Chief Financial Officer

  • Compensation: $160,000 - $170,000
  • Required Qualifications: 5+ years of experience as a Finance Director
  • City/State: San Leandro, CA

An incredible management services organization in the San Leandro area is seeking a dynamic visionary as their Chief Financial Officer.

You’ll have the opportunity to make a tremendous impact as this $15-$20M MSO manages operations for eight local federally qualified health centers. With a strong mission of providing the best possible care to the community, the team is seeking a CFO who is personable and admires a driven team that is passionate about working within a non-profit setting (a verrry cohesive group to work with).

You’ll join a cohesive senior leadership team, many of whom have been here for a decade, including a Chief Executive Officer who is one of the original founders. You’ll be hard pressed to find a healthcare non-profit in the bay area that is more stable!

If you've ever thought about continuing your healthcare career with a fantastic and compassionate organization that thrives on a patient-first model, this is the role for you.


  • Conducts strategic positioning for the agency including implementing long-term financial strategies
  • Closely monitors productivity in all departments.
  • Evaluate and advise on the impact of long-range planning, introduction of new programs/strategies and regulatory action.
  • Participates as a member of the agency’s management team in strategic planning and organizing agency-wide initiatives and projects


  • Oversees and directs all of the organization's finances, accounting and financial systems including accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, contract and grant billing, and third party billing, coordinating with other departments as necessary
  • Oversees the maintenance of accurate accounting procedures and records regarding cash receipts, cash disbursements, general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and bank reconciliations
  • Oversees accurate and timely entry of information into the organization's financial and billing software including general ledger and all billing.
  • Oversees review and approval of requests for payment authorization; investigates requests and works with staff to find alternate and more cost-effective solutions; coding of all expenditures to ensure accurate grant and contract billing; and monitoring expenditures according to federal, state, county, city and foundation grant and contract billing regulations
  • Oversees the monthly tracking and reconciling general ledger accounts; reconciling bank accounts; monitoring and reinvesting investments; monitoring aging on a monthly basis; and all other accounting activity.
  • Oversees the monitoring of cash on a daily basis; transferring funds between accounts as necessary to meet payroll and accounts payable expenses; coding direct deposits on a monthly basis
  • Oversees special financial projects such as developing FQHC budget and forms for new medical sites; developing PPS rates; creating indirect cost rates with state Department of Health; planning and coordinating Meaningful Use incentive guidelines; etc.
  • Develops and issues the agency’s financial reports in a timely manner including but not limited to: balance sheet, income and expense statement, fund balance statement, cash projections, operating budget, trend analysis of financial information, and productivity reports
  • Prepares and submits external reports including Cost Reports and any other financial reports
  • Develops annual agency budgets in collaboration with program and department directors
  • Maintains appropriate data for audits and analysis of agency operations; oversees all preparations for financial audits. Works closely with auditors including the county, the independent financial auditor; the state WIC auditor, etc.
  • Interprets contractual policies and recommends revision of agency and financial policies to assure agency is operating within contract requirements
  • Develops and revises financial policies and procedures according to generally accepted accounting principles, Title XXII, FQHC, Managed Care, and other funding and regulatory requirements
  • Develops and conducts financial workshops for Staff/Board training; makes recommendations for improvement of financial resources
  • Assists in preparation of proposals and budgets for funding sources
  • Reports expenditures to various contract and grant sources
  • Hires, trains, supervises, disciplines, and evaluates Finance Department staff


  • 5+ years of experience as a Finance Director of higher within a Healthcare setting
  • Experience with: FQHCs, health centers, managed care, health plan operations and Medi-Cal and Medicare is highly desired.
  • A decisive individual who possesses a "big picture" perspective and is well versed in the administrative, fiscal and clinical aspects of health care systems management.

Compensation is per employer discretion, and commensurate with experience.