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    6519 Main Street, Bonners Ferry, Idaho 83805, Bonners Ferry, ID 83805
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    Full-time, Part-time

      CFO Chief Financial Officer

      Boundary Community Hospital
      Bonners Ferry, ID 83805
      Full-time, Part-time
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      Job Description

      POSITION SUMMARY: Manages, coordinates and analyzes the financial aspects of the hospital and nursing home operations. Designs and puts into action those systems for identifying and controlling the income and expenses within the institution; consults with and advises Chief Executive Officer and Board of Trustees regarding methods for generating increased revenue and controlling operational costs in relation to the overall goals of the hospital, the market and the needs of the community.


      • Bachelor's degree in Accounting or related field required and CPA preferred.
      • Minimum of 5 years working in Accounting or Finance with Critical Access Hospital Experience in a management capacity.
      • Must have successful history of working with CMS (Medicaid, Medicare payment plans and regulations). 
      • Advance computer skills in Accounting, Excel and Microsoft Word software programs, prefer experience in Meditech systems.


      • Manages the hospital's financial operations.
      • Develops, interprets, coordinates and analyzes the hospital's policies on finance, accounting, insurance, patient billing and internal controls. 
      • Manages the financial policies for the organization oversees the receipt of revenue, expenditures of funds and preservation of assets.
      • Provides ongoing reviews, interprets, analyzes and communicates financial reports and data to the CEO, and Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees.
      • Responsible to develop a formal budget and supervises budgeting process, providing a standard of measurement so the actual hospital and departmental performance can be evaluated.
      • Evaluates and recommends changes to administration for rates/charges and the structure for same as appropriate. 
      • Evaluates the organizations objectives as they relate to third party reimbursement. 
      • Responsible to make the appropriate organization investments and appropriate reporting on the activities and results of the investments as well. This shall be approved by the Board of Trustees.
      • Responsible for the supervision and coordination of the functions of reimbursement, budget, patient accounting, patient registration, general ledger accounting, medical records, payroll, accounts payable, information systems, and materials management.
      • Lead in the development of the organizations operating budget and ensure that operations are maintained within allocated funds.
      • Responsible for the ongoing and updated three year capital budget.
      • Establishes and maintains all appropriate records and reports applicable to the financial operation of the hospital. 
      • Reviews financial impact of hospital contracts.
      • Provides for organization and maintenance of an effective system of accounting and cost determination. 
      • Responsible to continually review and modify cost systems and data collection to ensure maximum reimbursements for patient services.
      • Prepares periodic reports outlining the organizations financial position in all areas of assets, liabilities, income and expense based on past, present and planned future operations.
      • Ensures the timely filing of federal, state, third party and other financial reports as required, including the Medicare and Medicaid Cost Reports. 
      • Responsible to provide for and understand the current insurance needs of the organization and to assure that the proper protection from liability or other loses is being provided.
      • Directly participates and is responsible for analyzing the cost impact of personnel policy and programs such as employee benefits additions or changes, general salary increases, etc.
      • Perform cost studies involving third parties such as private insurance as well as state and federal coverage.
      • Plan, coordinates, and prepares for year-end audits by public accounting firms and outside auditors
      • Directs and supervises departmental staff through respective managers and supervisors.
      • Responsible for establishing and maintaining healthy interpersonal relationships with all staff members.
      • Abides by all Federal, State and Hospital laws, regulations policies and guidelines. 
      • Abides by Boundary Community Hospital Corporate Compliance program. 
      • Attends all required meetings and activities, maintaining a professional affiliation to stay abreast of current trends and changes in legislation in the financial field.
      • Must wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as situations require to maintain Infection Control standards set by the Hospital.

      • Other duties as assigned

      We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

      Boundary Community Hospital

      Our Hospital

      As the first Pacific Northwest hospital to be awarded the Critical Access Hospital designation by the federal government, Boundary Community Hospital has always played an essential role in meeting the healthcare needs of Bonners Ferry and the surrounding county especially in an emergency.

      Boundary Community Hospital has a 20-bed acute care facility and a 28-bed Extended Care Facility. With a 5 Star Rating from the Idaho Health Care Association and multiple Jean Schoonover Excellence in Caring Awards, the Extended Care Facility and Nursing Home provides services to those needing long-term care and close monitoring and is considered one of the top Nursing Homes in the State of Idaho.

      Boundary Community Hospital is accredited by DNV, certified by Medicare and Medicaid and licensed by the State of Idaho, Department of Health and Welfare. BCH is an independent member of the Northwest Hospital Alliance which is a collaborative network to assist member hospitals in offering high quality, cost effective health care in North Idaho communities.

      Caring for Our Community in Boundary County for Over 100 years

      Why work for Boundary Community Hospital?

      If you are looking for a career as an integral part of a healing team, Boundary Community Hospital just may be the place for you. Nestled in the heart of the Purcell and Selkirk Mountains, Boundary Community Hospital serves over 10,000 residents in Boundary County. As a Critical Access Hospital, our services are essential to the local community; all of our staff members, from devoted Housekeepers to Physicians, are vital to the health care services we offer and are at the heart of who we are. With that in mind, we take our roles seriously and welcome new applicants who are ready to brave the quiet wilderness of North Idaho. Boundary Community Hospital is settled in Bonners Ferry Idaho where you may enjoy your time off pursuing a playground of fishing, hiking, camping, snowmobiling, skiing, snowboarding, boating, biking, golfing, shooting, spectacular scenery, and peaceful surroundings. Almost any outdoor experience is possible - right out your front door.

      We offer a small community environment that harnesses new ideas while embracing old traditions. We have solid K-12 schools, civic organizations such as Rotary club and the Rod Benders (car club), churches, and a full array of opportunities.

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      Posting ID: 567173665Posted: 2020-08-08