Innovate financial excellence as you join Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium as their new Vice President of Accounting in beautiful Anchorage, Alaska!
- The Vice President (VP) of Accounting is responsible for day-to-day financial operations, including accurate accounting and the maintenance of internal controls to ensure the protection of the organizational assets.
- Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the VP of Accounting will utilize technology, management, and analytical skills to effectively ensure financial stabilization throughout both the department, as well as the organization.
- This leader will have oversight of approximately 7+ direct reports, and will manage multiple departments including Grant Accounting, Audit and Tax, General Accounting, Treasury operations, and Tribal Reimbursement.
- Responsible for monthly and annual financial reporting, including the completion of Medicare and other governmental financial reporting. This also includes accounting and financial projections related to patient receivables, and technical memos for regulations/standards. remove
- The VP of Accounting will create a positive working environment, leading the team with a focus on engagement, culture, and will provide effective tools and training to ensure that reporting, compliance, funding, and audit initiatives are met.
- Seeking a knowledgeable leader with strong organization and prioritization skills to ensure strong business and financial acumen.
- Candidates will ideally bring 7+ years of professional experience within an accounting and/or finance setting, in addition to strong knowledge of accounting principles, healthcare reimbursement policies, analytical skills, and critical thinking skills to ensure that the department procedures are running efficiently.
- Bachelor’s degree and Certified Public Accountant (CPA) certification are required; Master’s degree is preferred.
- Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) is a Joint Commission accredited health organization providing primary care, pharmacy services, physical therapy, surgery centers, and multi-specialty clinics to more than 180,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people of the state.
- As an extremely mission-centric organization, ANTHC strives to provide the highest quality health services in partnership with its communities and the Alaska Tribal Health System.
- ANTHC is the largest, most comprehensive Tribal health organization in the country, employing more than 3,000 people
- ANMC includes a 173-bed, state-of-the-art hospital, a full range of medical specialties, primary care services, and labs. The ANMC hospital houses Alaska’s first Level II Trauma Center and is also a Level II Pediatric Trauma Center.
- The organization’s work includes comprehensive medical services at the Alaska Native Medical Center (ANMC), wellness programs, disease research and prevention, rural provider training, and rural water and sanitation systems construction.
- Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium has a hiring preference for qualified Alaska Native and American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act.
- Anchorage, Alaska, rests on the Cook Inlet, bordered by six mountain ranges and warmed by a maritime climate to provide year-round adventure and recreation.
- A city with close to 300,000 people, Anchorage balances modern urban life with easy access to outdoor activities and summer days offering up to 22 hours of sunlight. Anchorage is a place with big-city amenities: museums, shops, theaters, an excellent music scene, and fine restaurants that highlight the local fare of king crab, halibut, and salmon. It is also home to Alaska’s largest college, the University of Alaska Anchorage.
- Activities include easy access to skiing, biking, fishing, river rafting, 60 glaciers within 50 miles of downtown, and dazzling northern lights. Bordering much of the city is Chugach State Park, a 495,000-acre wilderness area and the fourth largest state park in the United States. With over 280 miles of trails, the park offers hiking, backpacking, and biking opportunities for people of all skill levels, with many trailheads accessible from downtown Anchorage in 30 minutes or less.
- Anchorage residents experience low tax rates due to no state income tax and no sales tax in the Municipality of Anchorage. Anchorage also holds Alaska’s largest school district and embraces many cultures showcasing approximately 100 languages being spoken throughout the schools.
- Anchorage Fur Rendezvous, or simply "Rondy," as most locals call it, is one of the best winter festivals in Alaska. Participants sculpt ice, ride the Ferris wheel, take part in the entertaining Outhouse Race, and watch the Running of the Reindeer through Downtown Anchorage. Another highlight is the Summer Solstice Festival, which is a family-friendly festival that takes over downtown Anchorage with live music, food, family activities, food trucks, and a beer garden.