they are looking for a Financial Controller to join the business and steer the overall direction of the US arm of the business. You will report directly to the Group Finance Director and assume responsibility for all of the corporate financial matters in the UK (hotel and investment groups). This will involve elements of compliance, controls & processes, managing third parties, tax, M&A, treasury cashflow, and partnering with the investment & development team on acquisitions. This is a unique opportunity for a qualified accountant to step into an extremely established and successful business. Its unique, entrepreneurial environment embraces innovation and collaboration throughout. We are ideally looking for a Qualified CPA accountant with extensive Real Estate experience. You will be driven and hungry for a challenge, be able to engage and liaise with senior stakeholders and be comfortable working in a very commercial environment. Salary: Flexible for the right candidate, $180,000 - $230,000+ with a generous bonus and other benefits In our company values we aim for equity at all stages of the recruitment process, please let us know if we can do anything to make the process more accessible to you.
  • Accountant | WMCHealth

    Suffern, New York, The Accountant is responsible for coordinating the completion of financial documents, preparation of financial reports, including, but not limited to, operational and capital budgets, departmental and patient accounts financial statements, statistical reports, and other related financial information. The Accountant compiles data for regulatory reporting in accordance with established procedures and regulatory requirements, and ensures timely and accurate reporting and documentation. RESPONSIBILITIES: Enters and reviews periodic general and standard journal entries, income and balance sheet statements on automated and manual systems utilizing specialized software programs. Makes complex calculations, interpretation of policies and procedures. Conducts account reconciliations and financial audits and prepares specialized reports. Monitors departmental accounts and provides information and interpretation of results to administrators. Assists with preparation of federal, state and other regulatory reports, ensuring compliance with established guidelines. Keeps informed of governmental regulations and procedures affecting the institution's finance and accounting procedures. Analyzes financial reports and records, making recommendations relative to the accounting of reserves, assets and/or expenditures as appropriate. Researches and resolves problems pertaining to financial reporting systems, ensuring compliance with procedures and policies relating to patient billing and reporting to regulatory agencies such as Center for Medicare and Medicaid. Prepares monthly income statements by collecting and consolidating accounting data. Assists with preparation of yearly operating and capital budget. Effectively uses automated systems to perform work assignments. Performs related duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONS / REQUIREMENTS: Prior accounting experience in a health care setting preferred. EDUCATION: A high school or equivalency diploma is required; a Bachelor's degree or Master's degree in accounting or related field is preferred for candidates without prior experience OTHER: If applicable, the individual performing this job may reasonably anticipate coming into contact with human blood and other potentially infectious materials. Individuals in this position are required to exercise universal precautions, use personal protective equipment and devices, and learn the policies concerning infection control. About Us: Good Samaritan Hospital Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern, NY, is a 286-bed hospital providing emergency, medical, surgical, obstetrical/gynecological and acute-care services to residents of Rockland and southern Orange counties in New York; and northern Bergen County, NJ. The hospital is home to a recognized cardiovascular program, comprehensive cancer-treatment services, the area's leading Wound and Hyperbaric Institute and outstanding maternal/child services that includes a Children's Diagnostic Center. Good Samaritan Hospital also provides social, psychiatric and substance-abuse services and its certified home-care agency supports residents of the Hudson Valley and beyond.
  • Accountant | WMCHealth

    Kingston, New York, Reporting to the Director of Finance, the Staff Accountant's primary responsibility is to maintain the books and records of the hospital with limited supervision in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. The individual is also responsible to assist the Sr. Accounting staff in the preparation of monthly financial statements from the hospital's statistical and financial data for review by the Director. Other tasks include organization of the Annual Operating Budget and assistance with the Annual Audit and ICR preparation on an as needed basis. Responsibilities: Writing & Posting of manual and standard Journal Entries Maintain accurate and timely General Ledger worksheets for review by management Update Audit work papers for Balance Sheet accounts on a monthly basis Production of bi-weekly FTE reports for all assigned entities for manager analysis Completes timely and accurate bank reconciliations for all assigned cash accounts on a monthly basis Maintains monthly billing and reconciliation of 3rd party physicians for all assigned entities Maintains and reconciles monthly shared service analysis to G/L for all assigned entities on a monthly basis Production of bi-weekly Flash Reports for HealthAlliance Hospitals Accurate daily tracking of cash balances and production of cash summary reports and projections for each entity Performs other duties and tasks as assigned Requirements/Qualifications: Education: Bachelors Degree, required in accounting or finance. Experience: 1-3 years required. Solid accounting background; preferably in healthcare industry Training/License: None specified Other: Strong financial analysis skills Ability to prioritize and multi-task Excellent organization and communication skills Strong computer skills (Microsoft Excel, Access & Outlook About Us: HealthAlliance Hospital
  • New York, New York, Job Type: Officer of Administration Bargaining Unit: Regular/Temporary: Regular End Date if Temporary: Hours Per Week: 35 Standard Work Schedule: Building: Salary Range: $68,000 - $70,019 The salary of the finalist selected for this role will be set based on a variety of factors, including but not limited to departmental budgets, qualifications, experience, education, licenses, specialty, and training. The above hiring range represents the University's good faith and reasonable estimate of the range of possible compensation at the time of posting.   Position Summary The Senior Accountant will support the ICAP Cash Management Team with the monthly examination and review of each field office???s Field Finance Report (FFR) and supporting documentation and the processing of field office wire packages and expense journal entries relating to them.  The Senior Accountant will assist the Accounting Manager, Accounting Supervisor and the ICAP Cash Management team with audits, analytical reports, and special project requests. It is anticipated that this is for up to 24-month position directly aligned to the life of the ERP project. Subject to business needs, we may support flexible and hybrid work arrangements. Options will be discussed during the interview process. Responsibilities Supports the Cash Management Team with the monthly examination, review and monitoring of each field office???s Field Finance Report (FFR), transactions, supporting documentation and payment receipts to ensure accuracy, legitimacy, allowability and allocability of expenses as dictated by donor, Columbia University and ICAP guidelines and regulations and to ensure that the accounting is in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). (15%) Performs monthly review of the Field Finance Report submitted by the local country office to ensure that the information recorded into the country offices' financial accounting books is in conjunction with the relevant supporting documentation. Monthly review will cover payroll, bank reconciliations, advance registers, balance sheet and profit and loss statement. (10%) Confirms that expenditures are allocated to the correct sponsored projects and budget code. Reviews transactions for proper approvals, supporting documentation and compliance with donor rules and regulations, and Columbia University accounting policies. (10%) Records the summarized version of the local office expenditures into the Columbia University accounting system by project account numbers and budget categories after review of Field Finance Report (FFR). Monitors the approval process of wire packages and expense journal entries up to final approval. (10%) Interfaces with field office locations for requests for supporting documentation relating to expenditures and the monthly reporting. (10%) Liaises with country offices and other Finance Teams to respond to field inquiries and/or related issues, identifies and analyzes errors, and follows through to resolution. (10%) Coordinates with Subawards Team to ensure that the subaward payments authorized by the designated New York Subawards Manager and paid through the local office are correctly recorded in country and subsequently reconciled against the relevant purchase order in New York. (10%) Monitors monthly compliance and FFR checklist reports which are shared with the local offices for review and corrective action. Monitors the status of each report ensuring all issues are addressed in a timely manner and subsequent errors are avoided. (5%) Prepares reports of a specialized nature, including, but not limited to, accrual reports, advances aging schedules, unrestricted analyses, and other analytical reports. (5%) Responds to audit requests from field office locations, Finance Teams and Mailman School of Public Health, including the review of transactions in QuickBooks for donor and University compliance on posted transactions ensuring that supporting documentation exists for audited transactions and is in compliance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). (5%) Supports the Cash Management Team in responding to other auditor requests. (5%) Performs other related duties and projects as assigned. (5%) Minimum Qualifications Bachelor???s degree in Accounting or Finance or equivalent in training, education and/or experience , plus three (3) years of related experience Strong analytical and organizational skills Strong interpersonal skills in order to deal effectively with varied internal clients Excellent customer service skills Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (e.g., Excel, Word, Outlook)                                                                                                 Preferred Qualifications Experience in auditing strongly preferred Knowledge of US Government Rules and Regulations on Reporting and Expenses Demonstrated experience working in a fast-paced environment, coupled with experience with international protocols, non-profit organizations or academic institutions is highly desirable Knowledge of Columbia University systems, ARC, ERP Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.