Serve as the subject matter expert with leadership for all system-wide Finance and Accounting functions as Eskenazi Health’s next Corporate Controller
- The Corporate Controller directs the system-wide Finance and Accounting Departments and teams for Eskenazi Health. Oversight includes payroll, accounts payable, grants accounting, fixed asset accounting, revenue recognition, financial reporting, and general accounting.
- Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Strategy Officer, the Corporate Controller is the primary advisor and strategic partner to the health system’s leaders as they work to create and achieve financial goals.
- The Corporate Controller will coordinate all aspects of the interim and annual external audit; build and maintain company financial policies and controls; prepare financial statements and narratives on a monthly, quarterly, and annual basis; develop high-functioning teams; and lead five-year planning efforts for operational and capital budgets.
- Utilize data-informed decision-making processes, as well as keep abreast of all relevant business issues, market trends, and significant risks.
- Must bring 5+ years of senior-level or finance leadership experience in a hospital setting, as well as a strong understanding of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and healthcare accounting practices.
- Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree and Certified Public Accountant (CPA) preferred.
- For more than 160 years, Eskenazi Health has offered high-quality, cost-effective and patient-focused health care to the residents of Marion County and Central Indiana. As one of America’s largest essential health care systems, Eskenazi Health provides treatment and services through more than one-million outpatient visits each year.
- Partnering with the Indiana University School of Medicine, Eskenazi Health serves as the public hospital division of the Health & Hospital Corporation of Marion County. Physicians provide a comprehensive range of primary and specialty care services at the 333-bed hospital and outpatient facilities both on and off of the Eskenazi Health downtown campus as well as at 11 Eskenazi Health Center sites located throughout Indianapolis.
- Accredited by The Joint Commission and named one of the nation’s 150 best places to work by Becker’s Hospital Review, Eskenazi Health’s programs have received national recognition while also offering new health care opportunities to the local community. As the sponsoring hospital for Indianapolis Emergency Medical Services, the city’s primary EMS provider, Eskenazi Health is also home to the first adult Level I trauma center in Indiana, the only verified adult burn center in Indiana, and the first community mental health center in Indiana.
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