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Chief Financial Officer – Friendship Community

I.          TITLE:  Chief Financial Officer

II.         DEFINITION:   This is a professional position responsible for the leadership and operations of the finance, accounting and Information Technology (IT) Departments.

III.       BASIC FUNCTION:  To manage the financial and IT activities of the organization and to provide timely, accurate financial reports to Administration and the Board.

IV.       ACCOUNTABILITY:   Accountable to the CEO

V.        AUTHORITY:   Supervises all Finance and IT Department Team Members and also has the authority to make recommendations regarding operations based on the organization’s financial position. The Chief Financial Officer will have access rights to Promise and HCSIS.

VI.       RESPONSIBILITIES:

A.        Demonstrates a respectful positive attitude that promotes service excellence to Individuals, Team Members, Families, and /or the general public.

B.         Promote and encourage, in word and deed, the desired organizational culture and core values of Friendship Community.

C.         Purposefully seek to promote a positive environment and culture of trust that affirms that all persons have dignity and worth.

D.        Establishes and recommends to Administration financial objectives or policies for the Organization.

E.         Will function as a Controller and prepare financial reports which accurately summarize and forecast business activity regarding revenue and expenses. Reports may also include comparison with past activity. Reports will be reviewed with the CEO and the Directors Team on a monthly basis and to the Finance Committee and the Board at regularly scheduled meetings.  Other reports will be submitted as needed and requested.

F.         Determines whether an asset should be expensed or capitalized. Determines depreciation rates for capital assets at the time of purchase.

G.        Makes recommendations to Administration on necessary operational adjustments as a result of revised funding regulations or changes in financial position.

H.        Schedules and prepares all documents for the annual audit of financial records.

I.          Collaborates with Administration in the preparation of reports required by Federal and State regulations.

J.         Supervises the Team Members responsible for Information Technology.  

K.        Maintains knowledge base of current trends in fiscal regulations and other topics pertinent to the position in order to promote innovation and creativity within the organization.

L.         Prepares for and participates in regularly scheduled Directors Team and Board meetings and presents financial reports.

M.       Monitors cash flow and makes recommendations to Administration regarding the need for adequate cash to meet operating expenses on a timely basis.

N.        Assures that payroll is prepared on a bi-weekly basis.

O.        Develops budgets with Directors and submits appropriate timely proposals to Administration, the Finance Committee and the Board for approval.

P.         Assures compliance with HCSIS and PROMISe enrollments.

Q.        Other duties as assigned by the CEO.

VII.      WORK SCHEDULE:  This is a full-time, salaried position.

VIII.     EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: The Chief Financial Officer should have a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in Accounting and relevant accounting experience in a business or non-profit setting.

IX.       PERSONAL FACTORS: The Chief Financial Officer must be creative and flexible in managing finances in a changing environment. The Chief Financial Officer must have a personal commitment to the values of Friendship Community and actively promote the integration of those values into the operations of the organization.

X.        SKILLS:

1.         Strong verbal and written communication skills.

2.         Ability to analyze and interpret complex financial statements and regulations.

3.         Knowledge of accounting principles and ability to apply them in an efficient, cost-effective manner.

4.         Ability to understand and apply mathematical concepts to financial reports and make clear recommendations to Administration and/or the Board.

5.         Ability to respond to Team Members questions or concerns in a respectful and efficient manner.

6.         Must be able to work as part of a Team and be accessible to Team Members and Administration.

To apply and find out more about our Mission and this job opening, please go to: https://friendshipcommunity.easyapply.co/ 


Director of Spiritual Care – Mennonite Village

Mennonite Village is a not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Community in Oregon’s beautiful Mid-Willamette Valley. We are currently seeking a Full Time Director of Spiritual Care to provide spiritual leadership and chaplaincy services to Our community, ensuring that the department provides holistic care, in cooperation with the interdisciplinary team. The Director is responsible for managing the Spiritual Care Department. They will oversee and ensure the provision of Spiritual Care to residents, their family and loved ones, and staff members. These services shall embody grace, love, and hope to all. The role oversees and ensures provision of worship, ritual, education, and training as necessary. The Director will communicate and serve as a liaison between Mennonite Village, the Pacific Northwest Mennonite Conference, and the local clergy. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  1. Actively participates in the delivery of Spiritual Care to residents, families, and staff members.  Ensures that all requests for Spiritual care are responded to in a timely manner and charted appropriately. Supports an interdisciplinary team approach to Spiritual Care.
  2. Provides vision, leadership, planning, project coordination and management for the development of a cost-effective department while facilitating operations to meet current and future needs within the organization.
  3. Manages all employees of the department and is responsible for the performance management and hiring of employees within the department.
  4. Builds and maintains a strong functional team through effective recruiting, training, formation, team building and succession planning.
  5. Ensures that appropriate worship opportunities are provided throughout the organization and that ritual and sacramental needs of residents and families are met. Provides proper ritual items and religious literature, as necessary.
  6. Continually involved in skill improvement by participating in educational opportunities, reading professional publications, maintaining personal networks, and participating in professional organizations.
  7. Provides orientation to Spiritual Care at Mennonite Village to residents and to other departments as appropriate.
  8. Analyzes and directs all functions and related activities within the scope of the Spiritual Care department. Recommends new approaches, policies, and procedures to effect continual improvement in efficiency of the department and services performed.
  9. Fosters and maintains positive relationships.  Serves as an interface between residents and families and interdisciplinary team members, to ensure effective definition and delivery of Spiritual Care services. Provides over all prioritization of work assignments.
  10. Promotes proactive approaches to resolve problems, while also enhancing the understanding and acceptance of Mennonite Village’s mission and values.
  11. Must meet all pre-employment requirements including criminal background investigation as required by the Department of Human Services for Senior Living organizations, and reference inquiries.
  12. Is aware of and abides by Mennonite Village’s, as well as the individual departments, policies, and procedures, including but not limited to regular attendance and punctuality, as well as physical presence.
  13. Understands, complies with, and promotes all rules regarding resident rights. Promotes positive relationships with residents, visitors, and regulators, to include presenting a professional appearance and attitude.
  14. Able to relate positively and favorably to staff, residents, and families, and to work as a team with other employees at all levels. Documented ability to function and excel in a team environment.
  15. Supports and follows all safety and infection control practices.
  16. Strictly adheres to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) privacy requirement.
  17. Regular attendance is an essential function of the job.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master’s Degree in divinity, theology, pastoral ministry or equivalent.
  • Current, active Ordination credentials with the Mennonite Church
  • Board Certification by the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC) or another established chaplaincy credentialing agency (Preferred).
  • CPE (Clinical Pastoral Education), minimum 2 units (Preferred).
  • 3 years of work progressively responsible experience providing pastoral/spiritual care, which includes holding a leadership position with operational administrative leaders in a health care setting.  (Preferred).
  • 1 years of supervisory experience directing a variety of individuals.  (Preferred).
  • Evidence of current understanding of Mennonite theology and ethics.

Some of our many benefits:

  • Generous Paid Time Off
  • Health Benefits for FT employees and supplemental benefits (STD, LTD, Life Ins, EAP)
  • Ask about our Educational scholarships
  • Employer retirement contributions and 403(b) plans

To apply and find out more about this job opening, please go to: https://mennonitevillage.org/careers/ 


Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer – Echoing Hills

Echoing Hills Village, Inc. (EHVI) is seeking an experienced and dynamic Executive Vice President (EVP)/Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to be responsible for directing the fiscal management, information technology (IT), and asset management of the organization. Echoing Hills, located in Warsaw, OH, is a faith-based, non-profit ministry with nearly 500 employees.

EHVI was founded in 1967 by Rev. Cordell Brown to provide a summer camp experience for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Today, it provides premier recreational, residential, educational, and adult services throughout the state of Ohio. All of these programs align with the core values: the right to choose, the dignity of each person, personal fulfillment in God’s plan, and a relationship with Jesus Christ. EHVI is committed to revolutionizing lives where people live, learn, connect, play, and worship.

Reporting directly to the President/CEO and a vital member of the Executive Leadership Team, the EVP/CFO is responsible for developing strategies and systems that allow the organization to meet its financial goals and objectives and maintain fiscal compliance. The EVP/CFO provides leadership and oversight of the corporate finance, accounting and information technology staff.

The ideal candidate will have a knowledge and understanding of Christian principals, ethics and morals and a faith in Jesus Christ, prior leadership and/or managerial experience in corporate finance, have excellent communication and decision-making skills and possess strong analytical skills.

Core Competencies:

  • Leadership – Gives advice and counsel as well as provide a voice of reason, leads group-wide transformation programs and is able to translate detailed information into clear, concise, and accessible messaging.
  • Operations – Possesses a strong understanding of the Ministry’s business model and industry, provides an independent perspective and ensures that business decisions are grounded in solid financial criteria, provides analytics and predictive scenarios that drive action and decision-making and identifies opportunities for top-line growth.
  • Fiscal Analysis – Demonstrates the ability to critically analyze fiscal operations using advanced Excel skills, allowing for accurate projections of future operational results.
  • Controls – Ensures adequate assessment and mitigation of risk, compliance with applicable regulatory and legal requirements, understands risk through both a commercial and financial lens, and maintains a strong internal controls environment and financial reporting processes.
  • Strategy and Strategic Planning – Demonstrates the ability to plan for future operational programs that coordinate with the Ministry’s long-term strategies, supports strategy development, execution, and funding, and is able to build predictive modeling while analyzing macroeconomic trends and incorporating non-financial information.
  • Stewardship – Ensures appropriate management of the financial resources God has assigned to the Ministry and demonstrates the ability to make sound decisions while committed to the company mission and values.

Additional Skills and Characteristics:

  • Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles, applicable Medicaid, Department of Labor and IRS regulations, general management principles and HIPAA.
  • Working knowledge of managerial, financial accounting, and not-for-profit accrual accounting.
  • Experience in consolidation of related corporations’ financial statements.
  • Able to effectively manage cash, develop internal controls and perform routine analysis
  • Working knowledge of investment management and long and short-term financing.
  • Knowledge of and experience in utilizing management information systems.
  • Must have excellent interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively.

Education/Professional Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in accounting, business administration with an accounting emphasis, finance, economics or a course of study directly related to nonprofit corporate finance/accounting from an accredited institution is required. Master’s Degree preferred.
  • Leadership/management level experience in Corporate Finance preferred.
  • CPA preferred.
  • Experience in the field of accounting is required. Prior accounting experience in the nonprofit sector and/or health care strongly preferred.
  • Director level experience in the field of Department of Developmental Disabilities finance administration strongly preferred.

Interested persons are invited to send letters of interest and resumes to MHS Consulting (mhssearches@mhsonline.org) who is conducting this search. All inquiries will be held in confidence.

Thank you in advance for your interest and consideration of this outstanding opportunity with Echoing Hills.

Contact Information:
MHS Consulting
mhssearches@mhsonline.org


Regional Director of Programs and Services – Echoing Hills

Echoing Hills Village, Inc (Echoing Hills) is seeking an experienced and dynamic Regional Director of Programs and Services based in Dayton, OH, to be responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating, supervising and managing all aspects of the residential and adult day/vocational programs and services for their Southwest region.  The Regional Director leads the development and implementation of new programs and services to meet the needs of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Ohio.  With a dedicated staff of 140 employees, the Southwest region is comprised of 2 residential ICF/IID homes (64 residents), 1 waiver residential home (4 residents), the echoingU Transitions/Educational program (serving 50 individuals both remotely and on-site) and the Echoing Connections (serving individuals from the ICFs).   
 
Echoing Hills is a faith-based, non-profit ministry with nearly 500 employees providing premier residential, vocational, educational, and camp services to persons with disabilities throughout the state of Ohio and internationally.  For more than 50 years, Echoing Hills has supported thousands of families, friends and neighbors through their outreach to people with disabilities.  All of these programs support the mission of Echoing Hills which is Revolutionizing lives where people live, learn, connect, play and worship and are in alignment with their core values: the right to choose, the dignity of each person, personal fulfillment in God’s plan, and a relationship with Jesus Christ.
 
Reporting directly to the Chief Program Officer, the Regional Director of Programs and Services serves a vital role in fulfilling the mission and purpose of Echoing Hills by ensuring that programs and services provided promote the purpose of:

  • Creating opportunities for individuals with disabilities to know and experience Jesus Christ,
  • Engaging in and contributing to the innovation and life-enhancing experiences of the individuals served, and
  • Serving all individuals, employees and customers in a dignified, respectful way that demonstrates the teachings of Jesus Christ. 

The ideal candidate will have a knowledge and understanding of Christian principals, ethics and morals, and a faith in Jesus Christ.  Prior ICF experience is required. The chosen candidate will have strong communication and decision-making skills, and be able to promote the mission and purpose of the organization in all interactions.

Additional Skills and Characteristics:

  • Comprehensive knowledge of federal, state, and local regulations with Medicaid Rules and Regulations of Medicaid related agencies (ODJFS, ODM, DODD, ODH, OSHA, EPA and HIPAA) regarding programs and services for individuals with an intellectual / developmental disability.
  • General knowledge in Standard Precautions, Infection Control, Environmental Safety, Building Evacuation Procedures and Weather Emergencies in order to direct personnel appropriately.
  • Strong skills in organizational culture, change management, project management, process improvement, program management, achieving quality outcomes, and efficiency.
  • Ability to work with a wide variety of individuals including Corporate and Regional Leadership Staff, team members, clients, families, and the general public including regulators and community representatives.
  • Ability to deal tactfully and courteously with regulators, co-workers at all levels, local and state representatives, individuals with disabilities, family members, and the general community.
  • Ability to work as a collaborative leader, reaching out to other regions for coordination and consistency.
  • Excellent relationship building skills in order to maintain harmonious relationships with staff.
  • Ability to develop, monitor, and manage budgets.
  • Must have excellent interpersonal, listening, verbal and public presentation communication skills.

Education/Professional Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Services, Rehabilitation or Business field required or Ohio Licensure as a Registered Nurse; Master’s Degree preferred.
  • A minimum of five (5) years prior I/DD experience or experience in a related field, with at least two (2) of those years leading and executing organizational, programmatic strategies and staff operations.  
  • A minimum of two (2) years prior experience working in an Intermediate Care Facility (ICF) with demonstrated knowledge of associated rules and regulations that govern the operation of such facilities.
  • Extensive behavioral support experience preferred.
  • Comprehensive experience in working within developmental/intellectual disability community, with thorough knowledge of applicable regulations and contemporary knowledge of new developments or changes in field of developmental disabilities and autism. 
  • Proven competence in managing programs and in identifying, developing and building community partnerships.
  • Managerial experience, demonstrating collaborative supervisory style and affinity for managing within a culturally and politically diverse environment/community.

Interested persons are invited to send cover letters and resumes to MHS Consulting at mhssearches@mhsonline.org.  All inquiries will be held in confidence.

Thank you in advance for your interest and consideration of this outstanding opportunity with Echoing Hills.


Director of Hospital Therapeutic Services – Brook Lane

The Director of Hospital Therapeutic Services provides clinical and administrative oversight and management related to the Partial Hospital Programs (PHPs), as well as services that support both PHP and Inpatient hospital services, After Care, and Therapy (LSWs, Behavioral, Art, OT, Music, and Activities).  Responsibilities include the operational oversight of a Clinical Supervisor, clinical staff, non-clinical staff, as well as management of departmental productivity, cost effectiveness, and quality assurance/outcomes in assigned departments/programs/processes.  The Director ensures effective daily communications with Clinical Supervisor and maintains daily engagement with all assigned programs, departments, and related employees to ensure effective daily operations.  Will work in tandem with the Director of Outpatient Services and the Director of Support Services to establish a seamless continuum of care.  Scope of supervision may cross over into outpatient services or other areas as deemed necessary by the Senior Leadership Team.

The Director of Hospital Therapeutic Services will serve as a member of the Leadership and serve on other clinical or administrative committees as requested.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assures social work counseling compliance with standards of outside accrediting agencies and regulatory groups such as JCAHO, DHMH, Medicare and Medicaid.    
  • Develops policy and procedure for all areas of supervision. 
  • Develops and implements new services within the departments and programs assigned. Assists with identifying and implementing cost, including initiatives in staffing, treatment programs and components, procedures, equipment and documentation to include designation of outcome indicators and established tracking mechanisms within the departments and programs assigned.
  • Provides clinical and administrative supervision of licensed therapists as eligible based on supervision endorsement.
  • Develops and maintains a customer service friendly environment focused on patient centered care.
  • Develops and maintains community contacts.          
  • Monitors individual, group, and family therapy hours (including documentation) of Inpatient clinical staff to ensure achievement of patient care and financial objectives.
  • Regularly attends clinical or administrative committees as designated by the CNO/Director of Inpatient Services.
  • Collaborates with Clinical Supervisor to ensure safe and effective staffing for hospital and PHP programs.       
  • Plans and manages budgets for assigned departments .
  • Functions as Administrator on Call (AOC) as part of the leadership team.

Qualifications:

  • Graduate of a state accredited school of social work, counseling, or psychology.
  • Master’s degree in social work, counseling, or psychology required.  MBA highly desired.
  • Current Maryland license as a clinical social worker, clinical professional counselor, or                                                             
  • psychologist. 
  • Three to five years’ experience in a supervisory capacity in an inpatient health care setting.
  • Three years’ experience as a licensed clinical social worker, professional counselor, or psychologist capacity in an inpatient facility.
  • Qualified to clinically supervise staff with restricted licenses and certifications.
  • Proficient clinician with excellent management skills.
  • Five years in an inpatient psychiatric setting to include two years in a supervisory role.
  • Familiarity with Joint Commission regulations and maintains responsibility for Joint Commission compliance with all areas of responsibility.

For more information about Brook Lane and to apply, go to https://www.brooklane.org/career-opportunities


Executive Director & Controller – Menno Haven

Menno Haven is the largest and well-respected retirement community in the area. As a non-profit, faith based organization, our legacy has stood the test of time and we have continued to truly be a HAVEN for retirees.

We at Menno Haven believe in encouraging and empowering our team members to be their best. We believe in caring for our residents with compassion and excellence. We believe in a work/life balance for our team members; supporting flexibility and choice.

Menno Haven is seeking an Executive Director & Controller to join our family! The Executive Director & Controller this position will be responsible for managing the assets and funds of Menno Haven, Inc. and to ensure sound business operations and fiscal compliance with State and Federal regulations.

Qualifications/Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting or similar required
  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA) required
  • Minimum five years finance experience assuming managerial responsibilities required
  • Knowledge of GAAP and the ability to implement and manage the chart of accounts for financial reports and auditing purposes
  • Knowledge of Not for Profit accounting preferred.
  • Experience working in a Continuing Care Retirement Community setting preferred
  • Ability to strategically plan, prioritize, organize, implement and delegate; high degree of accuracy and integrity 
  • Ability to communicate effectively with persons of all ages, including residents and their families
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite, with advanced knowledge of Excel preferred.

Benefits:

  • Excellent Health, Dental and Vision plans
  • Group Life Insurance – 100% company paid
  • Generous PTO
  • 403(b) Retirement Plan
  • Referral Bonus Program

Shift:

  • Full-time, exempt

We look forward to you joining the Menno Haven family!

mennohaven.org

“We will be an innovative organization that nurtures the human spirit, is passionate about service, and demonstrates God’s love, one person at a time.”


Part-Time Volunteer – Global Anabaptist Health Network (GAHN)

Global Anabaptist Health Network (GAHN), a Mennonite World Conference affiliated health network, is seeking a part-time volunteer to coordinate its global program. GAHN’S mission is to be a global community of Anabaptist health organizations and professionals that strengthens the witness of the Anabaptist community of faith, providing mutual encouragement, sharing through peer learning, and creating organizational and professional partnerships. Recognizing the great potential for learning from sharing of similar experiences and priorities, whether institutional or individual, we will encourage institutions and individuals to identify and describe aspects of their professional lives that they wish to share with others. Send resume to ronyoder@comcast.net.